There's so much Sydney has to offer but if you're short on time or want to maximize your day, here are the central sights and sounds to t...

 

The 9 Best Sights in Sydney

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Shopping streets with designer ware, flagship stores, funky boutiques meets markets and more with this intro to all things shopping relat...

 

8 Shopping Streets, Markets and More in Sydney

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Sydney is home to some of the best cafes, baristas and beans in the world. Here are my top picks for coffee shops in Sydney.

 

Top 8 Spots for Coffee in Sydney

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Start the day off with a gourmet cup of coffee and a top-notch breakfast at any one of these Sydney favorite restaurants and cafes.

 

7 Great Breakfasts in Sydney

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Panoramio Sydney

Mini Guide

Panoramio photos from around Sydney.

 

Panoramio Sydney

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Fancy some Burlesque? How about a healthy serving of Jack Daniels? Looking to dance or enjoy a quiet night out, there's a bar or club in ...

 

9 Great Bars, Saloons and Clubs in Sydney

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Breweries around Sydney from Untappd.

 

15 Brewpubs in Sydney

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A list of the best budget hotels under 100 AUD, close to the city centre and to the most popular beaches.

 

Best Hotels under 100 AUD in Sydney

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Royal Hotel

Hotel

Just a 3-minute drive from Coogee Beach, Royal Hotel offers free WiFi and an onsite restaurant with a courtyard.

 

Royal Hotel

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Situated in various locations throughout Manly, the Manly Seaside Holiday Apartments are each a short walk from the beach, harbour and ce...

 

Manly Seaside Holiday Apartments

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The largest hotel.

 

Hilton Sydney

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Featuring a waterfront location, it offers a bar, continental breakfast and free Wi-Fi access in public areas.

 

Watsons Bay Hotel

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Until 1967 it was the city's tallest structure.

 

Sydney Harbour Bridge

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The Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney, is the most central of the three major botanical gardens open to the public in Sydney.

 

Royal Botanic Gardens

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The Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic 20th century buildings in the world.

 

Sydney Opera House

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The harbour is an inlet of the Tasman Sea .

 

Port Jackson

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Hyde Park

Park

Hyde Park, the oldest public parkland in Australia, is a 16.2ha park in the central business district of Sydney, New South Wales.

 

Hyde Park

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Tetsuya's

Restaurant

Tetsuya's, which serves fusion Japanese and French style food, is one of Sydney's most famous and highly regarded restaurants, generally ...

 

Tetsuya's

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Part of the Neil Perry empire (which also includes Rockpool at the Rocks, Spice Temple underneath the Bar and Grill and a bar and grill i...

 

Rockpool Bar and Grill

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Fresh sake and excellent service.

 

Sake Restaurant & Bar

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Quay

Restaurant

Located close to the Craft NSW, a beautiful restaurant that does fantastic food, good desserts and delicious bread.

 

Quay

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The Rocks. The Australian boasts a prodigious range of Australian beers, and very good gourmet pizzas (ranging from vegetarian to crocodi...

 

The Australian

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The Argyle

Club

The Rocks. Raw timber columns shoot to the ceilings among the daybeds which are set against a backdrop of sandstone walls.

 

The Argyle

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Good food, really good nachos and good steaks are on the menu here.

 

Bar Cleveland

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Situated right in the middle of the Cross, Hugos tends to attract a reasonably young and sometimes pretentious crowd.

 

Hugo's Lounge

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Other locations

Uluru and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) are iconic rock formations in the Red Centre.

 

Launceston

City

Is the major city with an airport just 15 minutes out of town. Several flights come in and out everyday and there is a bus to the city ce...

 

Melbourne

City

Australia's second largest city, Melbourne is a large sporting, shopping and cultural capital; it is regarded as Australia's most Europea...

 

This World Heritage area sets the scene for outback adventure travel, aboriginal culture and nature activities.

 

Brisbane

City

Queensland's capital and largest city, with a population nearing 2 million it's vibrant but maintains a relaxed atmosphere.

 

Stopping Sydney's southerly sprawl from absorbing the Illawarra.

 

Hobart

City

Picturesque and quiet capital of Tasmania, the site of the second convict settlement in Australia.

 

Spend as long as you like exploring lush monsoon forests, unusual rock formations and waterfalls, just a 1,5 hour drive from Darwin.

 

Natural attractions, The Pinnacles, North Hummock.

 

Australia

Country

The largest and most populous country in Oceania, very often considered a continent by itself.

 

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