Suburb profiles

CREMORNE

Beautiful Cremorne has ample opportunity for exercise you can stroll along the Cremorne foreshore or do one of the many beautiful street walks, take the dog to the park, (Grasmere Park) the children to the bike track or Primrose Park. Maybe take a swim in MacCallum Pool at Cremorne Point, a harbourside pool with an incredible view of the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge. Bath or enjoy the sun deck with the opportunity to relax or picnic in the sun.

Cremorne named after the Cremorne Gardens in London, has access via ferry, bus and car. North Cremorne boast deep-water front properties with features such as boat ramps and jetties. The views are across to Willoughby Bay, Long Bay and Quakers Hat Bay. You can also walk along part of the foreshore here too. With parts of Cremorne having only one set of traffic lights to the city it is a great place to live for city commuters Cremorne has many fine restaurants of various cuisines and styles. Then again for the fit at heart there are numerous gyms and personal trainers.

There are many fine homes from significant period in time in Cremorne but perhaps one of the finest examples of 1930’s Art Deco Picture Palace architecture is the Hayden Orpheum Theatre. In 1986 Mike Walsh purchased the Orpheum and with the help of Theatre Historian and designer, John Love, lovingly restored.