Belt it Out, These Are the Best Karaoke Bars in Sydney

Leave your pride at the door.

We can already see the laminated songbooks and neon lights. not to mention, taste the cheap beer. Yes, we’re talking about a karaoke bar, where you can belt out a ballad or two with friends, or in a room full of strangers and not care.

If you’re ready to bust a lung catching a Celine Dion note, then here are the best karaoke bars in Sydney.

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K Square Karaoke Lounge

Venture down to this late-night basement, where you will find large private rooms to sing till your heart’s content. They serve cocktails and Korean beer. If you’re hungry, snack on calamari rings, Taiwan sausage, chicken wings, and crab claws. During happy hour, you can book a room for $10 per person for an hour. A five to eight person room can cost up to $108 per hour.

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Dynasty Karaoke

Dynasty is a well-hidden bar in Dixon Mall. There are 13 private rooms, or the main stage is ripe for the taking—if you’re brave enough. Each room has all the bells and whistles, including touchscreens and a visual system. To keep you liquored up, there’s fine whiskey, champagne, and fun cocktails. They’re also slinging mouthwatering Chinese snacks from the kitchen. The VIP room is $10 per person per hour, or if you need to host a group, you can book a 5-12 person room for $98.

Karaoke World

Karaoke World is one of Sydney’s first karaoke venues. Established in 1994, it evolved into a refurbished funky, hub of drunken singing. They have 18 rooms to settle into with a group of friends. The best part, all rooms are air-conditioned—a big deal if you know— and over 120,000 songs to choose from. You get a free bottle of champagne if it’s your birthday and you’re 18 or over. Otherwise, you can order off a long list of cocktails, beer, and wine. A room is available to hire from $15 per person for three hours during happy hour.

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Echo Point

This low-lit karaoke bar has large rooms, multi-language song list, and is open well into the early hours of the morning. They have a range of private rooms from two to 20 person rooms, each complete with a touchscreen karaoke system. You can get food and drinks delivered to the room, so all you need to worry about, is the next ballad you want to belt out. Order a heaping of chicken karaage or sushi to keep the party happy.

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All of the Sydney Food News You Need to Know

For all your Sydney food moments.

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There’s plenty to celebrate this year, from new menus to restaurants throwing parties, bottomless brunches, and more.

Here, we have the latest on Sydney’s food news, from chefs taking over restaurants to limited-edition menus and feasts for all your friends to enjoy.

  • To celebrate World Gin Day, and for one week only, gin and food lovers can try nagashi-sōmen—translating to ‘flowing noodles’— which sees noodles sent down a bamboo chute for diners to collect with chopsticks. The one-off experience will be hosted at Kid Kyoto, where guests can enjoy their flowing noodles alongside a menu paired with delicious KI NO BI Gin cocktails. Purchase tickets here.
  • Tuck into a Fireball Burger
  • Feeling the cold? Fireball Whisky and Bar Luca have teamed up for the ultimate firey menu. Offered for a limited time only, head down to Bar Luca for $6 Fireball shots all day, a Fireball shot and cocktail on arrival, and an all-you-can-eat bites of the full “Blame Fireball” menu on Saturday, July 1. Book a spot here
  • For two nights only, on Tuesday the 20th and Tuesday 27th of June, Graeme Hunt, Head Chef of Sydney’s trending late-night bar and dining venue at Zaffi, will be stepping up to the kitchen at award-winning bar PS40. Pop-up guests can expect a mosaic of colourful Lebanese-inspired bar snacks paired with exclusive midweek sips made by the mastermind behind the experimental bar, Michael Chiem.
  • Fan of Cinderella? The Great Hall is transforming into The Royal Palace for an enchanting high tea from July 1-2. There will be dancing and fun, and then Cinderella will run out of the venue leaving behind her glass slipper—the search for the missing beauty will begin. Tickets for the Cinderella High Tea costs $80-85 and you can purchase them here.
  • Grill’d has dropped two new burgers, and they’re beyond anything we could have imagined. Taking inspiration from Mexico, Grilld’s two new burgers are a Zesty Mexi and Luxe Nacho Burger. The Zesty Mexi features a black bean pattie with corn chips, tasty cheese, slaw, jalapenos, and chipotle mayo mixed with green tomatillo lime salsa. For meat lovers, the Luxe Nacho Burger is the same as the Zesty Mexi, but with a premium Wagyu pattie.

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