Without doubt the grandest cinema in Sydney, Cremorne’s Art Deco picture palace is a stunning step back in time. Built in 1935 by George Kenworthy, the top theatrical architect of the period, today’s version is even glitzier than the original thanks to a $2.5-million restoration some years back by owner and local TV celeb Mike Walsh.
This grand old historic Mosman mansion opens its doors to those looking for a spot of high tea, and they do it suitably well. There’s your classic High Tea, a Little Ladies tea for seven-to-12 year olds, Champagne or Cocktail Tea options.
Whether you want to improve your fitness, learn self-defence or gain more confidence, the My BJJ Team can teach you all there is to know about Brazilian jiu-jitsu.
Dance Souk is a friendly adult dance studio that teaches classes in Latin, ballroom and tap. Too shy for group classes? Book a one-on-one lesson.
H’Art Matters is the gallery of contemporary artist Nafisa, who has been represented in most Australian art prizes and won the Archibald Packing Room Prize in 2010 for her portrait of Glenn A Baker. All proceeds from her work go into wildlife conservation work with the Animal Works wildlife charity.
Forget that you’re above busy Spit Junction with a treatment at Spa Mosman. The salon provides massage, waxing, threading, facials, skin treatments, tanning, eyelash extensions and cosmetic tattoo.
The work of the late May Gibbs has given Australian children wondrous fantasies for years with Snugglepot and Cuddlepie. Nutcote is where she wrote her books and long-running cartoon strip Bib and Bub.