We’ve lined up for you the top five things to do in Five Dock.
So you’ve done your research on the area, but how much do you really know about Five Dock? Want to live like a local… well try out these:
5. Picnic in the Park
Right around the corner from Bosco is the beautiful Halliday Park. Pack up a picnic to share with loved ones and relax by the bay. There’s no better way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Or bring the kids down for a fun afternoon – where the amount of play equipment outnumbers the kids.
You might be stressed beyond belief, or you may have just decided to treat yo’ self. Either way, Saltuary has you covered. A cross between an organic health food store, alternative medicine one-stop-shop, and relaxing indulgence this Five Dock gem is there for you. Run by locals Tiina and James Hogg, this place boasts one of the few truly excellent salt rooms in Sydney.
3. Expose your tastebuds to Bamiyan
Nestled in little Italy, you wouldn’t the be the only one to be surprised at finding an award-winning, highly recommended Afghan restaurant, Bamiyan.
A vibrantly coloured cuisine jumps off the table and captivates the tastebuds. Grilled meats served with delicately spiced chutney, balanced by fresh yogurt sauce with mint… the perfect dishes to fill a hungry belly
2. Cremeria de Luca
If you have a sweet tooth, look no further than Cremeria de Luca. Dubbed the home of the Gelato Burger, this place is the creme de la creme of dessert bars. The de Luca’s have been refining their ice cream making into an artform for nearly 80 years and they brought their creamy, rich recipes to Five Dock back in 2013 – just for you.
1. Dinner at Filicudi Restaurant
So you’ve had a long week… treat yourself to the warmth and decadence that only a fresh Italian meal can offer. You’ll feel like you’re travelling straight into nonna’s kitchen when you take a bite of their penne siciliana or the pollo pavarotti. Embrace your wanderlust and dine in to get the full experience.