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Enjoy a romantic evening among Sydney’s stars in Sydney Tower. Dinner is served in an all you can eat style buffet in Sydney’s tallest revolving restaurant. Look over Sydney’s skyline as you enjoy eating feasting upon authentic Australian food and sipping on world-class wine while staring into the eyes of your beloved. The menu includes fresh seafood, kangaroo, crocodile and roast with a seemingly endless variety of desserts for you and your date to share. Head to dinner during sunset and watch the lights over the city shine and glisten bright for the most romantic and beautiful views of Sydney’s skyline. Sipping champagne high above Sydney’s sky has never been so good. Let Sydney’s sky play romantic backdrop to your dinner date high above the stars this evening.
Relax by Sydney’s iconic Harbour while your tastebuds celebrate with Belgian style chocolate at its finest. The Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe sits along the foreshore of Circular Quay, overlooking Sydney Harbour in all its beauty. The restaurant serves rich chocolate cakes and coffee which you can enjoy as you marvel at the beauty of the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. The menu includes Belgian waffles, cakes, tarts, hot and cold drinks as well as macaroons and biscuits. Don’t be afraid to try something new. At the Guylian Cafe everything is guaranteed to impress you. The chocolate cafe is the place to try signature Guylian desserts and chocolate specials. Dine at the Guylian Belgian chocolate cafe for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea.
Spend the night relaxing in the peaceful tranquillity of the world heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park, NSW. Let the romance blossom when you spend the night at the Fairmont Resort, conveniently located close to Sydney making it the perfect weekend getaway destination. Take in local native bushland while you relax in the resort and spa and treat yourself to the best views of Australia’s natural environment. Dine in one of the four restaurants within the resort, each bringing the local flavour of the Blue Mountains to life. Whether it’s high tea or a romantic dinner by the fireplace, there are fine dining options infused with the taste of the outback for everyone. Recently re-furbished, the rooms in the Fairmont Resort cater to all modern romantic’s needs.
Ever wanted to experience the romance and vintage style of the television favourites Happy Days and Grease? Well now you can at Skyline Drive-In, Blacktown. Watch new release and special movie features from the privacy and comfort of your own car. Let the romance steam as you and your partner get cosy in the back seat of your car at Sydney’s only surviving drive-in. The Skyline Drive-In has recently undergone a complete renovation, bringing to life a retro styled American diner and crisp movie-quality sound to your vintage car date. Head back in time and experience a romantic retro styled date in the heart of western Sydney at the Drive-In. And remember, no one can see what you get up to in the privacy of your own car!
Take a stroll through the Chinatown markets in Sydney which run every Friday night. The markets specialise in Asian inspired food stalls and shopping. If you’re after something a little different, head down to the markets for a romantic date with your partner. Take a journey through Asia and experience true Chinese culture and traditions without even leaving Sydney. A date in Sydney doesn’t have to send you broke! Cheap and affordable, the Chinese Markets offer an escape from the city landscape and send you to a whole other culture. Food stalls provide authentic meals and dishes, starting from as little as $3. Enjoy the flavours of the orient as you work your way through the market stalls in Sydney’s Chinatown Markets this Friday night.
Looking for things to do in Sydney? Nothing beats a romantic picnic lunch surrounded by the beauty of Sydney’s attractions. Nestled in amongst the bustling Sydney city is The Royal Botanic Gardens. Sydney Botanical Gardens are a relaxing and naturally beautiful retreat by the shore of the harbour. Lay back and relax as ferries pass you by on the water and tune in to listen to the wildlife. Head to Sydney Botanical Gardens and spend the day surrounded by the purest nature the city has to offer. Entry to the garden is free so you’ll only have to worry about the cost of the picnic food. Bring along your picnic blanket, pack some food and invite your favourite person along for a romantic and peaceful retreat.