Eastern suburbs are broken up into four main categories:
The inner city suburbs of Centennial Park, Paddington, Darlinghurst, Moore Park and Kings Cross.
The southern suburbs of Bondi Junction, Bondi, Bronte, Tamarama, Queens Park, Clovelly, Coogee, Randwick and Kensington.
There are also a number of northern suburbs surrounding Sydney Harbour that make up the Eastern suburbs and these are: Vaucluse, Rose Bay, Darling Point, Dover Heights, Double Bay, Point Piper, Woollahra, Watsons Bay, Potts Point, Rushcutters Bay, Elizabeth Bay and Bellevue Hill.
The southern suburbs of Maroubra, Matraville, Malabar, Little Bay and Le Perouse are also referred to the Eastern Suburbs as well.
With such a wide area of land the Eastern Suburbs has something to offer for everyone. The beach of course is a major attraction as are the multitude of parks and recreational areas scattered throughout.
Bondi Beach has an open air cinema that runs from January through to March and there’s a moonlight cinema operating in Centennial Park from December to March. The Taste of Sydney food festival, also in Centennial Park, is also held in March and is one of the major culinary events in the city.
Dining in the Eastern Suburbs is varied due to the wide area that it covers. Tourists will find that the majority of areas within the Eastern Suburbs have extensive choices when it comes to dining out and myriad cafes, restaurants, pubs and eateries to choose from will not disappoint.
Accommodation options throughout the Eastern suburbs are limited however as a primarily upmarket residential area, and mostly includes only upmarket hotel and apartments.