Sydney, one of the oldest and busiest cities in the world, is often recognised as a wonderland with thousands of hidden places that offer amazing views and some interesting beautiful stories and myths. If you have never been to this amazing stretch of land embraced by both land and water, I should say that you missed an opportunity to experience the Australian charm and splendid view it offers. The land is multicultural, multilingual, and multiethnic. Here goes the names of some amazing tourist destinations around Sydney, to assist you in the plan for an amazing leisure trip to Australia with family and friends.
Sydney, the capital of New South Wales is quite popular particularly in the name of its harbour views. Do you know what is all in the harbour that causes a rush in tourist visits? Sydney Harbour, its land, sky, and sea are the custodians of all the man-made wonders in the harbour. I can suggest a great idea if you are looking for a sightseeing opportunity around the harbour marvels. Get on board a dinner cruise in Sydney Harbour and spend almost 3 hour enjoying the splendid views and amazing dinner. Let it be an authentic paddle wheeler with a show, or a luxury ultra-modern catamaran with panoramic windows, or even a fully transparent glass boat that can offer unobstructed views. Choose what works the best for your pocket. You can enjoy a 3 course seated and served menu, signature menu, or a multi-cuisine buffet menu along with a selection of Australian soft drinks and beverages according to the vessel you choose to be in. Apart from these, all Sydney Harbour cruises offer prime views of the harbour wonders like Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Luna Park, etc. and an opportunity to snap some amazing photographs in the picturesque location filled with joy. Hop aboard the best dinner cruise in Sydney Harbour and spend an ordinary day to be an extraordinary one.
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House, the architectural miracle that is embraced by water, is one among the popular tourist destinations in Sydney. You can spot Opera House just to the right of Circular Quay, Sydney version of a grand central station. This man-made architectural wonder is now identified as one of the iconic landmarks in Sydney. Remember, your trip won't attain closure unless you visit this gem on the harbour. You can simply watch and enter without even a ticket or tuxedo. Visit and explore this incredible architectural wonder glittering along with the youthful vitality of water.
Royal Botanic Garden
Royal Botanic Garden in the gracious city of Sydney is one of the oldest botanical gardens in Australia. The garden can be spotted on the site of Sydney’s first farm, built around 1816 and now has a great number of rainforest plants, herbs, ferns, orchids, and towering trees in the area. Royal Botanic Garden will be a paradise if you are in search of a peaceful place with amazing views and gentle atmosphere, without any outside hustle and noisy disturbances. There are many sites solely dedicated to a particular family and species. You can also catch sight of government houses and art galleries from the sides.
You can head to Bondi Beach, one of the popular and Australia's iconic beaches when it is time to cool off a bit. Feel the golden sand in your toes. Walk or jog along the way and try to capture its dramatic scenery. Bondi Beach and the surrounding suburb has many heritage-listed sites such as Bondi Beach Post Office and Bondi Beach Cultural Landscape. The beach in particular is about 1km and located in the east of Sydney central business district. Try to visit during the months between March to May or September to November so that you can watch dolphins and Humpback Whales during their annual migration.