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  • 9.6

    Mrs. Macquarie's Point

    Scenic Lookout Mrs Macquaries Rd. Sydney, NSW

    People also say (26 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 !"
  • 9.4

    Social Brew Cafe

    Café 224 Harris Street Pyrmont, NSW

    People also say (27 tips):

    • Jacky Y.
      Jacky Yan: "This is really my favorite cafe in Sydney to have my breakfast. Smoked salmon with avocado mash and salad on Pitt bread, along with a flat white coffee. You have to come and try 👍"
  • 9.6

    Sydney Opera House

    Opera House 2 Macquarie St Sydney, NSW

    People also say (343 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."
  • 9.4

    Bourke Street Bakery

    Bakery 633 Bourke St. Sydney, NSW

    People also say (167 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

    Oak Barrel

    Liquor Store 152 Elizabeth St. Sydney, NSW

    People also say (13 tips):

    • Ryan C.
      Ryan Chou: "This shop has very deep stocks and also wonderful tastes. Sakes, whiskeys, wines and craft beers are all in. Beers' price are very responsible, some rare beers also can find. Very friendly staffs"

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  • 9.5

    Royal Botanic Garden

    Botanical Garden Macquarie St Sydney, NSW

    People also say (124 tips):

    • Ab T.
      Ab T: "Took the tram around the gardens. $10 for adults, $5 for children. Really worth it for the guided tour and an overview of the place. After that we took a walk around and had a nice cuppa in the cafe."
    • Merve O.
      Merve O'Keefe: "Huge, beautiful garden with over 40 thousand types of plants and trees. I recommend using the little train inside the park as it is very very big plus the train driver doubles as a guide of the park."
  • 9.4

    Bronte Beach

    Beach Bronte Rd. Bronte, NSW

    People also say (65 tips):

    • 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"
    • 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"
  • 9.4

    Centennial Park

    Park Grand Dr. Centennial Park, NSW

    People also say (63 tips):

    • Virginia G.
      Virginia Gordon: "Centennial Parklands are on facebook and twitter - a great way to keep in touch with activities in the park. On days you can't visit it's lovely they share photos of plants, ducks, trees and more"
    • Kunal M.
      Kunal Mirchandani: "One of Sydney's most underrated parks.. a huge expanse of nature that, despite its primo location, has somehow resisted the assault of commercialisation."

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