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Sydneys Bar Century

If you’re looking for a cheap place to drink, Timeout suggests Bar Century in Sydney, also known as Century Tavern. It used to be a place for bikies and teenagers to have drinks and hang out, but now just about anyone can visit, including backpackers. Many drinks cost only $3, including spirits, vodkas, beers and (more…)  

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So Many Bars, So Little Time: Sydney’s Best Summer Bars

Sydney is alive with so many happening bars, it is hard to know which one to visit. From Time Out’s lowdown on Sydney bar life acquired firsthand, here are some of the best: 121 BC: An ever-changing list of wines from every region in Italy spills out of this Surry Hills wine bar like (more…)  

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The Sydney Opera House s 40th Anniversary

The Sydney Opera House was first opened on the 20th of October in 1973. Since then locals and visitors from all over the world have gathered to this amazing Australian venue to enjoy concerts, events and the incredible structure itself. To commemorate its 40th anniversary, the Opera House on Sydney’s harbour will (more…)  

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The Jewel of Sydney

The most spectacular jewel in Sydney’s crown has always been its harbour. Every day you can take a journey on a ferry across the sapphire waters and join the 14 plus million people who cross Sydney’s Harbour each year by ferry. The ferry can take you from its main hub at Circular (more…)  

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Sydneys Best Hot Chips

Hot chips are a staple for most young people. They are delicious, filling and cheap. But in a city full of takeaways and cheap eats, where can you find the very best fries in the city? We’ve got a chippy list you’ve got to try: Fishmongers, Bondi Beach The chips here are crispy (more…)  

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It’s a Bird, Its a Plane It’s a Hostel!

Most people shudder at the thought of having to sleep on a plane. Unless you are one of the lucky few in first class, sitting upright squished up isn’t anyone’s idea of an ideal location for a good night’s rest. However, a businessman from Sweden is going to put this theory to (more…)  

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Sydney s Best Rooftop Watering Holes

There’s nothing like enjoying a drink with mates after a day of sun and surfing. Here we’ve listed the best Sydney rooftop bars so you can enjoy a spectacular view as the sun goes down. Corridor, Newtown Enjoy a classic beverage and take in the sights of Newtown’s backstreets from the Corridor. As (more…)  

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Sydney s Secret Gardens

Sydney is full of stunning, hidden gardens, it’s just a matter of finding them. And with spring finally here, there’s no better time to smell the roses than now. Reservoir Gardens, Paddington The Reservoir Gardens in Paddington are just across from the Paddington Town Hall, and they’re not easily found unless you’re specifically (more…)  

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Now is the Time to head Down Under

Australia is wonderful all year around, and that includes during winter time. Cosmopolitan urban centres like Sydney have so much going on in the cooler months that it can be hard to decide exactly when is best to come for a visit. While it may be a little too chilly to go (more…)  

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Some of Sydney s Most Loved Sights

Sydney has some amazing sights both in and out of the CBD. Here we’ll run through some of our favourite places to check out next time you’re in town: Macquarie Street Macquarie Street is a wonderful place to visit for those who love history. The entire length of the strip is lined with (more…)  

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