Triple J Host Reveals What To Do In Sydney On The Weekend

05/12/2015 6:47 AM AEDT | Updated 15/07/2016 12:51 PM AEST
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You may be familiar with KLP -- real name, Kristy Lee Peters -- the triple j House Party host who gets to play DJ every Saturday serving up the tracks that get you amped for the night ahead.

The music obsessive, producer and vocalist who counts Sydney as home reveals her favourite local spots from hidden coastal inlets and live music venues to lick-the-plate good vegetarian food -- just count this as your weekend fun guide.

Bread & Circus

21 Fountain St, Alexandria NSW 2015

“It may take you a little while to be seated as it's incredibly popular, but it's worth the wait for their organic breakfast and lunch.”

@barbara_obrien1 beautiful X

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The Union Hotel

576 King St, Newtown NSW 2042

“It's my local pub! There's a really large selection of beer on tap, pool tables and a super chilled out vibe.”



Yullis

417 Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010

“All vegetarian food with a great atmosphere!”


Never knew broccoli could be so yummy #foodporn with @sophiesoyoung and @nisha_grg #latergram

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Luyu & Yum Yum

196 King St, Newtown NSW 2042

“It's hidden away upstairs with just a neon sign at street level. Amazing modern Chinese dumplings with a tasty wine list!”



Gordon’s Bay

Major St, Coogee 2031

"Sydney has some amazing beaches, but I find it to be a little less busy here. Also there is a lot of nice rock space to chill on, stops everything getting so sandy!"


Mondayz are the best dayzzz ☀️ #gordonsbay #gordonsbaybeach

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Chinese Laundry

111 Sussex St, Sydney NSW 2000

"This is my favourite club to DJ at in Sydney. They have great artists coming through both locally and internationally and the crowd is always up for a sweaty dance floor experience."


Last night was 🔥

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Opera Bar

Lower Concourse, Sydney Opera House, Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000

"It can at times seem quite overflowing with tourists, but the view is to die for! A cocktail by sunset with the Opera House and Harbour Bridge in the background is pretty damn fine."



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