Are you looking for what to do in Sydney?
The most popular sights to see in Sydney are pretty famous the world over. Here is a rough guide to them:Must Visit Places in Sydney:
- Sydney Harbour Bridge: A grand and iconic structure and one of the most majestic bridges in the world is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Lovingly known as “The Coathanger”, it is an arched steel bridge which forms the backbone of conveyance between the North Shore and the District of Sydney Central Business.
- Sydney Opera House: The Sydney Opera House is famous for its architecture as well as for being one of the largest concert hosting buildings of the world. It bears the signature shell work of the exterior which makes it an iconic structure. But it is not just beautiful; it serves its purpose too and how!
- The Rocks: A key international tourist location of Sydney is “The Rocks”, found along the shore of southern Sydney. The Bradfield Highway of Sydney is lined and bordered by the Rocks, and it extends up to the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
- Port Jackson: Port Jackson is one of the world’s finest natural harbors and the principal port of New South Wales, Australia.
- Bondi Beach: Great beach for suring, sunbathing, dolphin watching.
- Darling Harbour: Largest amusement and entertainment centre
- Vaucluse House: A classic structure belonging to the Gothic Revival era
- Sydney Aquarium: The Sydney Aquarium is situated in Sydney in the northern frontier of the Pyrmont Bridge. It features continental variations of marine wildlife and innumerable species of fishes and marine vegetation of Australia.
- Wildlife Sydney Zoo:
- Taronga Zoo: One of the most popular zoos in the country with 350 species of animals.
- Luna Park Sydney: The Luna Park is a well known and much visited recreational park in Sydney. It is situated upon the north coast of the Sydney Harbour.
- Urban Jungle Adventure Park: The park features an array of adventures and games using high ropes attached to trees as well as other structures.
- Powerhouse Museum: This museum houses a varied collection that covers science, technology, design and decorative arts, engineering, architecture, health and medicine, fashion and contemporary culture.
- Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens: One of the most famous botanical gardens of the world, located just a walk away from the Opera house.
- Featherdale Wildlife Park: Cuddle up to a Koala and hand feed Kangaroos and Wallabies
- Sydney Jewish Museum:The artefacts of the museum reveal the description of the lives and cultures of the early Jews who had immigrated to Australia
- Discovery Museum:A speciality museum housing artefacts, facades and objects of historical importance regarding the culture and community habitat around the region of the Rocks.
- Museum of Sydney: A museum potraying the history of colonial times of Sydney
- Art Gallery Of New South Wales: This place is perfect if you want the total art experience and want to be educated about every aspect of art.
- Museum Of Contemporary Art: This museum is dedicated to exhibiting, interpreting and collecting the contemporary art from across the Australian continent.
- Manly Beach: Exclusive viewpoint and a popualar hangout in the evenings.
- Sydney Tower Eye: Second tallest building in Australia and a terrific observation tower.
- Sydney The Gap: Enjoy the stunning views of Southern Peninsula of the continent over the Watsons Bay.
- Sydney Cove: Sydney Cove is a small bay that lies on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour in Sydney.
- Shelly Beach: Shelly Beach is part of a protected marine reserve that lies adjacent to North Head and Fairy Bower:
- Cronulla Beach Walk: The Cronulla Beach Walk is one of the most luxurious coastal walks of Australia, which covers almost the entire length of Sydney’s Coastline
- Bronte Beach: Perfect for a family outing, this beach has a sheltered natural pool thanks to its shape of the rocks
- Mrs. Macquarie's Chair: This historic chair was carved out of a rock ledge and was dedicated to Governor Lachlan Macquarie's wife, Elizabeth
- Cuckatoo Island: While you are standing on this island, you can enjoy the sweeping harbor views.
- Chinese Garden of Friendship Sydney: Designed on the lines of Chinese garden of Ming dynasty, located on the darling Harbour.
- Sydney Markets: A visit to these markets is a must for sampling the local food and products.
- Paddy's Markets: If you are a shopper then you can try Oxford Street in Paddington (‘Paddo’) or the Paddington market, open mainly on Saturdays from 10am.
- Westfield Sydney: Being a visitor in Sydney, you would like to sample some of the brands that Australia is famous for and this mall remains a perfect place to collect those.
There is so much to see and do in Sydney, you are sure to be spoilt for choice.
Below we have a list of things to do in Sydney and the places where you want to spend the best moments of your trip. At the same time, the city offers you the best neighborhoods to explore and new foods to try.
This list should help you in deciding and prioritizing what you should plan on your Sydney getaway. Find a mix of must-see tourist spots, underrated local hangouts, and maybe even a few new experiences you can try out.
Make the most of your trip to Sydney with confidence.