Travelling is such an amazing experience. You get to see things that you never thought you’d see and you also get to see some of the most breathtaking sights in the world. If you are travelling to Sydney and don’t want to miss out on anything, then you can find out everything you need to know right here.
Hubert is actually an underground French restaurant. When you go here, you will walk through some huge wooden doors and soon you’ll feel detached from the world. You have show-stopping wine and some of the finest food in the country. All of the meals are candle-lit and there are plenty of booths and bars for you to sit at as well if you just want to stop for a drink. The whole thing is very surreal, and you’ll almost feel as though you’ve dropped down a rabbit hole.
This is the most photographed pool in Australia. It is at the most famous beach in Sydney and it has been classed as a landmark for nearly 100 years now. It doesn’t cost much at all for you to get entry to this stunning area and when you do pay for entry, you get to see the wonderful sights and you also get to visit the gym, the sauna and even the pool as well. If it’s summer in Australia then it’ll be scorching hot, so make sure that you pack some loose, summer clothes. There is even a yoga by the sea class, and that is known for being one of the best yoga classes in the area due to the scenic location.
ROYAL BOTANIC GARDENS
This is considered to be one of the oldest gardens in the Southern Hemisphere. When you look back, you’ll find that this garden oasis has been through cattle grazing, flying fox infestations, woodland fires and more. This is a great area if you want to sit, relax and kick back with some afternoon tea.
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Momofuku is actually a Japanese word. It is the name of the person who invented the instant ramen. This is a 5-star restaurant with a 14-course tasting experience. The chef was born in Barbados and you can really see that his Caribbean roots really shine through the food. The beverage list alone ranges from sake to orange wine and even sherry as well. If you’re looking for things to do in Sydney then this should be on your list. This restaurant is expensive but it is almost impossible not to enjoy what you are eating so it is worth splashing out on at least once.
ROYAL NATIONAL PARK
It doesn’t matter whether you want to swim, ride your bike, walk or even sit down and have a picnic because this area can provide you with a day that is full of adventure. The area alone is very endearing and the easiest way for you to access the park is to drive. The coastal walk takes on average 2 days to complete but it is possible for you to just explore a portion of it so that you can really take in each part.
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