Your guide to Sydney's nightlife
If you're trying to decide what you will do in Sydney this weekend, you'll find plenty of choice - Sydney thrives just as much, or perhaps even more by night, when the sun sets and the lights turn on.
No matter how your ideal Saturday night is spent, whether having quiet drinks at a bar, dancing the night away at a club, or enjoying a sophisticated meal, Sydney's got it covered.
Here are just some of your many options, so you can start planning the weekend ahead!
The Chinese Laundry: Also known simply as 'Laundry', is one of the hottest clubs for those keen to dance until the sun rises. It attracts both national and international DJ heavyweights with hugely impressive special events and guests. If you're keen to party, head to this club, which can be found at 111 Sussex Street.
"If you're trying to decide what you will do in Sydney this weekend, you'll find plenty of choice - Sydney thrives just as much, or perhaps even more by night, when the sun sets and the lights turn on.
The Oxford Art Factory: Offers up a great mix of casual drinks, dancing, live music acts and art. Whether you want to spend your night hitting the dance floor, watching an intriguing performance artist in a glass cube or swaying to the beat of a local band, you can have it all here at this ever-so-slightly alternative establishment.
The Basement: There's plenty of room to sit too, so recline on one of the couches and settle in for the night. Make your way to the Basement, 38 - 46 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, to find this gem.
Ivy Bar: The ultimate in sophistication. This famous bar draws notable Sydneysiders through its doors, with palatial decor, seamless service, an outdoor pool and many comfortable corners in which you can chat the night away. You'll find this bar at 330 George Street.