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  Once home to breweries and rat-catchers, the rapidly gentrifying suburb of Chippendale in inner Sydney is now a playground of art galleries, restaurants and street food. Amelia Hungerford strolls the streets on a weekend getaway close to home. Chippendale isn’t emerging; it’s here. Just walk up

Traveller: Andrew Mevissen Room: Regency Club Harbour View Address: 161 Sussex St, Sydney CBD Date: March 2017 Best for: A plush stay in the heart of Sydney for business or pleasure with Darling Harbour and the new Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre a short stroll away. Formerly Four Points by

The sky-high contemporary haven that is the Swissôtel Sydney offers 369 rooms and suites and also boasts an exclusive Executive Club lounge.

There are few better ways to experience the opera than as it echoes beyond the walls and out into the open air.   In 1849, director and composer Richard Wagner introduced his groundbreaking concept, the Gesamtkunstwerk, or the ‘total work of art’. Combining the visual with the

These top five alfresco rooftop restaurants and bars will have you dining in style high above the city. As Sydney’s summer shows off, leave the high-walled restaurants for the cooler months and experience the open-air luxury of these five-star alfresco treats. The Rook As the sun sets

Boutique cruise brand Azamara Club Cruises, Australia’s newest cruise line, has made its maiden call to Sydney when the 686-passenger Azamara Quest arrived on 14 January. The new voyages are to travel to destinations both familiar and far-flung — the Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, New Zealand,

Nestled in the Blue Mountains, this luxury hideaway retreat offers the perfect dose of bush healing. The sight of two flutes of champagne at the reception desk – especially when they are for you and your loved one – is always a reliable and comforting sign

Travel the waters with the best views Sailing on exotic waters can add a luxury to your travels as the breeze sweeps your hair back and the water rushes beneath you. Sometimes it’s nice to just sit back and let someone else do the hard work, while you