We’ve picked our top 5 things to do and see in Sydney: where to wander, where to shop and where to eat and drink. Take a peek:

Bondi to Coogee:

The quintessential Sydney walk is a 6km trail on the Bondi to Coogee coastline, giving tourists and locals alike a true sense of Sydney’s iconic natural beauty. The walk can be completed in just two hours, but it’s best enjoyed with long breaks by the shore wearing your Helen Kaminski hat!


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Considered one of Sydney's most beautiful beaches, Balmoral is tucked away on Sydney's North Shore. Home to the Balmoral Boat House and Private Dining Room, this picturesque spot has an air of luxury as you walk along the shoreline or enjoy the fine food and coffee culture. Pretty and unique, Balmoral is easily considered one of Australia’s most coveted beaches.

Balmoral Beach

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Queen Victoria Building:

Looking for the best place to shop in Sydney? Look no further than the Queen Victoria Building. Housing some of the most luxurious shopping in awe-inspiring architecture, the elaborate Romanesque style design, with intricate stained-glass windows, will leave you speechless. Stop by the stunning QVB Tea Rooms for a spot of High Tea and the Helen Kaminski flagship store to take a peek at our latest collection.

Queen Victoria Building

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Located within Sydney’ s iconic Opera House and curated by Australia’s world-renowned chef Peter Gilmore alongside head chef Rob Cokerill, the menu has been inspired by the passion and dedication of Australian farmers, fisherman, breeders and providers nationwide. Taking centre stage is Australia’s best produce and wine within the extraordinary architecture of the Opera House, in an atmosphere of sheer elegance and sophistication.


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Henry Deane, Hotel Palisade:

With a view like that, how could you resist? Henry Deane is the crown jewel of the Hotel Palisade with its elegant styling and breath-taking views of Sydney harbour. Perfect for small gatherings and grabbing a cocktail with the girls at sunset, it’s luxurious, intimate and bound to be the beginning of an evening to remember.

Henry Deane, Hotel Palisade

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Sydney Harbour image credit: Destination NSW, Sydney.com