The Gallery Tea Lounge - an elegant spot, located at Sheraton on the Park. Enjoy the fashionable ambience in the heart of the city and indulge in a traditional High Tea stand with freshly b...http://www.sheratonontheparksydney.com/thegallerytealounge
Cafés in Sydney
Breakfast and brunch
Sydney’s café culture just got stronger with a handful of top restaurants joining the trend. Efendy’s Sunday menu comprises more than 30 types of Turkish breakfast delicacies. Yellow’s innovative weekend brunch offers include lightly salted sweet-savoury liquorice bread. Weekday mornings at Alpha feature ouzo-cured ocean trout on bagels.
Sydneysiders love to relax and meet at their favourite cafés. What better way to relax than with a cup of coffee, watching the world go by? You'll find cafés that are holistic coffee temples, such as The Grounds of Alexandria and Reuben Hills in Surry Hills. Other cafés double as sought-after bakeries, such as Bourke Street Bakery in Surry Hills, BlackStar Pastry in Newtown, or Adriano Zumbo's patisserie in Balmain. Bills Darlinghurst is a Sydney brunch stalwart.
There are mouth-watering cafés by the harbour, by the beach and even near outdoor swimming pools. One of the best spots to mix and mingle is right by the harbour. Soak up some of the city's most spectacular views from Fort Denison Cafe and Restaurant right in the middle of Sydney Harbour. Or satisfy your chocolate craving and sit with a view of the harbour at Guylian Café in Circular Quay.
North of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, enjoy the harbourside atmosphere at Ripples at Chowder Bay or indulge in some homemade scones and jam on the heritage verandah of Burnt Orange, an elegant 1920s cafe in Mosman. If you're serious about your espresso, pop over to Barefoot Coffee Traders in Manly, or continue along the peninsula to Clareville Kiosk, an airy cottage cafe located on a wharf overlooking Pittwater.
cafés in the eastern suburbs offer plenty of choice popular favourites include the award-winning Three Blue Ducks near Bronte Beach, and fish and chips at Nielsen Park's kiosk. In the inner west, discover the talented baristas at Campos Coffee in Newtown, or Double Roasters and Coffee Alchemy in Marrickville.
Street food in Sydney
Harry's Café de Wheels is a Sydney icon that's been serving tasty pies and peas from a caravan in Woolloomooloo since 1938. A favourite among local late-night revellers, Harry's is now classified by the National Trust of Australia.
Grab a bit of culture with your coffee at one of Sydney's museum cafés. The Museum of Sydney (MoS) Cafe is perfect for long, lazy breakfasts in the sunny forecourt. The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Cafe offers uninterrupted views of the Sydney Opera House from the Sculpture Terrace.
Best of Bondi cafés
Work up an appetite in the surf, on a run along the beachfront promenade, or by following the clifftop walk from Bondi to Coogee. Then linger over a delicious breakfast, brunch or lunch at one of the many cafés near Bondi Beach, such as Lox Stock & Barrel and Bondi Picnic.
Cafés by the beach
Sydney's beaches have as many great cafés as they do great waves, and dining by the sparkling ocean is a treat anytime of the year. Popular cafés include The Crabbe Hole at Bondi Beach, Grind Espresso in Cronulla, the Pilu at Freshwater kiosk, and the Bavarian Bier Café Manly Wharf.
In 2008, Empire Marina Bobbin Head underwent a multi-million dollar re-development. Since then it has proved itself as the most outstanding marina of the area, offering a variety of berths and easy wa...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/ku-ring-gai-chase-national-park/empire-marina-bobbin-head/eat-drink
Sydney's heritage-listed Royal National Park is affectionately known to locals as the 'Nasho' or just 'the Royal'. Established in 1879, it's the world's second-oldest national park. It features unique...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/royal-national-park
The heath-covered clifftops at North Head reveal unending ocean views and a spectacular panorama of the harbour and Sydney skyline. Situated on the northern-most edge of the harbour within sight of Ho...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/sydney-harbour-national-park/north-head/lookout
Australia's second-oldest national park, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is a recreational favourite for locals and visitors alike. This large park, located in Sydney's north, lets you feel at one wit...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/ku-ring-gai-chase-national-park
The MCA Café, located on level four of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia has one of the most spectacular uninterrupted views of Sydney Harbour. The café has a contemporary atmosphere...http://www.mca.com.au/visit/mca-cafe-sculpture-terrace/
Sydney has an abundance of riches when it comes to stunning harbourside destinations, but Nielsen Park is particularly popular, with three large picnic areas near Shark Beach. Visitors looking for an ...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/sydney-harbour-national-park/nielsen-park-cafe-and-halbert-pavilion/eat-drink
Bents Basin, a deep waterhole that forms part of a gorge on the Nepean River between Camden and Penrith, is a perfect place for swimming, canoeing and fishing. If you'd like to keep your feet on dry l...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/bents-basin-state-conservation-area
Filled with significant sites, remarkable landscapes and heritage-listed attractions, Kamay Botany Bay National Park offers an idyllic daytrip from Sydney. Separated by the marine-rich waters of histo...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/kamay-botany-bay-national-park
Set sail for beautiful Akuna Bay, tucked away at the end of Coal and Candle Creek. The popular destination can also be reached by road via the scenic Liberator General San Martin Drive. Bring a pair o...http://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/ku-ring-gai-chase-national-park/akuna-bay/picnic-bbq
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