• Set sail on Sydney Harbour

    Set sail for a magical experience on Sydney Harbour, one of the most stunning waterways in the world. Either relax and enjoy the feeling of the wind in the sails and the sights of Sydney or take the helm and learn a little about the art of sailing! The skipper will also provide a commentary on points of interest on this Sydney Harbour sight seeing cruise.
  • Conquer top of Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb

    BridgeClimb offers the ultimate experience of Sydney with 3 1/2 hour guided climbs to the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, day and night. The exhilaration and personal satisfaction achieved by reaching the top of the Bridge is as much reward as the breathtaking view that lies below.
  • Discover your own sense of style at Sydney’s best shopping destinations.

    From designer labels to high-street fashion, Sydney’s favourite shopping streets are perfect for serious retail therapy. You’ll find major international and Australian brands at boutiques and shopping centres in the city centre, along Oxford Street and nearby Bondi Junction, funky fashion on King Street in Newtown and Crown Street in Surry Hills. Don’t miss the buzzing weekend markets at Paddy’s Markets, The Rocks Markets, Paddington Markets, Bondi Markets and Eveleigh Markets.
  • Have a fun-filled day at Darling Harbour

    Darling Harbour is a popular waterfront entertainment precinct with more than 50 restaurants and cafes, fabulous shopping and a happening nightlife. Darling Harbour is also home to some of the city’s most popular family attractions like SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussauds. The nearby Australian National Maritime Museum offers a closer look at the secret world of submarine warfare; while the Powerhouse Museum is a tribute to science, art, design, fashion, music and technology.
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  • Fall in love with Sydney’s café culture

    Sydneysiders love brunch and, with so many great choices of style and location, you will too! Check out the great value, all-day traditional breakfast menus in Bondi and Newtown, enjoy mouthwatering yum-cha in Chinatown, or discover bakeries with a gastronomic twist in Surry Hills, Balmain and Paddington.
  • Harbourside dining with magnificent waterfront views

    With so many beautiful waterside locations to choose from, you could spend your entire Sydney holiday dining at a fabulous bar, café, pub or restaurant. The best harbourside neighbourhoods are Cockle Bay, Pyrmont, The Rocks, Sydney Opera House, Walsh Bay and Woolloomooloo Wharf.
  • Taste fresh and yummy seafood at Sydney Fish Markets

    Teetering out over Blackwattle Bay on the city’s western fringe, this boisterous market is a must see for any seafood lover. The range of produce is amazing. Lobsters, fresh tuna, the famous Sydney rock oysters, crayfish and Atlantic salmon are just some of the varieties arrayed in glistening ranks, together with a handful of sushi bars, cafes and seafood restaurants, staffed by a cast of colourful characters from the local fishing industry.
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  • Grand Pacific Drive: NSW Sparkling South Coast

    The spectacular Grand Pacific Drive is a spectacular journey that meanders through coastal rainforest, seaside towns and along a string of uncrowded beaches. Sea Cliff Bridge is a highlight, with spectacular views of the coast. At Jervis Bay, find the world’s whitest sand at Hyams beach, or join a Dolphin Watch Cruise to see wild dolphins at play.
  • Blue Mountains: Nature and Wildlife

    A trip to Sydney wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the dramatic region of the Blue Mountains. Just 90-minutes from Sydney, the sandstone plateau of the Blue Mountains is part of the spectacular World Heritage-listed area that covers more than one million hectares. Enjoy clear fresh mountain air as well as a range of outdoor activities that include easy bushwalks, wildlife-spotting and exploring the world’s oldest caves at Jenolan Caves.
  • Port Stephens: Dolphins & Sand Dunes

    Port Stephens, often referred to as ”dolphin capital of Australia”, is home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins so you’re almost guaranteed to see these playful animals when you take a dolphin-watch cruise. South of Port Stephens, the Stockton Beach sand dunes offer a world of adventure. Several adventure operators offer trips among the dunes, from dune buggies to quad bike safaris to horse riding, camel treks and sand dune tobogganing. Hop on a quad bike and get set for the thrill of a lifetime!
  • Hunter Valley: Food & Wine

    From fine wines and gourmet fare to luxury accommodation and stunning scenery, a Hunter valley getaway offers a taste of the good life. Try the region’s famous wines and acclaimed restaurants, shop for local gourmet produce and take a horse-carriage ride through the vineyards. Enjoy panoramic views of the vineyards from a hot-air balloon before heading to the Hunter Valley Gardens for its 10 magical themed gardens.
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  • Discover the beach scene along Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

    This short and sensational stroll is a symphony for the soul, wrapping up the very best of the city’s coastline. In an easy, one-hour walk, the trail rides the headlands, cresting high to offer a view of sea-carved sandstone and crashing waves, then dipping down for a close-up look at some of Sydney’s best-loved beaches. At either end, you’ll find smart cafes where you can chill with a bluewater view.
  • Wildlife Encounter at award-winning Taronga Zoo

    With Sydney Harbour as its backdrop, Taronga Zoo is a must-do experience for visitors. See a huge range of Australian animals such as koalas, kangaroos and emus as well as rare and endangered species from around the world. An unexpected adventure is the cable car ride from the ferry wharf to the zoo entrance.
  • See amazing scenery and experience close encounters with dolphins and whales at Jervis Bay

    Located South of Sydney, Jervis Bay is famous for its pristine clear water and white beaches. Join a cruise, and explore breathtaking rock and land formations, majestic coastline, ancient sea caves and natural seal colonies. Experience close encounters with dolphins, or even whales from June to November.
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