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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Best run in Sydney – The Bay Run

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Sure, you might be on holiday, but if you are a serious runner then slipping on your trainers is a good way to get to see Sydney at its best. While the views from the Bondi to Coogee cliff walk can’t be beat, and Centennial Park is a lovely central location for a quick run, if you want to do something a bit more serious that doesn’t involve maneuvering around scores of sightseers, then I think the Bay Run is a great option.

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Potts Point City Walk (Sydney)

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Potts Point, Sydney – Sydney loves lazy sunny weekends! One of my favourite things to do on such days is to wander around the boulevards of Potts Point, enjoying breathtaking views of the harbour, the local colonial architecture,  boutique delis, cute little shops, the local food pop up market and that wonderful feeling of freedom that only weekends afford. Here is a wonderful local neighborhood experience to enjoy.

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Bondi but better! – Bondi Beach North (Sydney)

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Bondi Beach, Sydney – It is funny how even iconic destinations like Bondi beach have their own secrets hidden in plain view that only locals seem to know. It is like finding a hidden cafe in Paris just outside tourist hell near Louvre.

Bondi has its own way to be done better.

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