Tucked underneath the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, Kirribilli and Milsons Point look back across the harbour toward the city capturing some of the most spectacular views in the country. The base of the bridge separates these two neighbouring suburbs, Kirribilli to the east and Milsons Point to the west. One of the few postcodes in Sydney to boast train, ferry and bus transport options, Kirribilli and Milsons Point are intrinsically tied to the CBD. An aspirational locale known world-wide, the Kirriiblli and Milsons Point resident varies from successful corporate executives, young professionals, established families and cashed up downsizers. Government residences such as Kirribilli House and Admiralty House attract additional security upon Kirribilli Avenue and its surrounding streets for our national dignitaries.
The historic streets of Kirribilli and Milsons Point are lined with Victorian terraces, majestic turn of the century manors, Art Deco apartments, luxury developments and towering skyscrapers. The best views of Sydney come at a price tag with the median house price steady at around $3million dollars.
Drive, bike, walk, train or boat – the option is yours for your daily city commute. One of the few postcodes in Sydney to boast train, ferry and bus transport options, Kirribilli and Milsons Point are intrinsically tied to the CBD. Milsons Point train station is just one stop from Wynyard, ferries regularly depart for Circular Quay from both Jeffrey Street and Kirribilli Wharfs.
St Aloysius College and Loreto are both located in Kirribilli. Several other private schools are located in neighbouring North Sydney such as Shore Sydney Church of England Grammar North Sydney, Monte Sant’ Angelo College North Sydney, Wenona North Sydney and Marist College North Sydney. Additional schools nearby include Queenwood School for Girls Mosman, SCECGS Redlands Cremorne Campus and St Ignatius Lane Cove (Riverview) along with convenient train access to Upper North Shore schools.
The iconic amusement park on the harbour foreshore has over 20 thrill seeking rides for kids of all ages and interests.
Kirribilli’s Ensemble Theatre is committed to performing and presenting the best of international plays, well-loved classics and new Australian works. Each season they deliver powerful, memorable and engaging live theatre of the highest standard. Founded in 1958, Ensemble Theatre is the longest continuously running professional theatre in Australia.
78 McDougall Street, Kirribilli 02 9929 8877 https://www.ensemble.com.au/
A popular green space ideal to picnic and throw a ball around, all with the Harbour Bridge looming overhead.
Broughton and Alfred Streets, Kirribilli
OLYMPIC POOL NORTH SYDNEY
With amazing views of Sydney Harbour, the North Sydney Olympic Pool facilities include a 50-metre heated pool, gymnasium, sauna, spa, indoor 25-metre pool and cafe. The pool complex gives customers the opportunity to combine swimming with other leisure pursuits in the one spectacular location overlooking Sydney Harbour, next door to Luna Park and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
2 Alfred Street, Milsons Point 02 9955 2309 www.northsydney.nsw.gov.au/Recreation_Facilities/Pool_Lane_9_G
Kirribilli is home to one of the oldest and most popular markets in Sydney. The Kirribilli Markets is made up of over 120 stalls in and around the Kirribilli Bowling Green selling art, fashion and homewares. A number a speciality retailers also trade from Kirribilli in addition to financial institutions and professional services.Centrally located to major shopping centres, Kirribilli and Milsons Point are within easy reach of Greenwood Plaza North Sydney, Westfield Chatswood, Chatswood Chase and the city centre.
A melting pot of international flavours, Kirribilli and Milsons Point have all corners of the world covered within its varied selection of restaurants. The glittering city lights and their reflection on the water provide the perfect backdrop for wining and dining, whether it be front row seats at The Deck or Aqua Restaurant. In the warmer months, Bradfield Park and Lavender Bay parklands offer a more intimate setting. With an English pub-like atmosphere, the Kirribilli Hotel is the spot for a quick drink after work.
Central to quality health care, Kirribilli and Milsons Point are convenient to larger hospitals such as Royal North Shore, North Shore Private and The Mater in nearby St Leonards and neighbouring Crows Nest.
Recreation in Kirribilli and Milsons Point is centred around the harbour foreshore. The Royal Sydney Yacht Club and Sydney Flying Squadron are both located within Kirribilli and both have a long history with the Sydney sailing community. Established in 1862, The Royal