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Walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens to Mrs Macquarie's Chair for one of the best spots in Sydney to take a photo of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
James,
Travel Designer

Sydney Holidays

With the Harbour Bridge and Opera House as backdrops to this vibrant city, holidays to Sydney cannot fail to impress. There is so much to see and do that you'll be spoilt for choice. Explore the many and varied suburbs - from the North Shore to the Eastern beaches, each has its own style and attractions to discover.

Famous landmarks

You really can’t go on a holiday to Sydney and not take some time to explore the famous landmarks. Gaze at the iconic Opera House or head inside to enjoy one of its many different shows. Wander the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens with its outstanding collection of plants from across Australia and overseas. Cycle across the Harbour Bridge or the more adventurous can take part in the Bridge Climb - a truly spectacular experience and boasts unrivalled, panoramic views of the city.

For beautiful scenery without having to leave the ground, take a stroll through the Royal Botanical Gardens. Home to over a million plant and tree species, it’s the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy stunning harbour views.

Widely considered as one of the most stunning natural harbours in the world, Sydney Harbour has over 240 kilometres of shore and plenty to see and do. Sydneysiders love to spend their time off cruising the waterways of Circular Quay, the bustling hub on the edge of the city centre. Join them by taking a ferry or sail boat from one of the many hubs, taking in the sights and sounds of Sydney as you go.

Sydney city centre

Circular Quay is a good starting point to explore the city centre. From here you can walk to the Opera House or head west to see The Rocks, a restored historic precinct. Here you can explore this intriguing convict history where Sydney began, with its cobblestone streets, sandstone terraces and winding streets.

In the centre of Sydney is also the Museum of Sydney, with artefacts dating back to when the settlers arrived with their prisoners in tow. Pitt Street’s shopping centres and arcades tucked into the side streets are ideal for a spot of retail therapy while you’re taking in this most interesting of modern cities.

Sydney holidays boast a delightful mix of cultures and lifestyles with world class restaurants around every corner. Immerse yourself in Sydney’s laidback charm - you'll never want to leave.

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Walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens to Mrs Macquarie's Chair for one of the best spots in Sydney to take a photo of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
James, Travel Designer

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