Sort by ▼ Alphabetical Order

Bondi Beach

One of the greatest icons of Australia, Bondi Beach keeps buzzing all year round whether the crowds are hitting up the surf, basking in the heat of the sun, or rugging up in the winter and going for a leisurely stroll down its golden sands. Bring along your skateboard if you want to show off...

Cronulla

Forget about parking and traffic hassles – with its own train station a short walk away from the shore, Cronulla is one of Sydney's most accessible beaches. Also boasting one of the city's longest stretches of sand, Cronulla is made up of smaller beaches that run from Boat Harbour to North...

Mt Wilson Village

  The charming village of Mt Wilson lies deep within the Blue Mountains and hosts plenty of outdoor activities. The area holds onto its natural beauty all year around, and becomes especially spectacular throughout Autumn when the trees explode with different hues of red, orange, and...

Marrickville

Lying inside inner west Sydney, Marrickville is a multi-cultural community exploding with life as a strong artistic centre. Not only is the suburb home to the live music venue Factory Theatre and the Red Rattler, but it also welcomes diverse groups of people through the Addison Road Community...

XPLORING: Sydney Harbour

Sydney is renowned for its famous harbour, defined by glorious blue water that shimmers like a glistening jewel in the Sydney sun. Home to incredible landmarks such as the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, these unique pieces of architecture define the city of Sydney for locals and tourists...

Darlington

Just out of Sydney’s centre is the small inner-city suburb of Darlington. Half of the suburb is now Sydney University campus grounds, while the rest of the suburb is residential with rows of two-storey terraces lining the small streets and laneways. Due to its proximity to Sydney's major...

Bronte

Situated south of Sydney’s Bondi Beach, the suburb of Bronte is famous for its ingrained surfer culture which gave birth to what is arguably the first Surf Lifesaving Club in Australia and possibly the world. This beachside town holds a range of natural attractions and scenic coastal walks...

Mosman

Along the peninsula between Sydney Harbour and Middle Harbour, on the lower north shore, is the exclusive scenic suburb of Mosman. Just eight kilometres from Sydney CBD, Mosman has its own unique vibe with everything from bustling streets, quiet beaches, beautiful nature walks and incredible...

Kensington

Standing 6km out of the Sydney CBD in the Eastern suburbs, Kensington is quite close to the hustle and bustle of both the city and the beach as it lies just a few kilometers away from Coogee beach. Although the area is no longer inhabited by many Aboriginals, prior to European settlement,...

Homebush

Standing just 15 kilometers out of Sydney CBD, Homebush is a bustling area surrounded by a range of things to do and filled with a rich history spanning from its original settlement where it was known as Liberty Plains to the universally acclaimed Sydney Olympic Games in 2000. The area...

Chippendale

Pocketed between Broadway, City road, and Cleveland street is the small leafy suburb of Chippendale. Once an old working-class suburb, Chippendale now boasts a population that is significantly younger and more educated than the rest of Sydney. That's not hard to believe with three...

Maroubra

Considering Maroubra’s name originates from the Aboriginal word meaning ‘like thunder’, it’s no wonder that the beachside suburb is famous for its thriving surf culture. The name presumably refers to the sound of waves crashing on the shore, and is fitting for a suburb that plays host...

Drummoyne

Surrounded on three sides by Sydney Harbour and beautifully located on the peninsula between Iron Cove and Five Dock Bay, Drummoyne boasts of the best waterfront views like no other. Largely residential, the area has no shortage of comfortable serviced apartments for the contemporary traveller...

Rose Bay

Offering a unique perspective of Sydney, the affluent harbour side suburb of Rose Bay is an elegant, serene space for the carefree traveller. You get to see both the Harbour Bridge and Opera House in one vista, all while having a picnic on Rose Bay's secluded beaches. Neighboured by Double...

Newtown

While the town certainly isn’t ‘new’ this joint is overflowing with unconventionally cool bars, eateries, theatres, cocktail terraces, quirky bookstores and even quirkier people. Most of the new in Newtown is well worth a visit but don’t discourage the old stuff too, it has its merit....