Interesting Things to do in the Nation’s Birthplace
Sunday October 13th, 2013
From its late eighteenth century start as a chaotic and anarchic colony to its modern status as a hot tourist destination, Sydney has grown to become a world renowned cultural icon in its own right.
Here are some interesting things to do in the Nation’s Birthplace:
This bookstore is sure to thrill the bookworm inside all of us. You can literally spend hours flipping through the various sections, from philosophy and history to crime fiction and fantasy.
This secluded Japanese restaurant is bound to satisfy your craving for sushi and sashimi. Be sure to reserve a table because this little restaurant only caters for forty diners at a time
The Argyle is regarded as one of Sydney’s most recognisable and popular nightspots. Featuring a lovely cobblestoned courtyard and a double level inside area, The Argyle is the perfect place to relax after a hard week in the office
Other notable hotspots include:
The Argyle Oracle
Pony Lounge & Dining
Margo Richards Antiques
The Hero of Waterloo