2090 Cremorne, sitting on the Lower North Shore, nestled between Mosman and Neutral Bay, the suburb has views of the Sydney skyline and harbour at one side and one of Sydney busiest thoroughfares (Military Road) on the other. It is a suburb of vast contrasts, transport links by ferry or bus will have you in the city centre in minutes and yet the urban fringe and bushland are abounding with birds, bush turkeys and possums all happily coexisting with many humans. What defines Cremorne? Sunset sailing in summer and fabulous vantage points for harbour events. Many multi- cultural restaurants, coffee shops, good schools, streets with palm trees planted in 1935, laneways which once were ‘dunny runs’, a very hot property market. There’s the cruise ship season and always something to watch on the harbour, especially the New Years Night fireworks when crowds become unbearable. The charming Cremorne Orpheum cinema with its art deco décor has been a feature on Military Road since 1935. There’s the Maccallum heritage harbour pool and so much more. My favourite has to be the Cremorne Point walk where locals and tourists walk daily, often accompanied by dogs and roaming bush turkeys. It meanders near the Cremorne Point lighthouse and a beautiful Moreton Bay grove. A beautiful place to live !
Pictures and words by Tatiana Podmore, her pictures can be found on Instagram here @tpodd