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The Perfect Sydney Hens Party Starts Here

Sexy Sydney

It might be best known for an opera house and an old bridge, but Sydney is a sexy, sassy modern city, bursting with possibilities. From the beaches of Bondi to the naughty nightlife of Kings Cross, it’s no surprise Sydney is a hotspot for hens parties. Visitors are drawn to Darling Harbour, Circular Quay and The Rocks, but Sydney’s character-filled suburbs also have a lot to offer, each with its own unique personality. From the bustling vibe of the city to the beauty of the beaches (including the female-friendly nudist spots) we’re sure you’ll find something for everyone in Sydney.

Sydney’s Top 5 Hens Party Ideas
  • Winery Tour
  • Dinner and Drinks
  • Boat Cruise
  • Horse Racing
  • Private Bar


100’s of Hens Ideas to Choose From

Just like snowflakes, no two brides are the same. Which is why we’ve searched high and low to find unique hens party ideas that everyone will love. From lavish ladies days at the spa and indulgent food and wine tours to high-adrenaline activities like quad biking and paintball, it’s a case of choose your own adventure. But why stop at one? Make a weekend of it for a full itinerary of fun!


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Why have your Hens in Sydney?

Where do we start! Brunch in Bondi perhaps, followed by a quick dip in the iconic seaside Icebergs pool. Then take on the waves with a surf lesson or boat cruise before lunch with the ladies overlooking the Harbour. You could get the party started early with a wine, whisky or gin tasting, or fill your afternoon itinerary with shopping and exploring the suburbs. Get to Glebe for a modern eclectic mix of eateries, bars, bookshops and vintage stores, and don’t miss the Saturday Markets here! Newtown is a bohemian neighbourhood, home to Victorian architecture, street art, multicultural food and entertainment venues, like the much-loved Enmore Theatre. Swing over to Surry Hills for the stylish cafe and coffee scene, terraced houses, wine bars and upmarket pubs. Mosey on over to Manly on the ferry for a breezy beachy vibe, where you can while away an afternoon sipping cocktails and drinking in the harbour views. And if you want to get amongst the action of the busiest tourist hotspots, the historic cobblestone-lined laneways of The Rocks blends the old and the new, with a lively offering of restaurants, bars, pubs, markets and street performers.

Top Tips and Ideas

We’re huge fans of a pub crawl and believe more is more when it comes to a fun-filled hens party itinerary. You could spend days (and many nights) exploring the cafes, bars and lounges across Sydney’s CBD and suburbs. The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are obvious attractions, so we won’t go into details. And Paddy’s Market is a popular Sydney tourist spot, located in Haymarket and Flemington. But there are some lesser-known gems to be found. Just a few of Sydney’s best-kept secrets worth adding to your must-see list include Paddington Reservoir Gardens, a remarkable underground public space preserving 19th Century architecture in the heart of one of the harbour city’s most on-trend suburbs.

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Forgotten Songs, which is a striking public art installation of floating bird cages in Angel Place, down a skinny stairwell off Martin Place; and Wendy’s Secret Garden nestled beside Luna Park in Lavender Bay. It’s one of Sydney’s most Instagrammable locations, popular for picnics and ladies days.

The public transport network offers one of the most convenient ways to get around Sydney. Pick up an Opal card to access the city’s trains, buses, ferries and light rail. If you feel like escaping the city, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Hunter, Illawarra and Highlands regions are all within easy reach, offering a myriad of food, wine and brewery tours as well as nature-based experiences. Ask your House of Hens party planner for their recommendations!

Baby When the Lights Go Out

The options for night time entertainment in Sydney run as wild as your imagination. You can choose to keep your hens night tame, or turn up the volume and venture into the underworld of the racy and risqué. Despite its lockout laws (remember to be in by 1.30am!), Australia’s largest city is still home to a diverse mix of nightlife, from underground clubs to converted warehouses, rooftop bars and lavish lounges. It wouldn’t be a night out in Sydney without a visit to Kings Cross, where you’ll find live music, rowdy dance floors, and of course, strip clubs. Just down the road is Potts Point, spilling over with classic cocktails, craft brews and sparkling champagne. The establishments here are an experience in themselves, from old world charm to velvet-lined walls and Chesterfield lounges. Every Sydney suburb has something special to offer, and you’ll be spoilt for choice in Darlinghurst, Newtown and Darling Harbour.

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