To Do in Sydney
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Sydney is Australia's largest and most famous city. It is home to beautiful beaches, iconic buildings, historic landmarks, award-winning restaurants, and a vibrant culture. From the breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour to the serene tranquility of Hyde Park, Sydney has something for everyone.
1. Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House
If it‘s your first visit, head straight to Sydney Harbour. Nothing compares with seeing the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Sydney Opera House with your own eyes. Thrill seekers should try the Sydney Bridge Climb experience. The climb costs $148 and you will get the next best thing for nix by simply strolling along the pedestrian pathway at the bridge’s eastern edge.
2. Sydney Luna Park
Take a stroll along Sydney Harbour Bridge to Northern Sydney and experience Luna Park Sydney, an entertainment precinct of many faces. This superb restored fun-park is a place where you likely to go to catch a concert at the Big Top, easy classy cuisine at The Deck or take the million dollar views as you ride the Ferris wheel.
The Queen Victoria Building (QVB) is another must-see attraction located in the heart of Sydney’s CBD. Since its establishment in the 1890s, this grand and beautiful building is one of the city's premier shopping destinations. If a shopping mall is more your idea of shopping heaven then try Pitt Street Mall and Westfield, both in the city centre. Further south you'll find Sydney's Chinatown, with Paddys market and some great Chinese restaurants on offer.
4. Darling Harbour
Stroll a 10-minute walk from the Sydney Town Hall, Darling Harbour is the perfect place to entertain the whole family. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo can be easily spotted around the corner of Darling Harbor area. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy bird-eye view of stretching vista of Sydney’s CBD at the summit of Sydney Tower Eye.
5. Blue Mountain
If you’re looking for high-energy adventure holiday, go to Sydney Blue Mountain where you can experience the harsh but fragile natural beauty of Aboriginal inhabitants. You don’t want to miss the vista of the Three-Sisters and Jamison Valley. Similarly, you can do bush walks and Trees Adventure in New South Wales National Park.
6. Bondi Beach
If you’re looking for fun-filled getaway in summer, the iconic Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach are the best choices. Enjoy them year-round by walking along a coastal trail or take in the view over a cocktail and dinner at one of the many outstanding restaurants in the area. Great shopping and other natural attractions ensure Sydney has some for everything. Sydney is a tourist's dream with a mix of holiday options.