37 Things You Have To Do In Sydney, Australia, Before You Die
What to eat, drink, and do in one of the most naturally beautiful cities in the world.
Eat pasta served from a wheel of cheese at Buffalo Dining Club.
Float in the stunning waters of Wylie's Baths in Coogee.
Walk (or run) a lap of the picturesque Centennial Park.
Munch on a lamb, almond, and harissa sausage roll from Bourke Street Bakery.
Go on a self-guided brewery crawl around Sydney's Inner West.
Watch a movie at the Hayden Orpheum Picture Palace, a beautiful art deco cinema in Cremorne.
Head to Frankie's Pizza for some pizza (duh), pinball, and live rock music.
Try to find the most authentic Vietnamese food in Marrickville.
Soak up views of Sydney's shoreline on the ferry ride from Circular Quay to Manly.
Then walk along the epic coastal track from Manly to the Spit Bridge.
Stuff your face with dumplings, noodles, and curries at Spice Alley in Chippendale.
Catch a show at the Enmore Theatre, the oldest and longest-running live theatre in Sydney.
Chow down a late-night Indian kebab from Indian Home Diner on Paddington's Oxford Street.
Rummage for goodies at Glebe Markets.
Contemplate some contemporary Chinese art at White Rabbit Gallery.
See a movie at the ridiculously beautiful OpenAir Cinema.
Be slightly amazed at how beautiful raw meat can look at Sydney's fanciest butcher, Victor Churchill.
Treat yourself to a scoop or two from Gelato Messina.
Get drunk with Newtown hipsters, then head to Mary's for a fried chicken and burger feast.
Learn about gin, whisky, and vodka on a tour of Archie Rose Distillery, then sample them (all of them) in delicious cocktails at the bar next door.
Drool over a chicken parmigiana from The Unicorn Hotel, a quintessential Aussie pub.
Learn about Australia's Indigenous cultures at the Australian Museum, which is home to one of the biggest First Nations collections in the world.
Sip on a drink in the sunshine at Opera Bar.
Make a huge mess eating a Bar Luca burger.
Explore the amazing beaches, sandstone cliffs, and natural swimming pools in the Royal National Park.
Have brunch overlooking Sydney Harbour at Celsius Coffee Co.
Get your fresh food fix at Fishbowl.
Hit up a few of the specialty coffee roasters in Surry Hills and get super buzzed on caffeine.
Check out some gorgeous art with an equally gorgeous backdrop in the annual Sculpture by the Sea festival.
Pack a picnic and hike up to Barrenjoey Lighthouse at Palm Beach (aka Summer Bay, where Home and Away is filmed).
Meander through Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden, marvelling at the native (and exotic) plants and Australia's most iconic bird: the ibis.
Sit at the counter at Continental Deli Bar & Bistro and order a cocktail served from a can.
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