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Oxford Street, Sydney, New South Wales Australia
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Big Bus Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour

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A Sydney and Bondi Beach bus tour lets you enjoy all the benefits of a guided tour—including hassle-free transportation and onboard audio commentary—while exploring the sights at your own pace. Tickets are valid for 24 or 48 hours, so you can hop on and off at attractions like Sydney Harbour, the Rocks, Royal Botanic Garden, and Hyde Park, or simply enjoy the views from an open-top double-decker bus.
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Dimitris L wrote a review Oct. 2020
Sydney, Australia19,336 contributions59,888 helpful votes
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Oxford street is a major thoroughfare in central Sydney. We have been there many times and it now seems that it is showing its age. There are many shops of all descriptions, including cafes and so on, but the area is in desperate need of some renovation. Something has to be done to improve its appearance. The local authorities have started to make certain changes but much more is really needed. Many of the side streets along Oxford are probably more attractive with some really lovely cafes and other shops. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dimitris L wrote a review Feb. 2020
Sydney, Australia19,336 contributions59,888 helpful votes
This is quite an interesting street. The best way to check it out is really to start at one end, or anywhere for that matter, and keep walking. The street is full of establishments of all sorts. There are restaurants to satisfy all tastes, there bars, cafes, fashion shops, churches, office buildings,lots of nightclubs, hospital and even parts of universities, such as the University of Notre Dame and the University of New South Wales. The street is now mostly famous for its connection to the Gay community and Sydney's Mardi Gras. It's a lively precinct which starts at Whitlam Square, at one corner of Hyde Park, roughly where Museum train station is located, and goes all the way to Bondi Junction!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Elliot S wrote a review Jan. 2020
Santa Fe, New Mexico226 contributions190 helpful votes
Among the unusual sights: churches converted to boutiques, and a bank to a hotel, there are many unique stores, restaurants and pubs galore and an excellent park. Worth a stroll. You can also walk downtown.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Oldjack wrote a review Aug. 2019
Greater Melbourne, Australia21,079 contributions2,344 helpful votes
Close to Hyde Park Oxford Street is definitely is tacky which many poor quality restaurants and shops that probably need not be there. There are exceptions. As you move down into Paddington it develops some class and style and character. The best way to see Oxford Street is walk it and I have done this a number of times. Some of the side streets off Oxford are far more interesting with historical terrace house and better class of restaurants.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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cg2792 wrote a review Jun. 2019
England, United Kingdom2,520 contributions312 helpful votes
Perfect place to go both at night and during the day. Plenty of shops and places to eat during the day, lots of bars and clubs at night. Definitely recommend!
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Date of experience: April 2019
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