Often dubbed as the most exhibitionist city, Sydney in Australia has its own appeal. As one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, the city offers many unique and interesting spots to explore. Enjoy the sunrise from Sydney Harbour Bridge or wait for sunset from the Opera House. Need a little adventure? You can go swimming, sun bathing, or enroll yourself in a surfing lesson at Bondi Beach. From Bondi Beach, make time to go to Bronte while strolling the panoramic view along the magnificent sea cliffs. Are you a wine lover? Don’t forget to stop by at Hunter Valley, which is located about 2 hours away from Sydney. In here, you can explore the Yengo National Park as well as see the rock paintings of Aborigin in Millbrodale. Stop by at the local gallery, antique store, cafe and souvenir shops in Morpeth, Wollombi and Broke. Uniques handicrafts from these places are the perfect choice for your friends or relatives!
Explore Sydney’s colourful convict history in the Rocks, the harbourside quarter where settlement began. On weekends, head down to The Rocks Markets on weekends from 10am to 5pm for fashion, handcrafted jewellery, textiles, homewares, art, beauty products and photography, lure and inspire. Then stay a while to enjoy the harbour breeze and the warmth of the sun.
The Rocks Markets
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