They pack the pubs tightly inside the 2010 postcode. You've got craft beer temples with gleaming banks of taps ready to cater to even the most esoteric thirst; there are tried and tested stalwarts for a cold beer and a Swans game; or you can upgrade your dinner in high-end dining rooms.
The days may be growing shorter, but the number of great activities to enjoy in Sydney this March is growing all the time. Sydney's flagship feminist ideas festival, All About Women, returns to the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras will stage its first ever arena spectacular at the SCG, and the biggest Broadway blockbuster in living memory, Hamilton, will make its Down Under debut with an all-Aussie cast.
And while, technically speaking, we're heading into autumn, there's still plenty of time to enjoy that classic Sydney combo: sun, sea and sand. Check out our ranked list of the 50 best beaches in the city, and see how many you can tick off before winter.
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