Framed by the diamond-sparkled waters of Sydney Harbour, The Rocks is where Sydney began. It's a place with chic restaurants, bars, hearty pubs & shopping.
A living proof that Sydney has been high on spirits even 200 years back. Find the oldest pub in Sydney and also find a self-cook steak place. Enjoy Sydney!
The oldest suburb in Sydney. Named for Arthur Phillip's command upon mooring in what is now Circular Quay, "chain the prisoners up to the rocks!"
For some good Japanese food in the rocks, check out Nakashima on Cambridge Street (It's off Argyle). Truly well hidden gem!
Dark Side Masks are excellent for costume parties.
Another great place to contemplate
Great market for gifts!
Hard to go wrong with Friday lunch at the Rocks markets.
Get lost, but only once. Not as whimsical as NSW Govt will have you believe
Worth a wander around.
The Rocks is a must walk for anybody visiting Sydney, or if you are Sydneysider just looking for a nice walk. :) Go west of the bridge to the less touristy side.
200 years of history mixed in a beautiful area
Tours leave from Cadman Cottage at 6pm everyday from I'M FREE tours! Tour guides wear like green shirts and its free! But tip well, they're very knowledgeable!
Forgot how much fun Sydney can be... Just don't go more than around 4km's out of city centre
Do the Rocks Ghost Tour! Thoroughly informational & educational & addictively fun! Three to four hours of entertaining walk through the various streets and beautiful landmarks around the area!
At fridays, there will be small concert! Don't miss it.
Be careful of the birds. If u eat at the food court guard your food and cover it. The birds WILL steal it from your bowl right in front of you if you do not cover/hover over it.
Any night but Friday.
Terrific rare roast beef rolls at Playfair Cafe
Dare in The Rocks' Square has terrific food for people with allergies or dietary restrictions.