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  1. CBD

    From fast fashion to luxury labels, beauty to books, concept dining to convenient consuming, everything is catered for in the very heart of Sydney.

  2. This Sydney village is home to scores of intriguing fashion boutiques, Australian designer flagship stores, specialty stores and art galleries.

  3. This lush and leafy village houses internationally-known Australian designer stores, artful antiques, relaxed cafes and galleries dotted along Queen Street.

  4. The gracefully ageing architecture of Surry Hills is Sydney's creative hub where design, fashion, music and style are as essential as breathing.

  5. Home to some of the trendiest cafes, restaurants and boutiques, you’ll feel as though you've stumbled upon a little patch of New York.

  6. Retro and vintage furniture, boutique dining and art galleries will command your attention in Redfern/Waterloo.

  7. An eclectic culture that's young and fresh, harbour front walks and verdant parklands inform the sunlit alfresco lifestyle on the Lower North Shore.

  8. Perched on a picturesque peninsula in Sydney's inner west, this eclectic waterside enclave offers a laid-back inner-city alternative.

  9. Bohemian by nature, but a modern pioneer in the diversity of its entertainment, many individuals work to fill Newtown's foundations with a distinctive taste.

  10. Explore the leafy streets and enticing laneways of one of Sydney's most beautiful harbour front suburbs and shopping precincts.

  11. The mother of Australia's hipster culture, Bondi keeps the most condensed mix of culture, charisma and cultivated menus in Sydney.

  12. The Rocks offers an unrivalled blend of the old and the new, from heritage architecture and cobblestoned laneways, to some of Sydney's finest restaurants.

  13. Hear the uproar of the fish auctions after sunset or dance until dawn at The Star. Times are continuously evolving in the waterfront suburbs of Pyrmont/Ultimo.

  14. Sydney’s favourite beachside village conjures the halcyon days of a seventies summer: the hazy union of the sun, surf and sea.

  15. Explore an exciting melting pot of cultures and cuisines in Sydney's vibrant Chinatown.

  16. A riot of flavours, textures and colours, here, cultural traditions and culinary adventure face off in dessert shops and noodle houses.

  17. Spice emporiums, noodle houses and Lebanese bakeries rub shoulders with florists, gift shops and fashion vendors in Burwood.

  18. Cronulla may be known for its idyllic beachside location, but the relaxed atmosphere is deceiving, with the area emerging as a rejuvenated hub for creative and contemporary food, fashion and design.

  19. The second oldest city in Australia, Parramatta masterfully melds the old with the new. With plans for rejuvenation well underway, the region pulses with a youthful energy thanks in part to a spate of Mod-Aus café openings, with storied fine dining...

  20. This beachside city is known for its surf-loving locals and picturesque coast, but it's also fast becoming a centre for food, art, and design.

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