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Sydney is the perfect place for your Australian tour. It is the largest city in the country and is often described as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. You will not be disappointed with what you find here. I would recommend an allocation of at least four days if you want to explore Sydney, Australia at all. The city encompasses the picturesque harbor with landmarks such as Sydney Harbor Bridge. Australia’s most prominent landmarks connect to Sydney Central and Sydney Opera House. There are plenty to see and do here to catch a pair of comfortable shoes and explore the next blog.
1. The Sydney Harbor Bridge
If you are not afraid of height and adventurous, put this information at the top of your bucket list. Sydney Harbor Bridge is one of Australia’s most famous landmarks. The largest steel arch bridge in the world, rising up to 134 meters from the pier in 1998, BridgeClimb is open to the public, allowing foreigners and locals to climb the monument to soak up the sun. One of the city’s most spectacular scenery. With tomorrow, night and night, there is something for everyone. For those of you who do not dare, some people have climbed to the middle of one of the arcs, and I’m sure a little scary for those who are afraid of heights.
Pro Tip: BridgeClimb is very expensive during the dawn and twilight, with a fee of almost $ 100 more than if you were walking during the day or at night. Tickets start at AU $ 250. For more information click here.
Sydney Harbor Bridge, Sydndey, Australia
If you are afraid of altitude, choose a cruise around the harbor. // Credits: Pixabay
Take a leisurely walk from Bondi to Coogee.
If you just leave the trip, then it’s time to stretch your legs and enjoy the breathtaking Bondi to the Coogee coast. Coastal Walk Following this 6 mile route, surround the shoreline at the edge of the eastern suburbs. Take a stroll along the main road and choose one of Sydney’s best beaches. Have a coffee in the cozy atmosphere to grab some coffee or have some breakfast.
Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia
Enjoy the beautiful coastal stroll. But do not forget sunglasses! // Credits: Pixabay
3. See performances at the Opera House.
Manly is a suburb in northern Sydney that encompasses the importance of balance between work and life with the beach in their business district. Take yourself and catch a ferry from Circular Quay to Manly Wharf in 30 minutes. Not only will you experience all of Manly, but on a trip across the harbor you will get a fantastic view of the Opera House, Harbor Bridge and Kirribilli House For a full schedule of shows and tickets at Sydney Opera House, click here.
Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
Beautiful Roof Top Roof // Credit: Pixabay
4. Learn about native wildlife at Taronga Zoo.
Australia has the most unique animals in the world, and a better way to get close and private with them is at the famous Taronaa Zoo and was awarded in Sydney. With over 4,000 animals, you can admire and learn about the many species and wildlife of Australia. There are so many things to do at Taronga Zoo. If you want to explore your own pace, you can walk around the park comfortably. See what you see. Make sure you grab the map or download the Taronga Zoo App to help you plan out your day and avoid miss!
Pro Tip: Tickets are so expensive if you want to save time buying tickets online to save up to 20% on your ticket.
Taronga Sydndey Zoo, Australia
Kangaroo with rain // Credit: Pixabay
5. Have breakfast in Surry Hills
Surry Hills is a residential area in the city, just a short stroll from Sydney’s Central Station. Take the time to travel along Surry Hills Road, where you’ll find unfavorable cafes, creative restaurants and bars that blend together. Many art galleries and Belvoir Street Theater. This area of interest has something for everyone. Choose one of the many cafes that have a purpose.