5 Sydney spots you just can't miss

BONDI BEACH

The icon of the Australian city, there's never a dull moment at one of the world's most famous stretches of sand and sea. Check out TruckStop and Paper Planes for their unique take on dining with a Japanese influence, or head to Bucklers Canteen for a beachfront Mexican menu created by muicians and designers. At The Bucket List, Sydney's movers and shakers laze about in deck chairs, bucket of fresh prawns in one hand, cocktail in the other. For shoppers, Tuchuzy is home to some of the hottests Australian and international labels, and here on Bondi, you'll find the flagship store of Sydney's kaftan queen - Camilla Franks.


 




ROSE BAY

A wonderful place for a spot of lunch, The Sailors' Club with its 1960s Palm Springs-insired decor and menu chockablock full of seafood serves views of the harbour with every dish. For some posher nosh, Catalina is an all-time favourite, especially sunset, as you watch sea planes coming and going from a waterside balcony seat.


 




DOUBLE BAY

The tree-lined boulevards of Double Bay are home to fabulous shoe stores and chic boutiques like Edward Meller, Cosmopolitan Shoes, Belinda, Marni, Germajella, Leona Edmiston Vintage and Christensen Copenhagen. What more could a girl ask for?


 





MANLY

Surfing is the name of the game at Manly, but if you're more a watcher than a doer, gorgeous waterside bars like Hugos Manly, Manly Wine  and New Brighton Hotel's The Rooftop bar are perfect vantage points. Alternatively, why not try paddle boarding, snorkelling or kayaking - there's something for everyone.


 





BALMAIN

Offering a completely different side of Sydney, this picturesque peninsula boasts herritage cottages and pubs, parks and quaint little streets. It's als home to the city's most popular outdoor markets - Balmain Markets. With more than 140 stalls touting bric-a-brac, clothes and crafts, take a piece of Sydney home with you. For the oenophile, The Lodge and The Cottage have an impressive wine list to tickle your palette.


 

Follow @YahooMalaysia on LINE for daily news updates.

Comments on Yahoo pages are subject to our link to Comments Guidelines. You are responsible for any content that you post. Yahoo is not responsible or liable in any way for comments posted by its users. Yahoo does not in any way endorse or support comments made by its users.

  • Langkawi MP unrepentant, continues insults on late Karpal, says Facebook user The Malaysian Insider
    Langkawi MP unrepentant, continues insults on late Karpal, says Facebook user

    A Barisan Nasional MP whose Facebook posting poking fun at the death of Karpal Singh shocked Malaysians has again insulted the late DAP leader, this time comparing him to a hostile figure in Islamic history who fought against Prophet Muhammad. Facebook user Shamsul Kamal Ariffin Mohd Nasir, 42, told The Malaysian Insider that Langkawi MP,... …

  • Karpal’s car crashed into lorry, not the other way around, says Perak police The Malaysian Insider
    Karpal’s car crashed into lorry, not the other way around, says Perak police

    Initial investigations have revealed that Karpal Singh’s Toyota Alphard crashed into a five-ton lorry in the accident yesterday that claimed his life and that of his assistant, Perak police said today. State police chief Datuk Acryl Sani Abdullah Sani also dismissed rumours and speculation that the accident was caused by the lorry crashing... …

  • Interfaith group ‘worried’ that ex-judge can have such ‘racist’ views The Malay Mail Online
    Interfaith group ‘worried’ that ex-judge can have such ‘racist’ views

    KUALA LUMPUR, April 19 — An interfaith group expressed shock today at the “racist” views of a former high-ranking judge who had called the presence of large Hindu and Buddhist statues in the... …