Kick the debauchery off with the 24hr party people in the many watering holes off Kings Cross. (The better, quirkier bars, are down the side streets, off Darlinghurst Rd) before making your way down to YU-Bar.
House music is what it's all about at YU, where you can hear the cream of Sydney's local DJ talent keeping the unpretentious, up-for-it crowd entertained in style.
A must for all clubbers.
Located behind Kings Cross Station, on Victoria Street.
For a mere $6.20 (about £2.50/45-minute journey) catch the train south from central Sydney to the lesser known beachside suburb of Cronulla. Often overlooked in favour of its northern cousins, Cronulla beach is the longest stretch of sand in Sydney, and makes a refreshing change from the crowded city beaches.
After submerging yourself in the south Pacific, head across the road to Northies pub, to quench your thirst, whilst enjoying stunning sea views. Get here early on a Sunday, as the place gets packed, especially during the summer months when things can get quite rowdy.
If your on a budget or just want to make the most of the perfect climate and coastel location, follow the cliff path to south Cronulla beach and continue about 500 metres past Cronulla Point until you get to the tranquil Shelly Park. Here you can take advantage of the communal barbecue area, whilst enjoying the ocean views with a beer.
An essential Sydney experience.
Catch the Bondi Junction to Cronulla train from any city station. (It's the blue line, by the way.)
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