Destination Sydney | WCOA Sydney 2018 Accounting Conference

International Convention Centre, Sydney Australia  |  5-8 November 2018

Destination Sydney

Destination: Sydney. The Harbour City is a world-class destination, from the beautiful beaches of the north, to the Royal National Park in the south and the heritage-listed Blue Mountains in the west. Visit the cosmopolitan inner Sydney suburbs for superb shopping and restaurants, or watch the horizon from the iconic sandstone cliffs to the East. Sydney has something for everyone.

What to do in Sydney

 

BridgeClimb Sydney

See Sydney at its best – take the Climb of Your Life with BridgeClimb Sydney. From dawn until dusk, the view is always different. Climbs are available at dawn (limited departures), by day, twilight or night. Don’t miss this unforgettable, and uniquely “Sydney” experience.

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BridgeClimb Special 20% Conference Rate Terms and Conditions

  • The Special 20% Conference Rate is valid for sale until Thursday 15 November 2018 and is limited to climbs (as stated above) occurring between Monday 29 October 2018 and Thursday 15 November 2018 inclusive.
  • Conference delegates must present proof of their conference registration or a conference lanyard at time of check-in. Please note that the full rate apply if this condition is not satisfied.
  • The Special Conference Rate may be extended to family and friends and must be accompanied by a conference delegate on the Climb
  • Refer to http://www.bridgeclimb.com/things-you-need-to-know-to-climb/ for more details on how to prepare for your Climb

Darling Harbour

In the heart of Sydney is beautiful Darling Harbour. This outdoor playground features cafes, restaurants, a shopping complex, the National Maritime Museum and the Chinese Garden of Friendship, 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.

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The Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb
Destination Sydney
Darling Harbour

Bondi Beach

As the most famous beach in Australia, Bondi is the first port of call for visitors. But there’s more to love than the sunshine and waves. Bondi is vibrant and varied community that enjoys outdoor festivals, alfresco cafes, weekend markets, and beachside yoga.

Luna Park

At the foot of the Harbour Bridge, this charming, historic amusement park has been attracting visitors since 1935. For family fun and gorgeous view, ride the Ferris Wheel at night, scream on the rollercoaster, and dine overlooking the harbour.

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Bondi Beach
Destination Sydney
Luna Park

The Rocks

The Rocks is the site of the first Sydney settlement and still retains many original features. Walk the cobblestone steps to surprising views of Sydney Harbour. Drink at one of Sydney’s oldest pubs, visit the Museum of Contemporary art or enjoy a picnic under the Harbour Bridge.

Sydney Activities

Bridgeclimb

This incredible thrill takes you more than 100 metres above the harbour to the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Enjoy unrivalled 360 degree views as you climb above the city.

Opera House Tour

Explore the backstage secrets of this iconic building. From soaring theatre halls to secret passageways, this tour is a must for lovers of dance, opera, theatre and music.

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Bridgeclimb
Destination Sydney
Opera House Tour

Sydney Cycle Tour

Get out into the beautiful Sydney streets with a tour of Sydney by bicycle. Ride the city’s safe, scenic bike paths and stop at the beautiful landmarks that make Sydney so famous.

 The Rocks Walking Tour

Explore Sydney’s most historic precinct with an in-depth look into the history of the area. Local guides provide context and insight through their stories of this former working dockside suburb.

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Sydney Cycle Tour
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 The Rocks Walking Tour

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. 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

Opened in 1816, the Royal Botanic 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, ensure it is one of the most visited attraction in Sydney.

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Day trip to Blue Mountains
Destination Sydney
Royal Botanic Gardens

Taronga Zoo

Sydney’s 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 kangaroos, wallabies, birds, wombats and echidnas.

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.

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Taronga Zoo
Destination Sydney
Powerhouse Museum

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