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This rise in temperature will have devastating effects on our already endangered reef. Even with less variability than land, the oceans can expect significant temperature rise, which will trigger another mass bleaching. The most current bleaching events were responsible for the death of almost half the Great Barrier Reef. Lewis believes that Australia will need to start prepping for these spikes in temperature now to ensure we are prepared. National Geographic showcases leading explorers, scientists, environmentalists, film makers and renowned photographers.

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There are no pins in your viewport. Try moving the map or changing your filters. Thank you for your interest. This feature is coming soon. Types of Things to Do. Central Business District Good for Big Groups. Good for a Rainy Day. Good for Adrenaline Seekers. Sydney weather essentials Month. More weather for Sydney. Powered by Weather Underground. Shop Tickets And Tours Featured Tours and Tickets Big Bus Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Blue Mountains Nature and Wildlife Top Things to do West Head Look out.

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Lots of expats and backpackers. Two stories, decently big, and smoking patio. Makeouts everywhere and oozing with raunchy abandon. Not for the weak of heart if you have problems with Approach Anxiety and Sexual Anxiety. Ivy George St, Sydney: Ivy is a classy establishment with a million different areas divided within.

This was a typical high-energy club with extremely attractive women that were, for the type of venue, very approachable. Exclusive dress code and exclusive guest list.

You have to know someone to get in. Bring your best B. T method, because the men are mostly big, Australian jocks out for a night on the town and are willing to physically push guys aside to get to the girl they want. The place is huge, with several floors and many different areas to suit all preferences, but show up early, as the trick is getting inside!

Australians can be very AMOG-happy, especially the more drunk they get. This was a cool, rockabilly-meets-goth-meets-punk themed night that moves all around Sydney bringing super high-energy rockabilly and punk bands to a very diverse and made-up crowd.

I cannot stress how surprised I was. Opening was a breeze and conversation though sometimes dull was VERY easy. I was shocked, but had a ton of fun. Inside was a sort of hollowed-out proscenium theatre with no seats and a few parking stations, much like any concert, though it was all carpeted weird. No real place to sit down or isolate, but everyone was friendly enough to stand around and chat for hours. Sold out, so busy from 9pm on and dress in your most ridiculous attire just to fit in!

Much like Ivy, this place is very classy, but difficult to open in. Similar in style to Los Angeles clubs, there are tons of birthday parties and tourists out to look cool.

Women are super attractive and men are generally cordial if dominant, no AMOG problems. Drinks are particularly expensive, which is expected of a club, and the place is quite large. We had a couch in a nook near the bear in the middle of the long, open, half-patio venue with bars on each end which we commandeered through sheers numbers and dominance.

There were quite a lot of individual couches for seating, but it got quite busy by 10pm. Play it cool and your sets will swing open. Generally speaking, Australians are not noticeably prejudiced against Asians. The real prejudice seems to be reserved for the aborigines and homosexuals. Overall, Sydney was a blast and the people were very welcoming and easy to open.

I made a ton of new friends at World Bar that were willing to show me around for the rest of the week I was there and made a few great and lasting friendships!

Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Sydney, Australia on TripAdvisor: See traveler reviews and photos of Sydney tourist attractions . Here are 10 that made the Campaign Brief Hot List, and 20 more that J Walter Thompson Sydney was a massive creative improver in smooches. Sydney nightlife is still rife with clubs to hit any night of the week. Here are the best dancefloors for bangers, rainbow parties, and late-night smooches Best for: Die-hard club action with a world-class view.