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Sydney has always been the gateway to a new world. with its approx. 6 million people, it is home to 20% of Australia’s population.The Harbour City offers a waterside life close to ports, harbours and beaches all over the place. From the world’s iconic Sydney Harbour Front to Manly Beach and the not-so-crowded Eastern Suburbs of the city, this city has always offered placed to escape the busy corporate and business life to locals and travellers alike. 

Places nearby, such as the Blue Mountains Region, the Central Coast of New South Wales north of Sydney and the Grand Pacific Drive to the south makes Sydney only the starting point of one’s greater Australian journey. Nevertheless, no one should skip the beautiful spots that the Capital of New South Wales can offers to domestic tourists and travellers from all over the world alike.  

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The Rocks

In the shadows of the world’s famous Sydney Harbour Bridge lies a neighborhood full of history and heritage that tells the story of Australia’s earliest hours as a British colony. With lots of cafés, souvenir shops, historic pubs, and The Rock’s Weekly market with its 100 stalls, this area is hugely popular amongst locals and tourists. Its proximity to Sydney Harbour makes it a perfect location to stay. 

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Coogee

Coogee is one of the most popular suburbs around Sydney that is famous for its beaches and ambient that truly reflects the no-worries mentality that most travellers get in touch with shortly after touch-down in Australia. The world’s famous Bondi-to-Coogee-Walk welcomes those from Bondi Beach with nice views, lookouts and cafés to unwind and take a break.

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Three Williams Café

Located in Sydney’s innere-suburb of Redfern, Three Williams Cafe is a prominent house name for Sydneyers. You will probably fall in love with this place, especially when you are a fanatic of minimalistic interior, mixed with raw wood as seating places. Three Williams serve seasonal food and focusses on locally produced ingredients that can serve best its customers. 

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Barangaroo House

Barangaroo House that genuinely represents modern Australian cuisine at its best. Its prominent location at Darling Harbour Front makes it a first-class address to those who love contemporary modern food served with cocktails and outdoor seatings. This place does offer an authentic Sydney ambient and is a must-to-do activity for those who truly want to experience Sydney during their summer vacations.

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Bennelong

If you have ever wondered whether you can have a truly unique experience inside Sydney’s Opera House, then Bennelong might be the best choice for you. Managed by one of Australia’s best chefs, Peter Gilmore, Bennelong truly takes care that customers experience all of what Australia’s contemporary cuisine has to offer. Nation-grown flavours only find their way to Bennelong and to your tummy. Take a look at their menu and be inspired of what you can anticipate. 

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Manly

In stark contrast to Sydney’s busy city life, Manly offers holiday-vibes, a true ‘no-worries’ lifestyle, sunshine and beaches. While this particular area has become a cult over the years, its popularity has made it a frequent target of travellers and locals alike. However, a Sydney visit should never be without a day in Manly. Enjoy yourself at Manly’s beaches, have fun with the waves and the lookouts that Manly provides to you. With a convenient ferry ride from Circular Quary, Manly is always reachable to everyone.

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Watsons Bay

As one of the lesser known areas of Sydney, Watsons Bay truly provides an escape from the mass tourists and crowds of the city’s business district in exchange for impressive lookouts, food and walk. You can take a ferry Circular Quary to Watsons Bay Wharf. Don’t forget to enjoy the incredible ride and view to Sydney’s Opera House if you go back to your accommodation.

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Bondi to coogee Walk

When you walk around the West Coast area, you shouldn’t skip to explore the storytelling of Chinese arts and tragedy at Haw Par Villa. Originially built up and managed by a family, this place enjoys much exposure by local people. On top of it, it is totally free for everyone and easily accessible by the Circle Line. Just alight at Haw Par Villa MRT station and turn right.

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blue mountains

Blue Mountains belongs to one of the must-to-see-once-in-a-lifetime activities, especially when you visit Sydney. Approx. 100km away from Sydney’s central business district, it’s a convenient and easy all-day activity that you should take into account. Enjoy marvelous views form lookouts, walks and the Australian flora and fauna spirit. From Sydney’s central station, it takes approx. 2 hours to get to Katoomba with the Blue Mountains Line. 

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