TOP 9 MUST SEE ATTRACTIONS IN SYDNEY
Sydney is one of the most loved cities around the world, being famous for its beaches and wildlife. It’s a city which could satisfy even the pickiest person, with incredible attraction which would suit all tastes. Keep on reading to find out the top 9 must see attractions in Sydney!
1. Sydney Opera House
Sydney’s most well-known landmark has definitely been the Sydney Opera House. The beautiful pearly building, sits at the edge of the Harbour with many restaurants, cafes and bars. You can have your drink by enjoying the breathtaking views and the sunny weather of Sydney.
2. Sydney Harbour Bridge
The bridge connects the city of Sydney to the lower north shore. If you are on the adventurous side, you may choose to even walk the bridge and enjoy the panoramic view across the harbour.
3. Sydney Tower
The Sydney Tower is amongst the highest buildings around the world standing at 309 meters tall. The tower will draw your attention when you’re looking at the city’s skyline, which also makes it visible from several suburbs around Sydney.
4. Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach is one of the most famous beaches around the world for surfers. Especially during the summer period, you may see it being packed with surfers from around the world. Here you can enjoy the sunny weather, have a swim, try local restaurants and bars or simply enjoy the sunrise over the ocean.
5. Manly Wharf
Manly has its own fitting slogan: “Seven miles from Sydney and a thousand miles from care”. It is considered as one of Sydney’s most bustling neighborhoods with plenty of relaxing restaurants and bars to enjoy in your leisure.
6. Royal Botanic Garden
After having a walk at Darling Harbour, behind the Opera House you will find the Royal Botanic Gardens. It is resting at the water’s edge and it’s the perfect place to get some reprieve from a busy week.
7. Queen Victoria Building
Otherwise known as QVB, and it has incredible 19th century architecture. It is one of Sydney’s premiere shopping destinations in the heart of the city, just a 3-minute walk from the Sydney Eye Tower.
8. Hyde Park
Spanning over 16 hectares, Hyde Park has been of the oldest parks in the entire country. It is located in the centre of Sydney’s CBD and is a much-loved spot by locals where they spend their lunch break soaking up the sun. Also, throughout the year many events are hosted there.
9. Museum of Contemporary Art
The last attraction of this list is the Museum, which is located at Circular Quay and is home to cutting edge modern art not only from Australia but also around the world.