Things to do in Sydney

Whether you’re staying for just a few hours or the whole weekend, there’s plenty to do, see, and of course, eat in Sydney! Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf is within easy walking distance of the CBD and many of Sydney’s top attractions.

Tour the city

sydney harbour bridge at sunset

Running from 24th May to 15th June, Vivid Sydney 2024 boasts mesmerising exhibitions of outdoor lighting sculptures and 3D projections, cutting-edge contemporary music events and more!

Grab a friend and enjoy a scenic coastal walk like the Bondi to Coogee walk or the Spit Bridge to Manly walk.

The historic area features cobblestone streets, artisan markets and a mix of restaurants, cafes and boutiques.

Open every Saturday from 8am-1pm, Carriageworks Farmers Markets offer the freshest seasonal food and produce from around NSW. Trust us, you’ll want to save maximum belly space for all the tasty food!

Brunch spots

Healthy breakfast ingredients, food frame. Granola, egg, nuts, fruits, berries, toast, milk, yogurt, orange juice, cheese, banana, apple on wooden rustic background, top view, copy space

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving Modern Australian dishes with a creative twist.

Exchange Place, 3 Sussex St, Barangaroo

A favourite 1920’s garden-style café in the heart of the CBD offering house-made crumpets, nutritious salad bowls and eggs your way.

Shop RG 12, 500 George St, Sydney

Home of the iconic jiggly Japanese souffle pancakes, Gram Café & Pancakes is one of Sydney’s sweetest destinations.

Shop RG016, 500 George St, Sydney

A bite of yum!

Buddha bowl with quinoa, tofu, avocado, sweet potato, brussels sprouts and tahini, copy space. Healthy vegan food concept.

Brings all the best elements of a casual Japanese eatery direct to Barangaroo waterfront.

33 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo  

Inspired by big all-day dining restaurants of Milan and Rome, it brings authentic Italian cuisine.

20 Bond St, Sydney

A stunning outdoor waterfront sushi bar that’s modern, stylish and relaxing.

10/33 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo 

Coffee cravings

Variety of cups of coffee and coffee beans in burlap sack on black background

Conveniently situated on Jones Bay Wharf, so you can overlook picturesque Darling Harbour while enjoying your morning brew.

- 108/26-32 Pirrama Road, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont, Sydney

Take your pick from Gabriel coffee, cold brew, cold pressed juices, smoothies and organic kombucha.

- 22 Union St, Pyrmont

One of Melbourne’s best coffee roasters since 2008, have a spot in Barangaroo, brewing from 6am weekdays.

- Tower One, International Towers Sydney, Shipwright Walk, Barangaroo

Bakery & sweet treats

selective focus of cheerful asian woman smiling while smelling bread in supermarket

A Middle Eastern-inspired menu including shakshuka, Moroccan-spiced lamb pies and an array of sandwiches made with thick slices of the bakery’s signature sourdough.

- Hyde Park, 98 Elizabeth St, Sydney

Italy’s best gelato made fresh daily in Sydney. It’s a must-visit!

- Shop 4, 33 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo

Creators of the world's most Instagrammed cake, the strawberry watermelon cake.

- Shop 26, Ground Floor, 500 George St, Sydney

Fine dining

male cooks preparing meat in the restaurant kitchen

A focus on regional Italian flavours and modern Australian seafood, inspired by the Mediterranean Sea.

- 26-32 Pirrama Road Lower Deck, Jones Bay Wharf, Pyrmont

Located in Coogee Pavilion, mimi’s captures the true essence of coastal fine dining.

- 130a Beach St, Coogee  

Step into Sydney’s exclusive modern fusion dining destination where Japanese sophistication is reimagined with a passionate Peruvian influence.

Crown Sydney, Level 2/1 Barangaroo Ave, Barangaroo 

And of course, Dietitians Unite 2024! See you on Friday 31 May, 2024!

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