New South Wales

Sydney Top 10

Welcome to the vibrant city of Sydney - with our world class attractions, famous harbour, and surrounded by waterways, national parks and over 60km of beaches, there's loads to do in Sydney... these are some of our favourites!

1. Sightseeing

Introduce yourself to Sydney with the flexibility of some hop-on-hop-off style touring.  Enjoy your own pace of travel on land with Big Bus Sydney or by water with My Fast Ferry.
2. View from the top
Wander across our famous bridge for some stunning views.  For the brave, climb to the summit by joining BridgeClimb Sydney for an unforgettable adventure or ascend even higher to the viewing plaforms of Sydney Tower for a 360 degree view of the city landscape.
3. Opera, Sydney style!
Whether your an enthusiast of opera, dance, theatre or symphony exploring the inner workings of the iconic Sydney Opera House is a must! Maybe even catch a performance during your visit.
4. Wildlife Encounters
Darling Harbour is home to SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and WILDLIFE Sydney Zoo, say hello to some of Australia's favourite locals.  The colder months are also an opportunity to experience some Whale Watching off Sydney's coast. 
5. Harbour Cruising
Whether you use your Opal card on the iconic Sydney Ferries or join a leisurly
highlights cruise around the sparkling waters of Sydney Harbour is a must.
6. Beach life style
With so many Sydney beaches you are spoilt for choice! Catch your first wave by joining a surf lesson at Bondi Beach, take a ferry to Manly for a bike ride along the Sydney Harbour National Park trails or join the Official Home & Away tour to Palm Beach.  
7. Historical Sydney
Walk through Sydney's historical precinct of The Rocks to learn more of colonial Sydney before boarding an authentic Tall Ship for a delicious buffet lunch or twlight dinner sail around Sydney Harbour. 
8. Indigenous
Be touched by the most ancient human culture by joining the Aboriginal Heritage Tour, or visit The Rocks Discovery Museum or the Australian Museum to learn more.
9. The Blue Mountains
Travel a little further afield to visit the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains to see the famed blue-haze and Three Sisters before taking a ride on the Scenic Railway and Cableways.  Or travel onward to the underground world of Jenolan Caves.
10. Gourmet Traveller
Experience Australia's oldest and most renowned commercial wine producing district, the Hunter Valley while also enjoying some local produce.