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You're benchmark is James Bond and money is no object.Set aside a whole day as you board a seaplane (yes, seaplane) from Rose Bay in Sydney and choose a secluded and romantic destination such as The Boathouse Palm Beach
Cocktails and lobster. This is how you do rooftop bar. The Rook has an extensive cocktail list, and many more can be made on order (and quite well at that!). Being a city bar you definitely notice the office crowd, but
Doughtnut Time. People go mad for Doughnut Time. These guys have recently taken Sydney by storm with their super Instagrammable doughnuts with ingenious names to boot – think Messina but doughnuts. My personal fave is
The Barbershop isn't just a clever name for a bar...it actually IS a barbershop! The storefront looks like a classic victorian barbershop but behind the metal door...lies an incredible low-lit vintage gin bar that packs
Baxter Inn has to be one of my favourite hidden bars in Sydney and it's all about whiskey. The baxter goes further than most hidden bars by also being in a hidden basement! On entry to the bar you start to worry where
This revolving restaurant has the best 360 panomrama views of Syndey with the best time to go just before sunset so you can experience light into the night and see Sydney both from a daylight and nightlife perspective.
Learning to sail is fun! There are plenty of qualified sailing schools around, most likely at your nearest yacht club. Go prepared to get wet, wear enclosed white soled shoes and definitely remember to take some
Head down the Circular Quay (you can get there by bus or train) and grab a glass of champagne and soak in the view. There a number of restaurants and bars to choose from, my favourite is the Opera Bar (pictured here).
Zero Degrees Sydney is a fun and quirky go-to place for desserts located in the heart of Sydney's CBD. One of the things that they are most famous for are their 'pufferfish icecream'. This decadent treat is a fish
When I lived in this area, this was my favourite. Not quite cheap enough to be considered a local but a fabulous spot for a drink and a bite to eat after work.Firstly, the cocktails are divine and surprisingly masculine.
I under estimated the recommendations I got to go to this restaurant. OMG! It was such an amazing overall experience. Not only was the food to die for, the view of the Sydney harbour and the Harbour Bridge was a
Periodically, the team behind China Doll, China Lane and Chia Diner put together a progressive dinner for up to 20 guests. The evening begins in the heart of the city, nestled beneath the unexpected beauty of renowned
Bluefish normally has a special on buckets of prawns and a bottle of wine. The view of darling harbour is spectacular from the seats and there's normally a good spot of tourist watching as people stroll by the darling
If I want to feel like I’m taking an expensive vacation without even leaving Sydney, I head down to this hidden little gem inside the Langham Sydney (formerly known as The Observatory Hotel) in Sydney’s Central Business
A great spot to visit, especially if you're with people who have never been to Sydney before. The panoramic views of Sydney Harbour continue to take my breath away each time I go here, and when new visitors come
I love this place, hidden in the bustling traffic of the Haymarket nestled between loads of great Chinese resteraunts ir really stands out from the crowd. It's hands down one of the best icreams I've ever had and I just