About Sydney

Sydney is not only a top Australian destination, but has been voted one of the TOP Cities on major Travel portals & travelers surveys as a Must city to visit, year after year Sydney is Australia’s most famous harbor city and the capital of New South Wales & one of the oldest European settlements in Australia. With so much on offer one can easily enjoy a Sydney holiday as a short stay or longer period and enjoy the attractions around Sydney Harbour, the city’s British style & European influenced architecture, the trendy beaches and inner-city precincts. Enjoy the day at the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains and the Six Foot Track bushwalk.

Activities in and around Sydney

Apart from the various activities in Sydney city, the waterfront, Circular quay, The Olympic village & activities one can also soak up Sydney’s gorgeous harbour, seductive outdoor lifestyle and great natural beauty. Hire a kayak under the Sydney Harbour Bridge or visit the Opera House, or enjoy a ferry ride across the harbour to Manly. Learn to surf at Bondi Beach or swim in the calm waters of Coogee. Travel in time at the cobblestone cul-de-sacs of The Rocks or in the markets; enjoy the boutiques, cafes and pub culture of Paddington. View the world-famous harbour and more than dozens of sparkling beaches, Sydney offers a huge variety of multicultural & traditional fabulous food varieties from around the world, many regional yearly festivals and a city, one can enjoy 24-7 full of fun.

Sydney Harbour National Park

Beyond its historic landmark buildings & graceful architecture, Sydney Harbour National Park shelters secluded beaches, picturesque islands and rare pockets of native bushland and greenery. People can enjoy Swims, family picnic and bushwalk along the spectacular foreshore or visit harbour islands on a ferry. Participate in sailing or kayaking, meet Aussie wildlife and discover ancient rock art and convict-built buildings. The harbour’s bays, parks and headlands are also natural features for some of Australia’s biggest events, from the world famous New Year’s Eve fireworks to the Annual Sydney to Hobart yacht race.

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach probably Australia's most famous beach and well-known worldwide attracting thousands of people on its beaches each day. The beach has been featured in many local and international movies & films, Television serials & in photo shoots with various countries media Bondi is a hot spot for beach enthusiasts they being from backpackers to billionaires, enjoying the golden sands of this wide, one-kilometre long city beach expanse to walk, laze around, jog, or just soak up the sun. Being so close to the city centre, Bondi Beach is one of Sydney’s busiest & most famous beaches. Year round one can enjoy activities on the beach.

Regional attractions near Sydney

Enjoy the regional areas around Sydney, and there are lots of places to visit in New South Wales and scenic journeys you can undertake from Sydney. Drive the Pacific Coast Touring Route north to Brisbane past the Hunter Valley the popular winery region, Port Stephens and bohemian Byron Bay. One may also travel to Melbourne driving past the pure white beaches of Jervis Bay & enjoying at the regional towns on the way. Sydney is famous for its beaches, the annual Yatch race, the markets, the showboat dinner experience, the Opera house, the Bridge & its famous climb, and not to forget the opulent Fireworks display to bring in the New Year, every year begins first from Sydney, for the world to watch and enjoy.