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The Galley

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by Wendy (subscribe)
Art enthusiast. Loves painting, bushwalking and travels. Writing what I love sparks my passion. Sydney, Australia.
Published August 19th 2018
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Victoria Road, my friend and I found a nice cafe serendipitously. The Galley only just opened one day prior to our visit.

The Galley-the bay
The Galley is situated at the bank of the Bay

The cafe is situated at the bank of the Bay with a warm and welcoming ambience. Additionally, the staff were friendly, serving our coffee fairly quickly. Even though it was a chilly day, we sat outside, enjoying the beautifully brewed coffee and feeling the warmth of the sun.

The Galley-design
The cafe is nicely designed to blend well with the surroundings.

The Galley-coffee
The coffee was nicely brewed at the Galley

The cafe has a nice design and blends in well with the surroundings of the marina. Ir has spacious indoor and outdoor seating. The cafe has a captivating outlook with Glebe Foreshore Parks just across the water. With greenery at such a close distance, it was indeed a delightful and relaxing experience.

The Galley-outdoor seating
The indoor seating is quite spacious at Galley

The Galley-Outdoor seating
Outdoor seating at Galley

After enjoying your coffee or meal at the cafe, you can leisurely walk to the Glebe Foreshore Parks or go to Tramsheds nearby to continue exploring the area.
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Why? A nice cafe situated at Sydney Boathouse
When: 7 am - 5 pm weekdays and weekend (according to the staff)
Where: 2 Waterways Court, Rozelle 2039
Cost: Coffee $3.5 - $4
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Thanks, Wendy. It has got a beautiful spot. Jo
by jo-si (score: 1|65) 989 days ago
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