Sydney Australia Tourist Guide

Bondi Beach, East of the City Center

Bondi Beach, East of the City Center

Next: Botany Bay

Sydney Suburbs to Visit

Greater Sydney Map

Exploring beyond the inner city’ limits is a lot of fun, as Sydney has expanded well beyond its original settlement. First centering around its harbour, then north, west and south. To the east, are the many beach suburbs, not only Bondi and Manly, but the Cronulla Beaches and Palm Beach in the further northern reaches.

To the west is historical Parramatta, also great for shopping and a diverse collection of restaurants, bars, pubs and other eateries. Further west is Penrith, at the foot of the Blue Mountains.

The inner city suburbs, too, have their charms. Glebe, Newtown and Kings Cross have long played important roles in the development of this city. Darlinghurst, and its nearby neighbor suburb of Paddington were once known as centres of art and culture, but now has spread to places like Newtown and Camperdown.

Botany Bay Restaurants

Waverton is a harbourside suburb of Sydney Australia. Places to visit here include Balls Point (north side of Sydney Harbour):

Waverton Sydney

Sydney’s Little Italy



Located just southwest of the city CBD (Central Business District) you can everything Asian, not just Chinese, including a number of very excellent restaurants, bars and places to eat:


Nearby are the Spanish Quarter, Haymarket and Darling Harbour.


North of the city means crossing over Sydney Harbour. You can do this via the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the tunnel or catch one of the many transports such as ferries that take you to points beyond. First time visitors should definitely try one of the ferries, such as the one to Taronga Zoo, or to Manly.

Mosman is a Sydney North Shore suburb that features prominently on Sydney Harbour. Taronga Zoo, Balmoral Beach and Headland Park with great views

Radiating out from the Sydney center are the many suburbs, from the Northern Beaches in the north, accessible by ferry at Circular Quay and bus services from the city at Wynyard:

Sydney Northern Beaches


The Eastern Beaches (East and South of the City), including Bondi and Coogee:

East and Southern Beaches


To the west, is Penrith as well as Parramatta:


Blue Mountains NSW with Map


The Southern Beaches, including those at Botany Bay and Cronulla:

East and Southern Beaches

Inner City Suburbs

Inner City Suburbs

Further Afield

There are many places to visit beyond what has been mentioned here. See:

Greater Sydney Region

Visit the Surrounds of Sydney:

Sydney Surrounds

Getting There

Central Station

Circular Quay: Transport Hub

More Outer Suburbs

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