Amazing Places For A Sunny Day In Sydney

Amazing Places For A Sunny Day In Sydney

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No matter the season, when it’s sunny, people want to go outside, soak up the sun, and take in the fresh air. Sydney is alive with culture and sites just waiting to be explored on a sunny day.

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    One of the city’s best-kept secrets. Head down to the beach and feed the groupers. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    Best kept secret in Syd - probably not for long tho, so get yourself a 60's suburban to renovate before the joint turns into the new Bondi... -- Todd Sotheren via Foursquare
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    Possibly the best beach showers in Sydney at the northern end. Good pressure on both the feet and from above. -- Sean Gardner via Foursquare
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    A wonderful little cove with a beach, near Bondi. The snorkeling is great here. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    As many of the tips have noted- don't leave your rubbish on the sand- it's a beautiful beach and such a shame after a summers day to see it littered with McDonald's bags etc- and don't feed gulls! -- Emma Beale via Foursquare
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    This just has to be one if my Fav spots in Sydney. Weekend walks on beach and breakfast at the cafes ate amazing. Water fantastic for swimming. Parking not so good. Get in early at the weekend -- Sue Baxter via Foursquare
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    Great diving and snorkelling for you with AirBuddy. AirBuddy is a small, light-weight portable dive equipment, which brings the ease of snorkeling into the fascinating world of diving www.airbuddy.net -- AirBuddy via Foursquare
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    If money is no object (and if you're at icebergs, then it probably isn’t) opt for the epic wagyu rib eye, roasted on the bone with fennel cabbage and celery hearts – even for two people it’s epic. -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    Well known as a good snorkeling beach, here is a special secret insight - there is a great big old groper fish and some smaller ones about half way out. Mind your fingers! Be nice to him/her... -- Pete C via Foursquare
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    Nice locals beach. Parking nearby is impossible. Park at least 10-15mins walk away to avoid frustration. Getting there by public transport is not easy, driving is a must really. -- Michael Lagon via Foursquare
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    Didn't really like this beach, so many little spiders craw all over you n make webs quickly. Sand & water was not nice. Never will return To this place again -- Jonnie Nguyen via Foursquare
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    Located near the northern pylon of the Sydney Harbour, it is an amusement park with rollercoaster rides, giant ferris wheel and other activities perfect for a weekend hangout with friends and family. -- MakeMyTrip. com via Foursquare
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