Sydney is one of the world’s most popular city to visit and live in. Hayley has written about some of the stunning sights for you to read and enjoy. Some of the places written about are iconic landmarks and some are must do attractions for you to enjoy the sights of Sydney.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
As one of Sydney’s iconic landmarks and standing at 134 metres high the Harbour Bridge is just beautiful. Whether you see it from a distance or take the challenge of climbing the bridge, you’ll never forget it. If you do feel like climbing the bridge, this will be an experience that you will remember forever. If you climb the bridge at sunset you will see some incredible views of the sun setting over this stunning city.
Sydney Opera House
Home to some 1600 performances a year, Sydney Opera House has to be the ultimate landmark in Sydney. With it’s beautiful modern architecture, this is a sight that you will not forget in a hurry. This is one of the worlds most creative and busiest performing arts centre. Discover the stories behind this building by hopping on one of the daily tours. You will discover the history of the building and see some of the spectacular interiors surrounding some of the theatres and venues.
For a unique shopping experience Market City is the place to go. Situated right in the heart of Chinatown, Market City has all the choice you would expect from a shopping centre. Buzzing with life and character of Asia, you’ll be surrounded by great bargains. It’s definitely what’s inside that makes Market City unique.
Set in Vaulcluse in the eastern suburbs of Sydney is Nielson Park. This is one of Sydney’s popular year-round areas with Shark Beach and stunning views of the harbour. There are three large sheltered picnic areas for you to enjoy your food whilst taking in the picturesque surroundings.
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo
Just a short stroll away from the city centre is Darling Harbour where WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is situated. Here you’ll see some of those beautiful native creatures, from Koalas to Kangaroos. The zoo is also home to Rex, the world’s biggest crocodile. Enjoy a day at this zoo and you could always tie it in with Aquarium which is right next door.
Iconic Sydney by Helicopter
For the ultimate top thing to do whilst in Sydney, a helicopter tour is surely at the top of the list. With the landmarks that make Sydney one of the most beautiful cities in the world imagine seeing it from above. Another experience you will remember forever especially with those unforgettable sights, and a fantastic way to see the stunning sights of Sydney.
EcoTreasures is a tourism company who provide tours of Sydney’s Northern beaches. Some of these beaches are natural Sydney locations and some of the best places to surf. There is lots to learn on these tours from culture, to native bush medicines to different foods. Some of the tours include Stand-up paddle boarding. EcoTreasures also offers a two day Sydney wildlife camping tour of Ku-ring-gai Chase which is one of Australia’s second oldest national park.
Whale watching season runs from May to November. What a perfect way to see these stunning animals in their natural habitat. Botany Bay National Park has a public viewing platform and is one of the best places in Sydney to watch the whales from. There are different tours for you to choose from to whale watch, from walking to trails to going on a boat. This is definitely something to do whilst visiting Sydney.