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Sydney Attractions Tickets

Home to the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, Australia’s most-visited destination is where sun, surf, sand, and city merge. Sydney attraction tickets and tours offer a glimpse into the city’s class theatres, museums and a fast-paced gourmet scene with plenty of touristy things. 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. Explore Sydney’s tourist attractions, café culture, laidback-luxe fashion and curious nightlife, and we bet it will leave you wanting more.
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Our tips for Sydney

  • BYO, always. Bringing your own beverages is a celebrated and much-loved custom available in most Sydney restaurants where even licensed venues won’t bat an eyelid! Save yourself some considerable dough by bringing your own alcohol to lunch and dinners.
  • Go north. Bondi beach may be one of the must-do tours in Sydney, 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 are almost certain that you’ll come across a kangaroo or two.
  • Stay safe. Keep your valuables close and only carry small changes on your Sydney day tours. Crowded areas are where pickpockets operate. Dial 000 for assistance in emergencies.
  • Beach, please. From Bondi to Manly, Coogee, and Cronulla, you can have endless fun on the beaches of Sydney. However, beware of the ocean’s powerful rips and undercurrents and swim at patrolled beaches, between the lifeguards’ flags.

Good to know

Located on the east coast of Australia, the coastal metropolis is the capital city of New South Wales. Sydney is 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.
Made up of 658 suburbs, Sydney surrounds Sydney Harbour and is home to over 66% of the state’s population. It has also earned the nicknames ‘Harbour City’ and the ‘Emerald City.’ Sydney is one of the most expensive cities in the world and its inhabitants are known as ‘Sydneysiders.’ The Sydney Harbour Bridge is the longest of the steel arch bridges in the world and the Sydney Tower is the second-highest observation tower in the Southern hemisphere.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: What is the best time to visit Sydney?
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    Sydney is a coastal region that makes it ideal for visiting throughout the year. However, we recommend visiting it in the Spring which lasts from November to March. The weather is pleasant and the time coincides with several festivals as well as events in Sydney.

  • Q: How do I get around Sydney?
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    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. The train is over 30% cheaper than other forms of transportation to get in and around Sydney. You can also take a ferry to go to nearby hotspots. Additionally, you can also use ride-sharing apps like Ola or Uber for discounts on cab fares.

  • Q: What are the key things to do in Sydney?
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    When in Sydney, a visit to the architectural marvel – the Sydney Opera House is a must. For a relaxing day trip, you can visit the Blue Mountains or Bondi Beach. If you are short on time and want to cover all major Sydney attractions, book a Sydney Hop-On Hop-Off bus tour or a Boat Cruise tour.

  • Q: How do I save money on Sydney sightseeing?
    A:

    You can save extra bucks by booking self-guided tours of major hotspots like the Rocks and the Blue Mountains. You can also buy the IVenture Sydney Unlimited Attraction Pass to enjoy sightseeing and massive discounts, even on Hop-On Hop-Off tours.

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