The Wharf

An unmissable waterfront opportunity


Lee Wharf A, now known as The Wharf, is a heritage building located in the centre of the Honeysuckle precinct.

It was built in 1910 in the Federation style and was used for wool storage, as a cargo port, and place of immigration after World War 2. The building is listed as a local heritage item and is much loved by the community.

Restoration works

HCCDC recently undertook restoration and structural repairs to the building. We also undertook stabilisation works and made repairs to the seawalls prior to working to reinstate the harbourside deck.

HCCDC is looking for a new tenant for the building.

The Wharf presents an opportunity for a tenant that acts as a drawcard to the precinct and complements the other businesses already in Honeysuckle. It offers a unique opportunity being one of two identified heritage buildings with a large, north facing harbourside deck. The other is the Honeysuckle Hotel.

HCCDC would like to see a tenant that makes the most of the unique building to attract both locals and visitors to this key harbourside location. This could mean a new food or tourist destination.

The restoration and leasing of The Wharf is part of government’s commitment to the urban renewal of Honeysuckle, one of NSW’s most successful urban renewal projects.

Calls for Proposals have now closed and are being evaluated.

For more information:

The Wharf - Artist's Impression of Proposed Future Use


The Wharf - Artist's Impression of Proposed Future Use