Register now for Australia’s premier large scale and commercial energy storage conference, bringing together some of the industry’s brightest minds from across the world.

There’s only 3 weeks to go until Australian Energy Storage 2019, taking place on 13 – 14 June at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.

SYDNEY HIGHLIGHTS

Whilst attending AES 2019, why not get to know Sydney during your stay?

Suggestions on entertainment, events, activities, shopping and dining to suit any budget and holiday duration in Sydney are listed below.

All bookings must be made directly with the provider. Exhibitions and Trade Fairs (organiser) hold no responsibility for any bookings, activities or any other events and activities booked through a third party supplier.

Waterside dining in Sydney is a delicious delight. There are waterfront restaurants by gorgeous beaches, tranquil waterways and on Sydney Harbour, one of the most beautiful harbours in the world. For an iconic waterfront address, try the Sydney Opera House’s Opera KitchenPortside or Bennelong.

A stroll from the architectural gem is the historic Rocks and Quay, among the best restaurants in the world. You’ll find more restaurants dotted around the harbour. The heritage-listed Woolloomooloo Finger Wharf in Woolloomooloo offers stylish alfresco dining, including AkiChina DollMantaKingsleys and Otto.

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Colourful and vibrant markets in Sydney offer a tempting range of goods, from fresh produce and gourmet delights to budding designer creations, vintage wares and that perfect gift. You’ll find markets in the heart of the historic Rocks and in neighbourhoods throughout Greater Sydney.

The Rocks Markets is popular for the delicious Friday Foodie Market and on weekends, when more than 200 stalls offer an enticing assortment of arts, crafts, souvenirs, jewellery, leather goods, homewares and prints. Browse the stalls and explore the cobblestone laneways and galleries.

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Reserve your seats for a wonderful night in Sydney, Australia’s entertainment jewel. The exciting events calendar includes world-class theatre and shows at majestic venues, from the Sydney Opera House to art deco gems, lively concert halls, chic modernist designs and intimate playhouses.

Before or after a show you can enjoy refreshments in enticing bars, including sky bars with sweeping vistas of iconic Sydney attractions and hip small bars hidden down laneways or in basements. At the Opera Bar, marvel at the sparkling blue Sydney Harbour and the impressive Sydney Harbour Bridge.

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Sydney is a natural wonderland where lots of outdoor activities cost nothing. Youngsters can kick a ball in a park, climb trees, swim in an ocean pool or spot whales from a coastal lookout during the annual whale migration. Sandy beaches such as Bondi Beach are great spots for family fun.

With one of the world’s great natural harbours, enchanting national parks and gardens, abundant beaches and a spectacular coastline, Sydney is perfect for exploring on foot. You’ll find walking trails around the Sydney Harbour foreshore. A popular path is the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk.

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Savour the deliciously exquisite creations of talented chefs at Sydney’s acclaimed restaurants, among the world’s best. The extraordinary creativity, precision techniques and finest fresh produce are complemented by exemplary service and excellent wine lists, as well as some spectacular views.

Each year The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide reviews restaurants in Sydney and Regional NSW and awards one, two or three chef’s hats to the best, similar to Michelin stars. Three hats is the top award. You’ll find hatted restaurants sprinkled around the beautiful harbour city.

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Sydney is Australia’s flavour capital. You’ll taste authentic cuisines from around the world, thanks to the rich multicultural heritage in the beautiful harbour city. Deliciously tempting experiences range from waterside dining to neighbourhood ‘eat streets’, fresh produce markets and towering sky bars.

There are hidden delights, too. Tucked away in the city centre is Angel Place, a meandering series of laneways with a paved area lined with charming restaurants and outdoor tables. Above the dining laneway is Forgotten Songs, an extraordinary artwork canopy of birdcages with recorded bird songs.

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Sydney’s natural wonders are incredible. Magnificent national parks, sparkling Sydney Harbour and majestic humpback whales, to name just three. The striking sandstone cliffs, the lovely sandy beaches and the myriad of colourful birdlife are three more natural features of the harbour city.

There are gorgeous gardens and parklands, too. One of the best harbour foreshore walks meanders through the Royal Botanic Garden to the Sydney Opera House. There is a free guided tour daily of the garden, Aboriginal Heritage Tours several times a week and special plant exhibitions in the Calyx.

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Work your way around Sydney and NSW to fund your trip with Australia’s Working Holiday Maker Program. If eligible, you can stay for up to 12 months and backpack your way across Australia.

Touch down in Sydney and you’re well on your way to a fantastic travel experience. From Sydney’s iconic harbour, to the beaches of Coogee and Bondi, to the hip cafes of Surry Hills and Darlinghurst, there’s plenty to do in Australia’s largest and most beautiful city. 

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