Glebe Market is one of Sydney’s most well-known Saturday markets with diversity, character, and style. Come meet and chat with the makers and be part of the scene.
Explore and lose yourself at Glebe for a day.…
Lined with vintage stores, quirky boutiques and eclectic restaurants, trendy King Street is the perfect spot to stop for coffee, buy one-off fashions or shop second-hand books.
A cozy café bar with bookstore with courtyard café, offering brekkie and lunch; wines, cocktails and share dishes. They have over 10,000 fiction and non-fiction titles list for you to browse and order.
The largest fish market in Sydney featuring a range of seafood and fresh produce retailers, cafes, and restaurants. This place is seafood loves’ paradise. It is offering an array of fresh seafood from prawns, oysters, rock lobster and barramundi.
The Toxteth, or The Tocky. A classic pub and neighborhood local where you can grab a drink, enjoy quality meal & catch up with friends & family. Serving sliders, ribs, and burgers. There also got multiple screens in venue, function spaces, city views, out-door area.
Founded in 1850, it is Australia’s first university and is regarded as one of the world’s leading universities. Whether you’re a tourist, history buff, prospective student or simply curious to learn more about the campus, there is much to see and enjoy…
Tramsheds is Sydney’s most exciting food and lifestyle destination, housed in the former historic Rozelle Tram Depot. Originally built in 1904, this beautifully restored dining precinct features 11 restaurants from some of Sydney’s most forward-thinking chefs, artisans and provedores including Bodega 1904 and Flour Eggs Water.
Victoria Park Pool is an oasis in the middle of a tranquil, 9-hectare park – itself a big drawcard. As well as an old-school outdoor pool it boasts a fitness centre and popular cafe.