Newington Armory Wharf

Newington armory wharf is on the Parramatta River and reachable by road or ferry. I took the ferry from Circular Quay and went ashore at the Sydney Olympic Park wharf. From here it is a pleasant walk along the riverside to the Newington wildlife reserve and the wharf. There is a nearby upmarket cafe that makes an excellent place to refuel before continuing the walk up river to Rydalmere.

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Uploaded: 26/02/2013
Updated: 12/03/2013


Tags: newington; armory; wharf; parramatta; sydney; river
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