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UnDiscover Sydney and surrounds

The vibrant capital city of Sydney is your base for exploring New South Wales. Discover unspoiled beaches up and down the east coast or take a road trip to see Australia's oldest wine region and beautiful wilderness. See it over a few days or a few weeks. There's good reason New South Wales is Australia's most visited state.


Book your flights and travel now until 30 Jun 2019 


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Explore Sydney by night

Australia’s cities are buzzing every night of the week offering night owls the chance to take part in the fun and exciting experiences that locals take for granted. Whether you’re happy just wandering through hidden laneways to find the best cocktail, watching a film on Bondi Beach, or prefer to see a famous opera performance with the Sydney Harbour Bridge as your backdrop - Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour offers an unforgettable evening of song, dance and fireworks, with the sparkling Sydney Harbour as its backdrop. See the sun set over the skyline from a trendy rooftop bar, hit up a live music venue to watch the newest up-and-coming band take the stage or enjoy a classic indoor activity (theatre, opera or cinema) at an outdoor venue.

Discover a multicultural culinary landscape

Australia’s culinary reputation has been built, in recent years, on its rich multicultural tapestry. Across the country you can find restaurants and experiences that cater to cultural needs, such as halal certification. From south-east Asian eateries and Middle Eastern-inspired restaurants to even the humble burger, Australian chefs are switched on to making their food accessible to everyone. At Efendy in Sydney’s Balmain, chef Somer Sivrioglu explores the food of his Turkish homeland. Alternatively, Dine like a Mughal on authentic Pakistani food at Lal Qila on King Street Wharf. 

Go glamping and enjoy a night safari 

Knowing where the animals are is the key to a great safari experience – and it’s particularly easy in a zoo! Enjoy the beautiful city sights over Sydney Harbour at Taronga Zoo's unusual accommodation, where guests can meet the animals, enjoy a night safari, sleep in glamping tents and wake to an early morning behind-the-scenes tour of the zoo. Roar and Snore operates every weekend and during Australian school holidays.

See the flipside of Sydney – from the top 

Nicknamed “The Coathanger” and dating back to 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s grandest engineering feats. Visitors are free to walk or cycle across this vast structure, but book a BridgeClimb for the opportunity to scale to the summit and enjoy unbeatable panoramic views. Expeditions will take you high into its arches before reaching its peak, 134 metres (440 feet) above sea level. No special climbing skills are required, and there are various sessions throughout the day, including at twilight and dawn.

Enjoy Australia’s undiscovered nature

You might be familiar with the Blue Mountains and its famous rock formation, the Three Sisters, but if you’ve got a head for heights, you'll get a thrill at Pulpit Rock lookout in Blue Mountains National Park. Unpack the picnic basket and enjoy a remote lunch on this isolated pinnacle, far from the popular tourist spots. This are many lookouts that showcase almost 360 degrees panorama across the dramatic cliff lines to Mount Banks and distant mountains. If you are game for walking, kickstart your journey at Pulpit walking track. The track begins to the left of Govetts Leap lookout, which offers scenic valley views, birdwatching, wildflowers and stunning waterfalls.




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