Sydney Happy Hours by Region
Spricky is your online happy hour finder helping you discover drinks on a budget. There are thousands of happy hour spots in Sydney, the community of happy hour hunters pulls in all the new drink deals.
For Sydney we pull together and rank the greatest happy hours by region. The happy hour lists are updated as new happy hours pour in so they're never out of date. Browse the list of happy hours by region below.
If there's a great happy hour at your local, sign up to snap a photo of the happy hour sign next time you're there and their drink deals will be in consideration for the next happy hour list for the area.
Sydney's CBD is a bustling metropolis that doesn't stop (...well until 2.30am sadly). South of the harbour bridge from the rocks back to Central, there are thousands of pubs, restaurants, bars and cafes to find a good deal at.
Sadly, not all companies have in-office happy hours, thankfully Sydney has plenty of Happy Hours in the CBD and Spricky's done the hard work finding the best ones.
Built in 1988 as a tourist hotspot, Darling Harbour was built for wining and dining around the water. Having received an update with the completion of the creation of Darling Quarter a couple of years ago and the revamped Convention Center there are some great staple restaurants and cafes and a host of new bars opening up at Harbourside.
Nearly every bar and restaurant in Darling Harbour has a happy hour, their happy hours are the best way to compete for tourist business.
Sydney's oldest district, The Rocks are the original home to workers and some original quarries and ports. The Rocks was a workers' district for centuries so there are plenty of places to get a drink and tons of history to check out.
With 20+ Hotels and as many bars vying for customers, the happy hours in the Rocks will keep you coming back.
USYD was Australia's First University founded in 1850 not far from one of the first train stations, Newtown which was commenced service in 1855. Students love cheap food and drink so the area around Sydney Uni (Stretching from Glebe to Erskineville and Ultimo to Newtown) has grown to be one of Sydney's hotspots for happy hours and combo deals
Happy Hour times around the Uni can be different to normal to cater to the time students are happy so you may need to start happy hour earlier than usual
That's all the happy hour for now.
Happy hour means discounted high quality after work drinks. The place to unwind with a refreshing beer, wine, ‘scotch on the rocks', or a fancy cocktail. Whatever your poison is, whatever works for you is available during happy hour.
Happy hour rewards you with great drink specials to quench the after-work thirst or helps you find a place your coworkers will enjoy.
Check back later as the team are constantly adding new Happy Hours and opening up new areas.