About Sydney

Sydney, celebrated for its stunning landscapes and cosmopolitan allure, seamlessly blends urban charm with natural wonders, creating a treasure trove for exploration.

The iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge not only provides breathtaking city views but also offers an exhilarating BridgeClimb experience, allowing adventurers to scale its arches for panoramic vistas. The world-renowned Sydney Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage site, boasts a fascinating yacht-inspired design. With over 100 picturesque beaches, including the famous Bondi and Manly, Sydney invites visitors to embrace the quintessential Australian beach culture. The city’s culinary scene is a diverse delight, featuring vibrant food markets and restaurants.

From captivating street art in neighborhoods like Newtown to the intriguing Taronga Zoo, Sydney promises travelers a unique destination filled with enriching experiences.

Aerial photograph of Sydney from Balmoral Bay facing toward the CBD
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Travelling from Overseas

We know our sunny shores can be a bit of a journey to get to, but we promise it’ll all be worth it once you’re here! If you’re after information on international travel requirements and where to learn more, this page is for you.

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Sydney Highlights

With gorgeous beaches, buzzing streets, delicious food and happy people, we’re sure you’re going to fall in love with Sydney. Take a look at our recommendations of things to do while you’re in our harbour city.

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Australia Highlights

While there’s plenty to do in and around Sydney, there’s a whole country out there to be explored: from the sparkling waters and pristine coastline surrounding this mega-island, to the legendary and endless outback.

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Where to Stay

Sydney is a sprawling city of countless neighbourhoods, each with their own personality. Here are some of the best areas to stay and celebrate Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.

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Sydney Day Trips

Sydney is a city built for day trips. The coastline is dotted with natural wonders and charming seaside communities, while if you venture further inland you’ll discover sleepy towns and rugged bushland as far as the eye can see.

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Getting Around Sydney

Public transport is used across Australia by locals and visitors alike, and Sydney is no exception. We give you the low-down on how to navigate from buses to Ferries and everything in between.

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