Our day started off with a breakfast of seafood at Sydney’s Harbour Market. Lots to a see and loads to eat, but we also were a little mindful of our calories and the bill 😅.
We got our food from Peter’s – a mix of battered white bait, baby calamari, half tail of grilled lobster, and a seafood kebab. $39. Ok…
How to get there: Take the Light Rail from Central Station and get off at either Fish Market Light Rail or Wentworth Park Light Rail. One thing to note! Tap on and off before and after you get on/off the light rail. Look down on the floor and you’ll find the arrows leading you to the tapping machines (like a pillar).
And then it’s a little walk to the market. Follow the signage or use your Google map.
Sydney Fish Market is close to the Anzac Bridge, so if you are into taking photos of bridges, it’s a good spot to eat and take your photos. Just be careful of those darn seagulls. And a pelican, or two.
After that, to help us burn off our seafood calories, it was walkies at the coast of Bondi!
How we got there, it was the incredible rail system from Central Station, of course! All the way to Bondi Junction and then a bus, service 333, to the beach. Just get off when you spot the beach.
There’s a Kite event happening at the beach on Sunday, so if you are in Sydney, do drop by on that day. It seems exciting, looking at the events lined up. Unfortunately for me, I’ll be heading home on that afternoon. Oh well.
Lovely beach and crazy waves. Lots of surfers but also lots of people. If you follow the beach walk to Bronte Beach, there are lots of beautiful views and incredible stone formations along the way.
We took the bus back to Bondi Junction from Tamarama Beach, which was the beach just before Bronte Beach.
I think I got tanned. A little.