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Bump up the gay travel fun on your trip to Sydney!
The team behind Bump! TV has explored Sydney’s energetic gay and lesbian scene from its clothing-optional beaches to its Oxford Street clubs and beyond. Now let the producers of the world’s most popular gay and lesbian travel program be your guide to what’s glamorous and what’s naughty—and everything in between—in the land down under.
The Bump! Travel Guide delivers a queer-eye-view of Sydney, organized by category: Stay, Eat, Discover, Party, Shop, Play, Happenings and Newsstand. Many listings feature photos and video clips as seen on Bump! so you can see exactly what adventures you’re getting into.
•All listings are mapped and GPSed so you don’t get lost, no matter how distracted you get checking out local hotties
•Listings can be immediately shared via social media or email.
•One-click phone numbers and email addresses allow you to contact establishments instantly
•Excellent and experienced customer service is available by email 24/7
•Once installed, wireless service isn’t necessary to use the app’s main functions
•Regular updates are included
Use the Bump! Sydney Travel Guide as a supplement to more straight-laced guides like Lonely Planet and Frommer’s or discover that it’s comprehensive enough to be your one and only travel companion.
The rest of Australia thinks Sydney is a looks-obsessed, oversexed, too-cool-for-school sin city—so what? Home to the madcap shenanigans of Mardi Gras, one of the world’s biggest gay and lesbian festivals, Sydneysiders know how to have a good time. Both cosmopolitan and boisterous, the city is chockablock with world-class restaurants, pubs and dance clubs. The gayborhood is centered on Oxford Street, where visitors can stumble from bar to bar with ease. Still, Sydney is more than just the bad boy of the Pacific Rim. Shaped by inlets and harbors, crisscrossed with parks and beaches, the Aussie capital boasts spectacular natural attractions for adventures of the non-sexual sort. Laid-back, queer-friendly neighbourhoods like Surry Hills, Darlington and Newton boast distinctive shopping and dining pleasures all their own.
How can you find accommodations that are decadently exclusive (or exclusively gay)? Where are the best vegetarian eats? How can you climb to the summit of Sydney Harbour Bridge (without killing yourself)? Where’s the alt queer hotspot? What should you wear to the Sleaze Ball? The Bump! Sydney Travel Guide has all the LGBT answers.