If you think you know Sydney well enough, think again.
Among the biggest cities in Australia, Sydney is often regarded as an important urban place for in Asia-Pacific. It is home to several famous spots for arts, history, and entertainment. Thus, many people never get tired of visiting the city over and over again.
In order for you to fully grasp the magnificence of Sydney, let’s have a quick tour of the areas that comprise it…
First stop, Central Sydney. Central Sydney is where you can find the city business district. It has a very cosmopolitan lifestyle perfect for business people and those who are into modern arts and fashion. If you have something to engage in the local government, you’re definitely headed to the city centre. Places you shouldn’t miss while you’re here are The Rocks, Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Tower, Powerhouse Museum, and the Royal Botanic Gardens. If you’re done with your transactions, meetings and tours, it is recommended for you to try one of the fine dining restaurants around. Or if you don’t have lots of budget, head west and enjoy a wide selection of different cuisines being offered by Darling Harbour restaurants. While if you’re looking for something Asian, the best choices can be found in the City South where Sydney’s Chinatown is located – also the haven of Chinese takeaway.
After enjoying the urban vibe in Central Sydney, now let’s go to Greater Sydney another place filled with the metro’s buzz and lights. Very near to Central Sydney is the Eastern Suburbs, the perfect getaway for people who love the waters and city life. While you’re here visit one of Bondi Beach restaurants and enjoy fresh sea foods and waterfront dining.
Next is the Inner West. Recall memories of the 2000 Olympics as you visit here the Sydney Olympic Park. Notice that most of the shops and residences here are in bohemian-style. Well, as you enjoy the view, have some shopping too for the place has so many bargains. Cheap eats are also scattered everywhere, so go ahead and enter one of Inner West dining venues and have a food trip.
From Inner West, now let’s head to the Lower North Shore. Compared to the previous ones, this place is smaller but in here you can find some boutiques shops and retail. This place is also home to the Sydney Taronga Zoo.
If you wish to enjoy more of the beach breeze and have another round of sea foods, then proceed to the Northern Beaches area. Just enter any of the Manly Beach restaurants or Palm Beach restaurants that you can find. Surely you’ll be delighted with their menu.
Another must-visit place in the West is the Paramatta, known as the ‘second CBD’ of Sydney. Like the Central Sydney, you can find here many shops, business establishments, cafes, high-class restaurants and cheap takeaway too.
Well, those are just some suggestions for your itinerary in Sydney. If you wish to know more places to visit, consult online and look for a city guide. Also find a Sydney restaurant guide too to help you know the best places where you could dine.
Anne is a busy lady living in the buzzing city of Sydney Australia. Whenever she has the luxury of time, she enjoys it by blogging, traveling and writing. She loves to watch the people around her and be mesmerized by the magnificence of nature.