Sydney, a beautiful place to live in and a great city to visit, is filled with great food and activities to do whilst there.
Harbour-front, the Sydney Opera House sits proudly inviting visitors in to visit one of the 21st centuries most famous buildings. The building is open to the public every single day of the year, only closed on Christmas day and Good Friday.
Sydney's most famous beach, Bondi beach, is home to the Icebergs ocean pool. The baths have been a landmark of Bondi for 100 years and is still home to many sunbathers and swimmers throughout the summer. Peckish while stopping in Bondi? Pop into Mr Topper's Toast Bar for a glorious twist on the classic toast, hot coffee & cold drinks. A small beachside café on the north end of Campbell Parade, the place is already becoming popular amongst locals and out-of-towners keen for a quick feed and a coffee.
Other famous landmark in Sydney is the harbour bridge. The bridge has a height of 134 metres and the top is open to be walked by public set up through the Bridge Climb Sydney company which takes you on a walking tour of the bridge. This experience is very amazing and would be recommended to all who dare try this.
A good restaurant for fine dining in Sydney would be Hubert which serves french cuisine. From one of Sydneys well known chefs Daniel Pepperell the food here will keep you coming back.
A great place to stop of for coffee in Sydney is Edition Coffee Roasters. This zen cafe has a great sleek design with contrast wood against white walls. The great coffee and intelligent baristas make a great time at this cafe