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A Solo Guide to Sydney

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Despite the season or time of day, Sydney is always breathtakingly beautiful. From cliff top beach walks to weekend markets, there are an abundance of activities that allow the solo traveler to dive right into the heart of the city and culture. Be warned: Leaving Sydney might be the hardest thing you ever do.
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The South Head of Sydney harbor offers spectacular view of the city. When I lived in the city, it was one of my favorite day trips. Catch the Watson’s Bay ferry from downtown Sydney. The bay is filled with sailboats and the beach is filled with...
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Bondi NSW 2026, Australia
Bondi to Bronte is a stunning 30-45min walk along the coast. Start early so you can park behind Icebergs (http://icebergs.com.au/). Check out the famous Icebergs pool, walk past Tamarama (a cute smaller beach) and wind up in Bronte before heading...
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100 Cumberland St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
Send anyone to The Rocks, Sydney's most historic neighborhood, and they're bound to end up at The Australian Heritage Hotel, a local institution. Not only is this the place to be on ANZAC and Australia days, but it's a great spot to spend a Sunday...
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If you get tired of the city, take a day trip out to the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage Site named for the blue haze that surrounds the range. Echo Point is popular cliff lookout because it provides a great view a set of sandstone peaks...
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19 Kent St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
One of Sydney’s oldest “hotels” (watering holes with rooms), this Rocks favorite was built out of convict-quarried sandstone in the 1830s and ’40s. The Lord Nelson added a brewery in 1987 and now produces English-style...
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Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW, Australia
It's the quintessential thing to do in Sydney, and it's alot of fun! You won't get a better bird's-eye-view of Sydney's amazing landmarks— including the Opera House and Luna Park— than from the top of the iconic Harbour Bridge. #afarexperiences...
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The thing I miss the most about living in Sydney are the weekend markets! If you’re traveling solo, it’s a great way to explore the city and pick up a few gifts. My favorite is the Paddington Market (Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.), which started...
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Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the Sydney Opera House was inspired by its dramatic setting on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, a location that’s long been sacred to the native Gadigal people. While construction took...