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East Sydney Attractions

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Name Attraction Extra Info Address

Bondi Beach

World famous Bondi Beach, another icon of Sydney Australia. Surf, swim (between the red/yellow flags on the beach!). Myriad of restaurants and cafes catering to most, if not all, tastes. There is a Bondi to Coogee walk, mostly level or mild slopes, offering great coastal views and more beaches and cafes.

Bondi Beach

8 kms from the City Centre to Bondi beach! Take the train to Bondi Junction then bus to the beach, or take the Bondi and Beach Explorer bus from Circular Quay or along the route.



Centennial Park

Used by Sydneysiders as a recreational park for a long time, Centennial Park was created in 1886 to celebrate the landing of the First Fleet in 1786. Besides picnic and BBQ areas, there is bird watching, roller-blading, golf, tennis, even horse riding. Horses and bicycles can be hired there. In November through to February, there is the outdoor Moonlight Cinema.

Link - Centennial Park

Take the train to Bondi Junction, then bus X39 or the Bondi and Bay Explorer Bus, stop 14.

Main Entrance Oxford St.


Elizabeth Bay House

Built between 1835 and 1839, Elizabeth Bay House was described as the finest house in the colony.

Link - Elizabeth Bay House

7 Onslow Ave
Elizabeth Bay


Name Museums Extra Info Address

Sydney Cricket Ground

The SCG has Test and State Cricket matches in summer and in winter is the home ground of the Sydney Swans. At the Football Stadium next door, there are Rugby League, Rugby Union and the evergrowing in popularity Soccer matches.

Link - Sydney Cricket Ground

Bondi Bay Explorer Bus stop 16. Phone 02 9380 0383.

Moore Park


The Sydney Jewish Museum

The Sydney Jewish Museum provides visitors with experiences and understanding of the events of the Holocaust by allowing them to meet, in a dignified and moving environment, those who were involved. The museum also deals with Jewish life from the first days of European settlement in Australia.

Link - The Sydney Jewish Museum

Phone 02 9360 7999 Open Mon to Thurs 10am - 4pm Fri 10am - 2pm Sun 11am - 5pm.

Darlinghurst and Burton St.


Vaucluse House

Vaucluse House survives as one of Sydney’s only 19th century harbourside estates with house, kitchen wing, stables and outbuildings and is still surrounded by 12 hectares of formal gardens and grounds. Perfect for picnics.

Link - Vaucluse House


Wentworth Road


Victoria Barracks

First home to the British, then NSW and now the Australian Army - this colonial Georgian complex is still very active today. Open Thursdays from 10am, it has a flag raising ceremony and marching band, followed by guided tours of both the museum and the barracks.

Oxford St.


Watsons Bay

A popular waterside suburb that is known for its great seafood, particulary Doyle’s Seafood Restaurant and assorted fish and chip shops, but also swimming, Vaucluse House and if your up for it, a 40 minute stroll will offer great views of the ocean and the harbour at South Head.

Watsons Bay via ferry from Circular Quay or the Bondi and Bay Explorer Bus.

Watsons Bay




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