Sydney is like Batman to Melbourne’s Joker, an epic intercity rivalry that stretches on into the ether. While Melbs probably wins on the creative front, where Sydney does undoubtedly win out is its beaches (and beachside bars).
Undoubtedly the most popular seaside spot is Bondi, which will be packed tight when the sun is out. Move inland from the surf just a little and you’ll find the Hotel Bondi and Side Bar. There you’re likely to find countless fellow travelers and locals alike. All well up for a party into the early hours.
Sydney Australia is one of the world’s most loved cities and it has a lively and vibrant buzz that makes it the ultimate destination throughout the year. There are always plenty of things to do in Sydney whether it’s summer, winter, autumn or spring. From world-class dining, shows and entertainment, to sightseeing and great walks. Or simply fun in the sand at one of Sydney’s idyllic beaches.
So, what are the next steps for Sydney? “At some point it needs to become less about bitching about the lockout laws. Also more about building culture and finding new ways to engage people. The ideas are certainly there – big and small, practical and creative.
I’d love to see a nightlife precinct – dining, entertainment, theatre music venues and clubs – not in a residential area. Even if there were opportunities where venues were helped to soundproof spaces or were offered more security.
Whether you want to dance the night away, listen to some cool local beats or have fun with friends, Sydney has plenty of nightclub options worth your time. 10 best takes a look at some of the most popular nightclubs in the city to help you decide your next big night out. When you just need to let loose for the night and give yourself to the music we will introduce you to the best the city has to offer.
In 2010, of people polled about why they visited Sydney at night, 58% of respondents said they were “going out socialising”. In March 2015, 57% of respondents said “they were returning home”, up from 3% in 2010.