Well, here it is folks. You asked for some of the best things to do and see in Sydney in the year 2022 and we delivered. Trust me, it’s not just beaches and cafes, there’s a whole lot of unique and exciting things to try. Check them out below.
Unwind onboard a Harbour Cruise
With all the curbs lifted, Sydneysiders can once again get back to dining outside. Among the slew of highly-regarded returns is the popular lunch cruise experience in Sydney Harbour. With an impeccable dining experience on the harbourfront in the company of delicious food and value beverage packages, the lunch cruise is an unrivalled attraction in the minds of tourists and residents alike. You may be spoiled for choices but the top vessels on the harbour to consider include the premium glass boat, modern catamaran, and a custom-built paddlewheeler. They are your gateway to having a memorable wine and dine experience on the harbour waters. And if you’re a night person, do not fret, there’s always an option for the harbour cruise dinner which offers you an exclusive opportunity to witness the city and its mesmerising landmarks in all its night glory. Afterall, there’s nothing like an impressive waterfront dining experience with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge lingering in the backdrop.
Therapy at Catmosphere
No, it’s not ‘therapy’ therapy, but something along the lines of it. If you’re a fan of the feline friends, then you will definitely love this next destination, which is not your everyday regular cafe. The perfect spot when you’re wondering what to do next or when you’re feeling blue, you can spend hours here destressing over a cup of coffee, among other things. Watch a movie or two while spending precious time with the furry friends of Catmosphere or even get in the midst of a cat yoga! Make it even more special by donating for the cats and kittens who are rescued and provided a safe environment in the cafe.
Breakfast at Carriageworks
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day so why don’t you start off your day with a brekky at the Carriageworks Farmers Market. Hosted every Saturday, you can get your hands on some of the specialities of chef Mike McEnearney, that is if you’re early enough. The market will also host a vendor and producer lineup which boasts everything from exclusive chantilly mascarpone and smoked butter to crusty artisan bread, vegan coconut crumpets and more!
Check out White Rabbit at Inner West
White Rabbit Art Gallery is the place to go if you’re an art lover. Home to one of the world’s most diverse and significant collections of 21st century Chinese artworks with more than 25000 works by 700+ artists, the gallery is one of the must-see destinations in the whole of Inner West. Even though the gallery focuses mainly on contemporary Chinese art, you can also come across numerous artworks which manifested around the post 2000s era. Be critical, be loving, get to know some of the most controversial creatives you can ever stumble upon in Sydney. And after admiring the gallery and its showcasings, you can head to the Tea House Cafe within the complex and unwind with aromatic teas, juices, dumplings and more.
Battle it out at an Arcade
Sydney is home to a plethora of attractions, including some which will make you feel like you have travelled back in time. There are many arcades and arcade bars slotted along the streets of Sydney and there is no better place to spend quality time with your gang than at one of these. Get in the midst of everything you need for the perfect day out–Vintage games, neon lights, uplifting drinks, yummy food, you name it!