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Make Your Next Travel to Sydney More Special by Doing These Activities

November 22, 2017 |

Sydney is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia and the world. Most people have this on their travel bucket lists, so you must make the most of it when you finally reach the time that you will be able to visit the land down under for the first time.

In this article, we will discuss some places and activities that you should include in your itinerary to make your Sydney trip more memorable and special.

Sydney Opera House

What’s a first time trip to Sydney without visiting the famous Sydney Opera House. If you have a generous budget, then it is advisable to watch a music concert or opera performance. However, if you’re on a tight budget then you can take the standard tour to the Opera House. Plus, don’t forget to take a selfie with Sydney Opera House in your background!

Sydney Harbour

You will definitely enjoy the sight of Sydney Harbour’s 150 miles of shoreline and more than 30 square miles of water. It is breathtaking and surreal for sure.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Another famous landmark to visit and take a selfie is the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which stands next to the Opera House.

Royal Botanic Gardens

Considered as one of the oldest public gardens in the Southern Hemisphere, the Royal Botanic Gardens date back to 1810. You can take a picnic here and enjoy the picturesque view that will make you fall in love more with the place.

Bondi Beach

Do you love the beach? Then be sure to visit the popular Bondi beach. It is best known for its gnarly waves which makes it as one of the most favourite surfing destinations not only for Aussies but also for expats and tourists.

Bondi Icebergs Pool

While you’re in Bondi, be sure to experience Bondi Icebergs pool. It is one of the most photographed ocean pool in Australia. Take a plunge and feel like a professional swimmer while swimming in this 50-metre saltwater pool. It is also a popular sunbathing spot.

Hyde Park Barracks Museum

It is considered as one of the world’s most significant convict locations which is a UNESCO World heritage site.

Taronga Zoo

Australia can also be synonymous to wildlife since the country is famous for its wildlife. If you’re travelling from the south of the Bridge, it is recommendable to take a ferry and arrive at the entrance via Sky Safari cable car and see the giraffes, elephants, koalas, Komodo dragon, chimps and a lot more.

Sydney’s Fine Dining experience

Sydney is also well-known for its great dining experience. There are numerous restaurants that offer world-class cuisine so you must make sure to book one or two restaurants during your stay to experience fine dining the Aussie way. One of the most recommendable stop is Sokyo, Sydney’s top Japanese restaurant, and enjoy Chef Chase Kojima and his innovative take on contemporary flavour.

A trip in the land down under is definitely fun with many activities, great attractions and lovely cuisine. One trip is surely not enough but try to cover as many locations and activities that you could and if not possible, then you really need to come back for more.

Category: Travel Australia and New Zealand

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