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Ayda’s Sydney Guidebook

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Ayda’s Sydney Guidebook

Food scene
Best spot to grab a delicious protein shake after your workout.
Top Juice
Best spot to grab a delicious protein shake after your workout.
Yummy organic chocolate!
Naked Foods
310-330 Oxford St
Yummy organic chocolate!
Best chicken in Sydney!
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El Jannah Granville
4/6 South St
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Best chicken in Sydney!
Delicious variety of toppings with delicious food and fantastic location.
Bare Naked Bowls
259 Crown St
Delicious variety of toppings with delicious food and fantastic location.
Great Food, great Service, great Value, I love this place!
Nama Poke - Erskine Street
62 Erskine St
Great Food, great Service, great Value, I love this place!
"The vegan pancakes, acai bowl, muffins, wraps, soups are all soooo amazing
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Bondi Wholefoods
517 Elizabeth St
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"The vegan pancakes, acai bowl, muffins, wraps, soups are all soooo amazing
Neighbourhoods
The 2010 postcode is Sydney’s coolest, no question. But it hasn’t always been that way. Sitting on the doorstep of Central Station, Surry Hills was a rough-and-tumble working class area for most of its history until gentrification arrived in the 1980s, bringing industrial-chic cafés and trendy Thai restaurants with it.
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Surry Hills
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The 2010 postcode is Sydney’s coolest, no question. But it hasn’t always been that way. Sitting on the doorstep of Central Station, Surry Hills was a rough-and-tumble working class area for most of its history until gentrification arrived in the 1980s, bringing industrial-chic cafés and trendy Thai restaurants with it.
Colourful. Alternative. Eccentric. Eclectic. Hipster. Arty. Random. Bohemian. Unconventional. Shabby. Chic. It’s impossible to capture the Newtown vibe in one word, but you only need to stroll past the independent boutiques and small bars of King Street to get a taste of it. And it’s not just the huge uni student population and Sydney’s most vibrant street art that give the neighbourhood its mojo.
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Newtown
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Colourful. Alternative. Eccentric. Eclectic. Hipster. Arty. Random. Bohemian. Unconventional. Shabby. Chic. It’s impossible to capture the Newtown vibe in one word, but you only need to stroll past the independent boutiques and small bars of King Street to get a taste of it. And it’s not just the huge uni student population and Sydney’s most vibrant street art that give the neighbourhood its mojo.
Bondi is one of Sydney’s most famous corners, and also one of its coolest. The one kilometre of golden sand speaks for itself, but the neighbourhood’s charm doesn’t end with the beach. The array of sophisticated food and drink options, health clubs and cultural events all contribute to the enviable lifestyle that Bondi Beach is famous for.
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Bondi Beach
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Bondi is one of Sydney’s most famous corners, and also one of its coolest. The one kilometre of golden sand speaks for itself, but the neighbourhood’s charm doesn’t end with the beach. The array of sophisticated food and drink options, health clubs and cultural events all contribute to the enviable lifestyle that Bondi Beach is famous for.
Darlinghurst is one of Sydney’s most artistic neighbourhoods — Stanley Street Gallery, ARTERY Aboriginal Art, King Street Gallery, Arthouse, Gallery 9 and TAP Gallery are a few of the independent art spaces in the area. Independent retailers on Oxford Street, vintage stores like Blue Spinach, gigs at the Oxford Art Factory and late-night eateries, such as Big Poppa’s and Mr Crackles, are all part of the appeal, too.
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Darlinghurst
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Darlinghurst is one of Sydney’s most artistic neighbourhoods — Stanley Street Gallery, ARTERY Aboriginal Art, King Street Gallery, Arthouse, Gallery 9 and TAP Gallery are a few of the independent art spaces in the area. Independent retailers on Oxford Street, vintage stores like Blue Spinach, gigs at the Oxford Art Factory and late-night eateries, such as Big Poppa’s and Mr Crackles, are all part of the appeal, too.
Like most of the suburbs on this list, Balmain has a long working-class history — the Australian Labor Party was founded here in 1891 — but the 2041 postcode has become one of Sydney’s most sought-after areas in recent years. Sitting on the harbour six kilometres west of the city centre, Balmain enjoys a rare blend of stylish housing, leafy public spaces and one of Sydney’s best coffee scenes.
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Balmain
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Like most of the suburbs on this list, Balmain has a long working-class history — the Australian Labor Party was founded here in 1891 — but the 2041 postcode has become one of Sydney’s most sought-after areas in recent years. Sitting on the harbour six kilometres west of the city centre, Balmain enjoys a rare blend of stylish housing, leafy public spaces and one of Sydney’s best coffee scenes.

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Opal Travel Card
Our public transport system’s integrated payment method is called an Opal card, and you can use it on ferries, trains, buses and the Light Rail. Remember to tap on and off everywhere, otherwise you’ll be charged the highest possible amount for your trip. Opal cards have maximum daily and weekly charges, and you can load them with funds at train stations, convenience stores, and, if you're registered, online. But if you've got a packed wallet, you can actaully scrap the Opal for all but buses, and use your bank card instead (you won't get any discounts, though).
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Sydney Ferries
There are people who catch a ferry across Sydney Harbour to work every day. It’s a legitimate form of public transport, and can be the fastest way to get from one part of Sydney to another. But it’s also ridiculously scenic like a postcard. We've found some of the most stellar ferry trips: you'll be sailng on the old chuggers to Manly, down the river to Parramatta and out to Watsons Bay.
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Leave Plenty Of Time To Get Places
Public transport in Sydney has a chequered past; from our inexplicably scrapped tram network to the one-way monorail that once encircled the CBD, some pretty questionable choices have marked this city's transit history. Trains and buses are prone to delays and whole services can be suspended in bad weather. Ferries are gorgeous and run to a tighter schedule, but aren’t that frequent either. Basically, Sydney does not have a fast, reliable, easy to use mass transit system, at least not yet. An extensive light rail extension is making certain parts of the city more navigable, and upgrades to Syd
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A Sweater
Sydney has an international reputation as a go-to destination for sun-seekers, and we certainly do catch quite a few rays here in the Land Down Under. But be warned, Sydney can dish out its fair share of wild weather too. Courtesy of a sub-tropical climate, torrential rain and summer storms are not uncommon here, and can roll in from the Tasman Sea, dropping a deluge on the city, without much notice. So, even if the sun is shining and the skies are clear in the morning, you'd be wise to check the forecast before heading out for the day. And if rain is on the horizon, we suggest a rain-poncho o