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Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales, and it happens to be the most populous city in the continent of Oceania. However, the residents here are from all over the world, making it a truly multicultural hub on the sunny shores of Australia. Sydney might have one of the most iconic shorelines of any city in the world too – here’s where to stay if you’re looking for that epic view of Circular Quay from your hotel room! 

Sydney City Centre

The city centre is just south of Circular Quay, and there’s a vast array of accommodation here - whether you’re a budget traveller or going 5 star all the way. The train stations of St James, Museum and Martin Place make the city centre easily accessible, which is very handy if you’re working in one of the high-rise offices here. It’s not all business though, this is also a great place to go shopping in Sydney as well as seeking out some of the cities best restaurants. 

Circular Quay 

On December 31st, Sydneysiders and travellers gather around the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge to welcome in the New Year with one of the most spectacular fireworks shows on earth – but you might be able to get the best view from one of the hotels in the Harbour. You can find cheaper options for accommodation in The Rocks, but it’s generally a pretty pricey area with several 5 star hotels overlooking the water. 

Haymarket

Haymarket is on the south end of Sydney’s CBD, home to Sydney’s Chinatown, Thaitown and Paddy’s Markets. There are still a few options for accommodation here, especially for backpackers and budget travellers, whereas the 4-5 star hotels are found further north. This is also home to Sydney’s Central station, offering great transport links to the rest of New South Wales and Sydney’s Airport. 

Woolloomooloo, Potts Point & Kings Cross

Backpacking through Australia? This is where you need to be. Travellers congregate in the backpackers threaded throughout these neighbourhoods, and in the evening locals, travellers and all sorts come together in the nightclubs and bars of Kings Cross. There are also a few chain hotels in the area if you require a more formal type of accommodation. 

Pyrmont, Glebe & Balmain

Although there are one or two hotels and B&B’s west of Sydney’s city centre, this generally tends to be a place for residents and workers. This is where you can find Sydney’s Famous Fish Markets though. 

Northern Beaches

Manly is probably the most well known area around the Northern Beaches and there are apartments, hotels and hostels here for all travellers. It’s a great place to stay outside of the city, as Manly has it’s own CBD with plenty of shops and bars for travellers. 

Bondi 

Backpackers and boutique hotels line the waterfront of Bondi beach, with Tamarama offering a few more “exclusive” options, and Coogee playing the happy host to the bulk of Sydney’s student population. It’s about half an hour into the city centre on public transport from the beaches, so if you don’t mind the commute it’s a great place to stay for sunshine and sand in the city.