Dating locations sydney
Give it a go and we guarantee you’ll be an aquarium convert.
And let's face it, drinking your way to slurry incoherence isn't the best way to 'wow' your potential partner.
After that head to Hugos Manly for an afternoon beverage by the water on the open-air deck.
If the sun starts to fade and the date is going, your last stop for a bite to eat before calling it a night should definitely be at Sunset Sabi. A day at Luna Park is bound to bring back a sense of nostalgia. Luna Park holds a soft spot in many people’s hearts.
) or the and fine International and Australian art exhibitions in one of the most beautiful art museums in the world, a date here simply can’t go wrong...unless you knock something over or spill your drink on a painting. Oh and one word of advice for this date, don’t pretend you know stuff about art if you really don’t have a clue about anything arty. It’s an oldie but a goodie for any date - particularly a first date if you’re trying to break the ice...quickly. If the weather permits why not have a day of chillaxing with a swim and sunbake on the North Bondi rocks.
Potts Point, Surry Hills and Darlinghurst will keep you busy for hours on end, for a Pocket Martini (and a snuggle on the couches) and finally Bang Restaurant for cocktails and curry. Start with breakie at one of Bondi’s best cafes, Harry’s, and then head down to the water.
Perched right on the water’s edge, with views of Sydney Harbour and the beautiful city, a day at Taronga Zoo is not only a fun date activity, but a romantic one too.