Sydney is a vibrant and active city by the harbours with so many things to do. The harbour, the beaches, the water, the sun and city - take a look at the community's pick of the lot.
There is a Secret Garden hiding along the harbour, a beautiful park that was created by one of Australia's most famous artists wives. The garden was once owned by the Rail Corporation, however they abandoned it leaving
The rooftop here was always a great place to relax in the sun and had a great view of the opera house and sydney's urban surrounds but since the re-design the atmosphere has totally livened up and they've added
Govindas is a staple of Sydney's dating scene. It's been around for about 15-20 years serving its vegetarian buffet to guests before or after a unique 'first-class' lay-down movie experience. Great food and a the movies
Take a picnic basket down to Balmoral on a hot summer day and take shelter under the trees that line the foreshore while peering out across the harbour. There are a couple of busses that go there from wynyard, mosman,
At the finger wharves near dawes point in the city there's a car in the middle of a round about with a huge rock on top of it so it's all smashed up. Over time it's been painted on and kicked in but it makes for good
There's no need to fork out up to $300+ to climb the bridge, the cheaper alternative is to take a trip up to the north-east pylon. There's a museum inside and you get the same breath taking views as the bridge climb
Kevin Bacon is the hog-in-residence at The Grounds in Alexandria. Great place to get a coffee & chill out in their expansive gardens. Baked goods are great, but watch out for the crowds - it gets quite busy in there.
The Entertainment Quarter (Formerly Fox Studios) is situated central to the inner east. Their cinemas are great, and there's a gold class lounge there too, as well as nearby bowling, restaurants & bars
Moore park is a great spot for a walk, picnic, jog or quick game of football. There's not much parking, but it's easily accessible by public transport, and best of al, it has some great views.
There's a great little cafe that overlooks the water at clovelly beach. They are usually super busy, but it's a great spot to sit in the sun & relax. Theya re also licensed which is really cool.
Go for a bike ride around Centennial park. It's about 4ks per lap, and watch out for the slow incline.. it gets to you after a while! The speed limit is 30km/h for cars AND bikes.
Thursday nights they do hillbilly food at the norfolk. It's awesome. Get the chicken + Ribs.
Right in the middle of Chinatown is eating world, the most awesome place in the world. Get the combination Chow Mien, AKA 'Floor Sweepings'. Chili negates infection...
The rolls here are off the hook, it's roast pork crunched up with the crackling included on a bed of vietnamese style salad. The things are mindblowing and it's open stupid late if you get hungry after a big night out.
Award winning Chef Ajoy Joshi begins his class (after you've had a quick lesson in hygiene & kitchen ettiquite) by explaining that of all the food regions in India, 90% of them do not produce a curry. The venue is