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Visit Sydney: Your Travel Guide

On a sunny day, the waters of Sydney Harbour glisten like shards of sapphire, reflecting the iconic Opera House that needs no introduction. But the city’s heart and soul lie in the warmth and charm of its communities.

Things to Do in Sydney

Sydney Tower Eye and SKYWALK
Sydney Tower Eye and SKYWALK loom in the skyline like a giant needle. Stand on the glass platforms at the observation deck of Sydney’s highest attraction to enjoy a bird’s-eye view of the city; it's definitely not for the squeamish! The tower also features a 4D cinema, two revolving restaurants and a bar.
Level 5/Westfield Centre 100 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000
Open every day 9 am – 9:30 pm
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
Discover life under the sea without getting your feet wet. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is centrally located in Darling Harbour and is home to 700 animal species. The aquarium has 14 zones to explore including Shark Valley, Dugong Island and the Bay of Rays. For a closer look, take a behind the scenes tour, ride in a glass bottom boat, or enjoy a day in the life of an aquarist!
1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000
Open every day 9:30 am – 7 pm
Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain
A long time ago, Old McDonald had a farm, which became an enormous domain. The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain are at the site of Australia’s first farm. Peruse the Art Gallery of New South Wales or explore the grounds of the historic Government House. The Farm Cove walk takes you from the Opera House to Lady Macquarie’s Chair, which is a spectacular lookout point.
Mrs Macquaries Road Sydney NSW 2000
Open every day 9 am – 5:30 pm
Sydney Opera House
What do the Sydney Philharmonic, Dave Chappelle and Verdi’s Rigoletto have in common? Absolutely nothing, other than the fact that you’ll catch everything from opera to rock concerts, and stand-up comedy to Shakespearean tragedy inside this world-famous iconic building. Go behind the scenes with a guided tour or dine at one of the nearby restaurants.
Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000
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Sydney Harbour Bridge
If you’re ok with extraordinary heights, then it's time to grab your gear and start climbing! Scale the 200 steps to the Pylon Lookout atop the world’s tallest steel arch bridge. It has a breathtakingly beautiful 360-degree panorama at 440 feet above sea level. If you're afraid of heights, you can always drive, bike or walk between the Business District and Sydney’s North Shore.
Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW 2000
Luna Park
Luna Park at the foot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is fun central! Pass under the iconic smiling face and into this theme park filled with rides, entertainment and adventure. Brave the Wild Mouse roller coaster or experience the supernatural sensation of sticking to the walls on The Rotor. Enjoy the harbor views from the top of the Ferris wheel.
1 Olympic Dr, Milsons Point NSW 2061
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Taronga Zoo
Charles Darwin would be grabbing his magnifying glass to examine the enormous range of species that call Taronga Zoo home. With a collection of 350 animal species, there are hosts of keeper talks and shows to check out – don’t miss the seals and the free-flight bird show. You can get up close and personal with an animal encounter, feed a giraffe, or even hold a snake!
Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman NSW 2088
Open every day 9:30 am – 4:30 pm; changes seasonally
Port Jackson
The Opera House and Harbour Bridge might be the crown jewels of Sydney, but the real treasure is 150 miles of pristine shoreline. Also known as Sydney Harbour, this large body of water is surrounded by beaches, bays and parks, including Sydney Harbour National Park. You’ll find native wildlife, bushwalks and protected island sanctuaries ready to be explored.
Sydney NSW 2000
Bondi Beach
Slip on your red swimming trunks and reenact the opening theme to "Baywatch" on Bondi Beach. Filled with beautiful young people who have a reputation for being slightly older than their body parts, Bondi is über-trendy, and a great place to soak up the sun. People-watch over a latte, then check out the surf shops on lively Campbell Parade or take the Bondi-to-Coogee coastal walk.
Queen Elizabeth Drive, Sydney NSW 2026
Manly Beach
At Manly Beach, every afternoon is the adventure of a lifetime. Swim between the red and yellow flags or take on the waves with a surf lesson. The Oceanway Walk takes you to Shelley Beach, a fantastic spot for snorkeling and exploring the rock pools. Check out The Corso, a strip of shops and restaurants, or have a picnic of fish and chips on the promenade.
Manly, Sydney NSW 2095
Sydney Ferry Tour of the Harbour
Where better to see the Sydney sights than from the water? Hop on a harbor ferry to get a whole new angle on the city’s iconic shoreline. The 20-minute trip from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour is a shortcut to close-up views of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, and the historic Manly Ferry cruises out to the stylish northern suburbs.
Sydney Harbour National Park
This stretch of protected shoreline covers some of Sydney Harbour’s best hiking trails and swimming spots. Ferries shuttle day-trippers between the islands and headlands of the Sydney Harbour National Park for peaceful coastal walks, whale-watching sessions, or seaside picnics with jaw-dropping views of the city's skyline.
Sydney Harbour
Is there anything better than ringing in the New Year with fireworks overhead and a glass of champagne in hand? Well, relaxing on a boat in Sydney Harbour—with the world-famous bridge silhouetted in front of you—is pretty hard to beat. Rent your own boat or book early with a cruise company to avoid missing out on this breathtaking scene.
The Star
When it comes to celebrating New Year's Eve in style, The Star is at the center of the universe. Packed with upscale restaurants and chic bars, this casino sparkles with glitzy partiers counting down the clock with bubbly in hand. If you have a feeling that next year's going to be your year, give the roulette table a whirl!
Sydney's Harbour Islands
A classy meal, a Caribbean carnival, or some camping with the family under the stars? Sydney Harbour’s legendary island parties have something for everyone on New Year’s Eve. Head to Clark Island for a romantic dinner, hit the dance floor on Shark Island, or pack your deck chair and take in the amazing fireworks from Cockatoo Island.

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Traveler's Reviews & Photos

Very Good
Lovely beaches and sights easily accessible therefore suitable for most holiday makers. Shopping too Loved the Rocks. Ate at Circular Quay with a view of the bridge.
United Kingdom
September 24, 2017
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Sydney is busy and we only went there for a fundraiser. Sydney is over priced cannot find a decent place that is affordable to dine in at. Parking is a nightmare lucky we trained it there saved us lots of money
September 24, 2017
We snagged great weather for eating out and walking around the city. Transport easy and lots of options! Hyde park just around the corner from hotel! Eating out on the harbour at night was glorious.
September 24, 2017
It was a short work to darling habour Witch was good ..close to markets gardens china town ect was great found a place on the habour good price . I enjoyed walking around gowing around on the farrier .
September 25, 2017
Easy commute to most city areas, parking at the hotel was a bonus, transport was easily accessible , e.g, train to city centre
September 24, 2017

Accommodations and Hotels in Sydney

Swissôtel Sydney

9.1 Wonderful

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Hyatt Regency Sydney

8.5 Very Good

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Novotel Sydney Darling Harbour

8.1 Very Good

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Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

9 Wonderful

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Hyde Park Inn

8.3 Very Good

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Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney

9 Wonderful

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Four Seasons Hotel Sydney

8.9 Excellent

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ibis Sydney Darling Harbour

7.8 Good

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Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel

8.8 Excellent

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Discover Sydney

Popular Neighborhoods in Sydney

Sydney Central Business District

188 properties

Sydney’s "CBD" is a hive of commercialism. Shopping is the star attraction – explore the Queen Victoria Building and Pitt Street for luxury and brand-name stores, or venture to The Strand for boutiques. Hyde Park is Sydney's heart. When night falls, trendy wine bars and flashy nightclubs come to life.


76 properties

One of Sydney's most stunning beaches, Bondi radiates health and vitality. Enjoy coffee at one of the seafront cafes or a jog along the promenade. You can also take a breathtaking coastal sea walk to Coogee. Westfield Bondi Junction is a shopping mecca, and at night the streets come to life with bars and live music.


60 properties

Manly is brimming with natural beauty and outdoor activities. The golden sands and azure waves of Manly Beach are the centerpiece. Stroll to tranquil Shelley Beach, or enjoy the stunning views at Sydney Harbour National Park. Dive with Grey Nurse Sharks at Manly Sea Life Sanctuary, take surf lessons, or go parasailing and biking.

Potts Point

45 properties

The tree-lined streets, historic buildings and quaint shops give Potts Point a Parisian feel. Heaven for foodies, there’s no shortage of bars and restaurants. Stroll down to Embarkation Park. Nightlife is more refined here than in Kings Cross, but the residents still party hard! Enjoy Beach Haus or partying at "The Backroom."


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Darlinghurst is trendy, alternative and fabulously quirky. Sydney’s annual Mardi Gras takes place against the backdrop of Oxford Street’s colorful vintage, retro and boutique stores. Visit the area’s art galleries or listen to live music at the Oxford Art Factory.


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Home to Sydney’s enormous Chinatown, there’s no shortage of restaurants in this area. Discover science and design exhibitions at the Powerhouse Museum, or rummage for a bargain at vibrant Paddy’s Markets. Join the locals on Friday night and wander through Chinatown for dinner, then top the night off with karaoke or cocktails!


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As Sydney’s second business hub, Parramatta is full of history and modern development. Westfield Parramatta is a five-story shopping mecca, with nearly 500 shops. Church Street is lined with outdoor dining. Escape the bustle in the natural haven of Parramatta Park. For activities, try Parramatta War Memorial Swimming Pool or the Riverside Theatre.

Kings Cross

28 properties

The bright lights of Kings Cross sum up its atmosphere perfectly – flashy, brash and a bit loud. "The X" (in local lingo) is the city’s premier nightlife area. There’s an abundance of restaurants, clubs and bars, and the area can get rowdy on Friday and Saturday nights!


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Chinatown is bustling with color, taste and culture the whole year round. Allow yourself at least once to be drawn into one of the restaurants serving yum cha (traditional Chinese lunch). Market City is home to Asian specialty shops, as well as Paddy’s Market, which is full of fresh produce and souvenirs.

Darling Harbour

16 properties

You’ll never run out of things to do here. WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Star Casino, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and Madame Tussauds provide hours of fun, and kids will love the playground at Tumbalong Park. King Street Wharf is a hive of activity day and night, filled with harbor-side restaurants, shopping, bars and clubs.

The Rocks

13 properties

Spend an afternoon wandering the cobblestone lanes of this historic district, or enjoy a beer in some of Australia's oldest pubs. Marvel at the stunning 360-degree view from the Pylon Lookout at the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge, or absorb the splendors of the Museum of Contemporary Art.

Local Tips for Sydney

Sarah by Sarah

Sarah's spent her whole life in Sydney and loves the beaches and nightlife.

Ivy is a wonderland of dining, cocktails and beautiful people where "Sydneysiders" love to play! Enjoy a cocktail or catch some of the world’s hottest DJs playing at Pacha Sydney nightclub. On a summer Sunday, dip your toes in the rooftop pool; the Marco Polo pool party sizzles into the evening.

  • 1/330 George St, Sydney NSW 2000
  • Open Monday to Friday 12:00 – Late, Saturday 8:30 – Late
Wet'n'Wild Sydney
Lara by Lara

Lara loves to hike, picnic, and admire the beautiful scenery in the Blue Mountains.

Wet'n'Wild Sydney is the best place to spend a summer day. One of the world’s biggest water-themed parks, it includes the double Sky Coaster, a Tropical Cyclone and even a beach with white sandy shores. The 40 slides and attractions cater to everyone, even the kids with their own Wet'n'Wild Junior Zone.

Baxter Inn
Cassandra by Cassandra

Travel-crazy Cassandra loves Sydney's restaurants, especially those in Bondi, Crow's Nest and The Rocks.

For a local experience in Sydney, I recommend the Baxter Inn, a whiskey bar in the heart of the CBD. This converted basement bar has 156 choices of whiskey, as well as all your old favorites. For great service, free pretzels and fun, be sure to check it out!

  • Basement/152-156 Clarence St, Sydney NSW 2000
  • Open Monday to Saturday 4 pm – 1 am
Shelley Beach
Neil by Neil

Outdoor enthusiast Neil enjoys the countless opportunities for swimming, surfing and bushwalking in Sydney.

Away from the crowds of tourists, Shelly Beach is just a short walk from Manly. Protected from the ocean swell by a reef, enjoy use of the free barbecues or snacks from the kiosk. Take a stroll on the track around the cape, offering spectacular views of the Northern Beaches and North Head.

  • Shelley Beach, Manly
  • Open every day.
Tristan by Tristan

Australian-American Tristan loves breakfast at an awesome café, followed by an afternoon at the beach.

Kürtősh is a small cake/pastry café conveniently located on Crown St. in the heart of trendy Surry Hills. Picture this: little tables, tiny stools, dim lighting and endless shelves full of amazing cakes. Best of all, you can purchase cakes by weight, so you can choose the size of your piece!

  • 604-606 Crown Street Surry Hills NSW 2010
  • Open weekdays 7 am – 10 pm, weekends 8 am – 10 pm
Berkelouw Paddington Bookshop & Cafe
Christina by Christina

Christina has been around the world and is sure that nothing compares to Aussie produce and flavors.

Berkelouw Paddington Bookshop & Cafe have books, wine and great coffee. Peruse a large range of new, rare and secondhand books then sink into a good read with a drink in hand. They also serve tasty treats and play host to great events like book launches and writer’s nights.

  • 19 Oxford St, Sydney NSW 2000
  • Open Sunday to Thursday 9:30 am – 10 pm, Friday and Saturday 9:30 am – 11 pm
Plan B Small Club
Leyne by Leyne

Leyne plays gigs around Sydney’s Inner West and her life is filled with music.

Plan B Small Club in the city center presents local and international bands and DJs, like AC/DC, The Presets and You Am I. A visit to Plan B Small Club can see you moshing to post-punk, dancing to Hawaiian pop and sipping cocktails while listening to 50's vinyl, all in one night!

Bronte Beach
Luke by Luke

Luke has called Sydney home for 7 years and surfs every day.

My favorite surf spot in Sydney is Bronte Beach. It’s located in the eastern suburbs, just south of Bondi. In the correct weather conditions, there is also an incredible right hand reef break. In addition, Bronte has a lovely cliff walk, linking to nearby beaches.

  • Bronte Beach, Bronte, Waverley
  • Open every day.
Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust
Andrew by Andrew

Londoner Andrew has lived in Sydney for two years and enjoys Sydney’s bars and restaurants.

Sydney Cricket & Sports Ground Trust is an international sporting venue complex that hosts a range of sports. No matter what type of ticket you buy, each venue in the complex has great views of the playing field. These venues are easily accessible to the surrounding city pubs and bars.

Inner City Eats
Bernadette by Bernadette

Kiwi Bernadette has spent 15 years in Sydney living everywhere from Parramatta to Bondi.

The inner city is full of tasty treats! Chicken Laksa on Hunter Street is a must. Spice I Am on Wentworth Street has the best Thai you’ll ever eat! If you’re a fan of dumplings, check out Din Tai Fung at World Square. BBQ King serves delicious roast pork!

  • 680 George St, Sydney NSW 2000

Public transport was convenient but bus drivers very rude and unfriendly and unhelpful! In other country's the buses have signs telling you the next stop not in Sydney! You get on the bus and have no idea when to get off! The taxi drivers are also very rude and unfriendly, not a first good impression when you arrive into the country!

being part of the audience at reality TV show X Factor. Fantastic experience to see behind the scenes but need to be aware of how much time it takes!

Use the Sydney public transport system. Taxi's and rental cars are too expensive. Trains are frequent and ferries will take you anywhere.

There are great factory outlets in Surry hills or catch a train ti Green Square for more shopping outlets

We travel from interstate regularly for music performances. Always excellent entertainment

This was mostly enjoyment of the harbors and docks, with ships and a picturesque quality.

Markets are great ie. Glebe and Paddington

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Sydney Transportation


Kingsford Smith is Australia’s busiest airport, and a town in its own right with some 200 shops and a range of restaurants. Airport Link trains are the fastest way into the city and depart every 10 minutes. A taxi to the center will cost you 45 to 55 AUD. For bus services, there are clearly marked bus stops on the arrivals level outside the terminal. Shuttle services and car rentals are also available.


Central Station is the hub of the Sydney Trains network. Connect to suburban, intercity, country and interstate trains here. Many bus services depart from the adjacent Eddy Avenue and Chalmers Street or from the nearby Railway Square on George Street. Coach bus services depart from Eddy Avenue. Taxi stands are at most major exits.


Sydney’s fleet of air-conditioned buses connects the entire city and is one of the faster ways to get around, thanks to the city’s dedicated bus lanes. Look for the dark blue and yellow signs; timetables are displayed at most stops. Tickets are available on board or at stations, newsstands and convenience stores. For something different, purchase a ticket for the Sydney Explorer bus – these red open-top, double-decker buses stop at 34 of Sydney’s major attractions.


Sydney’s major taxi stands are at Western Forecourt, Elizabeth Street and the corner of Chalmers and Devonshire Streets. It’s easiest to hail a taxi on the street (if the light’s on, it’s available). Taxis are convenient but expensive – drivers might ask where you’re going before they let you in. If you’re traveling late at night, there’s an hour when no taxis are around (usually 3 am); drivers usually change shifts after pubs close.

Light Rail

Sydney’s Light Rail network connects Central Station with Sydney’s Inner West area, extending to Lilyfield. The network has a limited reach and number of stops, so it’s easier and more convenient to take the train or bus to the districts further outside the city. To find light rail stops, look for red signs with "Tram Stop" in white. Tickets are available at ticket machines as well as station ticket offices.


Several roads run between Kingsford Smith Airport and the city. There are plenty of car rental desks at the airport. Some of these roads incur toll charges, so plan your journey accordingly. With lots of traffic congestion, driving in the city can be intimidating for first-time visitors. Although free on-street parking is virtually non-existent, there are plenty of expensive parking garages that are clearly marked throughout the city.

Food in Sydney

Top Restaurants in Sydney

Upscale Dining
360 Bar and Dining

Boasting 360 degree, revolving views of the Sydney skyline, 360 Bar and Dining offers a sophisticated dining experience. It features seasonal menus, made from the freshest local produce.

  • Reception Level 4, Westfield Centre, Pitt & Castlereagh Sts, CBD, NSW 2000
  • Open weekdays 12:00–14:00 and 17:30–21:00, weekends 17:30–21:00
  • 0061 282233883
Mid-Range Fare

Featuring a friendly yet intimate ambience, Subsolo offers a range of delicious Spanish cuisine. Enjoy tapas, paella and the specialty spit roaster grills.

Mid-Range Fare
Holy Basil

Set in a modern space inside the Shark Hotel, Holy Basil offers a delicious menu of Thai and Laos fusion. A great selection of stir-fries, curries and noodles, and make sure you try the deep-fried ice cream for dessert!

Mid-Range Fare
GPO Cheese and Wine Room

Dubbed Sydney’s temple of cheese, GPO Cheese and Wine Room is designed with the feel of an underground artisan cheese cellar. Enjoy à la carte options or truly indulge in a selection of cheese and chocolate fondue platters.

Upscale Dining
Rockpool Bar & Grill

Enjoy sophisticated dining in the elegant dining room of an Art Deco skyscraper at Rockpool Bar & Grill. With friendly service and excellent produce, you can sample wood fire grilled meats and seafood. Enjoy an after dinner drink at the bar.

Upscale Dining

Located on level 4 of the ivy, Uccello is set in beautiful surrounds boasting views of the rooftop pool. The menu offers rustic Italian dishes, with simple yet stunning presentation.

Mid-Range Fare
Jamie's Italian

Featuring an industrial, rustic vibe, Jamie’s Italian is adorned with metal chairs, graffiti walls and an energetic vibe. Enjoy fresh handmade pasta or try the impressive antipasti plank. But be prepared–queue.

Mid-Range Fare
Frankie's Pizza

Set in a basement bar, Frankie’s Pizza is a cheesy Italian pizza place with a rock’n’roll twist. Chow down on a thin crust pizza then head–the back bar for a drink and a game of pinball.

Cheap Eats
Ichi-ban Boshi

Located in the heart of the city, Ichi-ban Boshi offers delicious Japanese takeaway food. There’s a large variety of tapas-style entrees, as well as the tradition noodle and rice favourites.

Mid-Range Fare

The perpetual line outside Mamak’s door is testament–their consistently incredible food. Light and tissue thin, their roti canai is the stuff dreams are made of.

  • 15 Goulburn St, Haymarket, NSW 2000
  • Open Sunday–Thursday 11:30–14:30 and 17:30–22:00, Friday–Saturday 11:30–14:30 and 17:30–02:00
  • 0061 292111668
Upscale Dining

Overlooking Japanese gardens and decorated with eclectic art, Tetsuya’s offers a serene city dining experience. The restaurant features a 10-course degustation menu, with a matching wine course.

  • 529 Kent St, CBD, NSW 2000‎
  • Open Tuesday–Friday 18:00–00:00, Saturday 12:00–16:00 and 18:30–00:00, Sunday 12:00–00:00
  • 0061 292672900
Upscale Dining
Braza Churrascaria

For a delicious Brazilian BBQ experience head–Braza Churrascaria! Indulge your inner carnivore as waiters bring offerings of various meat skewers–your table. Head–the bar afterwards–try traditional sugar cane spirit!

Mid-Range Fare

Enjoy relaxed, al fresco dining whilst taking in the water views of Cockle Bay. Baia THE ITALIAN offers a variety of traditional Italian dishes, from fresh seafood–pastas and pizzas.

Mid-Range Fare
Blackbird Café

Perched on the balcony level of Cockle Bay Wharf, Blackbird Café offers beautiful food and an extensive menu. Enjoy steak, pasta, seafood or even try the kangaroo! There’s even a live DJ on Friday and Saturday nights!

Upscale Dining
The Meat & Wine Co

Boasting spectacular views of the city skyline and Darling Harbour, The Meat & Wine Co is a sophisticated, but relaxed steakhouse. Enjoy a mouthwatering selection of steaks, ribs and flame-grilled skewers.

  • Level 1, IMAX Theatre Complex/31 Wheat Rd, Darling Harbour, NSW 2000‎
  • Open Sunday–Thursday 12:00–22:00, Friday–Saturday 12:00–23:00
  • 0061 292119888
Upscale Dining
Miga Restaurant

This upscale eatery boasts traditional Korean BBQ in a trendy, modern setting. Enjoy your favourite Korean favourites like bulgogi, bibimbap or seafood pancakes, washed down with an inventive soju cocktail.

  • Shop 34,1 Dixon St, Haymarket, NSW 2000
  • Open every day 16:00–02:30
  • 0061 292610888
Mid-Range Fare
BBQ King

BBQ King has been a Sydney institution since 1979, and their popularity doesn’t seem–be waning. Late-night revelers can indulge in roast duck pancakes and pork belly with the locals.

  • 18 Goulburn St, Haymarket, NSW 2000
  • Open every day 10:00–02:00
  • 0061 292672586
Upscale Dining

Located within a restored wool-trade factory, Shipleys offers gourmet breakfast and sumptuous buffet and à la carte dinners. Delight in the freshest seafood and international cuisines.

Mid-Range Fare
Miso Japanese Restaurant

Known for its tasty pork katsu, bento boxes and blended fruit smoothies, Miso Japanese Restaurant is hidden away inside Sydney’s World Square complex.

Upscale Dining

With a cosy and intimate setting, Beppi’s has been serving up the freshest Italian classics for many years. Enjoy exceptional service and authentic pasta, seafood and meat dishes.

Upscale Dining
Red Lantern on Riley

Set within a designer space inspired by French Colonial Vietnam, Red Lantern on Riley offers an extensive menu with a focus on shared dishes. Enjoy rice paper rolls and crisp rice flour crepes.

  • 60 Riley St, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010
  • Open Tuesday–Wednesday 18:00–23:00, Thursday–Friday 12:00–15:00 and 18:00–23:00, weekends 18:00–23:00
  • 0061 296984355
Upscale Dining
Nick's Seafood Restaurant

Overlooking the shores of Darling Harbour, Nick’s Seafood Restaurant offers a delectable seafood dining experience. Enjoy the flavours of oysters, char-grilled seafood and the stunning Nick’s seafood platter.

  • The Promenade, Cockle Bay Wharf, Darling Harbour, NSW 2000‎
  • Open Monday–Thursday 11:30–15:00 and 17:30–22:00, Friday–Saturday 11:30–15:00 and 17:30–23:00, Sunday 11:30–22:00
  • 0061 292641212
Mid-Range Fare
Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill

The water views complement the relaxed atmosphere and delicious flavours at Georges Mediterranean Bar & Grill. Enjoy fresh and vibrant dishes, then head–the bar–round the night out with a cocktail.

Upscale Dining
Golden Century Seafood Restaurant

Open until 4 am every day, this award-winning restaurant boasts an extensive wine list, and you can take your pick of lobster, crab or abalone from the tanks on display.

Mid-Range Fare

If you enjoy participating in your meal experience, the Korean BBQ at Dae Jang Kum is a late-night staple. Make sure you try the banchan, the hotpot and the mouthwatering soups!

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