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Sydney Attractions That You Should Have On Your Bucket List

Monday, February 13, 2017 22:46
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The city of Sydney is the largest and oldest city in Australia. There are many amazing Sydney attractions that people from all over the world travel to see each and every year. If you are planning a trip to Sydney soon, you could be asking yourself “what to do in Sydney during my trip?” To make planning your trip less stressful, here are some of the best things to do in Sydney.

 

1. The Beaches

 

Sydney is known for its beaches. Around the harbour, there are many sheltered coves of sand and calm waters. Bondi Beach is the most iconic of the beaches and is under a 15-minute drive from Sydney. The beach is known for its great surfing, cafes, and the cosmopolitan vibe.

 

Manly beach is another popular option and is just a 30-minute ferry ride. There are many shops, cafes, and restaurants in the area. If you want to surf, the best beaches are Dee Why, Narrabeen, and Collaroy. At these beaches, make sure that you are staying within the red and yellow flags if you are swimming. During the summer, there are volunteer lifeguards patrolling and giving lessons. Some of the best lifesaving competitions also take place on these beaches, along with surfing competitions.

 

2. Sydney Opera House

 

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic sights of the city and is a World Heritage Site. The building is designed to look like sails or shells. It can be seen from many buildings around the waterfront. The area around the Sydney Opera House has cafes and shops.

 

There are guided tours that you can take inside. These tours will cover the studios, cinema, concert hall, theatres and the exhibition rooms. The tours start every half hour during open hours.

 

3. Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is a popular spot for both locals and tourists. The area has many restaurants, shops, entertainment venues, exhibitions, and museums. This is where the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and Wild Life Sydney Zoo are located. If you want a quiet place to relax, you can stop by the Chinese Garden of Friendship. The garden is home to ponds filled with koi fish, and you can enjoy tea under the willow trees.

 

4. The Rocks

 

The Rocks is a piece land that protrudes into the Sydney Harbour. The area is a historic site, and it was the first European settlement on Australia. The Rocks’ name comes from the coast on the west side of the cove. The cove was where the first settlers and convicts pitched tents. There are over a 100 heritage buildings and sites on the streets.

 

There are museums, art galleries, shops, market stalls and cafes that you can enjoy. There are also many guided tours of The Rocks, which also include a ghost tour.

 

There many things to do in Sydney, so you should take time to explore the city. You should keep in mind that many people visit Sydney attractions year round, so they can be crowded.

 

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