Top 10 Nightclubs in Sydney

Sydney is an ideal destination for everyone who loves to party, whether on the rooftop, in the cellar, by the pool, at the beach, or in a suburban bowling alley. The Nightclubs in Sydney are some of the liveliest in the country and are known for offering impeccable hospitality after dark. Read on to find out the best spots in our opinion of where to let loose once the sun goes down.

1. Marquee Sydney

Marquee Sydney, Australia

The Marquee nightclub is known for its incredible sound system, eye-catching LED displays, and go-go dancers. With well-known worldwide DJs as patrons at the club, including Hardwell, Will Sparks, Afrojack, Avicii, and Armin Van Buuren, Marquee has built a reputation over the years among the popular Nightclubs in Sydney. So if you want to have a taste of the celebrity lifestyle, pull on your party pants or slim minis and be ready to spend the night dancing to the music Marquee while raising your arm in the air.

Timings - Friday and Saturday 10:30 pm to 4:30 am               
                      Sunday 7:00 pm to 1:00 am

2. Club 77

Club 77 Sydney, Australia

Although this seedy, gritty bar has changed over the years, its cherry red walls and sticky floor were once the centres of attraction of Sydney's alternative electronic and house music scene, where legends like AJAX, the Bang Gang, and Starfuckers DJs ruled the turntables and the dance floor. Club 77 celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2022. The makeover featured a brand-new sound treatment and a powerful KV2 Audio system tailored to Translate's Sound needs(7RANSLA7E).

The club operates a license to be open up to 4 AM seven days a week. Even a late-night happy hour is offered from 2.30 AM to 3.30 AM.

Timings - Friday to Saturday : 9 PM to 4 AM 

3. The Cliff Dive

The Cliff Dive, Sydney

Perhaps the most colourful among the nightclubs in Sydney with an underwater theme, The Cliff Dive has been attracting large audiences and serving up tropical-themed drinks by popular demand. Get ready for an aquatic grind time because Cliff Dive's theme lately is focused on hip-hop, trap, and grime.

Timings - Friday & Saturday : 8:00 pm to 4:00 am

4. The Junction

The Junction is a Latin-themed underground nightclub located at Bondi Junction, Sydney's central shopping district. It is a 400-person capacity multi-use concert venue, gallery space, restaurant, and bar. Three different bar counters can be found in this hot club, which also plays some incredible upbeat songs by both local and foreign musical genres.

Timings - Wednesday - Saturday : 5 PM to 2 AM

5. Soda Factory

Soda Factory, Sydney

The Soda Factory is the place to go if you're on a light budget and looking for a cheap way to party the night. Every day of the week is exciting at this location, including Mondays when movies are shown, Tuesdays when 1 AUD hotdogs are available, Wednesdays when inexpensive drinks are available, etc. This club is also quite popular for transforming into a throwback playground on the weekends for people who wish to dance to music from the 1980s and 1990s.

Timings - Monday -Thursday: 5 PM onwards, Friday 5 PM to 3 AM, Saturday - Sunday: 6 PM to 3 AM

6. Oxford Art Factory


The Oxford Art Factory is one of Sydney's top small live music and performance venues. This 500-people big area has been shining for over ten years and hosts several high-quality local and international performances on the stage. After the bands are done with their performances, get ready for some dancing.

Timings - All days of the week, 8 PM onwards

7. Frankie’s Pizza


Frankie's Pizza is unquestionably one of Sydney's top spots for some rock 'n' roll and a crazy night out. As you descend the steps, relax with Pizza, pinball games, and live music. Frankie's also has a dimly lit secret bar behind the stage, where lots of late-night dancing happens. Frankie's is said close soon to make way for the new Sydney Metro line in a few months, so you only have a few more months to dance the night away at this underground paradise.

Timings - 4 PM to 3:30 AM (daily)

8.  Maali

Maali Sydney

Maali, a Nightclub in Sydney with Moroccan influences, was originally Candy's Apartment on Bayswater Road. It was founded by the same group that launched Eros across the street. The building's brick walls and arches have been painted soda orange, and the walls are lined with new sunken couches, a VIP room, and private spaces with curtains.

The in-house entertainment includes belly dancers, snake charmers, and tarot readers. Maali's inspiration is "Arabian Nights." A new cutting-edge lighting and sound system have also been installed to spice up the dance floor.

Timings - Friday & Saturday 8 PM to 3:30 AM

9. Goros


Goros is a Japanese-themed nightclub in Sydney known for its 20-person karaoke rooms, Japanese cuisine, and vintage arcade games. On weekends, this Surry Hills venue fills its dance floor with hip-hop tunes and max vibes.

Timings - Wednesday & Thursday: 5 PM to 1 AM | Friday & Saturday, 5 PM to 3 AM

10. Stonewall


One of the most renowned gay bars in Harbour City is Stonewall Club. It is located in the vibrant centre of Oxford Street, with pubs spanning three stories and offering live entertainment seven days a week.

Additionally, the club hosts Malebox evenings on Wednesdays, Karaoke nights on Tuesdays, and the most renowned drag acts on Friday and Saturday nights. For more than 20 years, Stonewall Club has received recognition for its support of different LGBTQ causes and organizations.

Timings - 12 PM to 3 AM (daily)

We've compiled a list of top Nightclubs in Sydney where you can sip on delightful beverages and move your booty to great tunes. Check out these trendy and hot party spots, including Cliff Dive, Marquee, The Junction, and others.

This post was published by Saba Fakhr

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