Sydney Holidays

Sydney Holidays

Sydney is Australia's best known city, as well as the capital of New South Wales. This diversified region has something to please essentially any traveller, regardless of the types of activities and attractions in which he or she is interested. The area boasts live entertainment, beaches, museums, fine dining, lovely scenery and historical landmarks.

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Activities and Attractions


Visitors to Sydney are typically pleased with the city's broad range of museums. Some are free of charge, while others are associated with a small fee. The Gallery of New South Wales displays works of art by Australian, European and Asian artists, and new collections are regularly added. The nearby Powerhouse Museum is also a great choice. Boasting over 405,000 scientific artefacts, it is a site to remember for any Sydney holidaymaker.

Sydney Opera House

Sydney is home to one of the world's most famous theatres, the Sydney Opera House. Over one thousand performances are given at this establishment on a yearly basis. The theatre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well. Live performances take place each day of the year, making it a a great place to visit regardless of when one plans to travel to Sydney.

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The Harbour Bridge

Another impressive site that costs nothing to see is the renowned Harbour Bridge, which is recognized throughout the world as a symbol of Australia. The outstanding structure has a platform from which tourists can view the breathtaking landscape surrounding the bridge.

Activities for the Outdoor Lover

Those who enjoy safari adventures should not miss a guided excursion to the Australian Outback, where animals and reptiles can be viewed in their natural habitat and stunning scenery can be enjoyed. No trip to Sydney is complete without a visit to one of its outstanding beaches. A beach exists for every lifestyle and taste, and travelers have over 35 from which to choose. Sydney's majestic shores include famous beaches such as Bondi, Bronte, Cranulla, and Whale Beach, all of which are opened to the public. Beaches such as Wattamolla and Coogee are also popular favourites among holidaymakers, although certain visitors prefer the more secluded beaches of Sydney's northeastern suburbs.

The Kuringai National Park should also be placed on the itinerary of outdoor enthusiasts. The park is home to an interesting and unique collection of artistic carvings, some of which are thousands of years old. Such carvings can be seen all along the park's trails, and each area of the Kuringai National Park has something different to offer. Serious outdoor lovers should plan to spend an entire day in the Park in order to fully experience all it has to offer.


Darling Quarter

No Sydney visitor should overlook the Darling Quarter, as a trip to this beautiful and interesting area is guaranteed to be an enjoyable experience for travellers of all ages. Sydney's Darling Quarter is a modern, vibrant community created by architects and local builders. It boasts beautifully designed, contemporary structures, a wide selection of restaurants and cafés, and numerous recreational areas and children's playgrounds. A dining, shopping, and entertainment mecca, the Darling Quarter is a great place to spend a morning or afternoon.

The Rocks

Located in the Circular Quay region is Sydney's outstanding colonial district. Simply called 'The Rocks' by local residents, this area boasts a significant number of eateries, nightclubs, art galleries and even a museum. The Rocks is considered an ideal starting point from which to launch a day of shopping and sightseeing.

Shopping and Dining

The Circular Quay and Kings Crossing and are the two top areas for shopping in Sydney. However, both contemporary malls and small marketplaces are also peppered throughout the city.


Depending on where a person lives, Australia's seasons may be very different from those with which they are familiar. December is typically quite hot in Sydney, whilst June, July and August are considered the winter season. However, Sydney experiences over 300 sunny days a year, which many travellers find enjoyable.

The City of Sydney offers myriad activities and attractions, and therefore it is not difficult for essentially any traveller to find something appealing to see and do. Therefore, a holiday in this beautiful and engaging Metropolis is guaranteed to be an unforgettable experience

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