By: Lainey Sandborg
What to See
Some things you might want to see while you're visiting Sydney would be the Bronte Beach, the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour bridge, and plenty more! Sydney is full of beautiful sight seeing spots. There are numerous amounts of beaches, and lots of National Parks to visit also! Sydney also uses monorails for a type of transportation, so if you haven't seen a monorail before, check it out!
Where to Stay
There are many hotels that you could stay at while you're visiting Sydney. Two of the most visited hotels are Rydges World Square, and the Vibe Hotel in North Sydney. The Rydges World Square hotel is in the Central Business District, and is anything but square. There is a restaurant in the hotel called the Sphere Restaurant, and there is also a bar called the Square Bar. There are many other fun things to do while you stay at Rydges. At the Vibe Hotel, there are many restaurants and cafes around you, and you also will have easy access to quality shopping in Neutral Bay or Mosman. There are also a few beautiful beaches just minutes away from the hotel. At the end of the day, you can come and relax in Vibe's sauna, go swimming in their heated swimming pool, or just relax on the Restaurant Terrace and take in the wonderful view of Lavender Bay.
Where to Dine
If you're looking for some of the best seafood, you could go to one of the three Garfish Seafood Restaurants. There is Manly, Kirribilli, and the Crows Nest. They all serve wonderful, fresh seafood, and have high quality ratings. Waterfront is another high rated restaurant. It's a dockside restaurant, and you can see the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge from your table.
Where to Eat
Café Chocolat is the place to go if you've got a sweet tooth. They serve various varieties of chocolate inspired foods. A "hamburger" is a banoffee-pie inspired dish of chocolate macaroons. Mamak is on the edge of Sydney's oldest Chinatown. You can watch your dish being made through the shopfront window. They serve crunchy, flaky, more-ish roti, and they come with rich curry gravies and jammy chilli sambal, or with chicken or lamb in spiced sauce.