The per­fect day in Manly


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Manly's beach­side lo­cale has over 150 bars, cafés and restau­rants to ex­plore. Drop into one of Manly's new­est hip venues, The Nook and tuck into their take on New York deli and Amer­i­can diner clas­sics. Or how about tast­ing some of Hong Kong's finest dishes on the menu at Manly's new­est Merivale es­tab­lish­ment Queen Chow.  The Pavil­ion West Es­planade, Manly. man­ly­pavil­  The Nook 49 Syd­ney Road, Manly. thenook­  Queen Chow 22-23 Manly Wharf, E Es­planade, Manly. queen­chow­manly


For spring cock­tails and cozy hotspots, ex­plore the mag­i­cal laneways around Manly. From Bel­grave

Car­tel to The Hold and Donny’s Bar, Manly has a small bar crawl sorted.  The Hold Shop 4, Syd­ney Road Plaza, Manly. the­  Bel­grave Car­tel 6 Bel­grave Street, Manly. bel­grave­car­  Donny's Bar 7 Mar­ket Place, Manly. don­


Be spoiled for choice in Manly. Browse the funky bou­tiques and surf stores or check out unique open-air week­end mar­kets fea­tur­ing lo­cal de­signs, art and fash­ion, ev­ery Satur­day and Sun­day from 9am–5pm, weather per­mit­ting.  Manly Mar­ket Place Syd­ney Road, Manly. man­ly­mar­ket­  Abo­rig­i­nal Dream­time Fine Art Gallery 36 The Corso, Manly. abo­rig­i­nalfin­  Rip Curl 100 The Corso, Manly.


Get your Jazz Hands ready for the re­turn of the Manly

Jazz Fes­ti­val (29 Sep–1 Oct). Check out the bands set up along the beach­front and The Corso. All live and free! In its 25th year, The Manly

Arts Fes­ti­val (7–23 Sep) fea­tures mu­si­cians, artists and dance per­for­mances across venues in­clud­ing Manly Art Gallery and Q Sta­tion. Look­ing for more lo­cal, in­sider's knowl­edge? Drop into Hello Manly – the Of­fi­cial Book­ing and In­for­ma­tion Cen­tre to grab your free map and hit the friendly staff up for all your book­ing and ac­tiv­ity needs.  Hello Manly Manly Wharf Fore­court.

Clock­wise from top: Aerial view of Manly; Manly Wharf; Whale Watch­ing Sea­son; Cy­cling, Manly Beach.

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