Things to do in and Around Sydney

Things to do in and Around Sydney

Things to do in Sydney

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Things to do in and Around Sydney visit the Harbour Bridge

This iconic bridge is another of the most well-known symbols of Sydney and is one of the world’s few climbable bridges. Be prepared with health and safety essentials, and any weather-appropriate gear. Venture out on your climbing adventure with a group of other climbers and an experienced Climb Leader.

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Things to do in and Around Sydney visit The Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens were established in 1816, making them the oldest botanic gardens in Australia, as well as the oldest scientific institution. They recently celebrated their 200th birthday with a series of popular commemorative events throughout the year. Various guided and self-guided tours are available, and the Choo Choo express offers a quick, scenic way to get around the gardens.

Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park is worth visiting for the so-kitsch-it’s-cool entrance alone; it makes a hilarious photo backdrop. If you’re into amusement park rides, you’ll have a great time here: the Wild Mouse is perfect for that terrifying-yet-awesome rollercoaster thrill.

Visit Manly Sydney

Manly is a relaxed beachside suburb. Manly is a short and gorgeous ferry ride away from Sydney’s city centre. It’s extremely popular with locals and tourists alike. Manly has 8 million visitors per year! and it’s ideal for beach and water activities such as beach volleyball, running, kayaking, scuba and surfing.

Manly also boasts excellent al fresco dining options, a lovely museum, a sea life sanctuary, and even a shark-diving experience! Various guided walking tours by knowledgeable locals are also available.

Cruise ride on the Circular Quay and Darling Harbour Sydney

Cruising past the opera house and enjoying the stunning views of the water is a wonderful way to relax after a long day of pounding the pavement. There are various sightseeing cruises available, many of which are catered, but if you’re on a budget, you can enjoy the same views at a much cheaper price via public transport

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