Nightlife in Sydney


It’s one of the most famous cities in the world, and for good reason. Sydney, which is the metropolitan state Capital of New South Wales in Australia, is a place where you will be spoilt for choice in terms of entertainment options, especially at night.

This bustling city seems to be bar-central, with tons of bars available for locals and foreigners to visit at any time of the day. As a starting point, why not visit the Hard Rock café for a spectacular view of the city? Rock memorabilia adorns the interior of this famous franchise, which seats over 500 people and is beautifully situated on Darling Harbour. If you are a fan of live music, then this is the place to be. You can also purchase a variety of non-edible goods, including caps, jewelry and accessories, and even learn how to dance, as free salsa dancing lessons are offered every week.

Cherry bar caters to a variety of music tastes, and is perfect for those seeking a variety of different beats, including jazz, house, reggae and lounge music. Open from Monday to Thursday, this venue also provides an absolutely breathtaking view of the Sydney skyline, which can be enjoyed while sipping cocktails.

You may also want to check out Grandma’s bar, Establishment bar, Bulletin Place (and enjoy the cocktails made by famous bartender Tim Philips), and so many more.

If you’re into the theatre scene, then make your way to the Sydney Opera House, which hosts a variety of different events, including opera, theatre, concerts and comedy. There’s something happening every day of the week.

The Sydney Theatre hosts the latest Australian plays, directed by Hollywood actress Cate Blanchett and her husband. Experience the Capitol Theatre, which hosts big productions like the Lion King, the Enmore Theatre, a comedy and music entertainment venue, and the Slid Lounge, which hosts cabaret shows.

If you want to dine and dance, the Campbelltown Catholic club combines the finest in entertainment, wining and dining all-year round.

Darling Harbour park is also a great place to visit at night, with firework displays and live performances aplenty. Sip on cocktails at one of the many restaurants, while you’re a stone throw away from The Star casino and Hotel. This mega entertainment complex has 8 bars , 2 gaming floors, multiple restaurants, and is home to the Lyric Theatre, which can seat a whopping 2,000 people. If you’re hesitant to visit a live casino and would prefer to focus on the other attractions and play games on the go.

For a scenic experience, you could always walk around Hyde Park, after some late night shopping, marveling at the waterfall.

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