, the rocky district of Sydney's New Network, carries the colonial history of Australia and is adjacent to the Sydney Harbour. It is the first place where European immigrants landed, retaining old buildings of different historical periods. After a hundred years of baptism, it has become a gathering place for boutiques, art galleries, modern bars and museums. Trekking is the best way to explore the rocky area
pink house street beat
This pink house is located in Harrington St, very suitable for taking pictures near the Hard Rock Hotel, and also the first choice for local photo and wedding photos. The white house opposite it is also very suitable for taking pictures. There is no past sunlight in the afternoon.
Tips: It is the best position on the opposite side of the road, but it needs a telephoto camera. We didn't bring it so we didn't take a big scene photo
Rock area on foot, recommended two lines
1, rock area - Lady McGregor: 2.5KM
2, Rock Discovery Museum - Cardman Lodge: 900M
Weekend market, Australians are keen on the market, there are many handicrafts
address: Playfair St and George St
If I choose one of Sydney's many attractions, it must be Sydney's oldest rocky area, winding streets, gathering of specialty restaurants, bars, weekends, and flea markets. Handicrafts, you can go shopping, you can carefully scouring a chic gift.
JACKSON’S travel world
This is a German restaurant in the Rocks of Sydney. We booked it in advance and asked for a passport when we entered the door. It is also a beer house, not only has a resident sing, but also interacts with the guests, which is filled with guests.
ordered a family portrait package, Germany big elbow, sauerkraut, sausage full of a large plate, suddenly dumbfounded, not only ordered the platter, but also ordered the waiter recommended squid snacks, the taste is very good. In the end, most of the dishes were not finished.
The Rocks is the birthplace of Sydney and has been transformed into a tourist precinct since 1970. Located in the shore of the bustling Sydney Harbour, , the Rocks houses ancient colonial buildings which are now transformed into bars, restaurants, galleries and souvenir shops. The Cadman`s Cottage next to the Sydney Visitor Centre is a historic residential building dating back to 1845. Although the Rocks is not large, there are quite a lot of activities. If you want to learn more about the early history of Sydney, you can take a ghost tour around the Rocks, walk through the alleys illuminated by lanterns, and listen to the legendary stories.