Sydney Tourist Attraction

Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, is a largest and the oldest city in Australia. This harbor city offers you an immersive land and sea experience that will intrigue you for long. You can shop, dine and spectate the exquisite architecture here.

The following Sydney tourist attractions will take you to the heights, as well as introduce you to nature and the Aboriginal life.

Sydney Opera House-

Danish architect Jørn Utzon designed this world famous Sydney tourist attraction. Situated on the water front, it appears like a harbored giant ship by its sloping white walls and roofs.

Opera house took 16 years and a whopping $100 million to reach its completion in 1973. This complex is a preferred concert & performance center and can accommodate 1500 people.

Bondi BeachBondi Beach-

This crescent-shaped beach is at a short distance from the Central Business District (CBD). It features a long run of golden sands along with the homes and apartments in its vicinity.

This popular Sydney tourist attraction lures body builders, surfers, sun bathers, and swimmers. To its north, you can see the sunbathers and swimmers and in the south are the surfers due to the rough tides and waves.

There are also the changing rooms on this beach and a plethora of bars, cafes, and shops at your disposal.

Queen Victoria Building-

Dubbed shortly as QVB, this Sydney tourist attraction is a five-storey shopping complex. George McRae built it in 1898, with the purpose of the marketplace and a concert center. It carries a Roman architectural touch in its beautiful and massive construction.

QVB occupies an entire city block to provide enough room for over 200 retailers for their market. It uniquely sports a huge glass dome, stained windows, and beautiful cast iron railings.

Sydney TowerSydney Tower-

It is the tallest Sydney tourist attraction that extends up to a height of 1014 feet. You can have a panoramic view of the surrounding metropolis, harbor, and countryside.

You can also enjoy the delectable food in any of the three dining facilities here. Revolving restaurant and 360 bar are must-experience highlights. There is also a 4D Cinema that renders astounding special effects of winds and bubble.

Sydney Harbor BridgeSydney Harbor Bridge-

For adventurers, this bridge is a thrilling and fascinating Sydney tourist attraction. Sydney Harbor Bridge features a 440 m high arch. After its completion in 1932, a bridge climb attraction in was added to it in 1998.

This Sydney tourist attraction enables the daring visitors, equipped with the protective clothing and harness, to reach to the top of the arch.

Those who are not into adventurism can visit Pylon Lookout Museum. You can reach here from the footpath along the bridge.

Royal Botanic Gardens-

This Sydney tourist attraction is situated between the Domain public green space and Sydney Opera House. Founded in 1816, this botanic garden houses over 7,500 exotic and native plant species.

You can also visit the Tropical center that showcases plants in a pyramid shaped green house. A garden here preserves the threatened plant species including the ancient Wollemi Pine, that dates back to 200 million years.

All in all, It is a must-visit Sydney tourist attraction for the botanists and nature lovers.

Taronga Zoo-

It is a home to the Australia’s indigenous species and the exotic animals. What will fascinate you here is the roaring and the snoring sounds that will make you lose in them.

You can stay here overnight, to spectate the nocturnal flowers. An excellent story telling by the guides about the aboriginal life will make you fall in love with this place. You can access this Sydney tourist attraction with a car, bus or a ferry ride.

Sydney is a real picturesque seaside town famed as a capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia, capture the wonderful sceneries of surfers riding the waves and White sandy beaches. Another unprecedented factor induce your Sydney trip more, is unique horizon jagged landscape of Sydney and its skyscrapers, many iconic landmarks, and then the stunning and gorgeous beaches, world-class restaurants, and cache of interesting things over there. If you are a first time Australia visitor, Sydney is a natural choice for its lovely and sophisticated metropolis. So, whether you want enjoy your incredible vacation with surfing the giant waves of the Tasman Sea or enjoy the dining, shopping, and partying, Sydney is a right choice among all.

Australia’s most recognizable icon famous for its Danish architect is located in this tremendous Sydney area in the address of Sydney Opera House, which is one of the great masterstrokes in Australia. Interior of the Opera House is a complex of six auditoriums where dance, concerts, opera and theatre are staged, which is not only famous for its interior and also impress you by its exterior views also.(image by  CarlosSilvestre62)5742307931_280400e831_b

Only a 30 minutes drive from the centre of Sydney will permit you to the south entrance of Bondi Beach, another important

landmark in Sydney, which is a thriving cosmopolitan centre for sun, surf during the summer season Bondi. It is surrounded by parks and apartments with the overlook of blue waters, which is a part of a large bay and a best partner for surfers. This is a best place for eateries, where you can find many shops, hotels and also best place for souvenir hunter. Nearby the Bondi Beach you can find much suitable accommodation for you and enjoy the sun, sand, coastal walks and restaurants over there.

Darling Harbor is the next must visit spot in Sydney for its panoramic scenic and it can be easily reached within 10-minute walk from Sydney city centre, which is one of the largest dining, shopping and entertainment and many outdoor events offering spot in Sydney. If you are eagerly looking for a best nightspot you must visit King Street Wharf, which is fully packed with sleek dining establishments and funky nightclubs and visit Cockle Bay Wharf for cafes, bars and restaurants.

Sydney’s most popular attractions are amalgamated under the name of Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife Sydney Zoo, located in the heart of Sydney’s Darling Harbor, which is a gateway to explore amazing discovery through 14 newly themed zones, including Tropical Bay of Rays, Discovery Rockpool, Mangrove Swamps, South Coast Shipwreck, Dugong Island, Shark Walk and the stunning new ocean tunnel walk through, Shark Valley.(image by The Eggplant)8574364402_60bb44ed01_b

Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and Wildlife Sydney Zoo is also one of the world’s largest aquariums, which encompasses with 700 different species and 13,000 animals in a gigantic six million liters of water and it is a home of world’s largest variety of sharks and rays, where you can really can see the Australia’s most famous wonderful marine animals such as iconic platypus, little penguins and the famous dugongs.

Enjoy a precious vacation in the world famous Sydney!

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