Opera House

The crown jewel of Australian landmarks, the Sydney Opera House is synonymous with the city. Whether you’re there for a tour, giving you some great insight and knowledge into the history of this wonderful building, or just a great photo opportunity, no trip to Sydney is complete without coming to see the Opera House!

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is an iconic stretch of soft sand and curling waves and is one of the world’s most famous beach destinations. There are many activities that can be undertaken at the beach and the surrounding area which include walking, golfing and whale watching, as well as sunbathing and surfing!

Popular food choices at Bondi include picnics and fish and chips on the beach or dining out at one of the vibrant cafés and bars overlooking the sand on Campbell Parade and in nearby streets.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

At 500 metres, making it one of the longest steel-arch bridges in the world, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is another famous landmark of the city.

Not only is it brilliant for gorgeous and scenic photo moments, but if you plan ahead you can also get a tour to climb up the bridge itself, offering you unparalleled views of the bay and the city.

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Established in 1871, the Gallery presents a wide variety of international and Australian art in one of the most beautiful art museums in the world. If you want to go somewhere that will give you a great experience and leave you inspired, then the collection at this museum is a must visit!

What’s more is that admission to the Gallery is completely free!

Royal Botanic Garden

The Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney is an oasis within the city, where you can discover the fascinating history of the plants and people associated with Australia's oldest botanic garden.

Once you have finished wandering around the luxurious plant life, you can relax at one of the cafés or restaurants that are provided there for you.