Sydney, one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world is a gracious city or in other words, a spectacular metropolis with so many wow factors, world-class locations, and beautiful, hidden underexplored locations. If you have plans for visiting and exploring this true paradise, I can help you with some suggestions that would be helpful on the road.
Sydney Harbour can be categorised as one of the most visited or highly explored places in Sydney since it is home to the iconic Sydney landmarks such as Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Cruising restaurants in the harbour never failed to give the best view of these man-made marvels and a unique cruising experience. Spot a premium glassboat vessel offering 360° uninterrupted harbour views, reserved individual tables, and restaurant quality dining experience. Get on board a Sydney dinner cruise and enjoy freshly prepared seafood and meat inspired signature menu. Club them along with beers, house wines, sparklings, and soft drinks available from the fully licensed bar on board. Enjoy the unlimited harbour views from your seat itself since every seat can serve the purpose of a window seat. Click some amazing photographs in the picture-perfect background and share it with your family and friends. Relish in the best ever Sydney Harbour cruise with dinner and premium views.
White Rabbit Gallery
The White Rabbit Gallery is recognised as one of the world’s most extensive art collection centres located near Sydney Central Station, opened in 2009 solely dedicated to the works of the 21st century. We can enjoy the world’s most significant contemporary Chinese Art collections from there. It has more than 3000 works by almost 750 artists. We can see artworks that depict how the Chinese economic reforms caused melancholy in the past, present, and future of its people, impact of the popular western culture in the lives of every Chinese person, and the explicit idea of ambivalence. It is a privately owned and operated gallery showcasing the creative energy, potential, the technological acceleration, and quality of art in China and Taiwan. You can even have a glass of delicately flavoured Chinese and Taiwanese teas, dumplings, or coffee while exploring their art and culture.
Rose Seidler House
Have you ever been to this heritage-listed former residence and a house museum? It is located in the Clissold Road in the Sydney suburb of Wahroonga in New South Wales. The house was recognised as ‘the most talked house in Sydney’ during the 1950s. You can have a great view of the panoramic vistas of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, an ideal school excursion spot where you can see rainforests, coastline, and even an ample view of the Hawkesbury River. The house still stands out because of its revolutionary design, and is hailed as one of the ultimate examples of mid 20th century modernist movement in Australia.
The Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains is a rugged mountainous region known for its sandstone tablelands, valleys, waterfalls, and rainforests. Hire a car and explore what the Blue Mountains offer. It is located just 50kms to the west of Sydney city encompassing steep cliffs and villages with guest houses and gardens. Get ready with your camera and click some amazing photographs in the lush green background. Stop by the Three Sisters Rock, one of the main tourist destinations in New South Wales and main reasons people visit the Blue Mountains. You will also be able to view the oldest open cave, the Jenolan Caves. The Lucas cave in the Blue Mountains has a Cathedral chamber that is wide and high enough. If you ever fancy kissing your partner or getting married in a cave, give it a go.