Set around the world’s largest natural harbour, Sydney is the most well-known of Australia’s cities. The vibrant city features world-class restaurants, prestigious galleries, beautiful beaches and the renowned attractions of the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Visit for more information on what to see and do when you visit Sydney!

What to do in Sydney

 Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour is adjacent to the city centre of Sydney. It comprises of cafes, restaurants, a shopping complex, IMAX cinema, maritime museum, Chinese gardens and entertainment attractions. Situated on the western outskirts of the Sydney central business district, Darling Harbour is a go to destination for locals and tourists.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s most well known and photographed landmarks. The top of the bridge stands 134 metres above the harbour, and is recognised as one of the largest bridges in the world. It is fondly known by the locals as the ‘Coathanger’ because of its arch-based design. Tourists can also climb the bridge for “the climb of their life.”

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach has a vast array of attractions. From chic coffee shops and restaurants, to galleries, concerts and beachside yoga. Major festivals go hand in hand with a vibrant local community and has been classed as one of the most renowned beaches in the world.

Luna Park

Luna Park Sydney is an amusement park situated perfectly alongside the harbour. Boasting over 20 rides and spectacular views, the park is an exciting fun filled experience for families and groups.

The Rocks

Spending some time in The Rocks is a must-do Sydney experience that locals have been enjoying for years. From a picnic lunch under the Harbour Bridge or an alfresco dinner under the stars, to shopping at the markets and taking time out in a gallery or museum, The Rocks is the perfect place to escape.

Sydney Activities


Absorb a 360 degree panorama of Sydney as you journey to the summit on this unique climb experience. This truly memorable experience provides a view of Sydney that will take your breath away.

Opera House Tour

Delve into one of the most iconic buildings in the world with comprehensive tours of the Sydney Opera House, both inside and out.
Enjoy an exclusive guided behind-the-scenes look into the world-class arts venue with a backstage tour that explores insider secrets and the world of the performing arts, a must for lovers of dance, opera, theatre and music.

Sydney Cycle Tour

Experience the iconic sights, beautiful harbour and character of Sydney by bike, on the city’s safe, scenic bike paths. Stop at the beautiful landmarks that make Sydney so famous both in the city and by the beach including some hidden gems. Learn insightful tips from your local guide, including some of Sydney best kept secrets. Enjoy the impressive views of Sydney, and stop to snap some photos along the way.

The Rocks Walking Tour

Explore Sydney’s most historic precinct in an in-depth look into Australia’s origins. Guided by local experts on the rich history of the area, this tour provides a truly wondrous insight into the first Australian settlers and their way of life.

Day trip to Blue Mountains

Experience the majestic World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains on a small-group full-day tour from Sydney. Visit Featherdale Wildlife Park to feed the kangaroos and see other native Australian animals. Enjoy sweeping views of the Blue Mountains and sites including the Three Sisters and Jamison Valley. Hop on board the Scenic Railway (or other rides) at Scenic World, watch a dance performance at the Waradah Aboriginal Centre, have a 2-course lunch, and cruise by boat back to Sydney Harbour on the Parramatta River.

Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is a major botanical garden located in the heart of Sydney, Australia. Opened in 1816, the garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia and one of the most important historic botanical institutions in the world.
Its stunning position on Sydney Harbour and immediately adjacent to the Sydney CBD, the Sydney Opera House and the large public parklands of The Domain ensure it is one of the most visited attraction in Sydney.

Taronga Zoo

Sydney’s most extraordinary zoo is located on the skirts of Sydney Harbour, easily accessible by ferry. After wandering through the main enclosures, guests will have the opportunity to get up close to Australia’s wildlife that brings you close to kangaroos, wallabies, birds, wombats, echidnas and reptiles.

Powerhouse Museum

A short walk from Darling Harbour, this cavernous science and design museum whirs away inside the former power station for Sydney’s defunct, original tram network. The collection and temporary exhibitions cover everything from robots and life on Mars to steam trains to climate change to atoms to fashion, industrial design and avant-garde art installations.