Visit Bondi Beach
Immerse yourself in “Bondi Bubble” at the Bondi beach and enjoy surfing too or join the locals for a walk along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal trail.
Visit the animals at Taronga Zoo Sydney with their incredible waterside address just a 12-minute ferry ride north from Circular Quay. Taronga Zoo is home to more than 4,000 animals from exotic and native species.
A day at the Sydney Opera House
There are many ways you can enjoy what the Sydney Opera House has to offer. A masterpiece of 20th-century architecture, the Sydney Opera House in Circular Quay hosts more than 40 performances each week.
Climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge
Nicknamed “The Coathanger” and dating back to 1932, the Sydney Harbor Bridge is one of Australia’s greatest engineering feats. Visitors are free to walk or cycle across this massive structure, but book a BridgeClimb for the opportunity to scale to the summit and enjoy beautiful and breathtaking panoramic views. Expeditions will take you high into its arches before reaching its peak, 134 meters (440 feet) above sea level. No special climbing skills are required while there are various sessions including dawn, throughout the day, twilight or night.
Ferry to Manly
On Sydney’s north side is Manly a place well-known for surf breaks, scenic walks and laidback cafes. Take a half-hour ferry ride from Circular Quay and join a snorkeling tour to discover more than 200 fish species, including the famous Blue Groper, in the clear waters off Shelly Beach enjoy paddle boarding, available for hire from the Manly Kayak Centre.
Find ancient culture in a modern city
Australia’s Aboriginal heritage isn’t relegated to wild places it is everywhere in Sydney. Experience Aboriginal culture in Sydney on an intimate walking tour of the rocks.
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