Australia is impossible to imagine without the city of Sydney. Sydney is at the top of every traveler’s list for good reasons. It is a rapidly growing city and economy with the cultural heritage and diversity.
This vibrant city is an inviting fusion of world-famous landmarks, historic buildings, bays, and iconic beaches. You are going to find excitement at every stop. Plan to stay for a week to enjoy every bit as there is so much to explore in Sydney.
- How to get there
To fly directly into Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport, Cathay Pacific has come forth with international flights from many global hubs. Afterward, you can book a taxi or train in advance for a 20-minute ride to this magnificent city. To settle down your bewilderment, our tour guide will help you out in every possible way.
Let’s delve into Sydney’s popular attractions and must-do experiences:
- BONDI BEACH – A famous stretch of sand
You can’t escape from Sydney’s spectacular seaside suburb to experience the Australian sunshine. This beach is just 8 kilometers away from the city beautiful. Don’t forget to immerse yourself in “the Bondi Bubble.”
For good swimmers, make sure you swim between the flags to avoid any misfortune. For casual strolls, you can get along with the locals from the beach to Coogee coastal trail. Bondi Icebergs is for winter swimming. You will find designer shops, incredible surfers, amazing cafes, and restaurants to keep you occupied.
- Incredible Wildlife
Giving a visit to Taronga Zoo Sydney is the best way to get close to the Australian Wildlife. This zoo is home to more than 4,000 animals including both native and exotic. You can come near to gorillas, giraffes, chimpanzees, tigers, leopards, kangaroos, koala bears, and sea lions.
Have you ever experienced having a glance at wildlife by tackling the treetop Wild Ropes? We bet you won’t get an opportunity to confront the wildlife from such a new perspective. It includes zip-lines, rope climbs, suspended bridges, and various other high rope challenges. To experience a close encounter with animals, you can stay at the safari-style tents at the zoo.
- SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE – A masterpiece
This 20th Century architecture has a lot to offer. It was designed by a Danish architect Jorn Utzon. Take a stroll inside and outside the Opera House with the help of a tour guide. Sydney’s National Opera House hosts more than 40 performances each week in Circular Quay. Book a ticket in advance for an upcoming opera to experience the incredible acoustics.
If you are curious to know how about off-stage, register yourself for a two-hour backstage tour. You can have a glance at the behind-the-scenes domain of performers. You will be served a complete breakfast in the green room. This touring thing starts at 7 a.m. To call it off, you can plan to dine at Peter Gilmore’s restaurant, Bennelong.
- SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE – Australia’s grandest engineering feat
This place has the nickname “The Coathanger”. This bridge is 134 meters high above sea level. You can take a stroll or cycle around this huge structure. If you opt to explore this place, book a BridgeClimb to get yourself to the top of the steel ribs to relish the most astounding views of the city center.
You can unravel the history and construction on the way up. You can enjoy an amazing view of the bridge at Pylon Lookout.
- BLUE MOUNTAINS
If you want to experience Sydney in a completely different way, head to the Blue Mountains National Park. It invites you to discover tall forests, sandstone cliffs, waterfalls, and bushland. You can explore this place with mountain biking, abseiling, or on foot. These mountains cover around one million hectares area. Further, you can head to Scenic World in Katoomba for a unique perspective.
For food lovers, you can dine at Australia’s most awarded restaurants such as Quay, Aria, Mr. Wong, Chin Chin, Firedoor to explore your favorite cuisines. Australia has a huge list of incredible events such as Vivid Sydney, Sydney’s New Year festivities, Sydney Gay, Sydney Lunar Festival, and so on.
Book your tickets to get a mini break from the weariness of your monotonous routine.