Cremorne Reserve is one of Council’s most significant and best-loved parks. Fringing the Cremorne Point peninsula on the northern harbour foreshore between Mosman Bay and Shell Cove, this narrow, linear Reserve is approximately three kilometres long.

The foreshore location and linear character, together with the lighthouse at the tip of Robertsons Point, make Cremorne Reserve an important harbour landmark. From Robertsons Point, the view stretches from North Head and Bradleys Head in the northeast, all the way around the eastern suburbs, to the city and Harbour Bridge in the west.

Cremorne Reserve is a significant public open space for locals and the wider Sydney community. Recreational facilities include a playground with fitness equipment and Maccallum Pool, a public harbour swimming pool operated by Council. Other features include an interpretive signage trail that follows the main foreshore pathway and areas of urban bushland and English-style garden areas that are popular with walkers and picnickers. The foreshore pathway connects the North Sydney and Mosman Council areas.

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