Guide to Sydney

Sydney is a renowned tourist destination, and for good reason. There’s so much to do in this vibrant city, it appeals to any appetite, interest, and personality. The city itself is filled with fantastic shopping areas, incredible dining experiences, and culture around every corner. Not only is Sydney a great destination to visit, it’s a beautiful to see! Especially from the water. There are many options to get out on the water and see the city around the harbour and beyond.

Sydney Harbour

The city boasts one of the best botanical gardens in all of Australia, and is a perfect way to take in the city’s landmark view of the Harbour Bridge and the iconic Sydney Opera House. Pack a picnic lunch or bring a frisbee and take advantage of the beautiful park right in the centre of town. With literally thousands of events and activities to experience, you will not have trouble planning your days roaming the city.

One of the biggest attractions in Sydney is not in the city, it’s from above! The Sydney Bridge Climb allows you to see the city from a whole new perspective-at the top of the Harbour Bridge. Take in the view with some of your friends or family as you climb to the top and gaze out at the beautiful city and harbour below. A popular tourist activity, the climb combines history, excitement, and unforgettable experiences all in one. It’s not to be missed.

You can’t visit Sydney without getting over to the famous Bondi Beach. Thousands find their way to this busy beach each year to lay under the sun and enjoy the sea and sand. With bustling cafes, shops, coastal walk, and a unique neighbourhood, Bondi has long been a big tourist attraction for anyone who visits.

With so much to see and so little time, a great way to get it all in without the hassle is to book a day tour. There are Sydney Day Tours that highlight the city’s best attractions all in one! Hit Bondi, the Opera House, Sydney Tower, and other main attractions with a tour that combines all the greatest that Sydney has to offer for an affordable price.

5th Most Liveable City

Sydney has again found itself in the top ten of ‘The World’s Most Liveable City’ list according to a survey of 140 cities, released by the Economist Intelligence Unit.

Australia had three cities in the top 10 with Sydney finding itself at spot number 5. The survey looks at five categories – stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure.

What’s Good in Sydney?

It’s on everyone’s bucket list; an iconic spot bursting with a spectacular Harbourfront, sublime beaches, and sparkling skyscrapers, there really is nowhere else like Sydney. But where do you start? With so many different attractions and locations, narrowing down the ones worth your time can get tricky. But have no fear, as we are here to help, listing the top things that have made Sydney one of the top travel destinations in the entire country.

The Restaurants

Sydney Restaurant

Being the crown jewel of Australia, and one of the most prominent city areas around, the question is not ‘is there good food’ but ‘which to narrow down?’ Sydney is jam-packed with the best chefs and restaurants around, ranging in high-class seafood restaurants, fusion foods, mouth-watering and unique treats, to splendid cafes for your morning coffee. Unless you are moving there for good, you’ll never stand a chance against the city’s ferocious dining machine, so make sure to at least dine once for an unforgettable experience.

The People

Sydney People

Australian’s are notorious for being laid-back, friendly, and fun. And Sydney people are no different, with stunning seafront restaurants, and rooftop bars, it’s no wonder these locals have a smile on their face. One of the best things to do while traveling here is to chat with the Sydney dwellers, finding out the secret local spots, and learning about a completely different culture from your own. Even despite the huge hive of tourists that come to Sydney, these guys still open their arms in welcome to every newcomer.

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