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  • Sydney Harbour

    Sydney Harbour

    The Sydney Harbor is one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world. In the presence of ethereal beauty at the Sydney Harbor, you have the opportunity to click magnificent picture of the lit up city during the evening. The Harbor is one of the liveliest places to be ...

  • Sydney Opera House

    Sydney Opera House

    A marvel and feat of great engineering and architecture, the Sydney Opera house is in fact one of the most distinct 20th century buildings in the world. Synonymous with Australia, the Opera House is located on the eastern headland of Circular Quay and is renowned throughout the world for its ...

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  • Darling Harbor

    Darling Harbor

    From the Sydney city center, it takes just 10 minutes to reach the waterfront precinct of Darling Harbor – one of Sydney’s largest and most happening dining, shopping and entertainment precincts. From being an industrial wharf, Darling Harbor has developed into a major tourist precinct.

    The harbor is ...

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  • Bondi Beach

    Bondi Beach

    Bondi beach attracts thousands of visitors every year owing to its warm waters and plethora of activities that it has on offer. The golden sands and the excellent surf here make it one of the best beaches in Australia and in fact, in the world. From taking surfing lessons to ...

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  • The Rocks

    The Rocks

    A silent whiff of history, an echo of the past culture and traditions and the memories of bygone years greet you in the precinct of The Rocks. Explore the cobbled laneways, sandstone buildings and the oldest pubs of Australia. Some of the must visit places in The Rocks include Sydney ...

  • Taronga Zoo

    Taronga Zoo

    Children love it; adults themselves become child-like – that’s what the Taronga Zoo does to you. Home to various species exotic animals, the Taronga Zoo is a part of the itinerary of every tourist visiting Sydney.

    At the zoo, meet Australia’s famous furry critters, watch the chimpanzees in ...

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  • Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race

    Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race

    Exciting, thrilling and electrifying – a few words to describe the Sydney to Hobart Yacht race! The race begins on the Boxing Day (December 26) and ends with the celebrations on New Year’s Eve in Hobart. Observe and participate in the cheerful and lusty cries of the spectators egging on ...

  • Crave Sydney International Food Festival

    Crave Sydney International Food Festival

    For the food enthusiasts, this festival is like a dream come true. Held in the month of October, the city’s parks come alive with bright lights and tantalizing aroma of delicious cuisines from an array of famous restaurants of Sydney. The day time itinerary includes food eating contests and special ...

  • Sydney Festival

    Sydney Festival

    The Sydney Festival, like a magic spell, changes Sydney into a city of opulent celebrations and fervent activities. The festival is held in the month of January and lasts for three exhilarating weeks! The festival is marked by lively performances and concerts, burlesque acts, contemporary dance, theatre and symphony orchestras. ...

  • Tropfest


    Something for the movie buffs! Held in the month of February at the Domain Parklands, the festival showcases an assortment of short films. And it is quite romantic too.

    Pack a picnic basket and a bottle of wine to settle down at the Domain for a night ...

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  • Manly Beach

    Manly Beach

    Discover the pure ecstasy of playing in nature’s lap – a lap full of white gleaming sand and blue and sometimes turquoise waters! Welcome to Manly Beach, one of the most popular seaside locations in Sydney.

    Swimming, kayaking, surfing, boating – these are just some of the ...

  • Bronte Beach

    Bronte Beach

    One of the smaller beaches in Sydney, Bronte beach is loved by tourists and locals alike. Walks along the scenic coast, swimming and surfing are just some of the things you can do here.

    A 30 metre ocean pool at the end of the beach is another reason ...

  • Luna Park

    Luna Park

    Unlimited moments of fun await you at the Luna Park Sydney. Providing entertainment for the entire family since 1935, this amusement park has loads to offer for all age groups. While you are here, don’t miss a concert at the Big Top, enjoy fine dining at The Deck or head ...

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  • Sydney Tower

    Sydney Tower

    With a height of 309 metres, the Sydney Tower is the tallest free-standing structure in Sydney. It is also the second tallest free-standing structure in Australia. Catch breathtaking 360 degree views of Australia as you head out to the Skywalk and Observation Deck. Don’t forget to catch the 4D cinema ...

  • St. Mary’s Cathedral

    St. Mary’s Cathedral

    Enjoying a prime location right in the centre of Sydney, St. Mary’s Cathedral is symbolic of the origins of the Catholic Church in Australia. The Cathedral also presents one of the finest examples of Gothic Revival architecture.

    The yellow-clock sandstone exterior and façade, majestic arches of the ...

  • Royal Botanic Gardens

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    Out of the three main botanical gardens of Sydney that are open to public, Royal Botanic Gardens are the most central. Spreading over an area of 36 hectares, they boast of some of the rarest species of fauna.

    Just a short walk from Sydney Opera House, these gardens ...

  • Parramatta


    A suburb in Greater Western Sydney, Parramatta makes for a great getaway from the city. It is popular for its colonial style buildings and has a number of accommodation and entertainment options for tourists. Some highlights include Parramatta Park, Elizabeth Farm and Experimental Museum.

    Also, don’t miss ...

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  • Mrs Macquarie's Chair

    Mrs Macquarie's Chair

    Mrs Macquarie's Chair is, without doubt, one of the best vantage points in the city. It is a major point of interest for both tourists and locals. This historic chair was cut out of a sandstone rock for Governor Lachlan Macquarie's wife to enjoy panoramic views of the Harbor. It ...

  • Circular Quay

    Circular Quay

    The commuting and recreational hub of Sydney Harbour, Circular Quay is full of restaurants, parks and walkways. The walkways will lead you to some of the most popular attractions of Sydney like the Opera House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Harbour Bridge and the Rocks.

    The vibrant Circular Quay ...

  • ANZAC War Memorial

    ANZAC War Memorial

    This State War Memorial is dedicated to all Australians who served in the country at the time of war. Hall of Memory, Well of Contemplation, Hall of Silence and the Flame Room are some highlights of the memorial.

    ANZAC War Memorial is also an architectural masterpiece and is ...

  • Australian Museum

    Australian Museum

    For those who appreciate history, this is the place to be! Boasting of a vast collection of items related to natural history, Australia's National Museum is the oldest museum in Australia. Also referred to as Sydney Museum and Colonial Museum, this grand structure was established in the year 1827 and ...

  • Australian National Maritime Museum

    Australian National Maritime Museum

    Visit Australian National Maritime Museum to know all about Australia’s history. With thousands of exhibits on display, the museum gives interesting insights into the history of the island continent.

    Britannia, a classic 18-foot skiff built in 1919, a figurehead of Admiral Lord Nelson from an 1814 British ...

  • Sydney Aquarium

    Sydney Aquarium

    Sydney Aquarium is one of the top most attractions in the city and attracts millions of tourists. Spot some of the most exotic species of marine life here, including the world’s largest variety of rays and sharks.

    From penguins and sea dragons to turtles and crabs, find them ...

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  • Koala Park Sanctuary

    Koala Park Sanctuary

    Koala Park Sanctuary welcomes you with koalas, beautiful peacocks, the famous Australian kangaroo, Emus, Rainbow Lorrikeet and more. However, the collection of koalas here is the most fascinating and promises a wonderful time for kids. Opting for a group tour is a good way to explore the park and the ...

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  • Royal National Park

    Royal National Park

    Just 25 kilometres from Sydney, Royal National Park is also known as the 'Nasho' and makes for a great getaway and picnic spot. It is the second oldest national park in the world and a paradise for nature lovers.

    Enjoy camping by the water at Port Hacking or ...

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  • Wildlife Sydney Zoo

    Wildlife Sydney Zoo

    Are you ready for the Australian animal adventure? Head to the Wildlife Sydney Zoo and explore the iconic wildlife of Australia like never before. Rex, the huge 5 metre crocodile, awaits you in Kakadu Gorge and many cute koalas at Koala Encounters.

    A visit to the Kangaroo ...

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  • Featherdale Wildlife Park

    Featherdale Wildlife Park

    Wildlife, picnics, shopping and adventure - Featherdale Wildlife Park has unlimited fun moments in store for you and your kids. While you are here, be prepared for a unique journey which will take you through the best of Australian wildlife.

    Hand feed the kangaroos and wallabies, enjoy ...

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  • Australian Reptile Park

    Australian Reptile Park

    Australian Reptile Park is also called the Hands-on Zoo and rightly so. There are a number of interactive sessions with the animals and exciting wildlife shows to make your experience a memorable one. Encounter the endangered Tasmanian devil and take one of the Behind The Scenes tours to visit the ...

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  • Symbio Wildlife Park

    Symbio Wildlife Park

    Symbio Wildlife Park is a delight for visitors of all ages. Be prepared for some Behind The Scene Encounters with red pandas, koalas and meerkats. At the Symbio Wildlife Park. Interact with the animals and get to know all about them from the trained zookeepers here. If you are a ...

  • Hyde Park

    Hyde Park

    Discover many exotic varieties of fauna at Australia’s oldest park, Hyde Park. It is divided by Park Street into the southern and northern sections. While the former boasts of the pool of reflection and many beautiful monuments and statues, the latter is famous for the Archibald Fountain and many themed ...

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  • Art Gallery of NSW

    Art Gallery of NSW

    Art gallery of NSW houses a fine collection of modern and contemporary 19-th century Australian works and some Asian and European works. Take a guided tour through the gallery or explore the gallery on your own (with an audio tour). Some Australian artists whose paintings are on display here are ...

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  • Festival of the Winds

    Festival of the Winds

    Looking for some family fun? Head to the Kite Festival at Bondi Beach and take home memories of a lifetime. Truly the most colourful festival of Sydney, it offers great entertainment for everyone.

    There is food, music, dance, fun rides, art and craft exhibitions, African drum performances and ...