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Breakfast place that according to converts to late night joint cocktail joint. Located a good distance away from the beach. Also a good distance from the Bondi Beach crowds. Comes with all the tables, chairs, and windows needed to serve you the cocktails you need and seat you with a hangover the next day. Keep an ear out for the downtempo and glitch pop.

“There were six of us in cycling kit that came in for breakfast and the staff didn’t bat an eye. So either they’re used to seeing dudes dressed in skin-tight costumes complete with padded diapers or they’re dead to the world; either way the eggs and spinach hash was delightful and our bikes didn’t get stolen from the tree out front we leaned them against, so this place was a perfect way to start the day’s ride.”—Kyle von Hoetzendorff

“It was a great breakfast experience, although I had a massive hangover. We went for my birthday at 8:30 a.m. on a Sunday -no queue if you get there early-, and I had the pancakes with bacon, bananas, strawberries, and syrup. And it was sublime. The coffee is delicious, and the service is amazing; it’s the first time in my life that a waitress notices that I don’t have enough syrup, and offers to bring more without me saying a word. I already have the craves for more Brown Sugar.”—Camilo M

Brown Sugar – Important Info

  1. Websitehttp://brownsugarbondi.com.au/
  2. Address: 106 Curlewis St, Bondi NSW 2026, Australia
  3. Phone Number: +61 2 9130 1566
  4. Email: n/a
  5. Hours of Operation: Closed M, Tu-W 6:30pm to 12am, F-Su 8:30am – 2:30pm & 6:30pm – 12am
  6. Price: $$
  7. Key Words: Tables, Chairs, Windows

A major highway that outlines the southeastern elbow of Australia.

“We rode bikes on this highway. There was a lot of debris on the shoulder, which as cyclists is our allotted space to ride. And by debris I mean dead animals. Our path was littered with dead animals. On the bright side, the vehicles constantly rushing past us created a consistent breeze that kept the smell of the carcasses from becoming overwhelming.”—Kyle von Hoetzendorff

“I drive the Princes Highway daily, it’s part of my commute into Sydney. It’s not so bad, though I’d rather not be on it. But I’d rather not have been born with red hair. I guess having red hair is like driving on the Prince’s highway: not so bad until you notice all the dead carcasses.”—Jilly Venz

Princes Highway – Important Info

  1. Websitehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princes_Highway
  2. Address: Princes Highway is a road, do roads have addresses?
  3. Phone Number: n/a
  4. Email: n/a
  5. Hours of Operation: All Days, All Hours!
  6. Price: Free!
  7. Key Words: Utes, Lorries, Rubbish

Australian Veterans bar. Non-veterans are welcome. Show some respect.

“It was made known to us newbies that if and when you go into an RSL, you doff your hat as a sign of respect. I didn’t make it into the place, my beer was ordered for me, but I doffed my hat just in case. The place had all the fixings of a really good American dive bar, there was nothing too polished about the joint. This is a place for memories and tales, for swilling beer and shooting the shit. Despite being obvious outsiders the locals raised a glass and toasted to our good health. I’d come back.”—Kyle von Hoetzendorff

“Love this great little vintage R.S.L.The bistro meal are great value ,fish and chip,salad $12 along with veg burgers,wraps .Salt and pepper calamari really good too great views and outdoor seating too.The lady that runs the bistro has worked there for some time and takes great pride in her restaurant”—Jules Tilly

RSL Club Coledale – Important Info

  1. Websitehttp://wslr.com.au
  2. Address: 201 Pioneer Rd, Fairy Meadow NSW 2519, Australia
  3. Phone Number: +61 2 4283 6999
  4. Email: n/a
  5. Hours of Operation: n/a
  6. Price: $$
  7. Key Words: Vacancy, Interior Decorating, Hospitality

“I’m a steep road. I have a sign warning you of Koala Bears, but don’t worry you won’t see them, in fact you won’t see them at all during your entire trip. If it helps I have switchbacks and I really am a rad road to climb. I don’t see a lot of traffic and I kinda wind my way through a scenic area, so even though you’ll miss the koalas the serenity is nice.”

“I’ve been down on this road once, my tree had run out of leaves and I was getting might cranky. So I ambled across the damn thing, to tell you the truth I didn’t like the foot feel, too bloody hard. But I could see a dream tree across the way and I needed to get there and when I did the buzz from those leaves was magnificent.”—A Koala

“My big sister died on this road. She was buzzed out of her mind on the Euc and stumbled in front of pretty sick ute. It hit the family hard.”—Another Koala

Wollongong Surf Resort – Important Info

  1. Websitehttps://www.facebook.com/The-Robinson-Pie-Shop-203141116393100/
  2. Address: 4400 Illawarra Hwy, Robertson NSW 2577, Australia
  3. Phone Number: +61 2 4885 1330
  4. Email: n/a
  5. Hours of Operation: Weekdays 7:30am to 7:00pm, Weekends 8:00am to 7:00pm
  6. Price: $$
  7. Key Words: Savory, Sweet, Shelter
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