Sydney city at night, Sydney
This is the cheapest way to enjoy your Sydney night... just stroll around The Rocks and Circular Quay and admire the lights.
And if you need lights and sounds just head to my other nightlife tips ;-))
Dress Code: As you feel free...
Hyde Park occupies quite a significant area in the city map so how could I miss it? Due to limited daytime, I went to the park after dark which made me a bit nervous as my friend told me that she saw a horrible man removing his pants to show his bum to her when she was walking in the park at night a week earlier. Luckily, I didn't meet any strange people there. All I could see was just this lovely picture, so peaceful, so calm.
We went to their cocktail lounge on the 36th floor and waited for a table so we could enjoy the view. As you enter the lounge you can ask to be put on the list so you can enjoy the view. Believe me you dont want to miss the view. We went on a Thursday night after the theatre about 11pm and were rewarded with the best seat in Sydney!! Our table was at a large corner window were we just looked down over the bridge and opera house, we were intoxicated by the view!!! This is not the place you go to party the drinks are little more costly than average $12 for scotch & coke but we felt like we had won lotto and that is how we were treated by staff.
Dress Code: There is a dress code last time we went we couldn't get in as my son was wearing runners. Most people were smartly dressed ie pants, shirt and shoes for the men and the ladies were smart. Not sure that even "dress" jeans would cut it.
Feel the Sydney city by night was a thrilling experience... just stroll around The Rocks, Circular Quay, Darling Harbour... and see the results on my pictures... and be speechless ;-x
And if you need more sounds and lights just head to my other nightlife tips!
An amazing new bar which opened in Sydney a couple of months ago, It is actually a complex of bars and restaurants,
I would recommend the Patio bar for a drink with friends and for some people watching, Mad cow has fantastic food, but make a booking because they can get quite busy, If you are after a place to chill out try the ivy lounge or terrace.
for more info:
http://www.merivale.com.au/ then click on the ivy link
Dress Code: Can be strict, shirts for men, no jeans or sneakers but that depends on when you go and how busy they are.
18 Plus – late 20’s
Homenight Club – (18-30years) Sublime – heavy dance
Bourbon – Plan B upstairs Saturday night - 24 Darlinghurst Road Kings Cross
Empire – Sat night funky/electro top pop dance
Le Panic – funky house music - 20 Bayswater Road Kings Cross
Dragonfly – popular funky music
Yu – Fri/Sat/Sun night’s best.
Bungalow 8 - Funky crowd and music - 8 The Promenade King Street Wharf
Loft - upbeat establishment - 3 Lime Street , King Street Wharf
Hush Hush Bar - Bourbon - Darlinghurst Road, Kings Cross
Dress Code: Well dressed - no sneakers, flip flops.
There are alot of clubs and bars around Sydney . To me lve been to juz a few of them . However there is a pub called " 3monkeys " which 's very popular for asian people ( but there are also lots of Aussie too ) They play live music and play HIT songs. it 's cool .
Dress Code: Anything you feel good . But try not to be so casual .
If you start walking on the bridge at sunset and you walking slowly. If you come back you will see this picture. Amaizing!!! That is why I like Sydney.