Small speakeasies, swaying palms, and towering masts comprise the skyline in Elizabeth Bay and Rushcutters Bay, two inner-Sydney suburbs that grace the harbor's edge. Nearly urban but sporting every suburban amenity, Elizabeth and Rushcutters Bay feel equal parts connected to the core of the city and removed from its big business endeavors. Instead of lunch hours or rush hours, Elizabeth and Rushcutters Bay residents spend slow hours dockside, parkside, or yachtside.See 75 places to stay Save this neighborhood
High-Rises, Hip Bars, and Heritage Sites Near the CBD
The area is filled with trendy shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, pubs, and night-clubs. It is a stroll to the city and 15 min to Bondi Beach."
Drinking and Dining Along the Harbor
Rushcutters Bay Park is one of the nicest harbour side parks in the city to jog, stroll, or chill out in, and only a short walk to Kings Cross & Potts Point."
Active Lifestyles Along the Harbor
The Spot to Moor Your Yacht
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Tobias Rowles is a Sydney based photographer working in both the art and commercial worlds. He specialises in people and lifestyle photography that celebrates the ‘everyday’ and shoots for a wide range of local and international advertising clients. Tobias also maintains a constant focus on personal projects, many of which have received considerable critical acclaim.