Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Cammeray (lower North Shore)

On Sunday night I finished my weekend mini-tour of Sydney with a casual dinner in Cammeray with my Godmother and her family for Mother's Day.

Cammeray is a great little suburb - some parts of it face onto Middle Harbour (so have stunning views), it is just off the main highway across the bridge, has excellent bus connections to the city and a sweet short 'High Street'. Cammeray is low-key, casual lower North Shore suburb, with a little bit of cool glam. It reminds me of a little bit of suburbia just off the highway. It is way more laid back than somewhere like Kirribilli, but it does have a bit of a similar vibe. Not necessarily 'buzzing' but a nice place to visit casually when you want to relax.

There are a number of cafes and restaurants, a couple of gift shops, some beauticians, grocer, deli, 'hot bake' and newsagent, along with the Stockland centre with a Harris Farm, bookshop and a number of casual dining restaurants. We went to Wild Sage (which I've been to before) - generous, delicious meal, and singing waiters. Recommended - better than your average suburban cool restaurant.

Thanks K, J & L for a lovely evening!

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