Holidays in Neutral Bay
One of Sydney's most beautiful suburbs, Neutral Bay is located on the North Shore of Sydney in close proximity to Milsons Point and Sydney's CBD. It is surrounded by leafy suburbs that boast federation style houses, sparkling ocean waters and well preserved historical areas of Sydney. Neutral bay is loved by Sydneysiders who often spend time unwinding in its trendy upmarket cafes, or relaxing on the floors of nearby beaches that lack the tourists of other well known places. If you are searching for style, beauty and luxury, arranging holiday accommodation in Neutral Bay is definitely a must do.
Things to see and do
Neutral Bay Junction is definitely the place to shop if you are planning a holiday in this trendy little boutique suburb. It is located on Military road and will offer you an array of fantastic presents and souvenirs for yourself and your loved ones. You will also find a shopping mall or two if you have organized a self-contained apartment and are considering cooking up a storm at home. If you prefer to dine out, however, you will not be let down. Neutral Bay and its surrounds will offer you some delightful international and local cuisines that you will be sure to enjoy.
Activities In the area
With holiday accommodation in Neutral Bay you’ll never be lacking things to do and see. The Lower North Shore is the home of a collection of fantastic beaches, bays and parks where you can admire the water views, enjoy a family picnic or simply breathe in the coastal airs as you stroll along next to the harbour. Sydney Harbour National Park is nearby, as is Taronga Zoo where you can admire hundreds of species of animals from all over the world. You could also visit Milsons Point and sip on a great coffee as you take in views of Sydney Harbour from up close. If you are travelling with children, talk a walk around to Luna Park and watch your little ones amuse themselves on an array of great rides the fun park has to offer.
Seeing the City
As Sydney's CBD is less than ten minutes away, take advantage of its close proximity and venture into the city to see its splendor for yourself. There is such a great collection of internationally recognized sites to see including the Sydney Opera House, The Sydney Tower, The Botanic Gardens, Circular Quay and Darling harbour, you may want to put aside more than one day to see the best of these places. After a day trip in Sydney City you will most certainly want to return to your holiday house in Neutral Bay and relax as you sip on a glass of fine local wine.
Climate in Neutral Bay
Neutral Bay always remains beautiful no matter the season or the temperature. Its characteristic historical nature and chic style will forever delight you and yours. The spring and summer light definitely bring this leafy, chic suburb to life during the hotter months. If you travel during this period, you will be able to take advantage of the brilliant weather and see for yourself the reason why Sydney beaches are celebrated internationally. As you look out the window of your holiday apartment, you will witness Sydney in a unique light that is often captured by renowned photographers. Neutral Bay winters are mild, and although rainfall will increase, you will be able to enjoy the pretty suburb whilst avoiding the tourists who come to visit during the peak times in summer.
Getting there from the UK
Throughout the year, you can find some fantastic flight deals to Sydney. It is best to book as far in advanced as possible in order to avoid unbearably high ticket costs around peak times. Once you have decided on your flight and have arrived in Sydney, getting to Neutral Bay is not difficult. You can arrange a driver to pick you up from the airport and escort you across the stunning harbour bridge to your holiday rental, or you can call a taxi at the airport.
It is possible to take public transport from the airport yet is often time consuming and difficult if you have a lot of luggage. Should you wish to catch public transport, the most popular option would be to catch a train to Wynyard station followed by a bus directly to Neutral Bay.