We got to see two sides of Ryan's in the matter of just a few hours. We were to meet up with friends at 530 one evening and happened to be near so went to check it out early. We sat there in the back... more
The Australian Hotel is an old pub in the Rocks section of Sydney. The orignal pub was opened in 1824 and this location has been around since 1913; which makes it a popular Sydney institution.
This club is legendary in Sydney for the size, but the music is somewhat RAVE, RAVE, and more RAVE !!!! there is a small hip hop room on the second floor, but the DJ needs to learn more about hip hop... more
We were in Darling Harbour for Santa Fest and the Fireworks display on a Saturday. We decided to stop in here for some drinks solely due to their outdoor seating and the view of the Harbour. We found... more
The Fringe Bar was an excellent pub. We spent every Tuesday here to grab some food and play Pub Trivia with my friend Jackie and her crew of friends. The bar is funky with eclectic decor. There are... more
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... more
One of my favorites during our visit to Sydney was being able to stroll at night . I enjoyed seeing the Harbour Bridge and Opera House Illuminated against the dark night sky. The city skyline was... more
This bar/restaurant is located directly across from Bondi Beach and has good views from the first floor level balconys.
I have only been to Ravesi's on a Sunday night in October/November. It was so... more
Sydney is graced with many stylish bars, yet few match the finesse of Kinsela's Middlebar.
The sophisticated interior is reminiscent of the uninhibited opulence of a glamorous LA lounge, and is one of... more
I find The Basement one of the coolest live music venues in Sydney. It really reminds me of an old European or New York style club. It's small, yet the atmosphere attracts are more sophisticated... more
This is probably one activity I wouldn't encourage. The StarCity Casino is housed in a huge entertainment centre where they have all sorts of restaurants, cafes, theatre and of course, the casino. I... more
Gosh!!! I love this place, this is one of the best bars in Sydney, really!!! Though the frontdoor guards are a lil' scary and the people inside are a lil' rude, loud and flirty, it's still my favorite... more
Coogee Bay Hotel is just opposite Coogee Beach. It's open during the day for meals and drinks, and of course, open at night too for meals and drinks.
There is a large outdoor section which is really... more
This is the new hotspot in Sydney for drinking/clubbing....in its initial hey day (a few decades ago), this was the 'IT' place to be seen. It eventually degenerated into a seedy bar that you would... more
Well, what can I say? You can expect what you can expect from almost any HRC in the world : good drinks, good food & great music!
Update : This outlet has long since closed and the Hard Rock Cafe... more
The Lord Nelson is one of those pubs built into an old building that really has a good feel about it. We came along to here on one of our last days in town. I was very comfortable and had I been able... more
This is Sydney! It has everything! Pubs, clubs, theaters....et al. I mean, this place has a bustling nightlife. They have a Hard Rock Cafe here (located very near the red light district!)... and Bobby... more
Kiribilli is the area on the North Shore of Sydney near the Harbour Bridge... Anne Marie and I took a leisurely walk around this area my first night in Sydney... it's beautiful with all the lights... more
I’ve been sitting here wondering just how it is I want to describe Sydney. I feel at home here. It seems strange as I’ve only visited seven times now. But ever since arriving alone that first Saturday...
From the time I was a little girl I wanted to visit Sydney..... My dream of visiting Sydney came true when Christopher took me to Sydney for my Birthday in October 2007. It was a magical trip full of...
The first European settlement of Sydney was in 1788 at Sydney Cove (now known as The Rocks), nearly 20 years after Captain Cook first landed in Botany Bay (20 miles or so south of the CBD). The reason...
My work here will never be satisfied till I make the top 5 (September 2011, finally made it!). To that end I continually go to odd places in an endeavour to point you to places you've never heard of...
Although Sydney (Australia in general) had been on my list of places to visit I wasn't sure I wanted to go when I was invited because we would only have 5 short days to explore this far away city. I...