Access Sydney

As I traverse around Sydney I blog tips and recommendations so that others don’t need to fret when they want a cafe or a restaurant. Access Sydney with ease!

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Access Sydney – Crow’s Nest

  • Cafes and restaurants in Crows Nest are a-plenty with many having tables on the street so accessible to all.Here are some suggestions:

Access Sydney – Darling Harbour

  • Darling harbour, Cockle Bay Wharf

Nick’s Seafood Restaurant – 1300 989 989 –

Wheelchair access to Nick’s Seafood Restaurant and others is easy as a ramp.

 Access Sydney Darling Harbour

Access Sydney – Kirribilli

  • Kirribilli – outside seating makes most cafes accessible. The Kirribilli RSL is a great venue, I’ve been told the fish and chips are delicious!

 Access Sydney Kirribilli

Access Sydney – Mosman

  • Wheelchair Accessible Cafes and Restaurants in Mosman.
    • Burnt Orange – Book a table for afternoon tea – Click here for details 
    • Frenchy’s Cafe – Views out towards the headlands of Sydney Harbour, great for coffee or lunch – Click here for details
    • Bathers Pavilion – Spectacular venue at Balmoral beach – Click here for details
    • The Boat House  – Delightful cafe on the water – Click here for details
    • We are spoilt for choice in Mosman and love the variety,  why not get a take away and sit on the esplanade overlooking Balmoral Beach.

    Many of Mosmans cafes open on to the pavement and have tables accessible on the street. Here are a couple of suggested venues:

    Access Sydney MosmanAccess Sydney Mosman

     Access Sydney Balmoral

Access Sydney – Northern Beaches

Going to the Northern Beaches, Curl Curl or Dee Why, is a little holiday moment in the day. The sea, for me, is always therapeutic whether the surface is still and soporific in its motion or turbulent and frothy with anger.  The attraction of the Northern Beaches is their promenades, views,restaurants and cafes. So many of the eateries have tables and chairs spread enticingly on the pavements, wheelchair access is easy.

  • Sandbar, Dee Why  – We went for calamari  – See here
  • Chill Bar, Dee Why  – I had the raspberry gelato  – See here

Access Sydney Northern Beaches

Access Sydney Northern Beaches

Access North Sydney

  • North Sydney  – picture below taken looking into the city from Blue Street.

Access Sydney

  • Cafes are accessible but can be busy especially at lunch time.
  • Breakfast pictured at Sotto on West Street – See here 

Access Sydney Sotto

  • Eighty Ate on West Street – See here

Access Sydney – The Rocks

  • The Museum of Contemporary Art has an excellent fourth floor wheelchair accessible cafe. The view over Circular Quay is fun as the busy ferries bustle in and out of the wharf. A fabulous vantage point from which to enjoy tea, coffee or a leisurely lunch.
  • Many of the Circular Quay restaurants are wheelchair accessible because tables are located on the pavement, views of Sydney Bridge and The Opera House make the Quay area a premium place to visit. 
  • More Information coming soon………

Access Sydney MCA

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