New South Wales:
Here's our list of traveler recommendations in New South Wales tagged as 'Good Place to Drink' . Click 'X' to remove this filter and browse all of our top local travel recommendations.
Results 1–14 of 14
When you come to Sydney remember we are foodies! We love our food and our culturally diverse menus are heavily influenced by Asian cuisine. Sometimes our American visitors arrive on our shores and ...
Many of the fine Australian wines served at Sydney’s world-class restaurants and wine bars are sourced from New South Wales’ famous Hunter Valley vineyards. The Hunter Region is around 150km (95 ...
Written by RobC, New Zealand, October 2011
If you like beaches and you like taking photographs, there's something about Bondi Beach that makes it a great destination. First of all there's the amazing mix of people: more than other beach in ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, October 2012
A common conception about Australians involves their love of beer, and
this conception rings true in many ways. Australian beer love is
regional with certain beers being preferred in different ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
Crave Sydney is a highlight on any food lovers calendar. Attracting
famous foodies from around the world, Crave hijacks October with an
entire month of food events across Sydney and regional ...
Written by Emma, Australia, November 2011
The Rocks is a buzzing area in central Sydney , just a short walk from Sydney Harbour Bridge and across from the Sydney Opera House . Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, September 2012
A real night out on the town in Sydney doesn’t exclude the biggest and the best: Oxford Street .
During the day, this Sydney street near the Central Business District
(CBD) is a relaxing and ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, January 2013
Locals in Sydney know Oxford Street for two main reasons: partying and shopping. We’ve already written about partying on Oxford Street, so this post will cover the shopping aspect. Oxford Street ...
Written by Jeff, Australia, October 2010
If you've got a day to spare in Sydney and you have a car I'd recommend heading northwest of Sydney to visit the charming village of St Albans.
Getting there is easy as you can just drive north of ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, December 2012
diverse food culture, ranging from trendy cafes to hatted restaurants,
draws food lovers from around the world to partake in the local fare.
Created from the combination of cultures ...
Written by Emma, Australia, February 2012
It’s Sydney’s turn to host the scrumptious Taste Festival in March 2012. Catch all the action over four days at the beautiful Centennial Parklands near Oxford Street, Paddington. Editor’s Note: ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, August 2012
Forget the straight-laced, classroom personality of the typical natural
history and culture museum. The land of fossils, dinosaurs, nature
photos and Australian history is normally a daytime world ...
Written by Emma, Australia, July 2012
Just because you’re on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t eat well in Sydney . If you love Asian food then there are plenty of great value Japanese , Chinese , Thai and Malaysian restaurants ...
Written by Emma, Australia, May 2012
Beautiful Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine growing region and lies just two hours north of Sydney . Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken from our Sydney Things to Do blog . ...
Results 1–14 of 14
Want to share your own recommendation?
Find Recommendations by Type
- Church / Cathedral
- Good for Kids
- Good Place to Eat
- Good Place to Shop
- Good Views / Viewpoint
- Horse Riding
- Monument - Modern
- Mountain Biking
- Must-Do Experience
- Nature & Wildlife
- Off-the-Beaten Path
- People Watching
- Picnic Spot
- Plaza / Square
- Popular with Locals
- Ruin - Modern
- Shopping / Entertainment Center
- Street / Avenue
- Swim & Snorkel
- Theme Park
- Tip - Family Travel
- Tip - Suggested Itineraries
- Tip - Weather
- Tip - When to Go
- Viator Top Pick
- Water Sports
- Cultural Experience
- Film & Cinema
- Good Place to Relax
- Good Place to Sleep
- Holiday Activity
- Live Music
- Monument - Historical
- National Park
- Park / Garden
- Photo ID required
- Pier / Waterfront / Port
- Pop Culture
- Shore Excursions
- Sunrise / Sunset
- Tip - Dos & Don'ts
- Tip - General Travel
- Tip - Transport
- Tip - What to See & Do
- Town / City
Top New South Wales Things to Do
Doing what: Lunch at Cottage Point Inn by Seaplane from Sydney