Things to do in Sydney Spectacularly draped around its beautiful Harbour and beaches, Sydney has a visual wow factor that few cities in the world can rival. But that’s only the beginning… Climb the Harbour Bridge Built in 1922, […]
Spectacularly draped around its beautiful Harbour and beaches, Sydney has a visual wow factor that few cities in the world can rival. But that’s only the beginning…
Built in 1922, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s most iconic landmarks, as well as an engineering masterpiece. Visitors are free to walk, cycle or drive across it, or you can book a Bridge Climb for a very different experience of the bridge, as well as a real adrenaline rush.
Visit the Sydney Opera House and tick this item off your bucket-list. World renowned, and an awe-inspiring architectural marvel, the Sydney Opera House is undoubtedly Australia’s most iconic landmark. Located in Circular Quay, right on the Harbour, the Opera House hosts more than 40 performances every week. Book a backstage tour to get behind the scenes of this magnificent venue.
Spend the night camping on Cockatoo Island, located right in the middle of Sydney Harbour, for a touch of wilderness surrounded by breathtaking Harbour views. Bring your own tent, or book a Glamping package and bring a little glamour to your camping experience, complete with beds, hot showers and meals provided.
Sydney is famous for its beaches, including the world-famous Bondi Beach, so while you’re in town, take a walk along the 3.7km Bondi to Coogee Coastal Trail, and see all of Sydney’s Eastern beaches, including Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly, and, finally, Coogee Beach. The trail winds past some exquisite Aboriginal rock art, and finishes at the Coogee pavilion – the perfect spot to enjoy a well-earned lunch.
Get up close and personal with the animals at the Taronga Zoo, on the waterside, just a 12 minute ferry ride from Circular Quay. Home to more than 4,000 animals of various exotic species, Taronga Zoo also offers the ultimate sleepover, the Roar & Snore experience, allowing you to sleep overnight in luxury safari-style tents.
Just a two hour drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains National Park is home to the famous rock formation The Three Sisters, as well as an array of waterfalls, sandstone cliffs, forests, and some breathtaking hiking trails.
Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley is the perfect place for a weekend getaway. Tour the local vineyards, sample their wines, eat at award-winning restaurants, and take in the picturesque surroundings only two hours North of Sydney.