If you’re the type of traveller who really likes to get to grips with a destination’s hidden histories and sordid secrets, you’re in luck: Sydney is brimming with brilliant revelations below its sun-soaked, café-strewn surface.
H1: What to do in Woolloomooloo: your travel guide
Still trying to wrap your head around that name? We feel you. The aboriginal tongue-twister means “place of plenty” or “young black kangaroo” depending on who you ask. Either way, Woolloomooloo (shortened to ‘Loo by locals) is one of the most historic areas of Sydney and a real mecca for foodies thanks to its deluge of epic eateries.
Few things are more pleasurable than digging into a slap-up brunch spread – especially when you’re on holiday. In the Land Down Under, locals take a religious approach to breakfast and its late morning counterpart. Cafés and coffee shops appear on nearly every corner of the country’s cities, serving up the archetypal avocado and eggs on toast in addition to less mainstream dishes that’ll have your taste buds tingling before your first bite.