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.
Sydney is a city that celebrates the outdoors. There’s botanical gardens, architectural wonders and some of the best beaches in the world waiting to be explored. And the outdoors doesn’t cost a dollar to enjoy.
Famed for their lively atmosphere and dedicated schedule showing all the games a sports fan could wish for, sports bars have become increasingly popular around the world. From taverns in Paris to an Eagles bar in Philadelphia, we’ve rounded up some of the best sports bars.
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.
The city’s year-round mild weather means that the temperature stays at a comfortable 14 degrees in the winter months. If you’re not a fan of the heat, it’s the perfect time to go and explore Australia’s best sights and attractions.