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Waverton Sydney Maxi/taxi to or from Sydney Airport, Approximately 4 kilometers east of the Sydney CBD Located 12 km south to Sydney International Airport.

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Waverton was named in 1929 after the Waverton Estate of an early resident, Robert Old. The land once belonged to William Carr, who named it after an English village connected to his family.

The North Shore railway line was extended south from St Leonards to Milsons Point in 1893. The station in this area for nearly forty years was known as Bay Road, after the thoroughfare that crosses the railway line. The local progress association recommended a change and Waverton was chosen in 1929.

Indigenous Australians occupied the area until 1916. They left behind numerous signs of their presence. Sites include a large rock carving of a whale adjacent to the heritage-listed Coal Loader, waterholes and grinding grooves at Balls Head Reserve, plus engravings and grinding grooves in Waverton Park.

Waverton is also home to the museum ship MV Cape Don which is berthed at the old coal loader in Balls Head Bay.Waverton has a village-like collection of shops around the railway station, including an IGA supermarket, bottle shop, butcher, chemist and several restaurants and cafes including the Third Rail Cafe, Botanica Cafe, Bay Tandoori and Tamarind Thai. The ‘Grumpy Baker’ returned to Waverton late 2018 after a three year absence, and in 2020 Capo Pizza was started.

Waverton has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:

North Shore railway: Waverton railway station
The Coal Loader, located on the west side of the peninsula, was established from 1913-1917. One of the oldest coal loaders in Sydney Harbour, it was originally a steam ship bunkering station, delivering coal from the Hunter Valley to ships in the harbor. It has been restored and is a popular spot on weekends. It is heritage-listed.

Waverton is also home to the museum ship MV Cape Don which is berthed at the old coal loader in Balls Head Bay.Waverton has a village-like collection of shops around the railway station, including an IGA supermarket, bottle shop, butcher, chemist and several restaurants and cafes including the Third Rail Cafe, Botanica Cafe, Bay Tandoori and Tamarind Thai. The ‘Grumpy Baker’ returned to Waverton late 2018 after a three year absence, and in 2020 Capo Pizza was started.

Waverton has a number of heritage-listed sites, including:

North Shore railway: Waverton railway station
The Coal Loader, located on the west side of the peninsula, was established from 1913-1917. One of the oldest coal loaders in Sydney Harbour, it was originally a steam ship bunkering station, delivering coal from the Hunter Valley to ships in the harbor. It has been restored and is a popular spot on weekends. It is heritage-listed.

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