Although The Rocks has become a bit of a tourist trap, it is still worth a visit because of the history and architecture of the area. There are several good cafes and restaurants in the area as well.
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This is a very tourist friendly area, but really full of overpriced shops (I found a Christmas ornament I bought on Philip Island marked up $4 from what I paid) and galleries, lots of eating options but kind of lame. Interesting place to go regarding...More
The Rocks is a great area of Sydney and the place where it all began in the past. This place is very historic and is part of Sydney's culture. What a place it is with 200-300 years old houses and roadside cafes. There are tastefully...More
I love taking pictures of the old buildings, therefore I really like strolling around in The Rocks. If you happen to like old buildings like I do, spend some times (1-2 hours) to stroll around the area and have a great pictures of the great...More
Both hip and historic, The Rocks is a great place to go if visiting Sydney. If you are coming here for the first time, or even if you have been here a few times I would recommend you read the book "Playing Beatie Bow" by...More
The Rocks is a fun, active, energetic area near the Harbor Bridge and is loaded with bars, cafes and shopping. It's a must see when visiting Sydney! Close to Circular Quay and has amazing views of the Bridge and Opera House within a short walk...More
Wonderful place to walk about and check out the shops. Make sure you get there at weekends where there's an open air market with very vibrant atmosphere, not all for tourists.
The Rocks is a great way to introduce you to the story of the city, take time to read about before walking the. A must see!