Sydney, capital of New South Wales and one of Australia’s largest cities, is best known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. Massive Darling Harbour and the smaller Circular Quay port are hubs of waterside life, with the arched Harbour Bridge and esteemed Royal Botanic Garden nearby. Sydney Tower’s outdoor platform, the Skywalk, offers 360-degree views of the city and suburbs.
Total Recommended Time Needed: 7 days
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Isaac Top 3 Things To Do In Sydney
Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
The beauty of nature in the heart of the city. Wrapped around Sydney Harbour, the Gardens occupy one of Sydney’s most spectacular positions.
Established in 1816, it is the oldest scientific institution in the country and is home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas.
From the provocative rare and threatened plants of the world to the romantic rose garden, the themed garden areas show the diverse beauty of nature.
Free Wifi is available throughout the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney.
It is easy to relax at a range of beautiful beaches in Sydney, from tranquil bays in Sydney Harbour to some of Australia’s best surf beaches. There are world-famous Bondi and Manly, well-kept secret beaches, and lovely secluded beaches in Australia’s oldest national park, the Royal National Park.
Getting too many beaches is easy by public transport. Bondi Beach is 40 minutes from Town Hall in the city center by train and bus.
Australia’s oldest city
The NSW state capital and a global city, the city of Sydney has many layers of history and culture from all periods of Australia’s history, embodied in Sydney’s surviving historic buildings and landscapes. These buildings and landscapes from our distant and recent past not only tell Sydney’s and Australia’s story, but they also contribute to Sydney’s identity, character, livability, building diversity, cultural life, its economy and the environment.