There is a wealth of things to do in Sydney. Visit the famous sights, shop until you drop and then relax on one of the stunning sandy beaches. Its enviable location is no more than an hours drive from the famous Hunter Valley wine region and the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains. Sydney really does offer something for everyone.
No trip to Sydney would be complete without visiting the iconic Sydney Opera House and experiencing the climb the bridge attraction for magnificent city views. Relax on one of the sandy beaches, such as the famous Bondi Beach popular year-round with travellers and locals alike. Enjoy a shopping spree along Oxford Street, before experiencing the hottest nightlife around Sydney in Darling Harbour.
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Cruise Sydney Harbour
Sydney is a city with a vibrant, outdoor lifestyle and is surrounded by natural beauty. Undoubtedly the playground of Sydneysiders is the magnificent harbour, where you can enjoy coffee, lunch or dinner as your cruise, experience the thrill of a jet boat thrill ride, or experience the harbour's sights from the deck of a Tall Ship.
Sydney's Most Amazing Swimming Spots
When it comes to places to swim, there are few cities in the world with the vast array of amazingly beautiful, breaktaking places to take a dip that Sydney has. The city and suburbs is surrounded by rivers, beaches, waterholes and rockpools, some of which are well known and have long been tourist magnets. Many however are tucked away in out of the way corners of the Sydney Basin, well away from the regular visitor hotspots, known only to the locals and visited by a handful who are quite happy to keep their secret swimming spot to themselves.
Located on a piece of prime real estate right on Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo is worth visiting for the view alone - but there is much more to see, experience and enjoy. The zoo is home to over 4,000 animals, including Australian native wildlife, as well as rare and endangered exotic animals. Open 365 days a year, admission includes daily keeper talks and shows, and access to the Sky Safari, Sydney's only cable car. Get there by car or by a short 12-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay.
From surfing on Bondi to hiking the infamous Blue Mountains, there is an outdoor adventure for everyone in and around Sydney. If you need a little help planning your adventure, we can help. These are just some of the many activities you can partake of in and around Sydney.
During the whale watching season in Sydney (May to October), observe the incredible humpback whales migrating from Antarctica to the Great Barrier Reef and back. Enjoy and exhilarating, top-quality eco adventure - suitable for people of all ages.