12 cafes to visit by ferry this weekend

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No visit to Sydney would be complete without a quintessential ferry ride. In fact, over 14 million ferry trips are taken across the beautiful Sydney Harbour every year. But don’t dismiss the wharf when thinking about a brunch location this weekend.

Get ready to tuck into our list of 12 Sydney Ferry wharf cafes.


1. Euforia – Balmain East Wharf

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A short stroll up from Balmain East Wharf, Euforia’s rustic facade is set against views of the Harbour Bridge. A popular dish is the brioche French toast topped with ricotta, fresh blueberries, honey and walnuts.


2. Devon Cafe Barangaroo – Barangaroo Wharf

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Devon is a newcomer to the streets of Barangaroo after the original Devon Cafe in Surry Hills won the SMH Good Cafe Guide ‘Best Food Cafe’ in 2014.


3. Sanders Kiosk – Cabarita Wharf

Located in the picturesque Cabarita Park on d’Albora Marina, Sanders Kiosk is just a short hop, skip and jump away from the wharf. Classics are on the menu here, with a side of charming views.


4. Blackwall Cafe – Chiswick Wharf

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Blackwall Cafe is a short stroll from Chiswick Wharf. The menu is fresh and exciting with a modern twist.


5. Societe Overboard – Cockatoo Island Wharf

Accessible only by ferry, Societe Overboard definitely meets the brief. Their tasty menu includes halloumi burritos, euro bruschetta, brekky rolls and of course the Aussie favourite ‘smashed avo’.


6. Indigo – Double Bay Wharf

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Indigo has a European vibe and year-round alfresco dining, a short walk from Double Bay Wharf. The tables on the pedestrian island are the most sought after when the sun’s out.


7. Celsius and Co – Kirribilli Wharf

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Celsius and Co is located directly on Kirribilli Wharf and is open 7 days for breakfast and lunch. Most of the items on the menu are less than $20.


8. Ripples Milsons Point – Milsons Point Wharf

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In a seat at Ripples Milsons Point, you’ve got Luna Park to your right, the Sydney Harbour Bridge to your left and glistening harbour views all around.


9. Thelma & Louise – Neutral Bay Wharf

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Located at the entrance to the wharf, Thelma & Louise prides itself on using organic locally grown produce.


10. Ministry of Coffee – Rose Bay Wharf

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Ministry of Coffee mixes Turkish tradition with sparkling Sydney Harbour views.


11. Tea Gardens Cafe – Watsons Bay Wharf

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The spectacular harbour views will delight the adults while the bobbing yachts and busy ferries will keep the children amused.


12. The Deckhouse – Woolwich Wharf

The Deckhouse is situated right on the water at Woolwich with stunning city views. The menu is bistro-style with an emphasis on seasonal produce.


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