Top 5 Secrets of The Rocks Sydney

about the rocks | camera Sony NEX-7 – I gets lots of emails from my readers asking me: “What kind of secrets are there to do in The Rocks?

Like I said, The Rocks is where Sydney began. The word that best describes The Rocks is “confident”. A new entrepreneurial spirit is making this changing village more creative than ever.

Want to know a secret? Here’s five secrets of the Rocks Sydney:

01). Observatory Hill Park (Upper Fort Street, Millers Point): It’s perfect for a picnic and unobstructed panoramic views of Sydney Harbour.

02). The Rocks Markets (George Street, Jack Mundey Place and Playfair Street): Open Saturdays and Sundays, The Rocks Markets are brimming with beautifully made homewares, jewellery, fashion and food.

03). MCA Cafe and Sculpture Terrace (140 George Street): Enjoy a coffee of glass of wine (and free Wi-Fi) while soaking up the spectacular view from the indoor/outdoor cafe at the MCA.

04). Susannah Place Museum (58-64 Glouceston Street): Located in the oldest surviving house in The Rocks, Susannah Place Museum tells the stories of how Sydneysiders used to live.

05). Australian Heritage Hotel (100 Cumberland Street): A true-blue dining experience, the Australian Heritage Hotel is renowned for its menu of kangaroo burgers and crocodile pizza.

A big thanks to Destination NSW and Garuda Indonesia. Check out more of New South Wales secrets at here.

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