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Soak up some Sun in these extravagant, ultraluxe harbourside rentals.

By Danielle Banton

The sun and sand of Sydneys beautiful beaches and harbours beckon. Ah, the coast where you can take 5 to go hang 10 … and drop a cool $18,000 on a harbourside rental for a month.

Before you pass judgment on the price tags, dare to peek inside these magnificent Sydney rentals, and find out what it feels like to be sittin’ on top of the world.

32b Pacific Street, Watsons Bay, NSW

This stunning property could be yours for $4,500 a week. Boasting views from Camp Cove to the city skyline around to Manly, this magnificent residence is luxuriously appointed for contemporary family living & entertaining.

11/75 Darling Point Road, Darling Point,


At $2,500 a week, chump change for this beauty. Showcasing the iconic Opera House, Bridge, Harbour and CBD, Combining glorious panoramic views from every room and a fabulous fusion of glass, stones, inlaid parquetry, bespoke cabinetry, electronic blinds and ducted air conditioning, the flexible layout soars high above this exclusive harbourside enclave.

For more exquisite waterside rentals visit Ray White Double Bay.

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