The most famous beaches when you travel to australia, Bells Beach and Kirra Point is a popular place to enjoy sun, sand and water, is located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. Bondi is one of the most touristy area filled in Sydney. While spending a few hours or even days at Bondi have to be ‘things to do’ list you while you are in Sydney, there are several other similar beach will not be as busy or tourist.
Coogee Beach, just south of Bondi Beach Sydney is like a brother and often ignored. Coogee offersenough space to spread out a large grass and sand areas to enjoy . Upper North Coast (north of CBD) can offer a number of beaches are smaller and quieter than the eastern suburbs. Palm Beach and Whale Beach top picks for this area.
Feel the need for a few drinks after a day at the beach? Not to worry, Sydney is home to numerous bars, pubs and some of the best restaurants in Australia. Bottle shops and pubs (often both at the same angle) that many in almost every suburb of Sydney. The relaxed Melt Bar in Kings Cross and Roxbury in Glebe are some interesting nightlife Sydney has to offer. Kuleto in Newtown is one of the best restaurant for Italian cuisine in the area. The Rocks is the area north of the CBD is the historic pubs filled with charming, colonial style in the great atmosphere overlooking the Harbour Bridge.
Travel and food go hand in hand – first, because you must eat to survive and secondly because the food is an important part of experiencing different cultures and goals. Sydney has some of the best international cuisine and most modern Australian trip food for your sample. The only problem is knowing where to eat, especially if you’re on a budget.