Why visit Sydney?

The Sydney Harbour Bridge! If you are feeling adventurous you can climb it, whatever you do, make sure you take a serene cruise under the bridge from Circular Quay. There sre plenty of choices avaliable, from a simple water bus to a cocktail cruise at sunset ... fab!

When should I visit?

The early summer months October and November as well as late summer, February, are good months to visit as well as early Spring, March, are all good months to as it's not hot. Nevertheless, Australia's winter months, June to September are good for better deals on hotels and potentially internal flights. It is up to you, if you don't mind shorter days and cooler temperatures Id say go for it for an adventure!


Take the ferry from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo.You will travel across the bay so bring your camera for fab views, then take the cable car up to meet the biggest rodent in the world The Capybaras. Other animals to see at Taronga are tigers,seals and elephants to name a few. With live shows, talks and wild ropes to manouvure you can easily spend a day here. Also on the ferry is beautiful Bondi with perfect beaches and an easy, practically zen-like atmosphere. Back in Sydney, the Opera House must be snapped, and if you have time, try to see a show as this will make your adventure even more memorable. Feel the fun and hustle and bustle of Darling Harbour where you will find numerous bars, restaurants, and even some where tables are under plastic domes!

Local traditions?

Manly Weekend Market is loved by all locals and has everything to buy all in one place.
                                                                                                               Bridge near Sydney's Darling Harbour 
                                                                                                               Bridge near Sydney's Darling Harbour 

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