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  • 9.6

    Mrs. Macquarie's Point

    Scenic Lookout Mrs Macquaries Rd. Sydney, NSW

    People also say (25 tips):

    • Jacky Y.
      Jacky Yan: "This is really one of my favorite places to take the sunset photos in Sydney ! Take your camera and a tripod with you and wait for the magic moment. It's really worth waiting I promise !"
  • 9.5

    Sydney Opera House

    Opera House 2 Macquarie St Sydney, NSW

    People also say (334 tips):

    • Stephen W.
      Stephen Weber: "While the Opera House is mighty impressive up close, check out the views of it from the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Cahill Walk, or the Overseas Passenger Terminal for a good, less crowded view."
  • 9.3

    Bourke Street Bakery

    Bakery 633 Bourke St. Sydney, NSW

    People also say (162 tips):

    • Winson W.
      Winson Wong: "The ginger creme brûlée tart was delicious. It wasn't too sweet and the ginger flavor comes through quite nicely. I didn't love the pork and fennel sausage rolls though."
  • 9.5

    Gelato Messina

    Ice Cream Shop 389 Crown St Sydney, NSW

    People also say (128 tips):

    • Winson W.
      Winson Wong: "If you want interesting and inventive flavors then you should try Gelato Messina. If you want classic Italian gelatos then this is not the place to go. Gelatos are creamier and sweeter than typical."
  • 9.3

    The Tea Cosy

    Café 33 George Street The Rocks, NSW

    People also say (25 tips):

    • Ab T.
      Ab T: "Absolutely lovely place for late morning tea. Had the tea for two set. It came with 4 scones, 6 finger sandwiches, 2 choices of jam, heavy cream and 2 pots of tea. The jam and scones were heavenly."
  • 9.3

    Oak Barrel

    Liquor Store 152 Elizabeth St. Sydney, NSW

    People also say (12 tips):

    • Brian R.
      Brian Ritchie: "Love love love his place - amazing staff and an impressive selection of your favorite poison. Look for Ian for beer recs, Beth for wine and Scott for whisky. They are all awesome awesome people"

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  • 9.5

    Bronte Beach

    Beach Bronte Rd. Bronte, NSW

    People also say (63 tips):

    • Rune S.
      Rune Sovndahl: "The pool here is fantastic, it is cleaner and smaller than the Bondi beach one and worth swimming in when the waves are too scary and you want to swim more naturally, showers good and working"
    • David M.
      David Ma: "Be careful in the surf, Bronte has one of the steepest approaches in Sydney, so the waves hit very hard. Use the pool for some safer swimming if the lifeguards aren't around"
  • 9.4

    Coogee Beach

    Beach Arden St. Coogee, NSW

    People also say (97 tips):

    • César A.
      César Amaya: "One of the best beaches in Sydney I've ever been. So close to city, just about 15 min. by bus from Central. Lot of BBQ areas. People seem kind and friendly almost all the time."
    • Félix
      Félix: "Smaller beach but very enjoyable! And damn close to the city by bus. Protip: walk all the way to Bondi Beach by the coast. It's about 2h, but definitely a must do. Many beaches and landscapes."
  • 9.5

    Manly Beach

    Beach North Steyne Manly, NSW

    People also say (135 tips):

    • Rune S.
      Rune Sovndahl: "Manly beach is large and there is space it's got sand and surf and it's nice to visit, and the number of bars along the strip makes it good for the les discerning beech goer and worthwhile"
    • Ting
      Ting: "Spend at least a couple of hours here to chill and watch the waves roll. The 30mins ferry ride from Circular Quay to here is a great way to sightsee Sydney Harbour."

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