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Country
Australia
State
New South Wales
City
sydney
Type of Location
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About Location

Sydney is the gateway to Australia and the most popular capital city of New South Wales. New South Wales has become Australia's most visited state, all thanks to the enchanting city of Sydney. It is the largest city of Australia that inhibits the population of nearly four million.

It is not only Australia's one of the oldest cities, but also the economic powerhouse of the nation and a city that is representative of the whole nation.Sydney came high on the popularity charts when in 2000 it hosted the Olympic games and Para Olympics. Then it became one of the most important Australia tourist attraction place to visit.

The whole world got attracted to Sydney. Sydney has so much to offer to its visitors like its spectacular harbours and other world famous attractions. You can enjoy moving around the sun-kissed natural attractions, giddy skyscrapers, scrumptious and yummy food serving restaurants, fabulous shopping and friendly environ.
 



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How to Reach

By Air

This Sydney Airport Transfer from both the Domestic and International Terminals to your Sydney Hotel, operates 7 days a week, 365 days a year. It calls at major hotels and backpackers in downtown Sydney and surrounding suburbs. Submit a booking online and the transfer will be confirmed instantly. You will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver upon arrival.

By Rail

The CityRail network offers passengers one of the most cost effective, reliable and convenient ways to travel around Sydney and beyond.

By Bus

Sydney Buses gets you to your place of work, leisure, shopping and more. On an average working day, our services carry over 600,000 people on a network of over 300 routes.

We have one of the largest and most modern fleets, comprising in excess of 1,700 buses. Our newest buses are all low floor, wheelchair accessible and fully air-conditioned.

Sydney Buses also operates the popular Sydney Explorer and Bondi Explorer tourist services as part of the Sydney Pass ticket.

Key places to visit
Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Tower and Skywalk, Taronga Zoo, Bondi Beach, Royal National Park


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Places to Visit

Opera House

The white sails of the Opera House are a Sydney icon and can be seen from many vantage points across the city. A guided tour of the Opera House will take you behind the scenes, in this building regarded as a masterpiece of twentieth century architecture. Tour bookings are essential. On Sundays an interesting craft market is run in front of the Opera House steps.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

You can walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge or climb up inside the south-eastern pylon for a terrific view. But for a truly memorable experience, climb to the very top of the bridge with BridgeClimb. Tours leave frequently from Cumberland Street in The Rocks, and night-time climbs are also available.

Sydney Tower and Skywalk

For dramatic 360-degree views of Sydney, go up Sydney Tower, the tallest tower in Australia. From the viewing deck, on a clear day it is possible to see up to 85 km. In addition to spectacular views of Sydney, try Skytour, an eight minute virtual tour of Australia, using surround screens, sensory effects and motion pod seating. The latest attraction at the tower is Skywalk, in which visitors are taken on walkways to an outside viewing platform suspended over the street below.

Taronga Zoo

The animals at Taronga Zoo have the best views in the world. There is an extensive collection of Australian animals and the amazing Asian rainforest exhibit, with over 200 Asian animals. To get there, go by ferry from Circular Quay or by bus from the city. To appreciate some of those wonderful views, take a ride on the Sky Safari cable car.

Bondi Beach

Sydney is all about beaches, and Bondi Beach is the most famous of them all. Surf, swim, walk or just sit and watch the beautiful people. The clifftop walk from Bondi to Bronte is highly recommended. You can even take surfing lessons, whether you are a beginner or an accomplished surfer.

Royal National Park

The park is bounded on the north by Port Hacking and on the west by the railway line to the south, while to the east are 21km of surfing beaches and an almost unspoiled cliff-fringed coast. The Hacking River flows through almost the whole length of the park, a sandstone plateau with a covering of heathland and deeply indented valleys. On the upper course of the river there are still patches of forest. In spring the park is carpeted with flowers.

Before the arrival of European settlers the area was occupied by the Dharawal tribe, who have left rock drawings as evidence of their presence. The area was declared a nature reserve in 1879 and was renamed the Royal National Park in 1955 on the occasion of a visit by Queen

There are walking trails from all railway stations (Royal Park, Loftus, Engadine, Heathcote, Helensburgh, Lilyvale, Otford, Waterfall). Ferry service over Port Hacking between Cronulla and Bundeena.

Right Time to Visit

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Temperature

January - March -> 17 to 26(°C) - Summer
June - July -> 9 to 16(°C) - Winter
September - October -> 11 to 22(°C) - Spring


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