Exciting things to do for all ages in Sydney, Australia and places to visit during your stay in Sydney. The most popular places are the Sydney Opera House which is artistic, cultural and historical followed by the Sydney Harbour Bridge which is famous for all Sydney’s architectural gems. Taronga Zoo and Sydney Aquarium is a place to explore. Furthermore, the Rocks is also a popular tourist attraction which was once home to the Galigal
aboriginal people and later became the country’s first site of
settlement and visiting Rocks Discovery Museum is a must. Another place you can visit is Circular Quay which is now the city’s main ferry
terminal. There will be ferries which can take you to places like Manly, Watson’s Bay and Taronga Park Zoo. .
Darling Harbour is also very popular with the prestigious waterfront and is packed with amazing restaurants, shops, museums like Madame Tussaud’s, Powerhouse Museum and Australian National
Maritime Museum. You can also visit WIDE LIFE Sydney Zoo which is in Darling Harbour followed by the Chinese Garden of Friendship.
The Queen Victoria Building is popular for its Romanesque-style and with its underground arcades with Town Hall Station. The Sydney Tower is the city’s tallest building and one of the greatest landmarks. From there you can see the panoramic view of Sydney and the
surrounding suburb. For more information about Sydney Tower please visit Sydney Tower Eye.
You can also visit the Art Gallery which is a stunning art museum. The admission fee is free and you can explore the work of the
European masters, Asian artists and amazing aboriginal art. You can visit the official site for more information at Art Gallery NSW
The St Mary’s Cathedral is one of the popular places in New South Wales as it is a symbol of the beginnings of the Catholic Church in Australia. You should put Hyde Park in your things to do list to visit as it is part of history.
We are lucky enough to have an amazing climate which has allowed us to spend time on the beaches such as; Bondi Beach, Coogee Beach, Manly Beach, Bronte, Tamarama, Maroubra, Cronulla and surfers will find some amazing waves at Collaroy, Dee Why and Narrabeen. You can also take the amazing coastal walk along the cliffs from Bondi to Coogee. You can also visit trip advisor or planetware where you can find additional information.
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|