Check Out The Best Things To Do In Sydney
Sydney is a truly special place. Of course, we are completely biased, but there is no wonder that so many international visitors choose to come here for their Australian Experience!
With so many great things to see and do In Sydney, knowing all the available options is one thing, choosing the best things to see and do is another ball game altogether. At Explore With Us, we love to help students and tourists alike to get acquainted with the area quickly and easily.
Visit Sydney Opera House
A truly magnetic experience and one which will stay with you for a lifetime. You cannot visit Sydney without getting a glimpse of this iconic building and experiencing some of the art and culture that Sydney is well known for. Over 1600 different performances take please here annually, and it is truly the core of the culture here.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
This is another landmark that visitors flock to at all times of the year. The architecture of this structure is simply phenomenal; you don’t even need to know about architecture or stricture to be impressed by the magnitude of the bridge.
The Sydney Aquarium and Taronga Zoo are both superb days out and great places to explore on your own or with friends. Another place which is hugely popular and with good reason is known quite simply as ‘The Rocks’. This was once home to the Galigal Aboriginal People and later became the first settlement for Europeans. The Rocks Discovery Museum is both impressive and educational, and for those with curious minds who are keen to learn about the countries heritage, this is a great place to visit.
Sydney by the Water
Circular Quay is now home to the main city’s ferry terminal. Boasting five huge wharves. Here you will be able to find and take ferries to a number of desirable locations in Sydney such as Taronga Park Zoo, Watson’s Bay, and Manly. There are also a number of private boats such as Captain Cook Cruises and the Manly Fast Ferry that depart from here as well. Don’t worry about getting lost; everything is really clearly signposted when you arrive.
In total, there are nine routes and almost 40 wharves. Darling Harbour is also a huge draw for tourists and international visitors to Sydney. Boasting a quintessentially luxurious waterfront; here you will find an extensive range of shops, restaurants, and notable museums such as the Australian National Museum, the Powerhouse Museum, and the famous Madame Taussaud’s. If you plan to visit Darling Harbour, then Sydney Zoo is also situated here, offering an exceptional day out and something that people of all nationalities can enjoy with ease. There is also the world-renowned Chinese Garden of Friendship.
The Queen Victoria Building is another popular place to go, and many admire its Romanesque style, enjoying the many underground arcades with Town Hall station. If you want to see the tallest building in Sydney, then head over to the Sydney Tower, it is one of the greatest landmarks in Sydney and offers exceptional vistas across the city. For more information about Sydney Tower, please visit Sydney Tower Eye.
Arts and Culture
The Art Gallery is one of the few landmark locations where you can get free admission. It is a stunning celebration of amazing aboriginal art, with Asian Art and works from the European Masters on display for all to see. There are so many galleries, museums, theatres and special events that all celebrate the vibrant and diverse Sydney culture.
There are some public holidays in NSW which are mentioned below. You can also seek more information by visiting NSW_Public_Holidays
|New Year's Day||Monday, 1 January|
|Australia Day||Friday, 26 January|
|Good Friday||Friday, 30 March|
|Easter Saturday - the Saturday following Good Friday||Saturday, 31 March|
|Easter Sunday||Sunday, 1 April|
|Easter Monday||Monday, 2 April|
|Anzac Day||Wednesday, 25 April|
|Queen's Birthday||Monday, 11 June|
|Bank Holiday||Monday, 6 August|
|Labour Day||Monday, 1 October|
|Christmas Day public holiday||Tuesday, 25 December|
|Boxing Day||Wednesday, 26 December|