Explore the City
A short two kilometre walk will lead you to the bustling nerve centre of Sydney. If department store shopping and endless sight seeing is what you’re looking for then head into to the city for Pitt Street Mall, Queen Victoria Building, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, China town and more.
A hub for world-famous attractions, including the Opera House, Circular Quay is one of Sydney’s most beautiful and versatile locations for travelers wanting to explore. Check out The Rocks, dabble in The Museum of Contemporary Art and discover Heritage buildings along cobbled laneways.
Not only does the Manly Ferry provide the best seat in the house for admiring the Sydney Harbour, it’s only a couple kilometres away. So jump on and head to some of the most beautiful bays and beaches in the world. www.manlyaustralia.com.au
Hyde Park is the oldest public parkland in the country and the perfect spot for travelers and locals to relax and explore. With numerous monuments, statues, the iconic Archibald fountain and over 500 types of exotic trees, Hyde Park is a definite must see for guests.
Royal Botanic Gardens
The Royal Botanic Gardens is stunningly situated on the Sydney Harbour and only a short walk away. With an outstanding collection of breathtaking plants from Australia and overseas covering 74 acres, there’s plenty of space to explore discover and enjoy.
Wine and Dine
123 Victoria Street, Potts Point
An eclectic oasis that serves up modern cuisine with flair.
The Fish Shop
22 Challis Ave, Potts Point
Working with local, seasonal, and sustainable Australian seafood and produce, The Fish Shop presents mouth-watering dishes and a market list that changes daily to reflect fare sourced from the Sydney Fish Market.
Cho Cho San
73 MacLeay Street, Potts Point
Modern Japanese Cuisine and killer cocktails .
155 Victoria Street, Potts Point
Enter through a door bathed in pink neon to find four floors of unexpected dining, while Executive Chef Dan Hong invents dish after mouth-watering dish.
1/28 MacLeay Street, Potts Point
Warmth and charm of a Chinese eating house with the dynamism of an open kitchen.
Harry’s Cafe de Wheels
Cowper Wharf Roadway & Downling St, Woolloomooloo
An Australian iconic pie cart serving pies, pasties and hot dogs.
44 MacLeay Street, Potts Point
Modern Greek dishes cooked over wood and charcoal helping to plate up strong Mediterranean flavours.