Anyone who has lived in Sydney knows the quirky mixture of the Eastern Suburbs.
And there is no doubt that Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs has a real personality.
The problem is that there are so many aspects to that personality.
It is the playground of the mega-rich and a cheap dorm for overseas backpackers.
There are high-end designer fashions boutiques to charity shops for recycled numbers.
You can dine at ultra-fine restaurants or explore the delights of cheap eats and everything in between.
Together they are all the essence of the Eastern Suburbs and this is why it is such a magnet for visitors to Sydney.
As a visitor, you can find anything you want from free to freaking expensive. You can have great beaches, historic homes, stunning views, harbour hideaways, fine food and restaurants, wonderful walks, parks, and gardens.
In many ways, the Eastern Suburbs is a summary of Sydney and why Sydney is famous. And it’s yours to enjoy.
Here are some suggestions:
ELIZABETH BAY HOUSE
The first, and the longest-serving, lighthouse site in Australia.
MALABAR HEADLAND NATIONAL PARK
SYDNEY’S EASTERN BAYS AND BEACHES
SUBURBS OF EASTERN SYDNEY
WHERE TO EAT
Bay St. Corner Guilfoyle Ave, Double Bay NSW
Ph 02 9068 8888
“Neil Perry AM presents modern Australian cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian flavours with a large focus on fresh local produce.”
SYDNEY TOLL ROADS
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