Things to Do in Australia

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Located within spitting distance of the Manly wharf, this is a great choice for those who want to drink handcrafted pints on the same premises as the... Read More

A groovy little jazz club on Surry Hills’ Cleveland Street, 505 is a small dark place perfect for unwinding over a stiff drink and a cool collection of... Read More

Take a family-designed adventure to Australia with Abercrombie & Kent’s Family Holidays. With meals and excursions for children in mind, the... Read More

One of the most popular tours in Melbourne's splendid Botanic Gardens is this one led by indigenous guides. Visitors are first treated to a traditional... Read More

From April to October, most of Melbourne can be found at either the Melbourne Cricket Ground or Etihad Stadium watching the AFL (Australian Football... Read More

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is your first port of call if you want to see a wide range of art both classic and contemporary, and admission is... Read More

This is the place to see and be seen—bronzed boys and gorgeous girls line the glass deck, which juts out over the harbour for perfect views to the north... Read More

The pool may be closed in the winter months, but they keep things warm in the yoga studio, where you can om to your heart’s content with an unparalleled... Read More

If it’s after midnight in Sydney you can often be left wondering where to eat. This wine bar near Kings Cross keeps the kitchen open until the wee... Read More

Halfway up the coast is Apsley Gorge, where Brian Franklin, Tasmania's most committed Burgundian, makes a gorgeous Pinot Noir in a repurposed fish... Read More

Wanna have a big night? ARQ is the place to do it: sweaty, shirtless men; pumping sound systems on two levels; debauchery all around. Sydney’s biggest,... Read More

Culture vultures should make a beeline for Sydney's major art institution, the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Established in 1871, it's an imposing... Read More

Australia's largest performing arts venue plays host to an array of concerts and productions that cater to a wide audience throughout the year, from... Read More

Although there are often marquee temporary exhibitions on display at this institution, locally known as ACMI, the permanent galleries are equally as... Read More

The archetypal Aussie hotel (really just a pub with a few rooms to stagger upstairs to), the Australian has a charming brick exterior, terrific beer,... Read More

Established in 1827, this natural history and environmental sciences museum is a favorite for family outings. The institution also has an excellent... Read More

The oldest museum in Australia keeps its focus on natural history and anthropology, with popular exhibitions covering off dinosaurs, native birds, and... Read More

A particular favorite with local surfers of all ages and that ‘other’ most popular beach on Sydney’s north shore, Avalon lies between two headlands and... Read More

The Woolloomooloo neighborhood location of Bambino Trust Restaurant has an old-world interior with ornate, wrought-iron chandeliers and stone floors.... Read More

Popular with the business crowd, this intimate wine bar is part of the Bambini Trust Restaurant, located on the ground floor of the 1923 St. James Trust... Read More

With four bars and a Thai restaurant, this nightlife spot combines an Art Deco background with the vibe of a 21st-century dance club. Expect a diverse... Read More

Sydney's newest park on the harbor shore, 22-hectare Barangaroo Reserve boasts Instagram-friendly views of Sydney Harbour Bridge. It makes a lofty spot... Read More

You have to go down, down, down to experience many of Sydney’s best cocktail bars. They don’t so much pronounce themselves with flashy exteriors as they... Read More

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