Sydney Rocks offers an amazing combination of ultimate luxury and small bargains. It is no wonder this suburb is one of the best tourist attractions in Sydney or even in Australia.
It is full of events all year round: art exhibitions, live music performed by solo singers or bands, creative light displays, food fairs, coffee festivals and many other cool stuff.
Go for a scrumptious lunch or dinner at one of the prestigious waterfront restaurants.
And enjoy the modern decor of a former warehouse or merchant's shop.
Or visit the Rocks Markets and grab some food on the go, cooked in front of you or some organic fruit.
Then browse the stalls that display various crafts and collectables, homemade products or designer fashion.
Walk the streets flanked by small cafes, patisseries, pubs, eateries, luxurious fashion shops, Australian memorabilia, Australian opals or sheepskin, art galleries.
Discover waterfront restaurants and hotels, book shops, the oldest pub in Sydney, and more...
You will love some exhibits and hate others but that's contemporary art. It's all creativity and imagination at its highest.
If you are in Sydney just for a short visit, book a guided tour with a small group. You will save a lot of time and see more than if you go on your own. Plus you get all the explanations.
Your guide will pick you up at the hotel to start the tour in The Rocks. After you get immersed in the history of the back lanes and old cottages, regain the present of the city views and ride past the Mint, the Hyde Park Barracks and St Mary's Cathedral.
You will get to see the famous Kings Cross, the elegant Double Bay and Rose Bay. More breathtaking views of the city and the Harbour expect you at the South Head. Walk along the cliffs and then travel further to Bennelong Point and get to know some Opera House facts and then travel further to Bondi Beach and Centennial Park.