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The Grace This large art-deco hotel is centrally located and it now features 10 super-special rooms for a customised stay. Spoil yourself! Sebel Surry Hills Bar H Bentley Restaurant & Bar Billy Kwong Marque Porteno Quay Rockpool Love, Tilly Devine Ultimo Wine Centre Aboriginal plant tour Fish cookery class Coastal walk
Place yourself at the heart of the action in this modern hotel with pool, close to some of Sydney’s best places to drink, eat and shop.
Bars and restaurants
Sydney’s bar scene is vibrant, with bar crawls comprising wine or cocktails to share with small dishes before moving on. H is for Hamish, who picks the wines and cooks the food in this trendy hotspot.
This informal-chic Surry Hills hangout sees Nick Hildebrandt at the helm of impressive wine and bar lists that complement the chef Brent Savage’s innovative food.
Chef and cookbook writer Kylie Kwong has reset the benchmark for Cantonese cuisine by adding farm-fresh organic sparkle to hers ,in this tiny, ever-popular Surry Hills restaurant. kyliekwong.org
Mark Best’s intimate Surry Hills restaurant offers serious, creative food using ingredients with unmasked purity. An imaginative wine list completes the picture.
Pull out your retro attire and hurry to Surry Hills for Argentinian grilled meats, groovy sounds and a Spanish-focused wine list. A fun place – if you can get in. Kids love it too.
Top restaurant, top view, centre stage, between the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Be wowed by chef Peter Gilmore’s culinary flair and comprehensive wine list. An unforgettable experience.
Neil Perry is an Australian gastronomic icon with three Sydney restaurants: Rockpool, for well-heeled modern food; Spice Temple, for jazzy Chinese; and Rockpool Bar and Grill for roasts and toasts in the spectacular lobby of a deco bank.
Hidden in a side street, this tiny dive is named for a brothel madam. It has Sydney’s most terroir-driven wine list, plus artisan ingredients and a laid-back atmosphere.
Equidistant from the city centre and Surry Hills, explore Ultimo to purchase top wines from several continents. Time it right for free tastings with knowledgeable staff.
Explore the colourful Royal Botanic Gardens with an Aboriginal heritage guide demonstrating native plants and their uses.
Roberta Muir’s Sydney Seafood School runs fish cookery classes inside the vast Sydney Fish Market, from a high-tech kitchen overlooking the auction market.
Walk the coastline from Bondi, the quintessential surf beach, past Tamarama to Bronte, ending at the Waverley Cemetery perched on an ocean cliff. It’s an energising way to experience Sydney’s beach culture.
This large art-deco hotel is centrally located and it now features 10 super-special rooms for a customised stay. Spoil yourself!
Sebel Surry Hills
Bentley Restaurant & Bar
Love, Tilly Devine
Ultimo Wine Centre
Aboriginal plant tour
Fish cookery class
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- 1. Decanter travel guide: Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia
- 2. Hunter Valley: Six of the best wineries to visit
- 3. Sydney: Where to stay, shop, eat and relax