Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Sydney

Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool
Saltwater provides a good swim, but sometimes the sand that generally comes with it makes it more of an annoyance than a pleasure; when this is the case, head to the saltwater pool here.
McIvers Baths
A rock pool that caters exclusively to women - no ogling men in sight.
Humble Vintage
Pinching the idea from arch nemesis Melbourne, Sydney now offers vintage bikes for hire.
Bondi To Bronte
A gorgeous, awe-inspiring coastal walk that takes in views you'll remember for a lifetime.
Coast Golf & Recreation Club
It may be a bit further afield than some of Sydney's other courses, but stunning seaside views make this a winner.
Federation Cliff Walk
Views of the wild Tasman Sea make this a must-do - just watch your step, or risk taking an unexpected dip.
Magistic Cruises
Lunch, dinner and sightseeing cruises. All aboard!
Centennial Park Cycles
Put your foot to the pedal and push yourself around the parklands astride a two-wheeler.
Rushcutters Bay Park
Whether you're a jogger or a pram-pusher, Rushcutters Bay Park offers plenty of space in which to relax beneath the glorious Australian sun.
Eastern Suburbs
As Sydney's most famous beach, it is Bondi that thousands of tourists flock to Sydney for each and every year. And they're not disappointed.
Hermitage Walk
A beautiful walk with plenty of Kodak moments along the way - particularly the megayachts you'll see dazzling in the distance.
North Sydney Pool
Brush up on your stroke in the inviting waters of this Olympic-sized swimming pool.
Royal Botanic Gardens
Lush green gardens in the middle of a city such as Sydney? You bet, in the fabulously floral form of the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Captain Cook
Hop-on and hop-off Captain Cook for one of the best (and cheapest) ways to explore the Harbour.
Harbour Beaches
Incorporating a nudist beach on its long stretch of sand, Harbour Beaches offer coastal hideaways that are both pretty and provocative.
Bondi Icebergs Baths
One of Australia's most famous ocean pools, serviced by amenities aplenty.
Taronga To Balmoral
A two-hour walk that'll take in stunning views of the Harbour, and allow you to stop off at a peaceful, people-free beach.
Centennial Park
As oasis of calm amid an urban jungle, Centennial Park is the hub of Sydney's green scene.
Northern Beaches
There's plenty to see and do on Sydney's Northern Beaches, whether it's engaging in a strenuous activity or simply spraling on the sun before a searing Australian sun.
Wylie’s Baths
One of Sydney's best saltwater pools, completely free of messy sand.

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