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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 plenty of things to do in Sydney. 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 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 one of the must-do Sydney attractions, 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. Sydney day trips to the Royal National Park are always idyllic, 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 better prices, try a Sydney tour 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 for those wanting to keep costs low during their Sydney sightseeing.
    • 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 wondering what to do in Sydney outside of the city, 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 on your Sydney day tours. 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.

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