Of all destinations, Sydney is probably the most internationally recognised Australian city and one of the great harbour cities of the world, with Darling Harbour full of famous landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge and more.
Sydney combines the best of a truly cosmopolitan urban lifestyle with the atmosphere of a relaxed and laid back beach culture. As can be expected from a city of its size, Sydney offers a huge array of things to do for people of all tastes and temperaments – its location alongside the ocean means Sydney provides chances for water-focused activities like jet boating, cruises on the harbour, and simple beach-going while also offering great shopping and dining as well.
If you're looking to pay a visit to Australia's largest and most famous city, be sure to check out our travel guides below for everything you ever wanted to know about visiting our international flagship destination, Sydney.
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Venturing outside the city into other popular areas of New South Wales is also a greatly entertaining experience, with natural highlights such as the geological wonders of the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves or the popular wine-tasting region and many vineyards of the Hunter Valley. In terms of man-made attractions, Sydney also has a wide variety of options, with Sydney Tower serving as an obvious starting point from which to get both great views and your bearings and orientation around the city before heading to like the likes of Sydney Aquarium, Taronga Zoo or the brand new Madame Tussauds Wax Museum.
In all, the activities in and around Sydney which are available are almost too numerous to mention - but rest assured that whatever your interests, Sydney will be able to give you an unparalleled experience and serve as a reminder as to why it is Australia's flagship city.
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