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Sydney

Explore the iconic harbour city, Australia's most visited destination brimming full of life and activity from world-class dining, shows and entertainment, to sightseeing and idyllic beaches.

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Sydney

SYDNEY HOTELS AND APARTMENTS

This exciting, multicultural city boasts breathtakingly beautiful natural attractions, iconic man-made landmarks and is the perfect destination for romantic holidays or family adventures. All of Sydney’s attractions lie within easy reach of the city centre. With fast, efficient public and private transport across the city, you can visit so many places with ease. Must see spots for all visitors are magnificent Sydney Harbour and the world famous Sydney Opera House. Why not climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge or catch the Manly Ferry, crossing the picturesque harbour for a visit to Manly's stunning ocean beach. 

Sydney extends north and south of Sydney Harbour, placing you moments away from its many sandy, clean beaches. Try Cronulla or famous Bondi Beach, less than 10km from the CBD. Luna Park, Taronga Park Zoo and the Sydney Aquarium are great destinations for family fun. Dining options abound in and around the city, high end harbour side restaurants and an enormous range of elegant and affordable alternatives. Darling Harbour is a mecca for foodies, with something there to tantalize everyone’s taste buds. 

World renowned for its seafood, Sydney delivers even more choice with fabulous Asian, Indian and Italian cuisines to tempt you. Trendy suburbs like Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Bondi and Manly provide a dazzling choice of late night dining options, intimate wine bars and live entertainment. The perfect city for a shopping safari, fashionistas will love finding designer labels in Oxford Street or searching for bargains in countless other shopping hot spots throughout the city. Sydney is steeped in history so make sure you visit heritage listed and cultural sites like The Rocks, Hyde Park Barracks, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Customs House and the Queen Victoria Building.