Beautiful stroll by the water and excellent restaurants and bars with great views. Very close to the CBD.
Heymarket is a place where you can cheap goods and clothes and almost every things . China town located in heymarket . Darling Harbour its the favorite place for a tourist. Many cafes and restaurants and clubs . Perfect for a family during the day until midnight, after that it’s become full of drunk people.They do a firework every Saturday night “around 9 pm”
Darling Harbour has so much to offer. Shopping. restaurants and museums. There something for everyone.
I prefer walking around for the vibe as the restaurants are full of tourists and can be a pain.
It's hard to avoid these places because both are located in the heart of Sydney CBD. This is an area that provides almost everything that would give a pleasure. When Darling Harbour offers various choices of great meals along with the lovely atmosphere of the Cockle Bay, Haymarket does offer various delicious and cheaper foods. When Darling harbour provides so many attractions and entertainments, there is a nice cheaper market in Haymarket.
A one-stop entertainment destination, Darling Harbor contains restaurants, shops, museums, an IMAX theater and the Sydney Aquarium. Fun for the whole family! I especially recommend checking out the Powerhouse Museum while you're there. Focused on science & design, they always have fascinating exhibits! Then stop at one of the many cafes and enjoy an up-close view of the Sydney skyline. As you walk south from the Darling Harbor area be sure to drop by Paddy's Market, next to Chinatown. Bursting with stalls selling every souvenir imaginable, as well as food and clothes, it's worth a look.
Great restaurants, great nightlife, great views and fireworks every Saturday one of my favourite places in Sydney