A Comprehensive Gay Travel Guide in Sydney

As the biggest city in Australia, Sydney boasts a vibrant gay scene in the southern hemisphere. If you are curious about the biggest New Year’s Eve celebration in the southern hemisphere, you must visit Sydney!

Sydney is the most expensive city in Australia, so if you aren’t ready for a luxurious trip, maybe you should start to save money first. But if you are a rich gay guy ready for fun, you should totally go to Sydney.

Gay Bars Sydney

Beresford Sundays

This gay pub’s address is 354 Bourke St, Surry Hills, Sydney. It’s open from 12pm to 1am on Sunday. As the most popular Sunday gay bar, it’s not only a pub, but also a restaurant which offers a wide variety of food for you to choose.

This place has a big gay crowd. Indeed, gay men congregate here every week. You may want to meet new men outside the courtyard by having a few drinks. Alternatively, you can go upstairs and dance with new friends.

Because this venue has two floors, it’s quite spacious and can accommodate a huge gay party.


Slide has been in the Sydney gay nightlife for more than one decade and it’s still the best gay bar in town. This place is super hip – it not only has live cabaret shows, but also organises themed events with the best sound technology and light.

You can enjoy the live performances while having dinner or drinking cocktails. This is the glamorous experience for every gay traveller in Sydney, including men on Findle app.bar for gays

The Green Park Hotel

In Australia, a hotel is oftentimes a bar! Don’t get confused because of its name! The Green Park Hotel is located at 360 Victoria Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney. It’s open until midnight every night, so it attracts a large, mixed gay crowd who are very friendly and open-minded.

Many local gay men meet gay tourists in this venue – anything is possible here. Also, this bar hosts private functions and events that can cater 60 people in its functions room. Therefore, if you are looking for a place for your birthday party, you may want to consider this venue.

Gingers @ The Oxford Hotel

This gay pub is in the gay district of Sydney. It has booths with state-of-the-art sound and light system, a lounge area and mezzanine level seating. Because it’s inside the Oxford Hotel, this gay club definitely attracts a mixed crowd.

This venue is a strong supporter of the local LBGTQ community, so gay pride is real here.Gay Bars Sydney

The Colombian Hotel

This venue is open from 9am to 6am every day. Yes, its business hours are insane!

With panoramic views of Oxford Street, this gay club is a triangular building with two floors: a large-screen video bar on the ground level and a dance floor on the 1st level. Please note that the ground level is Level 1 in the United States & the 1st level is Level 2 in the United States. I know this can be confusing if you are a gay traveller from the United States, but Australians generally use British English.

Palms on Oxford

This place is open from 8pm to 3am from Thursday to Sunday. Located at 124 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst, Sydney, Palms on Oxford is a relaxing pub on Sydney’s gay Oxford Street where DJ’s are playing your favourite tracks all the time.

When there are special occasions, free entry is possible.best gay bar

Universal Sydney

As a new gay bar on Oxford Street, Universal Sydney features the best light and sound system as well as multiple dance floors.

You will meet the hottest dancers, performers and DJ’s from all over the world in this gay venue. You can look at their official website for further details regarding themed events and gay parties.

Gay Hotels Sydney

Vibe Hotel Sydney

If you would like to go shopping in this shopping paradise of southern hemisphere, you will love this hotel because it’s so close to the famous shopping district in town. Also, there are many gay bars nearby.

Due to its convenient location and good value for money, gay travellers would be well-advised to book hotel rooms in advance – it’s extremely popular among travellers on Findle.

Rydges World Square

Because of its central location, free WiFi and great value, this hotel is one of the best gay-friendly hotels in Sydney. It’s just a few minutes’ walk to gay pubs on Oxford Street.

By the way, it’s also very close to a gay bathhouse in the local area.

Hyde Park Inn

Hyde Park Inn is an upscale hotel that is close to the gay nightlife. You can have a good view of Hyde Park.

As this hotel offers rooms, studios and apartments, gay travellers who plan to stay in Sydney for a longer period of time should choose this hotel if their budget is a bit higher.Gay Hotels Sydney

Bounce Sydney

This gay hotel is near Chinatown where you can find the best Asian food in southern hemisphere. Also, the bus to Bondi Beach departs from this hotel as well.

It is relatively cheap, so gay sugar babies looking for gay sugar daddies may want to consider this option.

Metro Hotel Marlow Sydney Central

This gay-friendly hotel is near Central Railway Station, Oxford Street and Chinatown where you can enjoy the hustle and bustle of Sydney.

Its good value for money and perfect location attract a large number of gay tourists from all over the world.

Gay Saunas Sydney

357 – Sydney City Steam

This gay sauna is open from 10am to 6am on weekdays and it’s open 24 hours on weekends. There are four floors with a lift (in America, it’s called an elevator).

Facilities include a steam room, dry sauna, dark room, maze, cabins café, video room and a bar that is fully licensed.

There are regular events such as Foam Party on Sundays and Black Out Fridays. This venue is very popular with Asian gay men on the best travel app.


Located at 10 Taylor St, Darlinghurst, Sydney, Bodyline is a gay spa that is owned by a gay guy (it’s also operated by a gay man). Since 1991, this gay sauna has been a popular venue in the gay scene in Sydney.

You can download a loyalty app with every 10th entry free. Of course, they have special events regularly as well.Gay Massage Sydney

Gay Massage Sydney

Manatomy Sydney

Its address is 67 Castlereagh Street, Sydney. This massage studio is open from 9am to 3:30pm. That means if your children go to school, you can relax and chill here before you pick up your kids from school.

This gay massage studio is owned and operated by a gay man in Sydney. Its service is quite comprehensive – hot salt body scrubs, relaxation massage, sports massage, men’s waxing, etc.

Banana Leaf Thai Massage

This gay massage studio is open from 10am to 10pm – 12 hours a day, seven days a week. This place offers professional services such as Thai massage, oil massage, foot reflexology, body scrubs and grooming. Most of their massage therapists are from Asia.

It’s situated in Paddington which is close to the gay scene in Sydney.

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