Elizabeth Bay Marina

29 Billyard Avenue, Elizabeth Bay.

Location & Destination

Picture the romance of European architecture and the cosmopolitan essence of Sydney
style. It’s a magical pairing – and it comes alive in Elizabeth Bay. Perched on the edge of
Sydney Harbour, the suburb’s wondrous, tree-lined streets and heritage laneways make it
one of Sydney’s most delightful and desirable neighbourhoods.

Arthur McElhorne Reserve

Soak up the serene greenery at Arthur McElhone Reserve, just a short stroll from home. Wander down to the waterfront, where you may choose to berth your boat at the exclusive Elizabeth Bay Marina. From there, simply sit back on the deck of The Lookout Café and watch the yachts sail beneath the sunset. This is living at Billyard Ave.

Elizabeth Bay Marina

The Lookout Café

Beare Park

Elizabeth Bay Marina

Sunset On Sydney Harbour

Elizabeth Bay, 1950

Nestled underneath Billyard Ave, is one of Sydney’s most iconic homes, Boomerang. Built in 1927, this Spanish mission-style house has played host to billionaires, art collectors, and Hollywood stars. Its extravagant garden parties and glamorous soirées have become legendary. With views over Boomerang’s famous coloured roof tiles, Billyard epitomises the very essence of opulence that characterises this esteemed location.

Boomerang’s famous colourful glazed roof tiles

Boomerang's Spanish mission-style architecture

Aerial of Elizabeth Bay, 1969