Its main road Queen Street and adjacent Moncur Street are lined with exclusive boutiques and gourmet food stores, Jones the Grocer being one of the best loved. Next door to the landmark Woollahra Hotel you?ll find chef Damien Pignolet?s famed Bistro Moncur, while the Lord Dudley Hotel in Jersey Road is reminiscent of a quintessential English pub.
To the south you?ll find the vast expanse of Centennial Park, a 189 hectare park in the Victorian tradition featuring formal gardens, ponds, stables and sporting fields. This recreational playground features a great restaurant and hosts concerts as well as the Moonlight Cinema over summer.
Like neighbouring Paddington, many of Woollahra?s leafy streets are lined with classic Victorian terraces, beautifully preserved and updated. It?s also home to quaint ?gingerbread? workers? cottages and many grand Victorian and Edwardian residences, many of which are registered on the National Trust. The busy artery of Ocean Street is known as Sydney?s consular belt, with a number of its impressive mansions used by foreign diplomats.
Exclusive schools such as The Scots College, Cranbrook, Ascham, Kincoppal, S.C.E.G.G.S, Reddam House and Waverley College are within a brief drive.
Woollahra is well serviced by bus transport from the City and Bondi Junction along Oxford Street and Edgecliff Road.
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