Millers Point is a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia approximately 1.8 kilometers North-West of the Sydney central business district, located 12.8 km North-East of Sydney International Airport.
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Book Maxi/Taxi Services Millers Point to Sydney Airport Taxi. Maxi/Taxi near Millers Point. Millers Point is a historic harbourside enclave with 19th-century terraced houses and laid-back pubs from the 1840s on its steep streets. Locals and office workers take in Harbour Bridge view from Observatory Hill Park and the waterfront Barangaroo Reserve, a popular picnic spot. The piers of Walsh Bay are home to bars, restaurants, outdoor sculpture, and art spaces that host dance and theatre performances.
Official names Millers Point & Dawes Point Village Precinct, Millers Point, Goodbye, Leightons Point, Jack the Millers Point, Dawes Point, Tar-ra, Parish St Philip, Flagstaff Hill, Cockle Bay Point, the Point, and Fort Street.
Millers Point is a small suburb within the City of Sydney local government area. Today it is often thought to be a part of its neighbor, The Rocks, much to the chagrin of residents who insist on recognizing its separate history and development. Very few people settled in the area before the 1830s. For decades it remained an isolated place, approached only by scrambling over The Rocks or around the shoreline from Point Maskelyne, later renamed Dawes Point, where William Dawes established an observatory and battery in the first years of European settlement. His house became a meeting place for many Aboriginal people who assisted him in recording the local language and customs. In the twenty-first century, this promontory was officially given the dual name of Dawes Point and Tar-Ra, which was what the original inhabitants called it.
A flagstaff was erected on the high ground in 1788. Here too the first government windmill was built in 1797 and, following the insurrection of Irish political prisoners at Castle Hill in 1804, work began on a fort. For these reasons, the hill was variously called the Flagstaff Hill, Windmill Hill, or Fort Philip, until its current name of Observatory Hill was adopted with the construction of a new observatory in 1858.
Other windmills appeared, including three that were built after 1815 on the farthest point of land facing Cockle Bay. These were owned by the former convict John Leighton, known as Jack the Miller, and inspired the name Millers Point. Book Maxi/Taxi Services Millers Point to Sydney Airport Taxi
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