2011

Best Bus Route: the 378, Central to Bronte

The 378 provides a unique opportunity to see some of Sydney’s best sights as it meanders between Central and Bronte. The service could easily be … Read more

Best Animal Attraction: Taronga Zoo

One of Sydney’s greatest treasures, Taronga Zoo is just a hop and a skip away from the city via ferry and a must for all. … Read more

Best Breezy way to see Sydney: Troll Tours

Trevor “the Troll” began his life-long love with Harleys over 30 years ago. But it wasn’t until he shunned his 9-5 domestic life that he … Read more

Best Underground Artistic space: Space 505

This funky little venue started off as an underground club but its popularity quickly forced it to turn legit. If you’re a big fan of … Read more

Best Quirky Venue: Camelot Lounge

I’m not going to spoil your fun but when you go to Camelot, look around you for a moment, then think about the name. Puns … Read more

Best place to see the unseen: Mu-Meson Archives

“Australia’s premier underground cinema and source of esoteric knowledge”…could not have put it better myself. Want to know where to see a Divine retrospective? A … Read more

Best Nightclub: Civic Hotel

The Civic Hotel has a special energy, according to its young and bubbly staff. It has a history; it’s old but with a new twist, … Read more

Best Museum: Museum of Contemporary Art

The most enthralling exhibitions in Sydney are usually to be found inside the walls of the Museum of Contemporary Art, which recently showcased hugely varied … Read more

Best Local Band venue: Petersham Bowling Club

The Petersham Bowlo, founded in 1896, is one of the oldest clubs in NSW but don’t let that fool you into thinking it’s old hat. … Read more

Best Fringe Theatre: New Theatre, Newtown

Located in the heart of rapidly gentrifying South Newtown is The New Theatre. Sydney’s longest continually running playhouse has been in operation since 1932. It … Read more