Discover the Best of Sydney at These World-class Tourist Destinations

Discover the Best of Sydney at These World-class Tourist Destinations


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Travelling to Sydney? Don’t miss these amazing activities and destinations to experience this coastal city at its best.

Sydney is Australia’s largest metropolitan city and happens to be one of the most visited cities in the world. The city is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant vibes and the world-class monuments including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. But that’s not all to what the city has to offer you. If you’re travelling to Sydney in near future, here are some exciting things you shouldn’t miss.

Sydney Harbour Lunch Cruise

Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour
Captain Cook Cruises Sydney Harbour -

The iconic Sydney Harbour with its most well-known and distinctive monuments including the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Luna Park and other landmarks, is an amazing tourist destination that cannot be missed. Although many of you may not have enough time or interest to visit each one of these destinations at the harbour, here’s one way to cover all these locations within a short period.  

Hop on board a lunch cruise at the harbour to enjoy a lavish sightseeing and dining experience over the iconic waters. You can enjoy a freshly prepared meal while taking in the million-dollar views. A harbour cruise lunch is also a perfect way to get a taste of all the authentic Australian food flavours. 

While you’re marvelling at the breathtaking views of the city from on board, it’s a wonderful opportunity to capture inspiring photos of the harbour icons. So what are you waiting for? 

Book your seats on board a harbour lunch cruise right away! 


A Trip to the Blue Mountains

Located just 50 kms from the city centre, Blue Mountains is a wonderful destination with lush green surroundings and a tranquil environment. Head over to the mountains to marvel at unparalleled views of the Blue Mountains and its phenomenal blue haze rendering the incredible appearance. 

The Three Sisters sandstone formation, the extensive heritage of waterfalls, valleys and caves are some of the must-visit attractions in the area. You can also explore the enigmatic Jenolan Caves while you’re here. These caves are known to be one of the oldest and deepest cave systems in the world having underground rivers and rock formations. Go on a guided tour to be delighted with fascinating facts about the mountains and its side-lying locations. 


Sydney BridgeClimb

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Bridge Climb is one of the most amazing experiences on offer in the city. If you’re an adventure-junkie who loves to get an adrenaline fix once in a while, this one's for you! Climb the iconic Sydney Harbour arch bridge, lovingly called the ‘Coathanger’ by

Sydneysiders, to view the city skyline from the summit of the bridge.  The bridge is also the world’s tallest steel arch structure and one of the most climbed with over 4 million climbers. You will have a climb leader to guide you to the summit and also engage you with facts and history of the bridge. After the tremendous climb that takes three and a half hours and 1,332 steps past the four ladders, you are rewarded with a breathtaking view of the harbour. Sounds exciting? Sign up for the climb today itself!

Watch a Show at the Sydney Opera House

The Concert Hall
The Concert Hall -

Watch a classical opera show at the iconic Sydney Opera House for a memorable experience. Of all the best things you can do in Sydney, this one remains unrivalled. At the Opera House, you will get introduced to a long line of top performers and renowned theatrical companies that weave magic out of each performance. The location of the Opera House makes it all the more special for the visitors. At the Opera House, you are introduced to a world of music, theatreFeature Articles, dance and much more. Indulge in an enthralling experience at the Opera House for a bookmarked experience in your life.

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