How To Enjoy Sydney At Night

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With any trip to a foreign city or location you want to maximise your time on the ground – taking advantage of every waking minute, especially if you are there for only a short period of time. Sydney, Australia is no different, especially when you consider how long it takes people to get to Australia and what a time investment it can be. If you’re interested in getting out after dark during your time in Sydney (and why wouldn’t you be, it can still be daytime highs in your home country at midnight in Oz!) read ahead to check out how best to see Sydney by night.

Darling Harbour

Ideally situated, Darling Harbour makes a perfect place to come any time of day but at night it really comes alive – the lights of the surrounding buildings reflect off the water to create a beautifully lit up area. The harbour front makes for a great strolling spot and with the area’s lively bars and restaurants it will be easy to find the perfect spot to kick back and relax over a local wine or two.

Newtown

Perhaps the most unique, hip and eclectic neighbourhood, Newtown is awash with kitschy bars and restaurants as well as music venues and a chilled out but entertaining vibe. Featuring a mixture of all the foods you can find in the region – from Malay, Thai, Indian, Chinese and traditional western pub food, Newtown has something for everyone.

The Rocks

This area of Sydney comes alive after dark and is one of the city’s most historic areas with its old buildings and cobbled lanes. Come for a drink at one of the traditional pubs in the area or get some dinner at one of the local restaurants that line the streets. This particular area of Sydney has a lively, traditional air to it, so you won’t be disappointed.

Chinatown

A real taste of the Orient right in central Sydney, Chinatown is home to not just trendy sake bars and kitschy yet traditional Chinese restaurants but also is the home of traditional night markets boasting all kinds of cheap street food and snacks. Check out the other items on offer in the night market and take advantage of it all within its close proximity to other areas around Chinatown, such as George Street which is only a few blocks away.

So there you have a couple of great suggestions on how to see Sydney at night. Being such a vibrant and cosmopolitan city, there is something on offer for everyone here. Book your next holiday to Sydney – you really won’t regret it!