event sees bodypainted tiger catch ferry from Manly
Wharf to Luna Park Sydney, Milsons Point, Australia
Point juts into Sydney Harbour from the northern side.
It was named after James Milson, who settled in the
district in 1825. It is a suburb of Sydney, Australia.
Point supports the northern end of the Sydney Harbour
Bridge. Milsons Point railway station is on the northern
approach to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Milsons
Point ferry wharf, serviced by the Balmain, Pyrmont
Bay and Rydalmere ferry lines, is located to the west
of the bridge in the south-west region of the suburb.
Point is well connected with the CBD of Sydney by
the bridge, ferries and trains. It is well developed
for residential and commercial use. It has the entertainment
centre Luna Park, the North Sydney Olympic Pool, and
several schools, namely Loreto Kirribilli and St Aloysius'
College. The local area contains a number of restaurants
addition to rail services, Milson's Point is serviced
by buses that run to the Lower North Shore and Northern
Beaches. School Buses leave from Bradfield Park to
transport students at schools in North Sydney. (Credit: