The Sydney Opera House is a masterwork of architecture and a well-known landmark worldwide.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
While taking in the breathtaking vistas of Sydney Harbor on this heart-pounding guided tour over the arch, you’ll learn about the history of the bridge and the city.
Bondi Beach, a popular length of gorgeous golden sands, is only 8 kilometres from Sydney’s downtown.
Sydney’s oldest neighbourhood, once home to convicts, is now dotted with markets, art galleries, hip cafes, boutique stores, and pubs.
There are plenty of guided boat trips around Sydney’s coastline, but a cheap and easy way to do it is by catching a ride to Manly on the ferry.
This sizable saltwater pool is a wonderful location for a swim because it is perched on a steep cliff at the edge of Bronte Beach.
Sydney Fish Market offers a comprehensive foodie experience with a variety of restaurants, cafes, bakeries, gourmet delis, and wine shops on-site in addition to being a significant hub of commerce for neighbourhood fishermen.
Sydney shopping malls
Sydney has a wide variety of venues to buy, but 2 Victorian-era shopping malls give the experience a touch of regal splendour.
The 360 Bar and rotating restaurant offer breathtaking views of Sydney and the ocean.
King Street Wharf
King Street Wharf, located along Darling Harbour, is home to a number of hip pubs and eateries that turn up the party as dusk falls.