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Darlinghurst (Sydney, Australia)

Fall in Love With Darlinghurst When you Visit Sydney

Darlinghurst is an eclectic place where younger Sydneysiders often go to enjoy vibrant nightlife and dance the night away at countless bars, pubs and nightclubs. An inner city suburb of Sydney, which lies just east of downtown, Darlinghurst is also a hub for hotels, independent shops, trendy eateries and edgy art galleries. Indeed, the fascinating museums and captivating street art displays of Darlinghurst are among the most popular places to visit in Sydney. Darlinghurst is also known as one of Sydney’s most colourful neighbourhoods thanks to its ties with the LGBT community.

Darlinghurst Hosts Annual Events to be Proud of

The annual Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival has its roots in Darlinghurst. The event traditionally culminates with a huge pride parade along Oxford Street. Visitors can expect to see rainbow-clad revellers and a spectacular procession of floats led by lesbians on motorbikes. Usually taking place in late February, the glitzy festival is one of the biggest of its kind in the world. It attracts thousands of visitors and comprises events like club nights, academic panel discussions and a film festival.

Darlinghurst Brims With Top Sydney Attractions

Darlinghurst is arguably home to some of the best things to do and most enjoyable places to visit in Sydney. Family days out can be enjoyed at the neighbourhood’s museums. In College Street, the Australian Museum exhibits excellent anthropology and natural history displays. Over in Riley Street, the Australian Museum of Magical Arts showcases the wonderful world of magic tricks. At the Sydney Jewish Museum in Darlinghurst Road, there are fascinating human rights and Holocaust exhibitions. Meanwhile, arty types in Darlinghurst can discover the Liverpool Street Gallery or the Australian Centre for Photography on Oxford Street. If you yearn to be outside, the green escape of Hyde Park lies at the western edge of Darlinghurst. It features the Anzac Memorial and the Captain Cook Statue.

Eat, Drink, Shop and be Merry in Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst is a magnet for foodies in Sydney because it hosts trendy cafes and restaurants serving international cuisine. For nightlife, Oxford Street is the place to be for it boasts gay bars and nightclubs plus live music venues. The Oxford Art Factory is one such venue, and the Slide Lounge over the road brings together flamboyant performances and fine food during its weekly dinner and cabaret nights.

If it’s shopping that brings you to Darlinghurst, there are independent shops, glamorous boutiques, fashion retailers and interesting bookshops to explore. Crown Street offers quirky record shops and vintage fashions, while Liverpool Street features the Blue Spinach store, which resells luxury designer accessories and bags. Bookworms on Oxford Street should visit Ariel Books for coffee-table tomes on art, architecture and design, or the Bookshop Darlinghurst for LGBT literature.

Darlinghurst Offers Plenty of Sydney Accommodation Options

A stay in Darlinghurst could very well make sense for travellers to Sydney for its accommodation options include everything from swish hotels to backpacker hostels. Darlinghurst is also well served by Sydney’s bus network, making citywide exploration easy. Indeed, you don’t have to stay in Darlinghurst to be close to all the food, fun and friendly vibes the neighbourhood has to offer. Just one kilometre away, you could book a room at the Grace Hotel, which is a popular pick on York Street in downtown Sydney.

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