The Bucket List (Sydney)

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Bondi Beach, Sydney – I put off going to The Bucket List on Bondi Beach for ages.. Just like something on a real bucket list, it’s one of those places that I’ve wanted to go to, but I made excuses not to visit it – it’s way too busy, it looks too expensive or they probably won’t let me in if I have sand on my feet…

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Il Dolce Dell’Amore (Sydney)

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Vaucluse, Sydney – Vaucluse, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, is one of the wealthiest suburbs in Sydney, with amazing vantage points overlooking the city skyline (think Harbour Bridge and Opera House), gorgeous swimming beaches (Shark Beach and Milk Beach), as well as views of one of the most stunning coastlines in Australia (near The Gap). Understandably then, it’s visited by tourists from around the world, every day of the week.

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Escape the Brissie heat- Sardine Tin

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Southbank, Brisbane Cafes and restaurants situated in Brisbane’s Southbank Parklands have generally been a disappointing affair: over-priced, sluggish service and average food. A few years ago, that started to change and new breed of restaurants, bars and cafes have emerged. Sardine Tin is one of these.

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‘Fresh and authentic Italian’ – Fratelli’s Café Sopra (Sydney)

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Alexandria, Sydney – Sometimes I realise I really do live in a great part of Sydney when I can count a gem like this as my local Italian. I was upset to hear that Fratelli Fresh in Danks St was to be no more, mainly because they really did sell the best fresh tomatoes money could buy in their fruit and veggie market. But when I heard they were moving around the corner into the old Buckland Hotel site in Alexandria, delicious anticipation set in.

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Post work out hit – Centennial Parklands Dining Kiosk (Sydney)

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The perfect place to relax after a walk, horse ride, cycle or run around Centennial Park can be found just a little off the track. Tucked behind some more formal dining options, you’ll find a deck under some dramatic fig trees with a cute kiosk run by Centennial Parklands Dining.

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