THE PLACE TO HAVE BREAKFAST
One of the best places to eat in Sydney is The
Boathouse at Balmoral Beach. Walking in, you are immediately greeted by colourful baskets of flowers
and tubs of fresh coconuts. The menu is modern and relaxed, with an abundance of fresh local produce to
enjoy while you soak up the seaside surroundings.
DRINK IN SOME CULTURE
No trip to Sydney is complete without a trip to the
Museum of Contemporary Art. Overlooking Circular
Quay, this grand Art Deco building is full of thought provoking contemporary art by emerging and
established artists from Australia and around
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THE BEST RESTAURANTS IN TOWN
Eating fish and chips on Bondi Beach is a
quintessential Aussie experience, but if you’re
after something a little more upmarket, head to
Mr. Wong. Mr. Wong is a restaurant (not a person!) that pays homage to classic Chinese cuisine with a
DRINK AND PARTY LIKE A LOCAL
After dinner, head downstairs to Palmer and Co and
be transported to the era of prohibition. This
1920s-style bar serves up an extensive array of
delicious cocktails created by dapper barmen and
dazzling flapper waitresses. This bar exudes glamour
from a bygone age.
24 hours in
If you want to soak up everything that Sydney has to
offer then you need to book a hotel in the heart of the
city. My choice is the Westin Sydney, part of the redevelopment of Sydney's historic General Post Office
in Martin Place. Here you can take a stroll to explore Sydney’s boutiques and cozy cafes. My top spots for
some serious retail therapy? Pitt Street Mall and the
Queen Victoria Building – also home to two gorgeous PANDORA stores
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Lunch in Sydney is best served by the water. Situated above a swimming pool on Bondi Beach, Icebergs
Dining Room and Bar offers stunning views of
Sydney's most famous beach. The delicious Italian
cuisine almost rivals the gorgeous view – almost!
TAKE A STROLL AND SEE THE SIGHTS
Wander the charming cobblestone streets of The
Rocks, the historic precinct where Sydney began.
From there take a walk around Circular Quay, past
the iconic Sydney Opera House and to the magnificent Royal Botanic Gardens. From there you’ll have
a sweeping view of the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge — the perfect setting for a selfie.
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