Top 50 Places to visit in New South Wales

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Best things to do in New South Wales and sightseeing in New South Wales

Bondi Beach - New South Wales

Bondi Beach is an exemplary gateway to the coastline of Sydney with busy surfers enjoying the adrenaline rush waves, beach goers sun tanning and locals having a picnic day out. Take a walk along the coastal line (coast walk with proper signboards) from Bondi to Coogee beach which is a 2 hour walk on the cliff and rock settlement along the coast. Enjoy your lunch at one of the food junctions in Coogee beach and take the bus back to downtown.
THILAKRAJ

214 Followers, 18 Reviews


If you're in Sydney, Bondi Beach is a must-see beach! It's a 15 minutes drive from Watson's Bay. A great place to surf (as I was told). Although, it was fun to watch so many surfers in one place!
Aswin Ramakrishnan

99 Followers, 14 Reviews


Join the rest of the bronzed locals and soak up the rays at famous Bondi Beach – mingle with the “Bondi Beauties” (but don’t disturb their coconut-oiled siestas) and go for a swim, catch some waves, or just work on your own tan. The beach is large with plenty of sand real estate, but check the current conditions before you head out with a board. There are also enclosed swimming pools at various fitness centers nearby, all of which border the ocean and often receive backsplash from the waves.
Becky Mahan

379 Followers, 10 Reviews


Sydney - New South Wales

Port Jackson. Enough said.
Sagnik Basu

1k+ Followers, 134 Reviews


Sydney was our home base. We started the trip with a week here and ended it here with a week too. So there are a couple of things that I absolutely must recommend: 1. Hogging on lamb chops and red wine at the Opera Bar, at night, when the city's lit up and a chilly breeze gently inspires you.... (and you don't have to fight the annoying birds for your food) 2. We went for skydiving with Sydney Skydivers. One could probably choose a more scenic Byron or Cairns, but in all honesty, as you plummet to your death from 14000ft, you tend to forget about the hills and the meadows and the ocean divine. It's all just spit from your mouth all over your face. 3. Pubs & Bars- The Blue Ivy, Bavarian Beer House on Manly wharf, The one tiny dance place in Darling Harbour (It's the only one, on the first floor, with blazing red lights- You can't miss it), and Kingscross (if you dare). The best thing to do would be to walk around on the streets and meet other people and just make new friends and go where they're headed. 4. Ferry to Darling Harbour. 5. Also take the train to Milsons point from Circular Quay and walk to the wharf next to Luna Park. That point is THE ULTIMATE view point of The Harbour Bridge and The Opera House. 6. I didn't go to Bondi beach. On principle. I'm hipster like that. But I hear you must.
Teesta Isser

200 Followers, 3 Reviews


Of course, Sydney, the most famous of all Australian cities, is a must visit. It spans multiple boroughs, each one offering something entirely different.
Jeremy

312 Followers, 24 Reviews


Blue Mountains - New South Wales

The most popular stop to reach the Blue Mountains is the Katoomba village which is a 2 hour train ride from Central station. You wouldn't regret staying here for at least nights to enjoy enough of it, however if you are on a tight schedule you can take a day tour from Sydney which most of the tour operators offer. The main attractions of Blue Mountains are the Three Sisters, Scenic Cablecar, and the world's most steepest 'Train Ride' and Leura village. There are public transport buses available which stops at certain designated places and 'Hop on & Hop off' buses which stops at most of the places in Blue Mountains. You can relax on your Day 1 by visiting the Three Sisters, Echo point and Scenic Cable car and get yourself ready to do some serious bush walking on Day 2. There are a lot of bush walking trails available based on the level of difficulty and walking time. Grab a walking trail map at the Blue Mountains information centre and plan your trip accordingly. Be prepared to carry on enough snacks and water since there are no drinking water facilities available along the track into the wild and it could be too tiresome during summer. One of the recommended walks would be the trial to 'Ruined Castle' which is a 5 hour up and down walk with an hour break. Even though you are not rewarded to witness any great cast monument at the end of the walk (do not get carried by the name 'Ruined Castle'), the scenic views along the trial are breath-taking and worthwhile.
THILAKRAJ

214 Followers, 18 Reviews


One of the popular Tourist destination that shouldn't be missed.
Archana Singh

462 Followers, 59 Reviews


Thanks to Brendan’s offer to drive, we got a free tour of Katoomba and the Blue Mountains on Saturday. If you don’t have a car, take the train to Katoomba and get the Explorer Bus, which lets you hop on and off — with return train fare, it’s only $45 AUD. After viewing the Three Sisters (the Echo Point) and Wentworth Falls, we had lunch and headed back to Sydney to rest up before a night out in the Rocks at the Argyle, which culminated in dancing to old school 80s and 90s music at the Orient. Tequila may or may not have been involved.
Lauren Fritsky

174 Followers, 10 Reviews


Byron Bay - New South Wales

Like I mentioned, this is a beach town with small cafes. Don't expect much but only keep one word in mind - CHILL.
A.T

236 Followers, 75 Reviews


Take a bus from Sydney to Byron. I think Byron invented hippies. Though it's now polluted with gap year students dropping their pants at the slightest hint of a beat, there are still hidden gems here that will warm the cockles of your heart. Recommendations here: 1. Holiday Village Backpackers (So we suggested this to some friends who went to Byron after us and they didn't listen and they now want to polish boots for the rest of their lives in repentance ) 2. Railway Bar They have local (primarily aboriginal) bands play here in the evenings and it's fantastic. There's old school music and often, you will find old happy uncles come up to you and do their little old school dance, or a group of ladies with their teenage hippie granddaughters, doing the twist.. it's such a happy place :) 3. Cheeky Monkeys Dancing on table tops. Guys stripping. Not pretty. But yeah, cheap dinner for backpackers starting 7Pm every night. 4. Take surf lessons. TAKE IT! Feed the sharks. 5. Hire a bicycle and ride up to the lighthouse.
Teesta Isser

200 Followers, 3 Reviews


A party town and a beautiful beach make this a great stop for backpackers. Be prepared to spend some money on a few blurry nights!
Jeremy

312 Followers, 24 Reviews


Coogee Beach - New South Wales

Bondi to Coogee Beach Walk The walk itself only takes about 1-2 hours (3-4 hours return), but you could easily stretch it into a day-long adventure. This gorgeous stretch of coastline on Sydney’s outskirts is especially enjoyable on a warm summer day, when the sun drenches the craggy cliffsides and the ocean seems impossibly blue. Start in either Bondi or Coogee and end up at the other, where you can catch public transport back into the city or walk back to your starting point. The trail is paved and well-posted, passing through several smaller beaches along the way. You can walk the entire length or just sections of it; and be sure to bring a lunch so you can stop and picnic along the way. Also required: camera, hat, sunglasses, and lots of sunscreen.
Becky Mahan

379 Followers, 10 Reviews


Coogee beach is a smaller beach slightly south of Bondi. Look out for the fifty shades of blue in the ocean. It's amazing! The area around Coogee is just as beautiful with some of the costliest houses in the neighborhood.
Mahuya Paul

669 Followers, 64 Reviews


Icebergs Dining Room and Bar - New South Wales

To splash-out on an exceptional Christmas meal, go to Icebergs Dining Room and Bar, perched atop the cliff at the south end of the beach, above the Bondi Baths. Nothing beats gazing out at the acid-blue sky, slurping oysters and sipping cocktails at this iconic restaurant and bar (also the location of Sydney’s most infamous and exclusive New Year’s Day party). Set back from the beach are some fabulous drinking dens that typify the Bondi vibe. The Shop and Wine Bar is the pick of the bunch: it’s a cafe by day and buzzing wine bar by night, with stools lining the footpath and a great selection of wines.
Ashmi

401 Followers, 56 Reviews


View - out of this world. Spend nothing and take it all in by the pool with a take away coffee and your towel or go all out and head to the top floor for a kick ass session of cocktails and oysters
Lija Wilson

117 Followers, 3 Reviews


Hyde Park - New South Wales

The girls went on their secret shopping adventure, so I went over to the park with the boys, played cricket for the first time in my life and soaked Grant in the pool of reflection at Hyde Park, which gained me a soaking in return of ice cold water. Had the best Spaghetti Bologenese cooked for us for dinner by Mike tonight too, it was delish!
Lauren Hughes

220 Followers, 10 Reviews


Named after the original Hyde Park in London, this is the oldest parkland in Australia. Once a popular racing ground and a turf for various other sports, today this 40 acre park is only a humble reminder of the city's past. This huge space filled with gardens and a main fountain at the center is perfect to lay back and absorb the two-hour walk. A perfect end point to the journey.
Sydney Urban Adventures

117 Followers, 8 Reviews


Darling Harbour - New South Wales

Darling Harbour is one of the iconic spots for both tourist and locals. It houses a number of attractions like Madam Tussauds, Sea Life Aquarium and National Maritime museum. With an array of wine and dine options with multi-culinary options housed along both the sides of the shore makes it an ideal place and busy place for hangouts and catch ups on weekends. If you are ready to spend more on dinning, try the cruise dining options for an exemplary experience. Grab a coffee and take a walk on the Prymont Bridge to catch a glimpse of whole of Darling Harbour.
THILAKRAJ

214 Followers, 18 Reviews


Sydney is a culinary haven for food snobs, filled with more choices in cuisine and flavors than your food-hungry heart will know what to do with. Unfortunately, they come at a price – and usually a high one. My recommendation: buy your own groceries and self-cater as much as you can during your stay, and splurge on one good meal at Darling Harbour. The promenades stretch into Cockle Bay Wharf, where there are more restaurants, cafes, and bistros than you can count. Time your dinner right (between 7-9pm) and you’ll enjoy a golden sunset sparkling on the waters, followed by the bright lights of the high rise buildings reflected in the dark water.
Becky Mahan

379 Followers, 10 Reviews


Royal Botanic Gardens - New South Wales

Most cities proudly boast their own botanic gardens, and I’ve been through many of them. Aside from lovely buds and sprawling lawns, I particularly enjoyed Sydney’s because you get the added bonus of a waterfront ambience mingled with the park setting. Stroll along the harbor promenade behind the seawall, and hike up to Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair for the best view of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House together (just try to avoid mid-morning and mid-afternoon tour busses.) My favorite part was finding a quiet, secluded spot up on the hill and watching the sun set behind the bridge and opera house. You’ll even share the view with wild parakeets.
Becky Mahan

379 Followers, 10 Reviews


I then headed to the Royal Botanic Garden for relaxing stroll. I moved further along and ended the walk at the iconic ‘Mrs Macquarie’s Chair’.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


Circular Quay - New South Wales

The tour begins here, and takes you through the rick and tasty history of Rocks.
Sydney Urban Adventures

117 Followers, 8 Reviews


Amber arrived in the morning, so we had the whole day ahead of us. After a rest from her 11-hour flight, we took the ferry to Circular Quay so she could see the Bridge and Opera House. We took the customary photos, then strolled down George Street to Hyde Park, St. Mary’s Cathedral and the Queen Victoria Building — major CBD sites complete. We stopped for food and drinks with some friends at one of my favorite pubs on George Street, Cheers.
Lauren Fritsky

174 Followers, 10 Reviews


Mrs Macquarie's Chair - New South Wales

The spectacular sunset views over the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Opera House will win you over.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Spectacular and engaging sunset views over the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Opera House.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


Opera Bar - New South Wales

You can either stay close to the ground level. This bar is located below the iconic Opera House. The bar is on the harbour and serves consistently good drinks and it’s great to be outside and feel the breeze off the water. This will be quite an evening
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Friday night happy hour in Sydney Harbour!
Jenny McIver

454 Followers, 124 Reviews


Sydney Opera House - New South Wales

Sydney Opera House is one of the most historic architectures around the world due to its shell like structure. Stroll around the Opera House for perfect clicks and for a great view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is recommended to take a guided tour if you are really a person of historic monuments and culture to know more about it architecture. Also, if possible try to attend a performance at the Opera House to treat yourself.
THILAKRAJ

214 Followers, 18 Reviews


A must-see place if you visit Sydney (Duh!). Our office was in the downtown area, so we took a stroll everyday while we stayed in Sydney to the Opera Bar to get a drink and enjoy the weather with an amazing view.
Aswin Ramakrishnan

99 Followers, 14 Reviews


Sydney Harbour Bridge - New South Wales

Climbing the Sydney Harbor Bridge was something we wavered on a bit, but Amber ultimately decided, “If Oprah and Gail could do it, we can, too.” Another cooler day lent perfect conditions for the climb. It was scary at points, but the ascent up the arch and the view from the top were worth every penny. We did souvenir shopping in Chinatown, which is in Haymarket, located between Central Station and Darling Harbor, and spent the night watching a recording of the Super Bowl with friends.
Lauren Fritsky

174 Followers, 10 Reviews


This arched bridge, fondly known, as the "coat hanger" is one of Sydney's most popular sights. It runs over the Sydney harbor to join the Central Business District to the North Shore. It is the world's largest bridge and a major landmark for the city. It is almost equivalent to what the Statue of Liberty is to New York. It has been a part of Sydney's history and till today continues to be a part of its rich architectural heritage.
Sydney Urban Adventures

117 Followers, 8 Reviews


Watsons Bay - New South Wales

Another must-see place in Sydney. I don't surf but I enjoyed watching all the happy surfers on our way to Watson's Bay. You can catch a ferry near the Opera House and get to Watson's Bay pretty quickly. There are some amazing trails with some great views out here.
Aswin Ramakrishnan

99 Followers, 14 Reviews


This suburb is a delightful little undiscovered gem. Thanks to a local’s recommendation, my roommate and I took off on a ferry and docked on the tiny peninsula of Watson’s Bay. Aside from a seafood restaurant, pretty little harbor, and itty bitty stretch of sandy beach, we initially wondered what else there was to do. But just hike up through the park in the middle of town to the ocean side of the peninsula (it’s a 5-10 minute walk, don’t worry) and you’ll see why the locals recommend it: the views are spectacular. Walk along the cliffs and climb up to the lookout point, where you are greeted with a salty ocean breeze, sweeping views of the South Pacific on one side, and the city skyline of Sydney on the other.
Becky Mahan

379 Followers, 10 Reviews


Eden - New South Wales

Again, it was the name that first intrigued me but this Eden has a lot to offer in terms of sightseeing and culture. It’s located between Aslings Beach and Lake Curalo and there’s a cute little boardwalk to stretch your legs and adjust to your new surroundings. As I’m obsessed with whales, I would visit the Whale Museum and whale watch. Eden is about halfway between Sydney and Melbourne and if you plan on visiting both cities anyway, this is a strategic (not to mention gorgeous) stop along the way.
Lisa D'Cruz

274 Followers, 22 Reviews


Gusto Cafe - New South Wales

The coffee is really great here. The setting of the café is peaceful and perfect for a breakfast. I chose to sit outside which provided a perfect setting to watch the hustle at the junction.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


Coogee - New South Wales

Had a girls day at the beach today with Jackie and Lauren. Another new beach that I hadn't been to yet, called Coogee. Gratnt tagged along too - got himself a little pinked up after falling asleep and is resembling something of a lobster now!
Lauren Hughes

220 Followers, 10 Reviews


Bondi Icebergs Club - New South Wales

For those who love swimming this place offers a great outdoor salt pool. They have changing facilities, so you could always follow an afternoon swim or just relax by the pool with a refreshing cocktail or peach bellini upstairs afterwards.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Bondi - New South Wales

Well if you are here during November, you would be pleased to know that Bondi plays host to the Sculpture Walk. This walk takes place on the coastal path to Bronte. The walk is an already beautiful one, the sculpture adds to the scenic splendor of this path. If you have time, it's worth continuing the walk along the coast from Bronte to Coogee.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Bed Bath N' Table - New South Wales

If you want to stretch your limbs after sunbathing, there are plenty of ways to get active on Bondi Beach. Bondi Baths at Icebergs has been a local landmark for over 100 years. Do some laps or find a bit of peace in the Christmas chaos with a yoga class by the sea. From here, you can take off on a 2.5 Km Bondi-to-Bronte walk, which runs past a spectacular stretch of sandstone cliffs and coves that house smaller local beaches including Tamarama (its nickname, Glamarama, says it all). If you’re lucky, you might even spot a dolphin or whale on your way. But, for the ultimate Bondi Christmas experience, just hire a surfboard and sign up for a lesson or two at Let’s Go Surfing.
Ashmi

401 Followers, 56 Reviews


Ravesi's - New South Wales

Just set back from Bondi Beach the 180 degree bi folding windows attract a crowd of ‘want to be seen’ during the day and in the evenings is packed to a maximum. The cocktail bar offers surprisingly good cocktails and with views over the famous surf the hotel has a relaxed feel but with all the elegance you would expect from a boutique hotel.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Surry Hills - New South Wales

Surry Hills qualified as the most pleasant walk on this trip. I am glad to have not missed this suburb. This beautiful street is home to an array of art galleries, kitsch boutiques and bookstores. The terrace houses truly add to the exquisiteness of this place.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


North Bondi Italian Food - New South Wales

The hotspots are on opposite ends of the promenade: North Bondi Italian Food is a Bondi institution nestled in front of a grassy knoll (which, incidentally, is the ideal picnic spot if you prefer the DIY approach.) It serves no–fuss, fresh Italian fare: their crab spaghetti in a bag is a popular favorite, as is their summer tipple of freshly-squeezed, ruby-red grapefruit juice and vodka. The balcony is a perfect spot for watching suntanned revelers on the beach.
Ashmi

401 Followers, 56 Reviews


Tuchuzy Bondi Store - New South Wales

How does everyone in Bondi manage to look so effortlessly cool? They shop on Gould Street. Head to Tuchuzy, an ode to Bondi’s laid-back-luxe style with a mix of local brands like Bec & Bridge and Lover, and international names such as Helmut Lang and Missoni.
Ashmi

401 Followers, 56 Reviews


Paddington Markets - New South Wales

Paddington Market is your best bet for clothes, children's wooden toys and handmade chocolates. It is an absolute favourite of not just the tourists but also the locals.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Glebe Markets - New South Wales

For my next stop, I had to take a bus. One of the places I was eagerly looking forward was Glebe Markets. I got my organic coffee-hit at one of the cafes along Glebe Point Road to ensure I didn't spend the entire day digging around through the unique merchandise.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


The Winery - New South Wales

It was a short walk away from the Toko Japanese restaurant. The cobblestone path and low-hanging vines had stolen my heart as soon as I set my foot. A beautiful wine bar along with an enchanted beer garden, there was nothing more I could have asked for.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


Oxford Street - New South Wales

The tour ends here at the Oxford street, after three hours of Bar hopping.
Sydney Urban Adventures

117 Followers, 8 Reviews


Bills - New South Wales

Then I headed to to the cozy restaurant in Darlinghurst. Bill Grainger’s has a delicious breakfast worth waiting for, especially the signature scrambled eggs and sweetcorn fritters.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Novotel Rockford Darling Harbour - New South Wales

This was a great place to stay (since I wasn't paying for it). You can take a walk along the Darling Harbour or visit China Town. They have a great breakfast menu and the service was excellent.
Aswin Ramakrishnan

99 Followers, 14 Reviews


William Street - New South Wales

The tour starts under the giant Coke sign.
Sydney Urban Adventures

117 Followers, 8 Reviews


Jimmy Liks - New South Wales

If you are looking for a casual place go to Jimmy Liks located in the leafy streets of Potts Points. I usually go there to taste their array of Asian inspired cocktails to kick off the night.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Sydney Fish Market - New South Wales

If you love food, especially sea food - Don't miss out Sydney Fish Market! I was there with some of my Australian friends. They showed me how it's done - From eating oysters to shrimps with salt, it really was the raw deal!
Aswin Ramakrishnan

99 Followers, 14 Reviews


Bird & Bear Boathouse - New South Wales

This is an ideal stop for grabbing lunch. The food is simply delightful. I was greeted by the most amazing view of Elizabeth Bay under the sun. The soft sun-kissed skin is definitely something you want to take back from Sydney.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo - New South Wales

If you plan to stay within the city, Wild Life Sydney is the best place where you can catch all the marsupials you'd find in Australia. Also, you get to pet the little kangaroos and feed eucalyptus leaves to the koalas.
Aswin Ramakrishnan

99 Followers, 14 Reviews


SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium - New South Wales

Sydney’s famous aquarium is huge, filled with a million fish, penguins, and turtles, as well as special exhibits for deep-sea creatures like transparent jellyfish and seahorses, striped reef crustaceans and the biggest crab I have ever seen (it takes up half of a floor-to-ceiling tank wall). Best of all are the underwater tunnels through the shark enclosures: walk beneath Jaws’ cousins, saw-nosed sharks, and manatees. (Buy a ticket in combination with the Wildlife World and you’ll save.)
Becky Mahan

379 Followers, 10 Reviews


Kent Street - New South Wales

After we are done touring through the 3 unique bars and other small avenues and places, we end at Kent St. The tour will last approximately for 3 hours and this will mark the end of this fun and relaxed journey.
Two Feet & A Heartbeat

190 Followers, 2 Reviews


Wynyard Park - New South Wales

The tour starts at The Glass Dome at Wynyard Park. This small park is closely connected to the history of the city. and was made a public park in 1887. It was earlier a part of the Soldier’s Parade Ground and Barracks that was used by the guards of the many convicts that arrived in Sydney till 1840. The Dome Glass has an underground lavatory that was built in 1912. A small, pleasant place to start this evening walk.
Two Feet & A Heartbeat

190 Followers, 2 Reviews


Cafe Sydney - New South Wales

I usually head to Cafe Sydney for dinner. Nothing beats rooftop venue with spectacular views of the harbour. It is on the rooftop of Customs House, which is right at circular quay, the outdoor terrace boasts giving you the promised view. Start off the evening in their relaxing lounge. Don't forget to get yourself a cocktail.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Blu Horizon Bar - New South Wales

With an amazing view, this bar is up the 36th floor Shangri La Hotel. There is a dress code here of smart casual.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Shangri-La Hotel - New South Wales

You have been here to believe that such a stunning accommodation is available in any city. Located in the historic Rocks district, Shangri La has 563 guest rooms. It has versatility to both the leisure and corporate traveller. That's quite a rarity!
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


Harrington Street - New South Wales

The walking tours takes you through some of the richest and finest moments of Australian history. You can be assured of an evening well spent, satiating to the senses and brimming with fun.
Sydney Urban Adventures

117 Followers, 8 Reviews


Museum of Contemporary Art - New South Wales

It’s a perfect place for people looking forward to any kind of artistic inspiration. The place is intriguing and very engaging.
Sofia

294 Followers, 18 Reviews


Park Hyatt Sydney - New South Wales

Views, celebrity watching and awesome cocktails at sundown
Lija Wilson

117 Followers, 3 Reviews


Cockatoo Island Camping - New South Wales

If the sound of this island doesn’t intrigue you, I’m not sure what will. Based on what I’ve heard, it’s quite the romantic getaway and a lot of that has to do with “glamping.” If you don’t feel like roughing it out in the wild, you can splurge on a glamorous camping experience where everything is laid out for you, literally. Your tent is already pitched and there are real mattresses to sleep on, not to mention towels, lounges for sun tanning and a lantern. Eat breakfast at The Canteen and head to The Island Bar for flavorful cocktails.
Lisa D'Cruz

274 Followers, 22 Reviews


The Bathers' Pavilion - New South Wales

You even have an option of visiting this place situated in the quaint tranquil bay of Balmoral Beach. The restaurant sits at one side of the Pavilion with its sister café on the other. It makes for a perfect breakfast and brunch venue.
Tsai Wharton

354 Followers, 72 Reviews


ALDI Manly Wharf - New South Wales

From the second day, it was time to hit the beaches, something that Sydney is renowned for! So we walked down to the wharf — after stopping at Adriano Zumbo’s (right on the way to Manly Wharf) for Macaroons — for a ferry ride to Manly, where Amber saw the big blue groper that lives in Shelly Beach while snorkeling. We went to Newtown, which is a bit of a hop from Manly, for drinks and dinner.
Lauren Fritsky

174 Followers, 10 Reviews


Lane Cove River Tourist Caravan Park - New South Wales

It’s no secret that I have a strange obsession for wanting to feel the superhuman feeling of flying. Thus, I’m sort of envious of birds but not too much because they are too beautiful and graceful to dislike. Tangent aside, this park is only about six miles away from Harbour Bridge so it’s not a bad hike at all. Plus, you can play “bird watcher” and spot native species. This is not at the same level as glamping but there are a few major amenities here that I’d appreciate including Wi-Fi, a pool and a kitchen.
Lisa D'Cruz

274 Followers, 22 Reviews


Summer Bay Bed & Breakfast - New South Wales

We have taken a trip to another beach today called Palm beach but most of you all know it as Summer bay from Home and Away. We have had a really fun day here today though, I was buried in the sand by Mike and Jay, clothes, money, cards and all... Then when I went to wash all the sand away I lost most of my bikini in the waves! I am just pretty pleased there is a dip in the sand to the sea is all I can say! Tonight we are going to the pub to watch the Tottenham, Villa match so looking forward to seeing how much its raining its home on the TV...
Lauren Hughes

220 Followers, 10 Reviews


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