Archibald Memorial Fountain
Hyde Park’s northern end is crowned by this richly symbolic art deco fountain, featuring Greek mythological figures.
St James’ Church
Built from convict-made bricks, Sydney’s oldest church (1819) is widely considered to be architect Francis Greenway's masterpiece. It...
Sydney Tower Eye
The 309m-tall Sydney Tower (built 1970–1981) offers unbeatable 360-degree views from the observation level 250m up – and even better...
Bambini Wine Room
Don’t worry, this bar doesn’t sell wine to bambini – it’s a very grown-up, European affair. The tiny dark-wood-panelled room is the...
An exuberant chorus of welcome greets guests on arrival at this wonderful ramen house, tucked away near the Westfield food court....
Bar Quattro information
As you sit admiring Hyde Park, you wouldn’t think that 10 years ago this sandstone cafe was one of Sydney’s most nefarious public toilets. Today’s comings and goings focus on the waistline rather than the zone immediately below it – chat, drink coffee and work your way through the traditional Italian menu. Sassy Euro staff and superb seafood pasta.