The capital of New South Wales, Sydney located on the South east coast off the Tasman Sea is one of the most populous city of Australia. The city is home to over 190 nationalities and ethnic groups making Sydney the most cosmopolitan of all Australian cities. Though most of these ethnic groups tend to stay in areas and suburbs wdhere a sizeable number of their own group congregate, for example Danes, Norwegians and Swedes in the Manly area, Russians in Waverley, Chinese around Ashfield etc, this does not mean that other communities are not welcome or that they can’t stay in Sydney All Short Term Lets located there. It just means that when you stay in an ethnic suburb you have a chance of enjoying their culture, food, and restaurants. Thus, if you are in a mood for some curry, then a stay in a service apartment located in the Homebush neighbourhood where a sizeable number of South Asians stay is recommended while for the gay community, the apartments at Oxford Street are the best.
Other notable areas where one can seek a holiday apartment to stay during their Australian Holiday are:
Inner Sydney -Inner Sydney has its own distinct charm. Divided into two separate areas –Inner east and Inner west, the area is known for its weekend markets, second hand shops, fashionable boutiques, bookshops, cafes, restaurants and not to mention late night bars. Guests planning to stay in Inner Sydney area can think about renting accommodation in Oxford Street, Paddington, Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Glebe, Leichhardt, Balmain and Newtown.
Sydney West - The best option for those looking for some adventure, Sydney west comprises of some of the outlying areas of Sydney notably the historic Parramatta, the continent second oldest European settlement, the Sydney Olympic park, Campbelltown etc.
South Sydney - For those who love the sun, surf and sea, no need to look further, simply book your vacation rental in the suburbs of Cronulla, Maroubra, Bundeen and Malabar and spend your day bushwalking in at Royal National Park or at the Heathcote National Park once you are through whale-watching at Cronulla Beach.
East Sydney - Considerably expensive than most Sydney’s suburbs, these is where you will find some of the city’s famous shopping streets and markets and yes, the Bondi beach too! Dover heights, Vaucluse and Watson Bay are the areas where you should seek out holiday flats to rent out.
Sydney North - One of the best suburbs to stay especially for families and those with kids. This is where one will find the Taronga Zoo, the Ku-ring-gai National Park, the Manly beach with its Ocean world and the Palm Beach. You can book a rental at Hawkesbury, Windsor, Mosman as well as in the neighbourhoods of Manly and Palm beach and when you do make sure to check out if the rentals there provide some excellent views of the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera.
Sydney City - The main city center home to the CBD, Harbour Bridge, Darling Harbour, Sydney Opera, Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Tower Eye, the SEALIFE Sydney Aquarium and what not. The area is best suited for those who are in Sydney for a holiday and enjoy exploring the city on their own. Areas where one can seek out accommodation are the neighbourhoods in and around Chinatown and Haymarket –if you love Chinese and street food; Circular Quay for some of the city’s finest restaurants, pubs and bars; Walsh bay, Potts Point and Woolloomooloo amongst others.