St Mark's Church Darling Point - Sydney
Darling Point is a harbourside, eastern suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Darling Point is located 4 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district and is part of the local government area of Woollahra Council.
Darling Point is bounded by Sydney Harbour to the north, Double Bay to the east, Edgecliff to the south and Rushcutters Bay to the west. Darling Point, renowned for its desirable and expensive real estate, is mostly residential and regarded as one of the most exclusive and prestigious suburbs in Australia.
What is now the Darling Point area was originally known as Eurambi, Yarranabbi, Yarrandabbi and Yaranabe by the local Aboriginal people. It was named Darling Point in recognition of Elizabeth Darling, the wife of New South Wales Governor Ralph Darling.
During the Sydney 2000 Olympics, Darling Point hosted the sailing events.
Darling Point Road follows the ridge of the headland that is Darling Point. Mona Road and Greenoaks Avenue act as two other main access roads to the suburb. New Beach Road runs between the western boundary of the suburb and Rushcutters Bay Park. The 327 bus service goes through Darling Point. Darling Point ferry wharf provides access to Eastern Suburbs ferry services.
McKell Park was originally the site of the now-demolished Canonbury House, but is now a public park. Situated at the northern end of Darling Point Road, it has panoramic views of Sydney Harbour and is a popular location for picnics and weddings. It also provides access to Darling Point's ferry stop.
'The Drill Hall' forms part of the Sir David Martin Reserve and was previously part of the Royal Australian Navy base, HMAS Rushcutters. The Drill Hall is one of the oldest surviving Australian military buildings and was originally located on Bennelong Point, now the location of the Sydney Opera House.
Designed by Edmund Blacket in 1852, St Mark's Anglican Church has become a popular wedding venue, hosting such famous weddings as Elton John's first marriage and the fictional wedding in the film Muriel's Wedding.
Carthona, Carthona Avenue
Situated close to McKell Park, Craigend is a mansion constructed in the Moorish and Art Deco styles in 1935, including a pair of doors from an ancient mosque in Zanzibar and a traditional Japanese garden. In 1948, the property was acquired by the United States Government as the official residence of the Consul General. It has since returned to the private sector. In 1975 it served as the villain's lair in the Hong Kong/Australian co-produced movie The Man from Hong Kong.
Built in 1841 for the Surveyor-General Sir Thomas Mitchell, Carthona is a harbourside sandstone mansion located at the end of Carthona Avenue. With its panoramic water views across Double Bay, to Point Piper, and north toward Manly, it is considered one of Sydney's most valuable properties. It is currently held by descendants of Philip Bushell, the famed tea merchant who died at the home in 1954. It is heritage-listed.
Cloncorrick, designed by John Horbury Hunt
The following buildings are on the Register of the National Estate.
Cloncorrick, Annandale Street
Callooa and garden, Bennett Avenue
Lindesay, Carthona Avenue
Carthona, Carthona Avenue
The Swifts, Darling Point Road
Bishopscourt, Greenoaks Avenue
Mona, Mona Road
Babworth House, Mount Adelaide Road
The Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, Australia's premier yacht club is situated near Rushcutters Bay Park and runs the annual Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
 Notable residents
Tom Lewis, Former Premier of New South Wales
Roderick Meagher, former New South Wales Court of Appeal judge
Charles Kingsford Smith lived at Darling Point in the 1930s
Tom Cruise lived at Darling Point when married to Nicole Kidman