On Saturday we did something I think there should be far more of – we went on a long walk with nowhere particular in mind. Across the Harbour Bridge, round and about Blues Point eventually arriving totally by accident at the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability.
I can’t believe I grew up on the north side and had no idea this place existed. It is totally rad. Amazing views in a hodge podge of old buildings and with the tunnel of the coal loader open to wander through.
Until the end of this weekend it will be showing the North Sydney Art Prize. You should go, lots of fun art outside and inside in a lovely setting. We also scored free wine but that might not permanently be on offer – there is however a cute cafe.
Walking through the spooky coal loader tunnel was the highlight.
But the art was pretty great too, love these little worms.
These brass seedlings in pomegranate pots were quite sweet too.
And what’s not to love about this!?
If you have spare time this weekend I would definitely recommend this. If you don’t then add it to the diary for next year?