17 10 2013 in Surry Hills by Eddy Milfort (CC BY 2.0)

The Coolest Sydney Neighborhoods You’ve Never Heard Of

Sydney is a dynamic city. With a population of 4.2 million, it’s broken into many different suburbs, each with their own set of unique qualities. As a tourist, you’d likely recognize the popular Bondi Beach or even the Rocks district by Circular Quay where you can catch a glimpse of the Opera House and explore historic buildings. Beyond the main attractions, Sydney has so much more to explore. Here’s a look at a few neighborhoods that might be new to you.

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February 11, 2016 by
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Sydney Festival

What’s Happening During the Sydney Festival

As if Sydneysiders didn’t have enough to celebrate already, the Sydney Festival welcomes another spectacle in one of Australia’s most beloved cities.

During the festival, 100 events and 370 performances put on by some 700 artists showcase Sydney’s love for multicultural artistic expression. While many of the performances require advanced tickets, others are free.

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January 5, 2016 by
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It’s summer, hit these Sydney beaches

Best Sydney Beaches

Summer in Sydney is definitely an active time of year, but pulling up your own section of sand and spending time splashing around in the waves isn’t such a bad idea either. In fact, spending time on at least one, if not several, of Sydney’s stunning beaches is an absolute must-do.

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December 6, 2015 by
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How to Cap Off Spring in Sydney and Get Ready for Summer

Summer is hitting Sydney

Spring is one of the best times to visit Sydney, for the great weather and palpable excitement of summer being well on its way. As the seasons transition, there is a lot to do in town in addition to spending time on the sand (and, arguably, this is the best time to be at the beach since places like Bondi and Bronte aren’t yet overtaken by the tourists who will soon flock to town). If you’re headed to Sydney and feel inspired to escape the sand, here’s are a few ways to cap off spring and call in the summer.

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November 1, 2015 by
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Where to Camp Near Sydney

Camp Machinery on Cockatoo Island by Phil Whitehouse (CC BY 2.0)

A digital detox under the stars is easy to find in and around Sydney. Travelers can glamp within the city limits at Taronga Zoo and Cockatoo Island or venture a little further into the bush at one of the area’s famed national parks. Here are a few ideas for where to camp near Sydney.

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October 5, 2015 by
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Best National Parks Near Sydney

Bouddi National Park, best national parks from Sydney

Surrounded by ocean and forest, Sydney is a city immersed in nature. You don’t have to go far to find a secluded beach, quiet walking track or national park that contains all that plus hidden rivers and waterfalls. From Sydney Harbour National Park, which straddles the harbor along the north and south, to Wollemi National Park, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Greater Blue Mountains Area — which contains the only living examples of the Wollemi pine — here are the best national parks near Sydney.

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September 15, 2015 by
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Best Free Museums in Sydney

Sydney is a cosmopolitan city, filled with museums that compete and collaborate with the world’s best. In Commonwealth tradition, many Australian museums are free, some of the best ones living in Sydney. While many of the city’s attractions, such as the Australian National Maritime Museum and the Sydney Jewish Museum, are free once a month, here’s a list of the best free museums in Sydney, no matter the day.

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August 3, 2015 by
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Learning to Surf on Bondi Beach

Successfully standing up on a wave!

“That was awesome, you’re doing great!” Will says with a smile and holds his hand up for a high five. My hand meets his with a thwap! And we paddle out into the surf to go again. I invested in private surfing lessons on my last day in Australia. Why did I wait until my last day – I guess it’s called procrastination. Once I arrived at Bondi Beach in Sydney Australia and looked out at the hundreds of surfers bobbing up and down waiting to catch the infamous waves, I knew I had to give it a go; better late than never.

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July 28, 2015 by
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Taking a Day Trip to Canberra From Sydney

Canberra's a quick road trip from Sydney

If Canberra weren’t the nation’s capital you might be tempted to call it off-the-beaten-path because it’s a gem many travelers forgo in exchange for more popular places like Melbourne or Ayers Rock. The inland stepsister to iconic Sydney, Canberra has a lot to offer visitors willing to make the three-hour drive to the city. Best yet, if you leave early enough from Sydney, you can see Canberra in one day.

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July 23, 2015 by
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The Best Harbor Views in Sydney

Taronga Zoo, Sydney Harbour, Sydney Harbor, best harbor views in Sydney

The site of exploration, commerce, culture, recreation, and billions of tourist selfies, Sydney’s famous harbor should be the centerpiece of any trip Down Under. It looks different from every angle, whether you’re hiking a coastal trail, picnicking in the park or dining at a waterfront restaurant. The higher you go the better, of course. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge or board a helicopter at sunset and you’ll witness an impressive sight. Here’s where to find the best harbor views in Sydney:

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July 14, 2015 by
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