How To Know which area of Sydney is the best fit for your personality

The CBD is the beating heart of Sydney and is the ideal location for those who’re ‘time-poor’ and like to get around easily. It’s jam packed with public transport options, Ubers, a vast range of businesses, attractions and amazing places to eat. It’s a great place to explore and discover hidden bars and resturants that only the locals know about such as Palmer and Co (on Abercrombie Lane), Bulletin Place Bar (just off Pitt St) and Darlo Country Club (off Victoria Street in Darlinghurst). These areplaces you won’t find anywhere else in the world!

If you are more of a ‘slower paced’ person, Sydney’s North Shore is a great option. It’s a great place to grab a cuppain one of the small coffee shops,check out the local bakeries, cafés, restaurants and supermarkets. According to locals,the most popular restaurants in the area include Cafe Lyon (Lindfield), Kiplings Garage Bar Turramurra and Tapas Tapas Bodega (Turramurra).

Sydney’s Inner West is the metropolitan area directly to the west of the CBD. With medium to high density housing, you will find it buzzing with life but still full of charm and character with many old-style homes still around. In keeping with the theme of old-style charm, you will find many interesting art galleries, theatres, museums and even a literal hidden gem- RocknCrystals, a beautiful mineral shop in Paddington.

The Eastern suburbs are the perfect choice for beach goers with not only many stunning beaches, but also a friendly, local atmosphere and relaxed lifestyle. The eastern suburbs offer many great places to eat including a host of award winning seafood restaurants such as Mr G’s in Double Bay, Bondi’s Best in Bondi and House of Crabs in Redfern.

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