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by Lisa Herbertson (subscribe)
Lisa Herbertson Author of 'Swimming Along'
Published May 19th 2011

The Rocks seems to get more popular every year. And for good reason. Some of Sydney's best pubs are in this historically significant precinct.

It is easy to access via Circular Quay wharf, or from Wynyard bus station, and the choice of eateries and drinkeries is endless.

One usually pays a premium on dining and drinks there, but if you do a bit of bar-hopping you can usually find some special deals or happy hours. There are a couple of suggested pub crawls for the area, which for the daring are always great fun.

The buildings are quite pretty on the eye, crafted from original Sydeny sandstone. The precinct is nestled under the Harbour Bridge, so there are also some pretty spectacular views to be had.

It's worth looking at the calendar before heading down for a visit, because often the area plays host to the Rocks Markets - which can be a great dinner option.

For more information on The Rocks click here
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Why? Wining and dining
When: 24 hours
Where: The Rocks
Cost: Free to look, but can be expensive to indulge
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