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Golden beaches, glittering water, iconic architecture . . . anyone’s list of what to see in Sydney is going to contain the classics. But we’ve gone a little off-map to bring you some tucked away gems too.
Autumn in Sydney is an adventurous time. It’s a great time to get involved in the many festivals the city hosts, rub shoulders with fashionistas and even camp out under the stars at Centennial Park. And of course, what better time is there to hop aboard an open-top bus tour.
Did you know that Australia has more festivals per capita than anywhere else in the world? That’s a flashy stat to own. And Sydney hosts a rather impressive number of them.
Spring in Sydney is simply a wonderful time. The days are sunny, the evenings longer, and the city is covered in bloom. It’s the best time to explore the Blue Mountains, enjoy outdoor festivals, and of course, to hop aboard an open-top bus tour.
Surfer dudes, sun worshippers, shore-side paddling toddlers – whatever your reason for heading sand-wards, Sydney has some of the finest coastal spots in the country.