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  • Sydney is the home to beautiful beaches, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, award-winning restaurants, and a vibrant culture. If you are in Sydney, then it’s always hard to beat the fresh seafood, waterfront views and diversity of cuisines here. You ought to try these restaurants in Sydney for having an overwhelming experience:

    This restaurant believes in country style cooking using fresh products. If you are a foodie and looking for nothing, just only food, then the Farmhouse Kings Cross will be a heavenly paradise for you. There are special food items for vegetarians also as chefs are there to take care of every taste bud.

    If you are searching for a place with great ambiance and delicious food, then est. is the best place for you. Designed with a beautiful heritage dining room with soaring white columns and luxurious accoutrements, est. delivers dining on a grand scale. 

    Here are the Best Restaurants In Sydney:

  • 01Craft Beer and Food Tour in Sydney

    Craft Beer and Food Tour in Sydney
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    About the Activity:
    • Taste a wide range of great beers and food learn about craft brewing in Sydney on a tour with a knowledgeable guide.
    • Start your tour after meeting at 10.30 AM outside Customs House.
    • Hear first hand from the Beer Sommelier, Redoak manager's view into beer and food, evaluate and appreciate different beer qualities and its match with food.
    • Understand the essential qualities, styles, aromas and flavors of individual beers in a unique way paired with different dishes.
    • Also understand how to match beer with food, be able to choose glassware that suits beer styles, enjoy anecdotes from history of beer or different countries, and understand beer ingredients, brewing process and what makes a good beer.
    • End this exciting tour at 1.00 PM.

  • 02Farmhouse Kings Cross

    If you are looking for nothing but the food then Farmhouse Kings Cross will be a heavenly paradise for all of you. If offers some amazing Australian Gluten free food. The rustic ambience which complements the food just enhances the overall beauty of the place.

     Highlight: The restaurant believes in country style cooking using fresh produce. The communal table on which the sitting is arranged becomes a true show stealer of the place. The service of the staff  makes the place worth a visit.

     Price:A$110 for 2 people approximately but the portions are ridiculously big for 2. Absolutely everything from the start to the finish has been quite effortlessly presented to all its customers.

     Location: 4/40Bayswater Road, Potts Point, Sydney.
  • 03Est

    A perfect marriage of great food with an amazing ambience. This place is best for people of all class, no matter whether you want to impress your client or mend a broken relationship, the food is sure going to melt everyone’s heart. You can definitely spoil yourself with some amazing champagne. The place offers both vegetarian and gluten free food along with many other European and Modern cuisines. And almost everything is done with perfect precision which makes it the perfect place for you to dine and experience the finest food. You can try the grilled scallops and macadamia parfait which is considered to be one of the most delightful dishes for the occasion.

    Price: A$320 for 2 people.

    Location: CBD, Level 1, Establishment, 252 George Street, Sydney.

  • 04Twenty 8 Acres

    If you are in a perfect hungover early in the morning then this is the best place to satiate your taste buds. The café serves some amazing breakfast menu which has couple of interesting names in the list too. You can simply can’t resist yourself from ordering a few things from the menu especially the ‘Dirty Chai’.

    Highlights: It is the Irish breakfast which makes the most of the orders. The café is run by 2 chefs who have a good sense of taste which makes this café a popular one in Sydney. And if you want to try something exclusively from the Irish menu then you shouldn’t miss the chance to taste black pudding and soda bread which is a huge hit amongst customers.

     Price: A$55 for 2 people.

     Location: Shop1, Corner of Boundary Street and Ivy Lane, Darlington, Sydney.
  • 05The Baxter Inn

    A perfect amalgamation of some good music, ambience and some sparking cocktails then you are in for a treat. It has a vintage appeal and serves some ridiculously incredible range of whiskies. You can also try some impressive pretzels which is sure to make most of the customers happy. The atmosphere of the place is completely relaxing making it the best place to wipe off your boredom.

     Highlights: If you are quite keen to have whiskies and beer then you simply can’t miss this place, as it will be your perfect paradise.

     Price: A$60 for two people.

    Location: Basement 152-156, Clarence Street, CBD, Sydney.
  • 06Fortune Village Chinese Restaurant

    If you still aren’t interested in Chinese food then this place will take you fall in love with it. A place which serves Chinese like no one else in Sydney, hence, it attracts a lot of tourists. The restaurant bring out the authentic character of the Chinese. No matter, whether you are looking for some heavy lunch or light dinner this restaurant has something for everybody. You can also have an option some vegetarian, gluten free and vegan options which comes as an ultimate delight for many customers.

     Price: A$80 for 2 people. Although it may seem a little pricey but it is worth a visit for authentic Chinese food.

     Location: CBD 209 Clarence Street, Sydney.
  • 07Medusa Greek Taverna

    For Greek food lovers, mark our words, you simply can’t miss out on this restaurant which serves some amazing Greek food. You can enjoy the outdoor sitting with your favourite Greek food. You can try Taramasalata and pita bread and soutzoukakia along with some delectable lamb which are some of the highly recommended items from the list. For desserts one should stick to Galaktoboureko which is just delectable to tickle your taste buds. All the recipes have some generous portions to offer which makes a complete meal for the day.

    Price: A$70 for two people and provides some huge portions to the customers.

     Location: 2 Market Street, CBD, Sydney.
  • 08Alegrias Spanish Tapas

    Not many people have the luxury to try Spanish food as it has always been the hidden gem till date. If you have ever tasted Spanish cuisine then the taste of the recipe that this restaurant offers will make you feel that it has been homemade with all love and affection. And moreover the chefs believe that ‘Tapas’ is not just small plates in which the food is served but it is considered to be the finest local ingredient to be enjoyed by your friends and families over meaningful conversations.

    Price: A$90 for two people and serves some amazing portions too.

    Location: Shop 9, 332 Darling Street , Balmain, Street.
  • 09The Spice Room

    You will be completely spell bound with special antiques and glamorously done interiors. You get a chance to dig deeper into the Indian tastes. It showcases a wide variety of street food, platter and some tandoori delicacies which are not supposed to be missed. The mesmerizing aromas of the food will make your stomach crave for it more and more. A delectable treat for all your five senses and stands as a place which has some grand memories of the residents of this place.

    Highlights: The lunch is served in tiffin boxes that the Dabbahwalas used to once deliver it to the while collared people.

    Price: A$80 for 2 people.

    Location: Ground Floor, the Quay building, 2 Philip Street, CBD, Sydney.
  • 10Tetsuya's

    It is a small quaint house where you will find strokes of art overlooking Japanese Garden which makes this place so beautiful and is also blessed to have an acclaimed a perfect blend of both French and Asian menu. You will find the place to be fully dominated by Japanese style of art to let you have one of the finest dining experience. You can definitely try some Soy Cured Tuna with Sea Lettuce and Wasabi.


    Highlight: The place serves you degustation menu which uses the freshest possible ingredients in perfect amalgamation of seasonal flavors and French technique which has let the place gather international reputation for its clients.

    Price: $230 per person.

    Location: Tetsuya’s restaurant, 529 Kent Street, Sydney.
  • 11Mr Wong

    Blessed with absolute colonial furnishings the restaurant is an ideal place to have some meaningful conversations with a friend or relative. The place has a strong Chinese influence and provides Cantonese style menu. If you have a flair for having some delectable dimsums then you can definitely be at Mr Wong which offers the finest Chinese fusion which is not that oily.

    Highlight: You shouldn’t miss the chance to taste Fried Ice-Cream which has been everybody’s favourite. You can also try Sweet and Sour Pork Hock which is surely a contemporary fit out for many.

    Price: A$120 for two people.

     Location: 3 Bridge Lane, CBD, Sydney.
  • 12China Doll

    If you have the finest culinary sense then you should definitely visit China Doll which is harmonious blend of authentic flavours which attracts many tourists. You can try some modern Asian dishes which has been restaurant’s USP. Moreover, you can relish the food outdoors where you can enjoy the mesmerizing city views along with some seasonal cocktails. Highlights: It has picked up traditional cuisine from China, Hong Kong, Japan and South East Asia. If you visit this place one of the recommended dishes would be Shu Mai Dimsum.

     Price: A$120 for 2 people.

    Location: Woolloomooloo, shop 4 and 6 Cowper Wharf road, Sydney.
  • 13Thai Pothong

    A place which is Thai in every sense of the term is Thai Pothong which serves some authentic Thai food in the Newtown district in Sydney for the past 20 years.

     Highlight: The place also has a gift shops which has some popular gifts imported from Thailand. One could get simply spell bound with its golden interiors with some amazing statues. The artworks that you will find in the place is NSFW which is why you should be little cautious while bringing your kids along. You can try some amazing Thai curries which will leave you with a delectable tastes in your mouth.

    Price: A$75 for two people.

    Location: 294 King Street, Newtown, Sydney.
  • 14Playfair Cafe & Sandwich Bar

    If you are looking for some of the freshest food available in Sydney, you should definitely stop by the Playfair Café & Sandwich Bar which can be the best place for your breakfast and lunch. And moreover it provides you an escape from the usual hustle and bustle of the city by providing you an outdoor seating.

    Highlights: You cannot miss the chance to treat yourself with home-made quiche and fritattas which is accompanied by some equally amazing sandwiches, burgers, soups and great coffee too. You can try Flat White Coffee which is highly recommended.

     Price: A$35 for two people.

    Location: Shop 21, the Rocks Centre, Playfair Street, Sydney.
  • 15Fish At The Rocks

    Your trip to Sydney wouldn’t be complete without a visit to this restaurant. One shouldn’t be expecting some flashy décor but what the restaurant promises to provide is an amazing sea food. The sea food which is served there is not just fresh but flaky and delicious too.


    Highlights: Fish becomes the highly delighted food to be tasted. However, one can also try mussel, calamari, prawn and salmon. It also offers some modern and Australian food.

    Price: A$140 for two people. The food served comes with good portions which is sure to fill your stomach.

    Location: 29 Kent Street, The Rocks, Sydney.
  • 16Cafe Sydney

    The mesmerizing view from the café is sure to leave you truly spell bound. It has a rooftop view which allows you to have some amazing harbour views. It captures the true essence of Sydney which allows you to witness some of the most amazing locations. The contemporary interiors just adds to the beauty of the place. One can be simply swayed by the mild and appealing lighting. You can get an amalgamation of both French, Australian and some Indian inspired dishes too. If you love to have some of the finest wine which is available at a good price.

    Price: A$160 for two people.

    Location: Level 5, Custom House, 31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay, Sydney.
  • 17La Renaissance Cafe

    If you are a cake lover then you shouldn’t miss the opportunity to taste some amazing fresh pastries and imaginative cakes. It comes with some amazing macrons too which you can try with an amazing cup of coffee. The café has a Parisian style set up which makes the place even more beautiful. Don’t forget to try the pistachio macaroons which can be tried with some other amazing pastries and desserts. All the cakes are prepared with premium quality of ingredients. Take a place somewhere at the back of the courtyard so that you can get a narrow escape from the usual hustle and bustle of the crowd with which this café is usually filled.

     Highlights: Pork, Veal Sausage Roll, Le Roi Soleil and Goya Cake amongst others.

     Price: A$40 for two people. Location: 47 Argyle Street, The Rocks, Sydney.
  • 18Felix Bar & Bistro

    A perfect place for all the wine lovers which is well complemented with some finest French cuisine. A beautiful restaurant which is located in a small alleyway and has both outdoor and indoor dining spaces which is going to be the ideal treat for you. A perfect place for romantic dinner or some nice conversation with friends. You should try duck even though you are not a meat lover because it serves some nicely cooked duck. But if you are the one who is blessed with a sweet tooth, you should try the nice and fluffy soufflé.

    Highlights: You shouldn’t miss out on the exquisite fine collection of wines.

    Price: A$120 for two people.

    Location: Ivy, 2 Ash Street, CBD, Sydney.
  • 19Guillaume Paddington

    Get a chance to have a five star experience in Guillaume Paddington. It has a stunning setting which is both calm and peaceful. You can get some divine food with some good seasoning and is complemented with a beautiful presentations too. The restaurant offers French cuisine which had once become stale in Australia.

     Highlights: You can have dining from the Opera House which provides some of the most unforgettable memories. You can try passionfruit soufflé with some nicely done interiors and offers degustation experience which is hard to find.

    Location: 92 Hargrave Street, Paddington, Sydney.

    Price: A$350 for two people.
  • 20Zahli

    Housed in the Elizabeth Street the Zahili restaurant serves one of the finest Lebanese cuisine. It has a beautiful marble bar which gives you a feel of both modern and traditional Lebanese décor. When in this place the flooring can bring back memories of Alhambra. If you get a chance to visit this restaurant you shouldn’t miss out on the Fattoush Salad and the Shish Tawouik. And as for a mild cooler stick to lemon and mint drink which is quite delightful to have. It serves you an array of middle-eastern cuisine which is hard to find anywhere else.

     Price: A$90 for two people.

     Location: 529 Elizabeth Street, Surry Hills, Sydney.
  • 21Home Thai Restaurant

    A modern and sleek designed restaurant with an open kitchen can never fail to catch your attention. To add more the restaurant also has a colorful dessert bar station which is surely going to take you by your feet. A perfect place for all the dessert lovers. It is usually jam packed during the peak hours but if you happen to find some space in the 2nd floor seating you can enjoy the interesting look of the open kitchen.

    Highlights: If you would like to grab a seat, it is best to visit around 5pm. The food served here will make you feel that you are having some of the authentic flavours of Thailand.

    Price: A$60 for two people.

    Location: Shop1-2, 229 Sussex Street, CBD, Sydney.
  • 22Lotus Dumpling Bar

    If you are fond of Dumplings then this is the place to be. The restaurant lies in the heart of the city and you should definitely stop by to these place to taste their dumplings which is surely going to transport you to a heavenly feeling. Besides dumplings the place also serves some amazing Chinese and Japanese Food. And if you are fond of drinking then you the place also offers a huge collection of both wine and beer too. As soon as you enter the place, you will be completely bowled by it funky décor but has a traditional Asian look too.

    Price: A$85 for 2 people.

    Location: Shop 3, 16 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay, The Rocks, Sydney.
  • 23ARIA Restaurant

    If you love water then this place offers you spectacular water views and lets you have an amazing fine dining experience too. The place will offer you luxury to its core and offers a contemporary fine dining experience by the riverside. What adds to the beauty of the place is its impeccable services which never fails to delight its guests. You can hog onto some amazing Modern Australian food. The food provides and an amazing blend of flavours and textures which makes the restaurant a must visit when in Sydney.

    Highlight: The place has an array of Australian Boutique wines too.

    Price: A$250 for two people.

    Location: Eagle Street Pier, 45 Eagle Street, Brisbane, CBD, Sydney.
  • 24Billy Kwong

    If you have the guts to try not just different but unusual flavours of wines, cocktails and mixers then this is the place to be. It has an open kitchen which a perfect delight for most of its customers. You can try the lamb buns which are not just extremely delectable to have but at the same time comes with a powerful seasoning which enhances the overall taste of the food. If you are fond of dumplings then you can even give a chance to the ones which comes with warrigal greens. Besides these you can try some divine chines food too. The immaculate service coupled with the pleasant ambience let this place attract a lot of people.

    Price: A$100 for 2 people and A$8 for a pint of beer.
  • 25Sydney Cove Oyster Bar

    If you have a nag for European and Asian food then you should definitely visit Sydney Cove Oyster Bar. It serves some great seafood, Modern and authentic Australian food too. You should definitely try the seafood platter which serves some generous portions too. One can even have a chance to have some lovely oysters. The seafood is freshly served and as a nice view too. It has a prime location since the place overlooks the Sydney Harbour Bridge which makes your visit even more worthwhile. It has the best polento chips too.

    Price: A$140 for two people.

    Location: 1East Circular Quay, Sydney.



Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbor bridge is also known as Coat hanger and is the world's largest steel arch bridge. It is also one of the iconic symbol of Australia. The bridge carries eight vehicle lanes, two train lines, footway and a cycle way too. The bridge helps in connecting the Sydney central business district and the North Shore.


Location: Sydney harbor is located at Sydney New South Wales and is in close proximity with most of the transportation facilities. For tourists, it is great to get along to different famous places from here.

Highlights: The place looks beautiful and the scenery is just amazing overlooking the waters. The bridge and the river together look more beautiful and captivating. The design of the bridge is inspired from the Hell Gate bridge in New York City, USA.

Best time to visit: The bridge looks beautiful at night so you might choose to visit it after dusk for capturing good pictures.

Madame Tussauds

Famous for its wax statues of people who are achievers in their fields, Madam Tussauds was first opened in London. It showcased the work of great wax statue artists who worked tirelessly day and night to appeal to high artistic and aesthetic sensibilities. After its raging success in London it opened in many other places with similar success. After a long wait, in 2012 Madam Tussauds opened in Sydney with great fanfare and pomp. Right now in Sydney, it showcases many brilliant artists, businessmen, politicians, sportspersons who have made their life living examples of success and achievement. Madam Tussauds aims to commemorate this achiever spirit and challenges us to look within and carefully nurture the achiever within us all.

Location: It is located in near the central business district in Sydney.

Highlight: Wax statues of many famous people can be found here so, if you wish to be photographed with celebs, this is the place to visit.

Best time to visit: Can be visited any time of the year. It might be crowded during holidays and weekends.

The Rocks

Scenically adorned by Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House, on the edge of breathtaking Sydney Harbor, The Rocks gives you an unparalleled mix of the new and old. From old cobblestoned laneways, to stylish modern bars, The Rocks has some of Sydney's finest restaurants and bars. As Sydney's art hub it has been transformed into a creative hub of modern art, festivals and evolving DIY spaces. The Rocks is an amazing blend of culture, cuisine and experiences that are worth living and ensuring to give you memories that will last a life time.

Location: The Rocks starts from the Harbor from the north and east to Kent.

Highlight: A total urban indulgence, The Rocks is one of the busiest tourist places in Sydney with festivals and concerts all around the year.

Cost: There is no general cost, but individual events cost may vary.

Best Time: Research when your favorite concerts are being organized, and accordingly make a visit.

Sydney Fish Market

For all the fish lover’s this place will be like a true heaven for you. You can shop your favourite fish from the Sydney Fish Market which is the third largest seafood market in the world in terms of variety.

Highlights: The Sydney Fish Market caters to six seafood retailers, greengrocer, sushi bar, restaurants, gift shops and more. To help you fill your weekends with seafood delight the place offers constant offers from Friday 2pm to Sunday 4 pm.

Location: Bank St & Pyrmont Bridge Road, Sydney NSW 2009, Australia

Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo is one of the best zoological park in Sydney, New South Wales in Australia. The zoo was opened on 7th October 1916 and is among the best places to explore different types of wild animals.


Location: Taronga Zoo is located in the shores of Sydney Harbor in the suburb of Mosman. To reach the zoo, you can use public transport which is easily available or private vehicles if you please.

Highlights: Taronga Zoo has different animal species nearly about 340 species and more than 2600 individual animals. You can also hire the venue to organize any functions or events with a 180 degree and peaceful view of the Sydney harbor making those events truly memorable.

Best time to visit: Taronga Zoo is open daily including the Christmas days. The visiting hours are 9:30 am-4:30 pm in the month of May to August, 9:30 am-5:00 pm from September to April and on new year's eve 9:30 am - 4:00 pm. You need to plan your trip accordingly to the timings of the zoo.

Museum of Contemporary Art

For art lovers, the museum of contemporary art is one of the finest places to visit in Sydney.

Location: It is located in The Rocks area of Sydney and getting there is very simple as well. You can check the map on its website for the exact location.

Highlights: It is among the only museum which houses Australian and international modern art so art lovers will have a great time here. The museum is also home to Aboriginal art which is quite rare to find elsewhere.

Price: The entry is free to the museum so anyone can visit it during the given timings.

Best time to visit: The museum stays open from 10 in the morning to 5 in the evening so you can visit it during these times. There is a certain amount of rush experienced between 11 to 12 in the evening so you can avoid the time slot if possible.

Bondi Beach

It is one of the world's most beautiful and famous beaches. Everyone who goes there falls in love with its village atmosphere. It is almost a kilometer long and dotted with lifesavers. There are always some activities going on at bondi, mostly centered on the pavilion. Bondi is a perfect combination of nature and waves. It is a perfect getaway for those busy lifestyles as it is delightfully famous for its harsh waves. If you love beaches and are absolutely in love with the sun and sand, then Bondi is a must before you say goodbye. Bond with the friendly locals at bondi and explore the beach through them. What a better way to know Australia than via Aussies right?

Location: Bondi Beach is a suburb in Sydney in New South Wales.

Highlights: It always has activities going on at Bondi, and special events for days when it is raining. It also has a lot of food stalls along the line.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

Sydney Tower

Sydney Tower is one of the tallest structure and the second tallest observation tower in the southern hemisphere. The tower is 1,014 feet high and among the most eye catching places of tourist attraction. It is also known as Sydney Tower Eye, AMP Tower, Westfield Centre point Tower or Sydney Sky tower.

Location: Sydney Tower is located in the new Westfield shopping center at the corner of the Pitt street and Market Street. To reach here, the most quick and easy way is to use public transport.

Highlights: The magnificent view of the whole Sydney from the tower eye is one of the most spectacular view one will cherish in their visit here. At the base of the tower, there is a shopping center. It also has restaurants, coffee lounge with revolving view of the Sydney Skyline.

Best time to visit: Sydney Tower is opened daily from 9:00 am to 9:30 pm. One can enjoy this breathtaking place at all seasons.

George Street

George street is one of the business hubs of Sydney where you can spot some of the biggest multinational companies of Australia. If we see the Top 100 listed businesses in Australia, most of them are located in this region. Although it is just a general street, it has become a tourist attraction owing to the huge buildings and the presence of many company headquarters.

Location: It is located in the central business district of Sydney and is about 3 km long. The street has the best connectivity options and you can easily find various transportation facilities to get around the city from here.

Highlights: This street still stays among the busiest roads in Sydney as most of the top businesses are located here. There are many high rise buildings in the street and you will mostly spot business people around the place. The skyline of the place is simply amazing, you will have a good time visiting this street.

Kings Cross

Kings Cross is an inner city locality which is situated 2 km east of Sydney's central business district. It is Sydney's red light district known for its crime and organized mafia. Once infested with numerous illegal establishments and casino it is now a mixed area with residences, nightclubs, restaurants, bars, brothels and strip clubs.

Highlight: The tacky nightclubs, topless waitresses, strip clubs as well as the adult bookshops are still there, but of late some exciting cafes have surfaced on the Kings Cross that is attracting a wide range of the different types of visitors. The Kings Cross is very sleazy at night. During the day it looks a lot less threatening.

Best Time: Ideally, if you are planning to go to Kings Cross with friends, you can make a visit any time of the day. However, prefer going during the day, if you are on your own.

Hotel Hollywood

The moment you step inside you will find framed posters from the time when Hollywood sirens were photographed. It has a fun art décor with red lighting and a disco ball which makes the atmosphere a lot of fun. The place plays a soft blend of electro music which will take you to a different world altogether. The melodious songs are always perfect to either make you groove or have you perfect drink quietly somewhere in the corner.

Highlight: The Happy Hours from 5 to7 pm Monday to Saturday. And if you want to try some good beer this is the place to hangout.

Price: A$6o for two people which is inclusive of alcohol.

Location: 2 Foster Street, Surry Hills, Sydney.

Bronte Beach

Bronte is a small popular beach in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. It is 2 km south of Bondi and situated north of Coogee. The beach is frequented by walkers, swimmers, surfers of all kinds. It provides various trails due to its paved coastal footpath with the rocky cliff tops. A long distance swimming event is also held here every December. The 30m pool in the south end is very famous among locals in Sydney. Come here for an amazing walk with your loved one. This is an absolutely beautiful place for those long endless conversations and creating timeless memories. Knowing well the beauty once, you are sure to return to this beach time and again.

Location: Bronte Beach is located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

Highlight: It is well known for its amazing surf waves and water sports.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

Palm Beach

The Palm Beach is the northern most part of the northern beaches. It's mesmerizing sands and shining blue water is perfect for swimming, chilling and surfing. Palm Beach has been divided into two, with the north offering perfect surfing conditions while the south offers a more protected swimming environment. The beach has an extravagant 35 meter ocean pool for toddlers and amateur swimmers. There are popular eateries like Jonah's, Dunes restaurant and The boathouse. Palm Beach also has a golf course nearby for golf aficionados.

Location: It is located 41 km North of Sydney. So, if you travel towards the north, never miss out on the very beautiful and inviting Palm Beach.

Highlights: If you feel like exploring, Ecotreasures provides for seekers their famous Sydney's hidden treasure tour then Palm Beach is one highly recommended spot.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May

Collaroy Beach

A suburb in northern Sydney, it is 22 km north-east of Sydney's central business district. It is among the northern beaches' region. Famous for its great swimming conditions, amateurs as well as seasoned players will not hesitate to make this their play ground. This beach provides the perfect waves for all skill levels. No more bickering in a friend circle over which beach to surf at, come to Colloroy and everyone feels right at home. Advanced surfers can move on to crazy wave magnets like Narabeen and long reef. It has a lot of amenities to complement your wave time, like picnic area and Rock paths. There is also a surf shop, a restaurant and a cinema for fun seekers.

Location: Colloroy Beach is located 22 kms north-east of Sydney's central business district.

Highlight: The beach seems ideal for both seasoned and amateur swimmers.

Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is one of the oldest parks in Australia. It is divided by the Park Street. The southern section of the park has the visitor centre, a number of monuments as well as statues, the ANZAC Memorial building and the pool of reflection. On the other hand, the northern section of the Hyde Park features multiple themes gardens like the iconic Nagoya Gardens and Sandringham adorned by the public art works, Archibald Fountain as well as the monuments and the water features.

Location: Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Highlights: It has some 16 hectares of the wide open space in the heart of the central Sydney. There is no shortage of the lush green grass here. So, it is an ideal spot for impromptu picnic.

Best Time: It is open all round the year, so you can visit any time.

Cost: Entry to the Hyde Park is free.


Showcasing the best of China's food and culture is Sydney's Chinatown, an urban locality in the southern part of Sydney's central business district. An enthralling experience for any food lover, you can get all of your favourite classic Chinese food right here. Chinatown is sure to give you an intensely rewarding experience as here you can immense yourself in Chinese culture and history and partake in its many festivals that take place throughout the year. It is an absolute family destination with something for everyone. With its cheap hotels, it makes for a great place to stay for the weekend.

Location: Located in Haymarket, between Darling Harbor and Central station. It is Australia's largest Chinatown.

Highlights: What makes Chinatown extraordinary are the specialty shops wherein one could buy things which would not normally be available elsewhere. You could get art, crafts, tea sets, dinnerware and Chinese herbs. There is a Chinese supermarket as well which houses ethnic Chinese goods.

Best time to visit - September to November, March to May.

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