The Fenwick

Balmain East, Sydney

Event Description

Located on the harbour foreshore in Balmain East, The Fenwick offers a quintessential Sydney dining experience in a historical setting. Built in the 1880’s, The Fenwick is located in a historic stone building in Balmain East, with sweeping views from Barangaroo to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. The building was formerly known as the J. Fenwick & Co Boat Store and was originally built for use as a tugboat store. The Fenwick focuses on welcoming and affordable dining in a beautiful location.

EVENT LOCATION

The Fenwick

2-8 Weston Street

Balmain East, Sydney

WHEN

Saturday, 27 July 24

AGE

60+ year olds

COST

$39 booking fee

NEED TO CANCEL AFTER REGISTERING?

Get in touch ASAP. Late cancellations and non-attendance will still incur a booking fee payment of $39.

EVENT LOCATION

The Fenwick

2-8 Weston Street

Balmain East, Sydney


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