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The flagship city of Australia, its shining jewel, Sydney is a showstopper. Cradling an azure harbour, with its iconic landmarks of the Darling Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House shining under the warm antipodean sun, there’s much to recommend this international city.

Though Sydney is known for its beauty, what it is perhaps less known for is its charm. There are neighbourhoods with distinct personalities, from the flashy to the quirky, the beachy to the trendy, and each has its own retinue of restaurants, bars, nightlife and outdoor pursuits.

Where should you stay?

There’s lots of different neighbourhoods to recommend, but where you stay depends entirely on what you would like to spend most of your time doing. Luckily, no matter where you decide to stay in Sydney there is a good transportation system that runs throughout the city. You must purchase an Opal smart travel card for the duration of your stay as this works for all forms of mass transit in the city, including buses, trains, light rail and ferries.

The City Centre

If you want to be right in the action, this is the place to be. Within this part of Sydney you are in walking distance of the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Darling Harbour Bridge, the Aquarium and the main shopping avenues of the city. There are tons of museums in the area, and the transport links are great here. Expect most accommodation to be pricy, and plush. There are budget options, but these are mostly hostels and budget hotels.

Inner East

For nightlife, the inner eastern part of the city is unmatched. A huge LGBT scene thrives in Darlinghurst, and around Woolloomooloo, Paddington and King’s Cross. There are tons of restaurants of all shades, quaint cafes and a brilliant clubbing scene. There are quieter parts of the suburbs if you still want to sleep the night through, but for those that want to dance the night away, staying near Oxford Street is the ticket.

The Beaches

Sydney’s beaches are primarily in the east, and encompass the neighbourhoods of Coogee, Clovelly, Maroubra, Bronte and of course, the world-renowned Bondi. Once a bit of a rundown part of the city, these are now thriving and trendy neighbourhoods with hipster bars, gourmet restaurants, cool cafes and golden beaches all the way down the shoreline. Bondi is the busiest and most expensive, so if you fancy that scene, but not the price tag, going for some of the other suburbs might just be the way to go.

Eastern Suburbs

For luxury, views and peace, heading east is the only way forward. Historically the most affluent area in the Sydney municipality, this is a location reserved for those holidaymakers looking for something a little more exclusive. All along the coast here you can find secluded bays, sheltered beaches, and lovely Cliffside walks. The hotels reflect the neighbourhood’s vibe entirely, so expect 4 to 5 star hotels littering Eastern Suburbs.