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Best things to do in Alexandria

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Café
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“Fantastic garden with nice brunch! Popular restaurant for brunch. Enjoy your day from here!”
254 locals recommend
Travel Lounge
“Sydney Park is a large recreational area in the inner-city area of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The parkland is located at St Peters, sitting along the borders of Alexandria, Newtown and Erskineville. Sydney Park is 41.6 hectares in area, which makes it the third largest park in inner-city Sydney. Wikipedia”
154 locals recommend
Café
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“One of our frequent and favourite cafes! Great delicious, healthy and wholesome food. You have got to check this one out! ”
55 locals recommend
Bar
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“ Great Mon-Fri happy hour, really friendly staff, small but fun bar for an afternoon drink!”
47 locals recommend
Italian Restaurant
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“Sydney institution serving up simple and authentic Italian food full of flavour. Big bustling locations across the city make it a go to option for a hearty meal in many parts of the city ”
54 locals recommend
Dentist's Office
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“Smokehouse fare and craft beer in an art deco pub with quirky, handmade decor and a rear garden.”
38 locals recommend
Pub
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“Good food, drinks and atmosphere. This place is buzzing most nights and they do some great pub food - Chicken schnitty anyone? ”
35 locals recommend
Distillery
“Top-shelf local beer, wine and spirits in an industrial-chic bar attached to a popular distillery.”
24 locals recommend
Café
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“High-end coffee and Modern Australian fare, plus housemade condiments, in a relaxed, compact locale. Try the breakfast muffins!”
35 locals recommend
Recreation Center
“Sky Zone Alexandria is an indoor trampoline park with more than 100 interconnected trampolines that let you literally bounce off the walls.”
23 locals recommend
Bakery
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“One of the best sausage rolls in Sydney - also very famous with their watermelon cake. ”
30 locals recommend
Café
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“Coffee, pastries, hummus and haloumi served in a light-filled, cosy corner cafe with vintage decor.”
38 locals recommend
Café
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“Coffee, sandwiches & brunch served in a small cafe with high-ceilings & industrial-chic decor.”
27 locals recommend
Liquor Store
“Dan Murphy's and Woolworths located next to each other. Couple cafes and restaurants near by as well. It's larger than the Woolies in Erskineville and Dan Murphy has the best prices on alcohol. ”
28 locals recommend
Bakery
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“Bourke Street Bakery is your neighbourhood bakery. They make real food from the best ingredients, the old fashioned way – by hand, with dedication and love. Baked and raised from humble beginnings in Surry Hills, Bourke Street Bakery has grown to become one of Sydney’s most iconic food destinations. ”
21 locals recommend
Gourmet Shop
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“Bitton is great for a French-inspired all-day breakfast, and very very popular. Established in 2000, Bitton Cafe and Grocer is iconic in the area, located across from a leafy park. Bitton was the original eatery in an area that is now a hub for foodies.”
26 locals recommend