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  1. King Street Wharf

    King Street Wharf is a sophisticated waterfront restaurant and tourist precinct which includes exciting international food and beverage offerings as well as arts and cultural events for the public. All premises have...

  2. Rouse Hill House and Farm

    Rouse Hill House and Farm is one of Australia's most culturally important historic properties, not only for its artefacts, furnishings, buildings and gardens, but also because it is the most complete document of...

  3. Goat Island

    Goat Island has long been a significant place in Port Jackson. The island, known as Me-mel by the local Cadigal people, was once inhabited by Bennelong and Barangaroo.Since European settlement, Goat Island...

  4. Neil Grigg Millinery

    In his 30-year career, Neil has created thousands of hats for brides, race-goers and celebrities alike. He has created headwear for theatre productions such as Miss Saigon, 42nd Street, Glimpses and Les Miserables...

  5. The Corner Shop

    Located on the shopping hub of William Street, this stylish and trendy boutique sources the latest fashion from Australia and around the world. They stock labels like Acne, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Eley Kishimoto,...

  6. Gordons Bay

    Gordons Bay is located south of Clovelly Beach and north of Coogee Beach. Access to the bay is only limited to pedestrians via the surrounding streets or the Coastal Walk. Protected by an offshore reef , it is a...

  7. Pelle Recycled Designer Footwear

    Pelle Recycled Designer Footwear is a boutique for individuals and stylists to recycle their pre-loved footwear and for aficionados to browse and purchase Pelle's consignment collection of vintage and recycled shoes...

  8. Kerrie Lowe Gallery

    From household wares to intricate clay figures, Kerrie Lowe Gallery features an array of ceramic pieces. The gallery focuses on contemporary ceramics, but also features a variety of paintings, prints, jewellery and...

  9. Oxford Art Factory

    Inspired by Andy Warhol's 1960s New York Factory, the Oxford Art Factory is an edgy, warehouse-like venue with multiple, flexible performance areas. Visual art, performance art and live music...

  10. The Concourse

    An initiative of Willoughby City Council, The Concourse is the cultural home of the North Shore. It is one of Sydney’s leading entertainment venues, home to a dynamic range of live arts and entertainment.The...

  11. Labyrinth Escape Rooms

    Labyrinth Escape Rooms is Parramatta's first real life escape room!See how your primal instinct comes into play when you are locked in a room for just one hour. Find and use objects that help you...

  12. East Coast Lounge

    East Coast Lounge is an artisan homewares retail store and wine bar situated in historic Chowder Bay, Mosman.East Coast Lounge offer a relaxing atmosphere where you can lounge on beautiful...

  13. The Star

    Travel to the Sydney Harbour foreshore, just moments from Darling Harbour and the central business district and you'll discover The Star, Sydney's premier entertainment destination. Featuring award-winning restaurants...

  14. Lakeside Country Club Camden

    Lakeside Country Club Camden is a par 72 course of 6,400 metres and has been rated 73 by the Australian Golf Union. The only course in Sydney to be designed by five times British Open Winner Peter Thomson AO CBE and...

  15. Mega Mini Golf

    Come and enjoy Mega Mini Golf's American style themed indoor mini golf centre and experience Under the Sea , Pharaoh's Tomb, and the Wild West all in the one 18 hole course. Indoor and air-conditioned venue. The...

  16. Living Edge

    Living Edge supplies beautifully designed furniture to the Australian marketplace. They sell soft furnishings, dining chairs, tables, lounge furniture and collectables.They proudly distribute several premium...

  17. Sydney Jewish Museum

    Since its opening in 1992 the Sydney Jewish Museum has become an integral part of the cultural life of Sydney. The Museum is dedicated to documenting and teaching the history and lessons of the Holocaust. They...

  18. Sirius Cove

    Sirius Cove is a beautiful, protected beach with plenty of shade on the grassy area behind the beach. This is a very popular spot with families and dog lovers, and parking can be hard to come by on the weekends...

  19. Freres Crossing Bushwalk

    A very light grade bushwalk will take you through some beautiful bushland to the Georges River. Filled with native flora, including Gymea lilies, fuchsia heath and grevilleas among other nestled between scribbly gums...

  20. Illoura Picnic Area

    Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Lane Cove River, Illoura picnic area is a great spot for a relaxing day out in Lane Cove National Park, near North Ryde. With plenty of space for family and friends, as well as...

  21. Kaleidoscope Gallery

    Kaleidoscope Gallery is committed to the exposure and exhibition of emerging and mid career artists from Sydney and beyond. An ever changing space of colour and light Kaleidoscope Gallery showcases works from a cross...

  22. Ariel Books

    Established in 1985, Ariel specialise in books on Art and Design, Architecture, Interiors and everything in between.Ariel Books are not all about the coffee-table times, though. There's a wealth of...

  23. Empire Marina Bobbin Head

    Empire Marina Bobbin Head, just north of Sydney, offers berths and boat hire, fishing and on-site dining options catering to every visitor in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.In 2008, Empire Marina Bobbin...

  24. Burrawang walk

    Like the Banks-Solander track, the Burrawang walk begins at the Kurnell Visitor Centre.This easy walk tells the story of the first meeting of European and Aboriginal culture. A soundscape, featuring Aboriginal...

  25. Fibrosa Pavilion

    Fibrosa Pavilion is one of two picnic pavilions in Rouse Hill Regional Park. It’s suitable for small or large gatherings alike, and because it's at the highest point of the park, there are scenic views across the park...

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In a city of its size, history and reputation, you’ll discover a seemingly endless list of sites to see and things to do in Sydney. The first stop on many sightseeing itineraries is Sydney Harbour. This area is home to some of Sydney’s most famous icons, including the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Cruising on a Sydney Ferry is a great way to take in the sights of sounds of Sydney Harbour, with convenient stops located at Luna Park and Taronga Zoo as well.

Visit Sydney’s beautiful sandy beaches to experience some of the city’s best assets for yourself. Bondi Beach is popular among tourists and locals alike. Manly Beach, on the other hand, is a popular alternative for its laid-back atmosphere and excellent surfing opportunities.

Experience Sydney like a local by visiting a market or two. Whether they’re a weekend ritual or a once-a-year affair, Sydney’s markets often deliver if you know where to look. For fresh produce and gourmet goodies, it’s hard to go past The Rocks Foodies Markets. As far as size is concerned, however, Paddy’s Markets beats them all. Paddy’s is great for finding affordable souvenirs, clothing, novelty items, toys and more. After more than 150 years of operation, these markets have become a Sydney institution.