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Unlock the magic of Sydney

From bronzed beach bodies to skyscrapers, modern art, fantastic seafood and exotic wildlife, Sydney has it all. Take a tour to explore the world’s finest harbour and get under the skin of Australia’s lively East Coast metropolis.

Attractions in Sydney

Sydney Opera House
One of the most iconic buildings of the modern era, designed by Jorn Utzon and opened in 1973.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
A stunning arch over the harbour, the bridge is over 1km long and was built in 1932.
Port Jackson
This natural inlet was the first site of European colonisation in Australia.
The Rocks
Established shortly after Sydney's formation and now in the shadow of the harbour bridge, this neighbourhood has character in spades - and the city's oldest pubs.
Darling Harbour
Perfect for people-watching, dining by the water and admiring the city skyline.
Bondi Beach
Bondi is one of the world's most iconic beaches - expect sun, surfing and seafood.
Hyde Park
An oasis of calm in Sydney's busy city centre, famed for its fig-lined avenues.
St Mary's Cathedral
Situated next to Hyde Park, St. Mary's is the most important church in Sydney - it's also the longest in Australia.
Royal Botanical Gardens
Covering almost 75 acres, Sydney's are celebrated as some of the best botanical gardens in the world.
Mrs Macquarie's Chair
Offering spectacular views over Sydney Harbour, this 'chair' was carved from a large sandstone rock.
Kings Cross
A central district of Sydney famous for its liberal attitude to sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll.
Surry Hills
A leafy area of Sydney with a reputation for quirky bars, edgy street art and the best coffee in town.
Circular Quay
The main departure point for most of Sydney's ferries; see if you can spot the man with the didgeridoo.
Blue Mountains
Rising to the west of Sydney, this mountain range owes its distinctive blue sheen to the indigenous Eucalyptus trees.
Double Bay
'Double Bay, Double Pay' as the local saying goes - this wealthy suburb exhibits the sunny side of Sydney life.
Sydney Tower Eye
The tallest building in Sydney offers breathtaking 360 degree views of the city.
The Strand Arcade
This 19th century arcade is at the heart of downtown Sydney, and full of delightful boutique shops.
Harbour Cruise
Getting out on the water is the best way to see Sydney in all its glory.
Sydney Town Hall
Built from local sandstone, Sydney's ornate town hall is a magnificent civic building.
City Skyline
The city's iconic silhouettes are best viewed from across Darling Harbour, the North Shore or from a ferry cruise.
Coogee Beach
A quintessential example of Sydney's trademark long, wide, surfer-paradise beaches.
State Library of NSW
Officially the oldest library in Australia, with a grand exterior to match its distinction.
Featherdale Wildlife Park
Home to a comprehensive menagerie of native Australian wildlife, on the way to the Blue Mountains.
Cliff Drive
A scenic drive highlighting the beautiful scenery of the Blue Mountains.
Echo Point
A fantastic viewpoint in the Blue Mountains, looking out over the sandstone trio of the Three Sisters.
Leura
One of the small townships nestled within the Blue Mountains, Leura is a self-styled 'Garden Village.'
Katoomba
The main centre for those making daytrips to the Blue Mountains, with spectacular scenery on all sides.
Three Sisters
Three craggy sandstone outcrops form the Three Sisters: Meenhi, Wimlah and Gunnedoo.
The Rocks Discovery Museum
A museum charting the history of The Rocks from pre-European times to the modern day.
Cadmans Cottage
Sydney's oldest surviving residential building, one of the last remaining of the original colony.
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