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It’s easy to see why so many visitors fall in love with this city, a fact accentuated by the growing number of expats who call it home. It’s a hugely popular destination and the culture, dining and nightlife here are as diverse as the city’s population.
Many residents have made their mark by setting up restaurants, cafes and shops boasting their native traditions, which have given rise to the city’s wonderful culinary scene. One of the best examples of this is Chinatown, which has some terrific markets and cafes, all drawing on influences from many different corners of Asia.
But there’s more to restaurants in Sydney than its excellent dim sum joints. There are some truly exceptional dining spots, from Peter Gilmore's spectacular Quay to delicious hole-in-the-wall sushi joints. Sydney has a thriving cafe culture as well.
Step outside the city into regional New South Wales and enjoy a real diversity of Australian experiences. Head to the Hunter Valley wine region, one of the country's pre-eminent wine and food destinations. You’re spoilt for choice with the restaurants in the Hunter Valley, serving up delicious local produce paired with the region's best wines and overlooking rolling vineyards. Offering high-end dining, classic steakhouses and quaint cafes, you'll never go hungry.
For wildlife and nature enthusiasts, embark on a bush walking adventure at the Blue Mountains National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Look forward to spectacular scenery and plenty of wildlife - expect to see wombats and wallabies roaming freely in their natural habitat, just 90 minutes away from Sydney.