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Tourist Places In Sydney

This major city of Australia is enriched with everything that one can expect from a vacation. Sydney attractions include beaches, museums, iconic landmarks, extensive shopping and nightlife options and a great waterfront scene.

Beaches in Sydney

Sydney is home to many beautiful beaches. From calm seashores perfect for snorkelling to raging waves ideal for surfing – all sorts of beaches are accessible from Sydney. Bond Beach is the best holiday destination in Sydney among beaches. The place is like a carnival studded with restaurants, cafes and beachfront bars. Bronte Beach is Bondi’s sister, with big waves for surfers, a rock pool for swimmers and a large green area for picnickers. Balmoral beach is along the scenic north shore of Sydney, visited for kayaking and paddleboarding in the calm waters. Watson Bay along the southern entrance to Sydney Harbour comes with enclosed baths and a brilliant view of the harbour front.

Wildlife in Sydney

Sydney is known for having one of the best collections of in-city wildlife places. Featherdale Wildlife Park is a partially free range zoo, where one can pet and feed the animals roaming around. This is a perfect place on the Sydney sightseeing tours for catching up with some kangaroos. The Centennial Park has a brilliant after-hours tour of the nocturnal animals under the spotlights. Taronga Zoo, on the shores of Sydney Harbour, protects and preserves more than 4000 animals, many of which are endangered or threatened. Sydney has two lovely marine zoos as well. The Manly Aquarium has a cute penguin display and an underwater tunnel to see sharks and turtles. Sea Life Sydney Aquarium is for even bigger marine displays – one can find like octopus and squids at large.

Here are the best Sydney places to visit for a tourist.

1. Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House and its iconic sails are the landmark structure of Sydney. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a place for the best live performances and Broadway show in Australia, Sydney Opera House is the best Sydney tourist attraction of all time.

2. Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge has always been the most fascinating Sydney point of interest, and even the construction of Opera House could not take that away. The magnificent structure, supported by double piers at both ends connects the north and south shores in a single curve rising 134 metres above the water. One can enjoy the view from the pedestrian walkways or take a ride in the BridgeClimb along the outer arch of the bridge for an adrenaline-fueled ride and a panoramic painting of the entire city.

3. Darling Harbour

Staying true to its name, this place is one of the most loved places for Sydney sightseeing. Popular among tourists, locals and expats alike, the Darling Harbour is home to Sydney’s Madame Tussaud’s, the Wildlife Sydney Zoo and the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Australian Maritime Museum, a playground and carousel carnival and the Chinese Garden of Friendship.

4. The Sydney Tower Eye

The Sydney Tower Eye rising 309 metres above ground is one of the greatest Sydney destinations. From the busy crowds of the Centrepoint shopping mall, Express lifts take visitors to the observation deck at the top floor or to the famous Skywalk – an alfresco glass for a platform for a panoramic bird’s eye view of the city.

5. The Rocks

A former residence of the Cadigal aboriginal people, The Rocks is a historic area located on a strip of land protruding into Sydney Harbour and a top tourist destination in Sydney. Later when colonization took over, this was the place where the convicts from all the other colonies were sent over, and they made their tents. The cobbled streets of The Rocks have numerous shops, restaurants, a weekend market, the Rocks Discover Museum and Sydney’s oldest surviving house – Cadman’s cottage.


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Luna Park In Sydney

Luna Park in Sydney is a park for enjoyment of people of all ages. The park offers pretty views of the Sydney Harbor. It comprises various rides which will give you an amazing and fun-filled experience. There are different rides for kids, children and adults. Luna Park’s entrance resembles the smiling face of a moon. This s...

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Hyde Park In Sydney

Hyde Park is the oldest park in Australia and is also very popular. The place covers a vast area of about 16 hectares and is located in the heart of Sydney. Hyde Park, Sydney is a lush green park where you spend time having a wonderful picnic with your loved ones or spend time roaming about the park, inhaling the fresh air ...

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Bondi Beach In Sydney

Bondi Beach in Sydney is considered among the best beaches in Sydney. Bondi Beach in Sydney is totally a must visit in Sydney for the beach lovers. The place is perfect for everyone from enthusiastic surfers to people who prefer sunbathing here. The beach offers the perfect romantic getaway for the honeymooners and offers a...

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Opera House In Sydney

Sydney Opera House in Sydney is regarded as one of the most iconic buildings in the whole world. It is a masterpiece with perfect architectural details. It is a famous venue for performing arts. The place resembles a rich culture of Australia and shapes future. There are many stories behind the Opera House being an inspirin...

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Taronga Zoo In Sydney

The Taronga Zoo is a major zoo of Australia which was founded originally by The Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales in 1884 at Billy goat swamp in Moore Park which was later shifted to the present location as an open range zoo in 1916 on 69 acres of land granted by the New South Wales government. The zoo is divided ...

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge has remained a major tourist attraction in the city of Sydney for over a century now. It is an arch steel bridge across the Sydney Harbour that was built in 1932. It was built under the direction of Dr. John Bradfield and designed by the British firm Dorman Long and Co. Ltd. The Sydney Harbour Bridge i...

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Manly Beach In Sydney

Manly Beach Sydney was named by Captain Arthur Phillip for the indigenous people who lived there. Manly Beach Australia is one of the most visited beaches in New South Wales and one of the northern beaches of Australia. Manly Beach Sydney Australia is divided into three sections, namely, Queenscliff, North Steyne, and South...

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Cockatoo Island In Sydney

Cockatoo Island is a UNESCO world heritage site and the largest island in the Sydney Harbour. Cockatoo Island Sydney was originally a fishing base that was used by the indigenous people of Australia. It was later occupied by Britain. For a period of time, Cockatoo Island Australia served as a convict penal establishment for...

  • Island Tours
  • Sightseeing
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Featherdale Wildlife Park In Sydney

Featherdale Wildlife Park is located in Doonside in Australia. It is one of the zoos that features the native wildlife specifically marsupials and reptiles. The zoo that is spread across 7 acres of land is owned by Charles and Marjorie Wigg and was earlier a poultry farm. It was then purchased in the year 1953. The land was...

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  • Nature
  • Wildlife

Madame Tussauds In Sydney

Madame Tussauds has been an iconic spot in Sydney and has been a popular tourist destination over the past years. It was established by Madame Tussauds many years ago after undergoing various hardships all through her life. The wax museum has appeared all over the world as the main attraction and established itself in Sydne...

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English is the official language of Australia and is spoken and understood by a majority of the population.

One can board trains, trams, buses and also hire taxis for commutation.

Australian Dollars (AUD), are accepted in Sydney.

Sydney has over 70 beaches and harbour coves for tourists to enjoy at.

Yes, there are many Indian restaurants in Sydney, offering delicious fare.

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