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    With its jewel harbour, Sydney is a city of postcard-perfect beaches, a thriving food and cultural scene, and big-city sophistication. The city meets the sea in a beautiful way, and locals count themselves lucky to live here. From the iconic eastern beaches of Bondi and Coogee to the elegant neighbourhoods of Potts Point, Mosman and Paddington, you’ll be spoilt for choice where you can live like a local.

    Bondi Bondi

    Bondi is a cosy neighbourhood of back streets with a line up of global eats at casual and sassy restaurants, wholefood cafes and late-night bars. The homeware & fashion stores on offer are great too! Pop down to the Icebergs pool for an early morning dip. Walk the rugged coastline between Bondi and Coogee whilst taking pics of the sweeping views and breathing in the fresh air.

    Broadway Broadway

    Sandwiched between Chinatown and Ultimo, the Sydney Broadway precinct is the domain of students and young professionals. The well-equipped Central shopping and residential precinct also includes a boutique cinema complex, food hall and beautifully landscaped park to chill out in - if the chaos gets too much.

    Camperdown Camperdown

    Camperdown may be small but it packs a punch. Bordering bohemian and funky Glebe and bold and creative Newtown, Camperdown’s large student and young professional population is well-equipped to work and play hard. Hipsters have a strong foothold here too, drawn to the stylish bistros, bars and cafés that are scattered throughout the area.

    Caringbah Caringbah

    Part of the Sutherland Shire, this pretty beachside suburb is one of the major shopping, commercial and regional centres of the area, only 24 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district. Located between Sans Souci and its big sister Cronulla, the village is dotted with cute cafes. Caringbah is situated across the harbour from the Royal National Park, so if you feel like stretching your legs or going on a picnic surrounded by Australian bushland - this is the place.

    Chippendale Chippendale

    An established inner-city neighbourhood that is on the cusp of something big, Chippendale is rapidly evolving from its working-class roots into one of Sydney’s top creative arts precincts, with no signs of slowing down. Once the local stomping ground of brewery and factory workers, creatives are moving in and transforming warehouses, terraces and workman’s cottages into art galleries, funky tea houses, cafés and cutting-edge restaurants.

    Clovelly Clovelly

    Clovelly is an alluring seaside locale where it feels like summer all year round. This beachside suburb has incredible clifftop parklands that border a sun-drenched beach. Popular with Sydneysiders including families, sunbathers, snorkelers and ocean swimmers. This is the place for experiencing that great ‘outdoor feeling’ for which Sydney famously embraces all year-round. Work on your tan, have a swim and admire the eye-candy!

    Coogee Coogee

    If you seek to experience Australia’s enviable beach life, then head to the shores of Coogee Beach and take in its sun-loving vibe. With its emerald waters, expansive green spaces, and relaxed café and dining culture, this laid-back surfy neighbourhood has an addictive vibrancy. Locals bask in the outdoors and hardly ever leave the Eastern suburbs precinct because everything they need is here: contemporary Australian food menus, pumping public bars, live music and a relaxed shopping strip.

    Darlinghurst Darlinghurst

    Darlinghurst’s addictive vibrancy pulsates day and night. You’ll find whatever moves you in this eclectic neighbourhood. The main thoroughfare Oxford Street has seen a lot of change over the decades. The birthplace of a protest movement that became the Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras and subsequently a playground for gay nightlife & culture. Stride down Crown Street to discover Stanley Street, where al fresco dining is 'a thing' and young hospitality operators have moved in to claim their space with small bars and quality cheap eats.

    Green Square Green Square
    Green Square

    If you want to see the latest in modern architecture and enjoy staying in minimalist spaces, then Green Square is the place! One of Australia’s biggest urban renewal projects, this precinct is just 3.5 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD. There is an award-winning underground library, creative centre and an amazing recently completed aquatic and recreation centre inspired by Sydney’s Ocean pools.

    Manly Manly

    Take a 20-minute fast ferry ride from the Sydney CBD to this seaside resort, originally established as an escape from the city. Boasting several beaches including Manly, Freshwater and Shelley beach you will be spoilt for choice on where to take your daily dip. If you like to eat and drink your way around a suburb: check-out the laneways that run behind The Corso teeming with locals enjoying a fresh brew and innovative Mod Oz cuisine.

    Mosman Mosman

    So, you want to pretend you’re a millionaire for a few days? Come and stay in one of Sydney’s most affluent and prestigious suburbs - Mosman, boasting grand historic homes and architecturally designed townhouses with breathtaking views across Sydney Harbour. The main drag, Military Road, boasts miles of boutique shopping, cafés, restaurants and delicatessens, whilst the hidden coves and beaches of Sydney Harbour National Park await exploration.

    Newtown Newtown

    Offbeat and arty, Newtown has evolved from its blue-collar roots into an area that oozes all things bohemian. Eclectic and artsy with elements of grit, this inner city precinct has established a name for itself on the local and international art scene. The focal point is King Street, which is both a multicultural food destination and a place to grab a quirky fashion find. King Street is the place to eat, drink and shop at all hours of the day and night.

    Paddington Paddington

    Steeped in history, Paddington has evolved from its bohemian roots into a vibrant arts and fashion hub. Only a 30-minute walk to the CBD, locals love to work and play hard. Home to cutting-edge art galleries that showcase local and international artists, designer brand shopping, and a vibrant café culture - this inner-city enclave demands attention. Don’t be fooled by the old exteriors – everything is shabby-chic inside with stripped-back brick walls opening out onto decked gardens.

    Parramatta Parramatta

    Thanks to unprecedented growth over the past two decades, Parramatta is now the geographical heart of Sydney. Parramatta is a cultural hub that has a whole lot going on; a bustling shopping precinct, popular foodie hangouts, late-night bars, and thriving art spaces. Built on ancient roots and propelled by openness and positivity, Parramatta draws people from across the globe, creating a unique vitality and fascinating cultural mosaic.

    Potts Point Potts Point
    Potts Point

    Entertaining Sydneysiders since the 1940’s, Potts Point has evolved from a bohemians enclave to a mix of writers, artists, young professionals and empty nesters from Vaucluse. Locals hang out in Llankelly Place, to dine on a laneway with giant 70’s-style circular lights suspended above the pathway that connects Kings Cross with Potts Point. Discover the innovative restaurants and small bars of the Roslyn Quarter and Kellett Street, lit with fairy lights and lined with established leafy trees.

    Randwick Randwick

    Framed by beautiful beaches, including Coogee and Maroubra, on one side and the expansive Centennial Park on the other, Randwick is a great suburb in which to relax and enjoy the Eastern Suburbs lifestyle. Famed for being Sydney’s premier horse racing destination, Randwick is a neighbourhood that likes to mix things up. Whether you've come from afar, meandered up from Coogee beach or live locally, St Paul's Street - known affecionately as ‘The Spot’- has your tapas-eating, absinthe-drinking, film-binging needs all tied up in one sweet parcel.

    Surry Hills Surry Hills
    Surry Hills

    Surry Hills is famous for its thriving creative scene, high-density population and small-business community. A vibrant suburb on the edge of the city, Surry Hills is where head-turning fashion, gritty graffiti and street art are the norm. This neighbourhood is a creative central hub. Pay a visit to the Brett Whiteley Studio or take in a show at Belvoir Street Theatre. Some of the city’s best organic cafés, innovative restaurants, lively pubs, fashionable wine bars, and hip boutiques are waiting to feed, water or dress you on Crown and Bourke Streets.

    Sydney Airport Sydney Airport
    Sydney Airport

    Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is the primary airport serving Sydney, and a hub for the national airline Qantas plus Virgin, Jetstar and Air New Zealand. Sydney Airport is one of the world's longest continuously operated commercial airports and the busiest airport in Australia. Sydney Airport is a terminus for the 21st century where you can tap into the free-WiFi, dine, sip a cocktail, wine of a beer or shop the latest International fashion collections before your flight.

    Sydney City Sydney City
    Sydney City

    With a jewel harbour, Sydney is a city of postcard-perfect beaches, a thriving food and cultural scene, and big-city sophistication. The city meets the sea in a beautiful way, and locals count themselves lucky to live here. Visit the Royal Botanic Gardens for serenity and beauty. For a panoramic view of the harbour, the best vantage point - for that Insta shot - is Mrs Macquarie’s Chair. Be sure to book a theatre, dance or orchestral performance at the Sydney Opera House in advance at one of the multiple venues within the famous sails.

    Watsons Bay Watsons Bay
    Watsons Bay

    A seaside destination, Watsons Bay is an elegant neighbourhood enjoyed by locals and international visitors alike. On the ferry wharf you can order fish & chips from the famous Doyles or you can go high-end and indulge in world-class seafood at the chic Watson’s Bay Boutique Hotel looking out at the Emerald City from the balcony dining room. Cute pastel-coloured cottages line the small streets as you walk between Watsons Bay and Camp Cove with perfect golden sand and spectacular views out to the Sydney heads.

    Woolloomooloo Woolloomooloo

    Stylish yet unpretentious, Woolloomooloo is a harbourside suburb which was originally part of the working-port of Port Jackson. The heritage-listed Finger Wharf is now home to award-winning restaurants, bars and a hotel. Nestled between the Botanic Gardens, Potts Point and the CBD, Woolloomooloo is the ultimate in convenient inner-city living. This precinct is proud of its working past and renowned for its focus on the arts and a thriving dining scene.

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