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“Bondi Beach can reach by train direct line and only take about 15 mnts. First should stop at Bondi Junction and change to bus to ward the beach”
  • Recomendado por 667 habitantes locales
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“Fun neighbourhood with great architecture! Don’t miss the weekend day market! ”
  • Recomendado por 246 habitantes locales
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“Sydney CBD is just 15 mins walk via either William Street/Kings Cross, or via Wolloomooloo crossing Mrs Mcquarie's chair and the Botanical gardens.”
  • Recomendado por 23 habitantes locales
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“One of Sydney’s hippest suburbs. Spend a day or a night trying all of the bars, pubs and hot spots along King St!”
  • Recomendado por 199 habitantes locales
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“Perfect one day spectacular the next plenty to do here just a short drive, ride or bus trip away!”
  • Recomendado por 198 habitantes locales
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“Surry Hills is famous for its thriving creative scene, high-density population and small-business community. A vibrant suburb on the edge of the city, Surry Hills is where head-turning fashion, gritty graffiti and street art are the norm. Sitchu. ”
  • Recomendado por 122 habitantes locales
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“Fun small bars and restaurants. DGR for great food, music and cocktails. After which Freda's is a must for a Boogie. ”
  • Recomendado por 12 habitantes locales
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“Double Bay is one of Sydney's most wealthy district, favored by many locals, many business man, intellectuals and celebrities. This district is filled with boutique shops and fine dining restaurants. A neighborhood must visit if you want to live like an Australian local.”
  • Recomendado por 53 habitantes locales
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“Walk down the beach, grab a coffee downstairs or go upstairs for lunch with a view 😍”
  • Recomendado por 62 habitantes locales
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“Paddington is a lively, upscale area with busy shops in the Victorian terraced buildings along Oxford Street and Five Ways. A cluster of boutiques at the Intersection showcases Australian design, while Paddington Markets sells trendy crafts and clothes. The galleries of the contemporary art precinct form a local creative hub. Nearby, Reservoir Gardens is a stylish park. Hip bistros and gay bars draw crowds at night.”
  • Recomendado por 66 habitantes locales
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“Sydney’s famous beach suburb just a 15 minute drive away. Do the famous coogee - bondi coastal walk. ”
  • Recomendado por 47 habitantes locales
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“Mosman Village has a lovely strip of shops, eateries, places to purchase food, beverages, fruit and vegetables. Within the area we have Taronga Zoo and several beaches.”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
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“Restaurants/Bars My recommendations for places close by are: Cheapish  Bang Tang: Asian Fusion. Victoria Street (basically walk to the end of Orwell Street it’s on the other side of the road). Really hilarious owners. They usually place really good music too. Top tip: put some mosquito repellent on your ankles – most of the seating is outside.  Friggatoria: Exceptional Italian streetfood. At the beginning of Bayswater Road.  Penny’s Cheese Shop: down Roslyn Street – they do an epic cheese toastie on Saturday mornings.  The Lookout: you have to walk down to Elizabeth Bay and it’s at the bottom of Ithaca Road. A beautiful spot to have breakfast/lunch on the water. Totally casual. My favourites on Llankelly lane:  Joseph Hyde: great breakfast and also open on Friday evenings for drinks. Lovely people!  Orwells: healthy breakfasts and lunches. Really sweet people too.  Room 10: exceptional salads and sandwiches – I really like their coffee. More expensive  Chester White: Relaxed, great vibe. Italian inspired. One of my faves. Down the bottom of Orwell Street.  Et al: Relaxed outdoor dining on Llankelly lane – they are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner during the weekend.  Dear St Eloise: If you look out of the living room window you can see this bar on the corner. They play great music. Good vibes.  Jangling Jacks: My favourite bar in the area. Music is fab and they really look after you there. A bit of an America dive bar vibe. Just walk down Orwell Street and you’re on Victoria Street. It’s just up the road from Bang Tang (walking towards the back entrance of Kings Cross station).  The Roosevelt: opposite this building on Orwell Street. They get technical with the cocktails (Harry Potter style!).  Dulcies: An underground bar, right on the grotty strip of Kings Cross. It’s like a little speakeasy. Great cocktails.  The Rex: get there for happy hour if you can! It’s basically on the opposite side of the Road on Macleay Street.  Apollo: Fantastic Greek food. Kinda fancy. There are some good restaurants on Challis Ave, further down Macleay Street:  Fratelli Paradiso  La Bomba  Lotus 2 There’s so many more. Have a wander ‘round. I walked past a new Japanese place on Victoria Street called Chaco Bar that looks really interesting – haven’t tried it yet. It looks like fun. ”
  • Recomendado por 35 habitantes locales
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“Chatswood is a vibrant shopping precinct with Cinemas and large shopping malls. ”
  • Recomendado por 30 habitantes locales
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“Great cafe culture, awesome buzz throughout the day and great for dining out at night and local pubs”
  • Recomendado por 36 habitantes locales
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“Darlinghurst is a funky, high-energy area with cafes, sleek multicultural restaurants and intimate cocktail bars. Oxford Street, a centre of the city’s LGBT scene, has nightclubs that thump with music, plus stylishly restored pubs. Edgy shops on Crown Street sell records, offbeat fashion and vintage apparel. Art galleries, independent theatre companies and live music venues draw a young, chic crowd.”
  • Recomendado por 29 habitantes locales