The capital city of Sydney is a vibrant place that is filled with spacious roads, world class restaurants, excellent shopping and exciting nightlife entertainment, all surrounded by lush parkland gardens. When you stay in Sydney there are so many different tourist attractions that there is sure to be something for everyone. Some people like the relaxed atmosphere of the Botanic Gardens or a boat ride on the beautiful Sydney Harbour, whilst others prefer the nightlife at Star City Casino, shopping in the CBD and the many restaurants in the Rocks, Darling Harbour and Oxford Street.
Below is a list of the most popular tourist attractions in Sydney:
The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge was completed in 1932 and has over the years become a world renown symbol for not only Sydney but also Australia. The bridge itself is over 1 kilometre long and the main arch over the Sydney Harbour is 503 metres. Travellers can take a scenic walk over the bridge from ..... Read More Details
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous tourist attractions in the world and definitely the most well known attraction within Sydney. Ideally positioned in Circular Quay the Opera House is just a short walk from the city centre and overlooks the beautiful Sydney harbour and bridge, which makes ..... Read More Details
The Sealife Sydney Aquarium is a popular and easy to get to family tourist attraction in Sydney. It is conveniently situated around the waters of Darling Harbour on the western side of the Sydney CBD. To get to the Sydney Aquarium you can either walk from the Town Hall or Wynyard train stations, catch ..... Read More Details
A favourite and very popular attraction in Sydney for both locals residents and tourists is Luna Park. Visitors to this iconic amusement park enter through the now famous clown's mouth and once inside they will find a a huge variety of amusements and rides that will keep adults and kids of all ages entertained ..... Read More Details
The township of Katoomba is ideally nestled in the heart of the Blue Mountains National Park and is a popular tourist destination for international travellers as well as local Sydney residents. There are a number of tour operators who can take you on guided tours of the Blue Mountains, or alternatively ..... Read More Details