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What to do in Sydney this Spring

September marks the start of spring! The chill of winter is finally fading and the days are getting a little warmer and a little longer. There is plenty of fun happening in and around Sydney this Spring to get you back outside and out of those winter warmers.

Carriageworks Farmers Market

The perfect place to grab all your materials for testing out those recipes or having a picnic in the park with your family and friends. The weekly Carriageworks Farmers Market is a Sydney based institution, providing the freshest seasonal produce from the best growers and producers from around NSW.

You can talk to the farmers firsthand and engage in the stories behind the produce. You will be able to find loads of, organic and biodynamic produce, handmade breads, gourmet wines,  herbal teas, meat, eggs, freshly harvested honey and freshly cut flowers.

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Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

The Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk is one of the most gorgeous ways to spend your morning in Sydney. The 6km passes stunning cliffs, bays and rock pools across the beaches o Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly and Gordon’s Bay. You can stop off at the abundance of cafes and shops along the way or even have a swim wearing our Rocks Push menswear.

Go to a Secret Beach

Escape the hustle and bustle of busy Bondi Beach and head to some beautiful secluded beaches for the day. These are perfect locations, with amazing views for day of relaxing, swimming with your board shorts on and picnicking. Our recommendations include

  • Milk Beach in Vaucluse
  • Collins Flat Beach and Store Beach in Manly
  • Chinamans Beach and Sirius Cove in Mosman
  • Wattamolla Beach in the Royal National Park

Chase waterfalls in the Blue Mountains.

Head to the beautiful Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, for a short hike with some picturesque views. One we recommend is Wentworth Falls. It’s a minimal hike, with plenty of time for swimming in your boardies.

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Go retro at the drive-in cinema.

Instead of being stuck inside a cold, dark movie theatre, head to the Skyline Drive In Blacktown. They have got a retro diner, making you feel like you’ve time travelled back in time. Enjoy an afternoon or night under the stars, watching the latest blockbuster films on screen.

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Grab your sunnies, hat and an ice cream & head to a Lookout.

This is the perfect afternoon activities for a sunny Spring day. Grab an ice-cream from one of Sydney’s most loved ice-cream bars, such as Messina or Gelatissimo and head over to a  picturques view. Places such as Cremorne Point, the Royal Botanic Gardens and Giba Park are the perfect locations.

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