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Home to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, Australia’s most-visited destination is where sun, surf, sand, and city merge. In a city where lifestyle rules, it’s no surprise that sun-kissed Sydney locals know how to have a good time. A few “bevvies”, beach barbeques, and a spot of family cricket in one of the many local parks are considered an ideal city day. Sydney offers much more than just a laidback lifestyle, though. World-class theatres, museums and a fast-paced gourmet scene mean there’s always something to do and see here. While a stomp beyond the major tourist haunts of Darling Harbour and Bondi beach reveals an edgier Sydney, with urban playgrounds like Surrey Hills and Darlinghurst offering a place where cultures collide, bars and entertainers pop-up, and creative scenes thrive. Move over Melbourne, Sydney’s café culture, laidback-luxe fashion and curious nightlife, among its many other iconic attractions leaves no visitor wanting for more.

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Things to do in Sydney

  • Our tips for Sydney

    Our tips for Sydney
    • BYO, always. Bringing your own beverages is a celebrated and much-loved custom available in most Sydney restaurants. Even licensed venues won’t bat an eyelid! Save yourself some considerable dough by bringing your own alcohol to lunch and dinners. Winning!
    • Go north. Bondi beach may be pegged the world over, but for a truly amazing coastal experience, head to the Northern beaches. Ferries are cheap and run often between Circular Quay and Manly beach, the best spot for busy day-trippers.
    • Spot a kangaroo. Sydney’s vast nature reserves are one of its greatest selling points, with untamed wildlife and native scenery just a stone’s throw from the city centre. Get to the Royal National Park and we’re almost certain you’ll come across a kangaroo or two.
  • Good to know

    Good to know
    Best Time To Visit Christmas through to late January is boom time for Sydney, coinciding with the summer months, festive season, and the school holidays. For less people and less costly prices, try a trip just outside the summer months when sunshine is ever-present but not overbearing. In a city like this though, there’s no wrong time to visit.
    Getting Around Scooting around Sydney has never been so easy with these travel tips to navigate.
    • One of this city’s rare faults is the lack of a working metro system. Although inconvenient, trains and buses cover the lack of a faster subway, and both are relatively affordable.
    • If you can, avoid driving in Sydney’s city centre. A one-way road system, expensive parking, and no-holds-barred traffic controllers make this a nail-biting experience for even the most savvy of drivers.
    • For those looking to explore further afield, express trains from Sydney’s Central Station run often, and are relatively inexpensive.
    Stay Safe Sydney is a relatively safe city, but it’s always best to play it safe when travelling to a new destination. Keep these precautions in tow so your trip can go off without a hitch…
    • Keep your valuables close and only carry small change. Tourist-prone areas are where pickpockets operate.
    • A visit to Sydney isn’t complete without trips to the beach. Beware of the oceans powerful rips and undercurrents and swim at patrolled beaches, between the lifeguard’s flags.
    • Dial 000 for assistance in emergencies.