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Sydney - Top Tourist Attractions

Sydney is enigmatic at every turn. It is one of Australia’s biggest, oldest and most beautiful cities, which is why it’s no surprise that millions of tourists come to experience it each year. Sydney is a mix of the old and new, the traditional and modern, and it has something to please even the most discerning traveler. If you’re visiting the famous Australian city on your next holiday, make a pit stop to these top attractions in Sydney:

Sydney Opera House

Known as the city’s most iconic landmark, the Sydney Opera House dominates the city’s...

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Rising majestically 134-meters above the water, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the largest steel...

The Rocks

Taking its name from the rocky coast on Sydney Cove’s west side where convicts...

Harbor Cruises

Sydney is synonymous to its famous harbor and Circular Quay is the home of...

Darling Harbour

Perhaps there is no better place to experience local Sydney life than in beautiful...

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

If you ever find your way in Sydney, make sure to stop by the...

Queen Victoria Building

The Queen Victoria Building (QVB) is one of the top attractions in Sydney that...

The Sydney Tower Eye

What makes the Sydney tower eye one of the must-visit attractions in Sydney is...

Sydney Beaches

Are you excited about the best beaches you can visit in Sydney? To begin...

Sydney Taronga Zoo

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Art Gallery Of New South Wales

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Kings Cross, Sydney

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Sydney - Top Tourist Attractions

The Attractions Every Traveller Visiting Sydney Must Explore

Sydney is enigmatic at every turn. It is one of Australia’s biggest, oldest and most beautiful cities, which is why it’s no surprise that millions of tourists come to experience it each year.

Sydney is a mix of the old and new, the traditional and modern, and it has something to please even the most discerning traveler. If you’re visiting the famous Australian city on your next holiday, make a pit stop to these four attractions:

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Locals call it “coathanger” and it has been Sydney’s most famous landmark before the Sydney Opera House was constructed. Built-in 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the largest steel arch bridge in the world connecting the north and south shores and rising 134 meters above the water.

If you’re an adventure junkie, make sure to book the Sydney BridgeClimb package where you can enjoy sweeping views of Sydney after a 3.5-hour climb to the 135-meter high summit on the outer arch of the bridge.

If you’re not brave enough for that long climb, you can also go for the 1.5-hour Sampler Climb or the 2.25-hour Express Climb.

Sydney Opera House

You can’t talk about Sydney without imagining the Opera House. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the symbol of the city and the main attraction across its glittering harbor.

The Opera House is an iconic architectural piece that is home to theaters, exhibition rooms, studios, a concert hall, and a cinema. You can also enjoy it from the outside while eating at one of the restaurants nearby or while you’re on a harbor cruise.

You can also book the Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour to get a backstage pass to the history and most important parts of this iconic landmark in Sydney.

Harbor Cruise

Most of Sydney’s attractions center around Circular Quay, which was built by convict labor in Sydney Cove. A lot of locals flock to the city’s main ferry terminal during peak hours, but it’s also a popular attraction for tourists who want to enjoy the city’s beautiful waterfront.

But one of the best ways to really enjoy Sydney is through a harbor cruise that passes through some of the city’s most iconic landmarks including the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Ferries on Circular Quay also depart for prime spots around town like the Taronga Park Zoo, Manly and Watsons Bay.

The Rocks

Known as Australia’s site for the first European settlement, The Rocks sits on a piece of land into the Sydney Harbor that was once the home of the Gadigal aboriginal people. This area got its name from the rocky coast where convicts built their tents.

Today, The Rocks is home to more than 100 heritage sites including Cadman’s Cottage, the oldest surviving house in Sydney that was built in 1816. You should also visit the Rocks Discovery Museum that tells the story of this area in the city.

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Known as the city’s most iconic landmark, the Sydney Opera House dominates the city’s harbor with its distinctive white sails and unique architecture.Designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon, this multi-venue performance arts center became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. Today, it holds more than 1,500 performances each year attended by more than 1.5 million people.The Sydney Opera House is home to three resident companies, the Sydney Theater Company, Opera Australia and Sydney ... Read More

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Opera Performance at the Sydney Opera House

No trip to Sydney can be complete without witnessing a live performance in its most famous and Iconic building the Sydney Opera House, so prepare for the most impressive night you've ever had with an

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Rising majestically 134-meters above the water, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is the largest steel arch bridge in the world that connects the harbor’s north and south end on a single curve.It was the most popular attraction in Sydney before the Opera House was constructed, but it continues to be a must-visit for tourists visiting the city.Locals call the Sydney Harbour Bridge as “coathanger” and huge double piers support it at each end. Two railway lines and eight lanes run through... Read More

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SYDNEY & THE HARBOUR BRIDGE - 1 Hour Guided Motorcycle Tour

Book this high octane motorcycle tour to enjoy the vibrant lifestyle of Sydney's city centre. We'll pass through The Rocks, the oldest suburb of the city, Woolloomooloo and Kings Cross, the Harbour Br

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Taking its name from the rocky coast on Sydney Cove’s west side where convicts used to pitch their tents, The Rocks used to be the home of the Gadigal aboriginal people and later the site of the first European settlement in Australia.Today, this area on Sydney Harbour has more than 100 heritage sites that tourists can explore to learn more about the evolution of the city throughout the years.Cadman’s Cottage, the oldest surviving house in Sydney built-in 1816 is one of the most popul... Read More

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The Rocks Walking Tour: the Original Guided Walking Tour of The Rocks

The Rocks Walking Tour (est. 1978), is Sydney’s longest established walking tour and offers the ‘original’ guided walking tour of The Rocks! Tours depart daily at 10:30am and 1:30pm from a convenient

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Sydney is synonymous to its famous harbor and Circular Quay is the home of the city’s main ferry terminal where locals flock during peak hours. But this part of Sydney has turned into more than just a place for commuters to go to because Circular Quay is also becoming a top tourist attraction because of the harbor cruises that let tourists explore the best of Sydney’s beautiful waterfront setting. You can choose from different kinds of tours that let you enjoy the best of what the ha... Read More

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Cairns Luxury Catamaran Harbor and Dinner Cruise

Step aboard a luxury catamaran for 2.5-hours of cruising, dining, entertainment, and panoramic mountain and city views. Throughout the evening you will cruise the calm water inlet and waterfront preci

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Perhaps there is no better place to experience local Sydney life than in beautiful Darling Harbour. This tourist attraction is a favorite of both locals and tourists because it has everything that you could ever need to have a great time—restaurants, museums, entertainment venues and shops for everyone to enjoy.Some of the top spots on the harbor for visitors include Madame Tussaud’s Museum, the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, which has the largest collection of Australian marine creatures... Read More

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The Rocks & Darling Harbour With A Local: Private & Personalized

We’re nothing if not pragmatic, that’s why we’ve created an experience that takes you right to the heart of Sydney - Darling Harbor. With your local Sydney host by your side, you’ll explore the surrou

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If you ever find your way in Sydney, make sure to stop by the Royal Botanic Garden where you will learn more about science and plants while exploring its natural beauty.As one of the top attractions in Sydney, expect to see and do something new every time you visit.There are free guided walks from Monday to Friday, Dandy Lions every Thursday when children get to garden, craft, sing and play, colorful High Tea every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and other events throughout the week and the year.Ma... Read More

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Aboriginal Heritage Tour at the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Join your Aboriginal tour guide to learn about the Cadigal people – the traditional owners of the Sydney city area. Depending on the season you'll forage and eat Australian Bush Foods as you walk and

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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The Queen Victoria Building (QVB) is one of the top attractions in Sydney that is rich in history and architectural splendor. It features gorgeous stained-glass windows and the original 19th-century staircase.This late 19th-century heritage-listed building occupies an entire block on George Street. It houses over 180 jewelry shops, fashion boutiques, homewares, restaurants and cafes. This shopping center is the most popular and prestigious in Sydney.One of its iconic and dominant features is the... Read More

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Private Photography Tours,Relax and let us photograph you All HR photos included

Private and personalised 3-hour insider walking tour with a Professional Photographer & Tour guide. We plan our tour base on your request.Leave your camera at home Our professional photographer wi

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What makes the Sydney tower eye one of the must-visit attractions in Sydney is that it provides you with a bird's-eye view of the city. Enjoy the metropolitan sprawl and the view as far as the eye can see.The Sydney Tower Eye is the observation deck of the Sydney Tower which is the tallest structure in Sydney. It is also the southern hemisphere's second tallest observation tower, located 250 m above the streets of the city.The base of the tower has a shopping center, so you can do a bit of shopp... Read More

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Sydney Tower Eye

View Sydney in all its breathtaking glory from Sydney Tower Eye and the Observation Deck. At 309 meters (1000 feet) the Observation Deck is the highest viewing platform in the city, and boasts 360-deg

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Are you excited about the best beaches you can visit in Sydney? To begin with, there are quite a number of spots that range from tranquil bays to surfing beaches, as well as the well-kept secret beaches.That said, you never have to feel anxious about how to get to these marvelous destinations because most of them are accessible by public transport. Some you can take by bus or train, while others via ferry across the finest natural harbors in the city. Most of them would range from around 30-50 m... Read More

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Sydney Beaches Tour by Helicopter

Take a 30-minute tour of Sydney's beaches by helicopter - an exhilarating way to experience this exhilarating city! You'll see Sydney from the best vantage point there is as you fly by helicopter over

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

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Among the most exciting places to be when you are in Sydney is the wildlife. That is why Taronga Zoo is a perfect destination to be when in Sydney. In fact, the zoo is home to more than 4,000 animals, as well as endangered exotic and rare native wildlife.The transport from the city of Sydney is never a problem because it is within the proximity. From Taronga Zoo, you can see the magnificent Sydney Harbour, which is just a 12-minute ride by ferry.Most of all, you can visit the place all year roun... Read More

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Sydney Taronga Zoo General Entry Ticket

Get an up-close look at the animals of the world at Sydney Taronga Zoo — the zoo with a view! Situated on the foreshore of Sydney's magnificent harbor, Taronga Zoo has something for animal-lovers of a

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The grand art collections showcasing Asian, Australian, and European art can be found in one of the leading art museums in Australia. The Art Gallery of New South Wales holds significant art collections presenting around 40 exhibitions per year.A huge collection of exhibits, programs, and scholarship would definitely inspire art enthusiasts and visitors alike. When you reach Sydney, you will never have to worry about transport because it is just located at the Art Gallery Rd in NSW, which is acc... Read More

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Bespoke Off-the-Beaten-Path Tour of Inner Sydney

It’s not just the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge! A short way from Sydney’s iconic attractions are hidden gems that show both the history of our city and its contemporary sparkle. Here are some of

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If you have never been to Sydney before, one of the places to enjoy the nightlife is the inner-city locale known as The Kings Cross. It is also commonly known as The Cross, which has definitely evolved into a rich and vibrant lifestyle district.This is what you may consider the red light district of the city with small, trendy cafes on the fringes of The Cross attracting waves of different visitors. If you want to enjoy the fleshier side of life, this is the place to be.If you come to Sydney and... Read More

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Sydney, Bondi Beach, and Kings Cross Tour

The afternoon half day Downtown Sydney, Bondi and Kings Cross Tour is a perfect option for those who have a tight schedule or those who don’t wish to be on tour for a full day. This tour is a thorough

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