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Gordons Bay. Image: 3 Stroke Photgraphy, Destination NSW.

Gordons Bay

Gordons Bay, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2031
Website: www.randwick.nsw.gov.au/Places_for_people/Recreation_and_leisure/Beaches/Gordons_Bay/index.aspx

Gordons Bay is located south of Clovelly Beach and north of Coogee Beach. Access to the bay is only limited to pedestrians via the surrounding streets or the Coastal Walk. Protected by an offshore reef , it is a popular dive spot, the calm waters hide a unique underwater nature trail.

Sydney Tower Eye SKYWALK sunset

Sydney Tower Eye

Level 5, Westfield Sydney, Pitt Street, Corner of Market Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: sydneytowereye@merlinentertainments.com.au
Website: www.sydneytowereye.com.au
9059265 Phone Number: 61 02 9333 9222

Sydney Tower Eye takes you to the highest point above Sydney for breathtaking 360 degree views of the beautiful harbour city. From the golden beaches to the distant Blue Mountains, you'll be amazed by the views. Your ticket includes the 4D cinema experience - the first produced in Australia - where you can uncover a new dimension to Sydney through a whole new perspective. The engaging film experience is taken to the fourth dimension with evocative in-theatre effects including wind, bubbles and fire! The newly renovated Observation Deck offers state-of-the-art technology, including high powered binoculars and multilingual touch screen panels that tell every visitor interesting facts about the famous landmarks they are looking at. Upgrade your ticket to include the SKYWALK - Sydney's highest outdoor adventure. It is an exhilarating walk, 260 metres above the harbour city - more than double the height of the Harbour Bridge!

The Rocks Markets

The Rocks Markets

Playfair and George Streets, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000
Email: therocksmarket@shfa.nsw.gov.au
Website: www.therocks.com/things-to-do/the-rocks-markets.aspx
9059281 Phone Number: 61 02 9240 8717
Fax Number: 61 02 9240 8899

It's said that only good things happen on Fridays and from 9am - 3pm at The Rocks Foodies Market it's all about good things you can eat and enjoy in the lovely Jack Mundey Place. While you're at it, pick up fresh fruit, crusty bread, irresistible chocolate, olive oils, condiments and homewares as buskers coax laid-back tunes from guitars and banjos. Wander down for gourmet wraps and burgers, barbecued salmon, lamb kebabs, Turkish gozleme and a whole range of Australian-made gourmet produce. Open every Saturday and Sunday from 10am - 5pm year round, The Rocks Markets is about more than just shopping - it's a Sydney institution. Set amid convict-carved sandstone and along The Rocks' quaint cobblestone laneways, the colourful markets are home to more than 200 eclectic stalls where you can find fashion and accessories by emerging designers, locally-produced homewares, beauty products and original photography, art, crafts and jewellery.

Australian Knitwear Designer

Sonya Hopkins, Sydney

Sonya Hopkins Sydney, 17 William Street, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2021
Email: enquiries@sonyahopkins.com
Website: www.sonyahopkins.com
9217020 Phone Number: 61 02 9380 8030

Sonya Hopkins is a Sydney based designer and one of Australia's leading knitwear designers. Creating classically styled and modern fitting knitwear, cardigans, tops, and accessories. Find cashmere, silk, fine merino wool, and luxurious Italian cottons available in a rainbow selection of colours. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram for all the latest information. Purchases are tax/GST free for international visitors. For more information, please visit the web site.

North Head lookout, Sydney Harbour National Park. Photo: David Finnegan

North Head

Fairfax Walking Track, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2095
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/sydney-harbour-national-park/north-head/lookout

The heath-covered clifftops at North Head reveal unending ocean views and a spectacular panorama of the harbour and Sydney skyline. Situated on the northern-most edge of the harbour within sight of Hornby Lighthouse on South Head, it's a relaxing ferry ride from Circular Quay. One of those things to do when visiting Sydney, it's near to Manly, and a great day trip for locals and tourists alike. If you're feeling adventurous, North Head has some of Sydney's best boat diving sites and is especially popular for drift dives. Explore the remains of historic shipwrecks and perhaps glimpse common sea dragons and the rarer red Indian fish in the sheltered harbour waters. If your exploration is on foot, try the easy Fairfax walk. The ghost tour of historic Quarantine Station is a must-do. If you're feeling like a special... Visit website for more info

Royal Randwick Racecourse

Royal Randwick Racecourse

Alison Road, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2031
Email: info@australianturfclub.com.au
Website: www.australianturfclub.com.au/royal_randwick_events.html
9059178 Phone Number: 61 02 9663 8400

A world-class six-level grandstand and surrounding facilities at Royal Randwick have increased the venue's capacity to provide flexible spaces that can be used for both racing and non-race day events. The venue spans more than 200 acres with 15 unique indoor and outdoor spaces, which allows the racecourse to cater for conference events, exhibitions, trade shows, dinners and corporate days. The luxury racecourse offers a spectacular setting with a unique backdrop of trackside and cityscape views, high-class cuisine prepared by award-winning kitchens, free parking and state of the art technology. Royal Randwick racecourse has fast established itself as Sydney's premium choice destination for events.

Bondi Baths. Credit: Destination NSW

Bondi Baths

1 Notts Avenue, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2026
Website: icebergs.com.au/facilities/pool/
9211629 Phone Number: 61 02 9130 4804

The Bondi Baths are located at the southern end of Bondi Beach and have been a land mark for over 100 years. You can enjoy doing some laps in the 50 metre pool or take the kids to the kids pool. Fully qualified lifeguards patrol the pools during opening hours. The pools are usually closed on a Thursday for cleaning, please check the voicemail for information.

Cronulla Aerial

Cronulla Beach

Cronulla Beach, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2230
Website: www.sutherlandshire.nsw.gov.au/Recreation/Beaches/Cronulla_Beach

Cronulla, in the Sutherland Shire on Sydney's southern coast, is the only Sydney beach that can be reached by train, meaning you can visit without the headache of finding a carpark. North Cronulla beach, Elouera and Wanda beaches are popular surfing destinations. Local surf schools provide surfing lessons from beginners to advanced. Parks on the beach front at South Cronulla, Shelly Beach, Oak Park and Gunnamatta Park provide a shady place to seek respite from the sun. All the other ingredients for a top day out at the beach can be found in Cronulla - fish and chips, icecream and gelato, cool surf shops for beach supplies and accommodation.

Originally the Harp of Erin pub

Watters Gallery

109 Riley Street, Sydney, New South Wales, 2010
Email: sonia@wattersgallery.com
Website: www.wattersgallery.com
9216494 Phone Number: 61 02 9331 2556
Fax Number: 61 02 9361 6871

Watters Gallery has been one of the most important and innovative private galleries in Sydney since it first opened in 1964. It remains at the forefront of contemporary art in Australia, refusing to follow art-world fashions and adhering to a policy of showing only those artists who are totally committed to their work. To this end it has relied on the unerring vision of its inaugural directors, Frank Watters, Geoffrey Legge and Alexandra Legge. In this its transitional fiftieth year Watters Gallery draws on its remarkable legacy whilst also looking forward with excitement to the years ahead under a new leadership team. The gallery is situated in the heart of East Sydney, five minutes walk from Oxford Street and Hyde Park.

Heath and Bare Creek trails, Garigal National Park. Photo: Kim McClymont/NSW Government

Heath and Bare Creek trails

Heath Track, Sydney Suburbs, New South Wales, 2085
Website: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/garigal-national-park/heath-and-bare-creek-trails/cycling

3.7km (one way) - 1.5 hour - Medium difficulty Popular for mountain biking and horse riding, Heath trail is a challenging fire trail running down into the valley of Garigal National Park. It's a fantastic ride and suited to more experienced mountain bikers. There are sandy corners and the terrain can be rough, so take care. Of course, if you ride down into the valley you'll have to ... Visit website for more info