Rocks is one of the oldest part of the town with a number of heritage buildings. The old wharfs along the water are refurbished and convert to high old office spaces, restaurants and hotels. Rocks is a great place to enjoy a nice dinner while overlooking the cruises in the Sydney Harbour.
SOMA is home to some electic modern art. The first section of George street is converted to outdoor sitting for a number of cafes and bars. If you are into designer shops Galleria is the place.
Some of the best hotels in Sydney including Grand Hyatt, Shangrila, Four Seasons & Siebal Pier 1 are some of the best hotels to stay in Sydney.
More more adventurous, speed boat rides and some action rides are availalbe at the Circular Quay.
Observatory Hill is not to be missed. Walk up to the Observatory to explore the celestial world around us, or simply bask in the sun overlooking the Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Tours are very popular with tourist. Lunch tours, one hour tours, 2 hour dinner tours and party tours are offered by various operators in Circular Quay as well as King Street Wharf. Some of the cruises offer live music and dancing on the board.
Mrs. Macquarie Chair is located adjacent to Botanic Gardens that are easily accessible from Circular Quay. On a clear day walking along the waterfront to Mrs. Macquarie Chair is an enjoyable one hour walk. This is a great location for instagram photos. The finger wharf in Wooloomooloo is the place for fine dining and drinks.
Sydney Art Gallery is a learning experience for children and holds a number of exhibitions throughout the year.
This part of the town is not to be missed. Opera House stands as an iconic symbol of Sydney. The Circular Quay a starting point of many ferries to various parts of the town. This section of the town is home to some of the most popular bars and restaurants.
Hop on a Ferry to Mosman, Taronga Zoo or Manly. The scenic journey takes under and hour and crosses some of the most beautiful coastal scenery of Sydney.
A boutique hotel offering unique staying experiene right next to Darling Harbour, OVOLO Staycation is a great way to enjoy your stay in Sydney
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Rocks is a home to several historic pubs over 100 years old. This part of the town was built on top of sandstone and was the location of early trading boat. Pubs and gambling dens were popular 100 years ago. Some historic structures have survived the sands of time and are declared heritage buildings. Orient Hotel, Lord Nelson, Mercantile, Australian, Glenmore and Palisade Hotels are popular watering hotels in the area.Half Day Historic Pub Tour
Taronga Zoo is on of the most popular family attractions in Sydney. The best way to visit the zoo is to catch a ferry from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo stop. A Chairlift from the bottom of the hill takes you to the ticketing station located near the entrance. The Taronga Zoo is home to a unique species of animals and great educational experience for children.Buy Tickets Online
Planning a visit to Sydney to celebrate your wedding anniversary or honeymoon? There are plenty of amazing unique experiences to make your visit a memorable one. Here are some recommended experiences for couples.
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Popular choices in Surry Hills include:
Porteno , Chin Chin, Nicks, Dolphin Hotel . Crown Street is thecenter of nightlife and many popular eateries in Surry Hills
Darlinghurst venues includes:
Beppis, Bario Chino, Bills, Red Lantern, Johnny Wong Dumpling Bar. Stanley Street and Victoria Streets have many popular bars and restaurants.
Newtown venues include:
Bloodwood, Thai Pathong, Sinking Bishops, Pastizzi Cafe, Mary's Newtown, Hartsyar. Banks Hotel, Newtown Hotel and Marlborough Hotels are local watering holes.
With 70km of coastline, Sydney offers many amazing coastal walks overlooking the beautiful ocean views. Bondi to Coogee Walk is a must-do activities for outdoor lovers. Sunrise at Bondi Beach attracts large crowds on a clear sunny day. Finish the walk off by enjoy a brekkie at one of many amazing cafes along the beach.Sydney Walks >
Bondi to Coogee is one of many beautiful coastal walks in the city
Exploring The Rocks, Circular Quay and Opera house is a great experience on a clear and sunny day. Rocks holds Weekend markets every Saturday morning.
Uptown dining, bars and restaurant, IPT is located adjacent to SOMA.
Outdoor dining, bars, tours and ferries attracts large crowds to Circular Quay.
Most photographed iconic structure is located near circular Quay.
Factory OUTLETS in Sydney are located in Birkenhead Shopping Center( Drummoyne), DFO (Homebush). Other places includes Pitt Street Mall, The Strand (George Street), Galleria (The Rocks) - Broadway Shopping Center - Bondi Junction Mall and Warringah Mall.
Paddy's Market near Chinatown is weekend market and great place for cheap souvenirs.
Enjoy outdoor dining and Coffee Markets on Weekends in The Rocks
Boat tours, cruises, speed boat rides are popular activities at Circular Quay.
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