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Padel is one of the fastest growing sports in the world, yet it is still very much unknown in Sydney and in Australia as a whole.
While you won’t have any issue finding a padel court in many European countries, Australia still has a lot of catching up to do. And that’s where we come in.
Stand-up paddle boarding is one of the fastest growing water sports, and for good reasons. With a bit of practice, anyone can take up this sport and start exercising in the great outdoors.
If you’re living in Sydney, there is no shortage of scenic spots to go for a stand-up paddling session, with such a long coastline, so many bays, and various lakes at your doorstep.
Ice skating is fun for the whole family, and luckily Sydney still has several indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks on offer.
Not only is Sydney home to a few world-class Olympic-sized ice skating arenas, but during the winter months, you will also have the chance to go ice skating outside in one of the various pop-up rinks.
Yum cha is a Chinese dining experience like no other, and luckily Sydney has no shortage of restaurants where you can enjoy tasty prawn dumplings, pork buns, braised chicken feet, and custard tarts.
We have visited and reviewed nine of the best yum cha restaurants in Sydney, based on variety of food, quality of service provided, atmosphere, pricing, and so much more.
Sydney’s coastline, from Palm Beach in the north to Cronulla in the south, is home to a large amount of ocean pools.
major beaches in Sydney have one or more man-made rock pools, and some of these pools also have a strong historical value.
Visiting an escape room is so much more than just trying to find your way out of a confined area based on hidden clues and vague hints.
It’s an adventure like no other, one that can be exciting and terrifying at the same time. It’s a themed, puzzle-solving race against the clock that can only be won if you and your team can think fast and work together.
Skateboarding is a fantastic way to be active and social, while also improving your coordination, balancing and agility skills. Sydney, however, isn’t the most suitable city to go skateboarding on the streets.
Luckily though, for Sydney and New South Wales residents, the number of skate parks in and around our wonderful city is growing, with more facilities being built in various suburbs and parks.
Indoor climbing gyms are slowly becoming more mainstream in Sydney and across Australia, allowing more people, young and old, to discover and practise this diverse sport.
If you’re looking for a new sport that is intense, fun, and also social, indoor rock climbing or bouldering should be on your list to try out.
Visiting a museum or art gallery can be educational and entertaining for both kids and adults, and is a great way to spend a lazy afternoon.
Sydney has no shortage of museums and art galleries, but what’s great is that some of these museums offer free admission, making them accessible to more people.
Also referred to as miniature golf or putt putt, mini golf is a fun and social pastime suitable for all ages and skill levels.
Sydney is home to several mini golf courses, indoor as well as outdoor, where you and your mates can have a few hours of fun while showing off, or otherwise improving, your putting skills.