Die besten Bezirke für Rucksackreisende.

Möchten Sie wissen, wo Sie in Australiens Großstädten am besten essen, übernachten und sich vergnügen können? Schließen Sie sich in diesen hippen urbanen Bezirken der Rucksack-Brigade an. Die besten Bezirke für Rucksackreisende.
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Die besten Bezirke für Rucksackreisende

Möchten Sie erfahren, wo Sie in Australiens Großstädten am besten essen, übernachten und sich vergnügen können? Schließen Sie sich in diesen hippen urbanen Bezirken der Rucksack-Brigade an.

Bondi, Coogee and Manly, Sydney

Bondi Beach, Sydney, New South Wales

Wenn Sie den Lebensstil an den Stränden Sydneys hautnah erleben möchten, wird einer dieser beliebten Küstenorte Sie in seinen Bann ziehen:  ​​Im Osten  Bondi ​ und Coogee ​ und im Norden Manly. Bondis weltberühmter Strand ist der Tummelplatz für Rucksackreisende, spontan Reisende (Flashpackers) und Modefreaks. Es gibt belebte Bars, fantastische Cafés und lokale Märkte, ganz zu schweigen von den vielen besonderen Veranstaltungen während des gesamten Jahres, wie beispielsweise das Flickerfest im Januar und der Straßenlauf City to Surf im August. Ganz in der Nähe liegt Coogee, eine Oase an der Küste für Familien und Travellers. Schwimmen Sie in den historischen Wylies Baths oder spazieren Sie auf dem atemberaubenden Weg entlang der Küste zur Bucht Gordons Bay, die für ihre ausgezeichneten Schnorchel- und Tauchmöglichkeiten berühmt ist. Auf der anderen Seite des Hafens liegt das malerische Viertel  Manly ​, das von Circular Quay nur eine entspannte halbe  Stunde Fahrt mit der Fähre entfernt ist. Tagsüber ist es ein beliebter Ort für Surfer, aber so richtig lebhaft wird es in Manly erst nach der Abenddämmerung, wenn Sie zwischen Wein-Bars, Strandkneipen und Hamburger-Restaurants mit sandigen Füßen umherschlendern können.


Glebe, Newtown and Kings Cross, Sydney

Sappho Books and Cafe, Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales

Looking to stay in the thick of things? Head to Sydney’s inner-city suburbs of Glebe, Newtown or Kings Cross. A short bus ride from the city, Glebe is home to a diverse community of students, academics, activists and new-agers. The popular Saturday market is a treasure-trove for pre-loved fashion, while Glebe Point Road is home to health food stores and cosy coffee shops. This eclectic mix continues in nearby Newtown. Check out its inexhaustible selection of ethnic restaurants, gay-friendly bars and edgy street fashion. If sleep isn’t a priority, head to Kings Cross, where most of Sydney’s nightclubs are found. The slightly seamy adult strip is just around the corner from elegant, tree-lined Potts Point and waterfront Elizabeth Bay with its delis, wine bars, restaurants and Art Deco apartments.


Northbridge, Fremantle and Cottesloe Beach, Perth

Cottesloe Beach, Perth, Western Australia

Northbridge is Perth’s biggest backpacker precinct, with lots of hostels, great nightlife and budget eateries. Try the top-value restaurants around James, Lake and William Streets, or the nearby suburbs of Leederville and Subiaco. The charming, historic port of Fremantle, or ‘Freo’, is brimming with art galleries, markets and a vibrant live music scene. Grab a bite at one of its many food trucks and wash it down with a coffee in the famous ‘Cappuccino Strip’ area. Fremantle is also the place to go for seasonal and craft beers. Drop in to Little Creatures, The Monk or The Norfolk Hotel. If you’re a bona fide beach lover, you might prefer to stay in one of the hostels along Cottesloe Beach. Spend your days swimming, snorkelling or surfing before watching the Indian Ocean sunset from a beachfront pub.


Fitzroy and St Kilda, Melbourne

Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria

Melbourne is often referred to as Australia’s cultural capital and is home to a thriving live music scene, late night bars and laneways dotted with cafés and coffee shops. Wander down the cobbled laneways near Flinders Street Station to discover one-off shops, alfresco dining and fantastic street art – you can even spot a Banksy on AC/DC Lane. Catch a 20 minute tram from the city centre to bohemian Brunswick Street in Fitzroy. Head to Vegie Bar for lunch before checking out its vintage fashion shops and Rose St. Artists’ Market, held on weekends. From the city centre you can also catch a 30 minute tram to the beachside neighbourhood of St Kilda. Hire bikes and ride the 40 minute round trip to see the colourful Brighton Bathing Boxes. Back in St Kilda enjoy casual Mexican food at Radio Mexico before catching a music gig at Esplanade Hotel, known as “The Espy” to locals. 


Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland

Fortitude Valley – just the Valley to locals – is where you’ll find Brisbane’s counter culture and nightlife pulse. The once gritty streets are now lined with fashion boutiques, theatres, live music venues, and loads of great places to eat and drink. Despite its gentrification, there’s still a diverse cultural community and bohemian flair. Get your fill of dumplings in Chinatown or detour off the mall to discover Greek and Italian culinary pockets. Local designers sell their wares in the boutiques along Ann and Brunswick Streets, and James Street is the go-to for arthouse film. You’ll find loads of hostels here, and many local watering holes offering backpacker specials. 


Mitchell Street, Darwin

Trailer Boat Club, Darwin, Northern Territory

Darwin’s backpacker scene is alive and kicking on Mitchell Street – a palm-shaded strip of hostels, hotels, bars, cafés and tour offices in the compact city centre. You’ll find most of your fellow travellers here, planning their trip to Kakadu or beating the heat at one of its many watering holes. Mitchell Street is a quick 15 minute shuttle bus from the airport. Once there you’ll find no need to leave – pool bars, open-air pubs and budget restaurants are all within easy reach. One of the many tour operators will help to book a day trip to the Tiwi Islands or lush Litchfield National Park.


East End, Adelaide

Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide, South Australia

You’re walking distance to most of Adelaide’s attractions in the cosmopolitan East End. Visit the galleries, museums and elegant colonial buildings along North Terrace or hire a bike and ride through Rymill Park and the Botanic Gardens. The international music festival WOMADelaide is held here each March. This area is also rife with dining options. Head to Rundle Street for trendy boutiques, cafés, wine bars and restaurants or Gouger Street for a cheap, sizzling Asian feast. For fresh produce you can’t beat Central Market.


Esplanade, Cairns

Esplanade, Cairns, Queensland

Cairns is an unabashed party town, and the eight blocks between the oceanfront esplanade and McLeod Street comprise one heaving party district. The esplanade is lined with up-market hotels, restaurants and bars, while the back streets are packed with more budget-conscious establishments. Hop between the hostel pool bars, enjoy live music in a beer garden or dance to local DJs in a cocktail lounge or club. And for the next morning, there are plenty of places serving a big breakfast. Tour operators are readily on hand for when you want to book your excursion to the Great Barrier Reef and World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest. 


Salamanca Place, Hobart

Salamanca Market, Hobart, Tasmania

The Georgian warehouses of Salamanca Place have been converted into galleries, theatres, cafés, bars and restaurants, and countless accommodation options. Browse the work of local artists in the bustling Saturday markets, catch a local band at the Salamanca Arts Centre or drink a pint of Tasmanian beer in a historic pub. Down on the waterfront you’ll find another popular dining strip. Pick a pier and dine on fresh Tasmanian seafood while listening to the gentle slap of sails on masts.


Byron Bay

Byron Bay, New South Wales

With its glorious beaches, new-age lifestyle and energetic music scene, Byron Bay is a time-honoured stop for travellers along Australia’s east coast. The epic waves of the Pass and Wategos Beach have been attracting surfers for years, but artists, writers, hippies and healers also make their home here. Don’t miss the Cape Byron Walking Track to the lighthouse on Australia’s easternmost point, before grabbing brunch at one of Byron’s countless cafés. Each year visitors converge on Byron for Bluesfest over the Easter long weekend (usually falling in late March or early April) and Splendour in the Grass in July, which attract big-name international and Australian acts.

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