Things to do in Sydney This Week

Things to do in Sydney This Week

Things to do in Sydney

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Interesting Things to do in Sydney This Week

The Rocks in Sydney

The Rocks are the first site of European settlement in Australia, and is rich in history; it was particularly important first as a convict site and then as a working-class part of town.It’s also home to Cadman’s Cottage, the oldest residential house in Sydney.The Rocks are also well-known for its markets, cobblestone laneways, and the stunning views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Cockatoo Island in the Middle of Sydney Harbour

Cockatoo Island is an island located in the middle of Sydney Harbour. It is easily accessible by ferry. The Australian Convict Sites are the best surviving evidence of the convict transportation and forced labour used to build Australia as a European colony. The convict precinct of Cockatoo Island is a sometimes-shocking testament to the appalling cruelties of convict life.

Book your Kayaking in Sydney

Take a two-hour scenic tour of the harbour that’s perfect for beginners and a great way to see Sydney’s tourist sights. If you’re feeling brave, opt for a single kayak – a double kayak might seem like the easy option for beginners but you’ll pick up the skills quicker going solo. While you’re floating in front of Sydney’s biggest attractions, you’ll probably want to take some Insta-worthy photos.

Wollongong Skydive

Get ready for a special time as the Wollongong Skydive experience is the only one in Sydney that takes place on the coast, directly over North Wollongong beach. Being Sydney’s only beach skydive, the Wollongong skydive will blow you away with spectacular coastal views of Wollongong and the Southern Sydney beaches, including the Royal National Park and Illawarra. Moreover, you may spot whales and dolphins on your way down.

Explore Wine Country in New South Wales

The Hunter does transfers as far as Newcastle, Maitland and Singleton, as well as local round-trips running Sunday-Tuesday. Your chariot will arrive between in the morning, ready to visit three boutique wineries, a cheese shop, chocolateries and the choice between a vodka and schnapps tasting at Hunter Distillery or something sweet from Sabor Dessert bar.

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