The suburb is within the local government area of North Sydney Council and sits on the peninsula where Lavender and Berrys Bays border it.
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The suburb is named after Michael McMahon, a prominent businessman in the suburb’s heyday. Michael is also credited to have constructed the McMahon family residence on the headland. It is important to note that initially, that is before European settlers arrived, the Cammeraygal community occupied the land.
This urban village is a gem waiting to be explored, with one of its amazing aspects is the fact that it has a very vibrant food scene. Tucked away among the green spaces, McMahons Point does not disappoint if its lively restaurants are anything to go by. With everything, you can think of – from classic fires and pizza to fine dining.
Take on one of Spain’s most famous exports, the amazing tapas at Delicado or indulge in traditional Thai foods at Thai House. Blu Ginger is open for you to enjoy contemporary Indian cuisine, or you could treat the kids to fresh homemade pizzas at the iconic Blues Point Gourmet Pizza. Piato’s is also worth checking out for anyone who appreciates a great European menu.
Away from the food, McMahons Point also has excellent natural spots. Explore the Blues Point Reserve that is best known for its incredible Harbour viewpoints. A kids playgrounds is available on site too. Alternatively, visit Sawmillers Reserve where you will marvel at a real-life shipwreck – with its rusty metal being a testament of the years gone by.
For its spectacular sights, marvellous views and great food, McMahons Point is a fabulous place to kick back and unwind.
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