Dec 16 2008

Sydney, New South Wales

Published by at 11:45 am under New South Wales

Bursting with character, Sydney is a vibrant city catering to all your desires whether you seek exhilaration and exploration or 100% relaxation. Discover Sydney’s unique blend of dining, shopping and recreation options in one of the world’s most attractive city environments.

The personality of Sydney’s dining scene is as distinctive as the city itself, reflecting its multicultural diversity and willingness to embrace new things. Find a fresh approach to flavour combinations at numerous gourmet restaurants, many of which are on the harbour and enjoy outstanding views. While high-end dining experiences are plentiful cafe society thrives in Sydney’s inner precincts and beaches. Paddington and Balmain have flourishing pub-dining scenes and quality food is also on offer at historic pubs in The Rocks.

Sydney’s shopping offers everything your heart could desire. The City Centre is home to major retail centres offering a range of boutiques and specialty stores, and international designers including DKNY, Versace and Gucci. Find Australian designers such as Morrissey, Collette Dinnigan and Alannah Hill in Oxford Street, Paddington.

Recreation is a specialty of Sydney’s, a city that takes full advantage of its natural environs. Soak up Sydney life on the Bondi to Bronte coastal walk, just one of many on offer. The Rose Bay to Watson’s Bay and The Spit to Manly walks hug the harbour offering spectacular views. Challenge yourself by climbing Sydney’s Harbour Bridge or enjoy a thrilling jet-boat jaunt.

Gain an insight into Sydney Harbour’s history on a cruise, or board a yacht to explore the harbour’s hidden coves. For further relaxation experience the holiday feel of Sydney’s Northern Beaches stretching from Manly to Palm Beach. Escape to Outer Sydney to explore areas steeped in history and rich in natural beauty.

Feel free to take part in the Sydney experience, tasting the lifestyle along the way.

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25 responses so far

25 Responses to “Sydney, New South Wales”

  1. royevans1987on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    I’m from the UK and …
    I’m from the UK and will be visiting Melbourne, Sydney and Cairns in March. I’m looking forward to seeing all the places and can’t understand why people argue so much over cities. Just be proud of what your country has!

  2. m3lbourn3OwnSydneyon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am


  3. anglelovesmakeupon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am


  4. sisc108on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    what a load of crap …
    what a load of crap. You need loads of money to live here or it sucks.

    I’ve lived in cities all over the world. Sydney feels desperate and stingy, everyone is just chasing money here.

  5. paddlebombon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Sydney is tooooo …
    Sydney is tooooo magnificant!! so grateful i live here =]

  6. rudsyn1on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    so what are you …
    so what are you doing in a sydney site then stick?

  7. rudsyn1on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    to “gionniba” so, …
    to “gionniba” so, you live in england huh? well obviously you cant even spell or type the language. if the english laughs at us so much then why are most of them are immigrating to oz? is that because people like you are over there ruining it for everyone? hahaha. Australia was colonized by the brits and we still retain the union jack because australia is still part of the commonwealth and british monarch YOU ING DUMB .

  8. loveincentralparkon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    stop arguing over …
    stop arguing over sydney and melbourne….
    i live in adelaide…at least you guys don’t live here :S

  9. C3ltics24on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    lol @ the pathetic …
    lol @ the pathetic children arguing over Sydney vs Melbourne, grow up and think that maybe we are lucky to have such great cities. Both cities are world class, sydney is so spectacular, more so than basically any other city on the planet and Melbourne is the complete package. Great dining, nightlife, awesome sporting events, style capital etc etc.

  10. pazabaza1on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Wow your so proud! …
    Wow your so proud! I lived in sydney for 4yrs & fell inlove with it. Sydney harbour was my favorite place to go when i needed time out, Sydneys got a great energy. I look forward to coming back there 🙂

  11. ilovephantommineon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    i’ve been there.. …
    i’ve been there..great city.the biggest pity is that.i threw up on the ship.

  12. Cosmik82on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    inferiority complex.
    inferiority complex.

  13. Jasexxxxxon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    All those things …
    All those things you’ve mentioned are products.

    However, the only thing people live to remember “Italians” by, is their ignorant, y, hairy, fat selves.

    Rome = Dirty & full of gypsies.

    The only good thing about Italy is the outside. Stupid rude, moronic, idiots.

    Stop being so racist & try & see the world for its beauty, not just yourselves!


  14. ScrapHoundon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Never been to …
    Never been to Sydney… never been to Melbourne. Wouldn’t mind going to either of them (or both). They all look quite nice. WhatTheySay is it’s not bad here in Ca. Either

  15. bluedress74on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    I come from Sydney …
    I come from Sydney and I absolutely love Melbourne. They are both diverse city’s in their own way and I think they both have a special uniqueness.

  16. lolstar88on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Come to Melbourne, …
    Come to Melbourne, it’s a lot less comercial here than in Sydney. Everything has to be big and grand there whereas Melbourne is unique and has a variety of things to do.
    I love Sydney and it’s harbour it’s stunning.. This coming from a Melbournian. I think Sydney is Australia’s capital as New York is the U.S’s. Should be but it’s not. It’s hilarious that Melbourne and Sydney has always had this feud. When will it ever end?

    I love Melbourne

  17. Maulingdogon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    solid definition – …
    solid definition – that means that Sydney trys to be like every other city and doesn’t have a style of its own
    Melbourne on the other hand is known for its style and veneer of conservatism but the boundary’s are constantly being pushed from art to fashion and even sports .. after all this is the city which invented afl which is the most successful sport in the country

  18. traffic717on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Sydney remains to …
    Sydney remains to be the 3rd most beautiful city after Paris and New York. It is Sydney which placed Australia on the international map of fashion, finance, politics, and sports. Bar none Sydney will remain to be THE ETERNAL CITY. The City of dreams. A City where ambitions are formed and fantasies come true everyday. I love Sydney and I will never exchanged it for any other city.

  19. gionnibaon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Hey of cource i …
    Hey of cource i stay in Europe!I like to stay in the center of the world!Yesterday Milan today iam in London!Where thereis the true BRITISH FLAG!And where people speack true english not like u that just rape english language ing ignorant withouth culture!You are ridicolous…u also dont have your language and yourFlag!You use british flag!English laugh about you wildPeople! You are for the english like the Somalia and Etiopia eccare for us italian:just a ex wild colony! Greeting from London

  20. gionnibaon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Bengaltiger What …
    Bengaltiger What are u talking about? Australian culture? wich culture? you dont have culture in australia!There was just aborigenal culture but you ignorant cancelled every tracks!Italian rude? is Ferrari or Lamborghini or Maserati rude? Is Gucci,Bulgari,Dolce e Gabbana,Prada,giorgio Armani ecc ecc rude? Is pizzaOr lasagna or pasta rude?? What are you talking about!In italy there is the 70%of the art! the rest is the rest of the world!You should leave australian to the Aborigenal are the owner!

  21. bengaltiger101on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Well have u ever …
    Well have u ever been to Australia? I dont think so! Sum cities in europe like london and Paris r nice but theyre not as good as Sydney or Melbourne. How dare u be racist and tease the other cultures of Australia? Ur just like every other italian a rude and racist ! U italians only care about urselves and not the rest of the world. Also Rome is a city, been there, its like a piece of and full of holes like u. Its the same with Milan. Australia is way better U MAMA FANCULO!!

  22. gionnibaon 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Shut up stupid …
    Shut up stupid Aussie!!Sydney and Melbourne are bouth !The center of the world is Europe!Best city are Rome,Paris,Madrid,Barcellona,Florence,London,
    Milan,Berlin,Venece ecc!You live in a place forgotten from the rest of the world!People in Europe dont know where is Aus…ah ah!
    Europe ,the white continent is the best,you are hole full of Black people,Aborigenal,Yellow and asiatic people a mix of all the worse race!You are so disgusting as American!
    Sig heil from Europe,Italy!

  23. bengaltiger101on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    did i say that i …
    did i say that i don’t care about my states struggling farmers? NO! So maybe u should shut the up and state things that i said. I only said that sydney’s water levels are better then melbourne’s, that does not mean i don’t care about the struggling farmers in my state as well as the rest of Australia. OH and i do care about the struggling farmers. And please don’t reply as this argument can go on for ages. So lets make it truce and say that u like melbourne and i like sydney. END OF STORY!!

  24. melb223on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    Sydney people can …
    Sydney people can boast all they want about their dam levels but have you ever thought about the rest of your state? Probably not. Sydney people can’t see past the end of their noses and if theres no drought in Sydney, its fine every where else as, thats your attitude. Maybe you should think about all thoses strugling farmers in the west and central areas of your state, which are still suffering under the DROUGHT.

  25. bengaltiger101on 16 Dec 2008 at 11:45 am

    ahaha such a …
    ahaha such a classic from u melbournians trying to bag out our icons, the harbour bridge and opera house (also AUSTRALIA’S icons). Ur just jelous that Sydney has world reknowned icons unlike melbourne. Jeez wat does melbourne have besides people, houses, weather, oh and NO world reknowned icons. Btw at least sydney’s water levels are 65% unlike melbourne’s 31.6%. What r u even doing watching this sydney video? Watch the melbourne if u like it so much, !!

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