10 Sydney Tours You Shouldn’t Miss Out On

Sydney is one of the super iconic places on earth and is on the bucket list of every travel freak. If you happen to find yourself in the middle of the city, not knowing where to go, we are here with 10 most exciting places for you to not to miss while in Sydney. So take out your hiking shoes and stroll down the city, experiencing its architecture, history, and culture.

Beaches, Beaches, and Beaches!

Though Bondi beach is one of the favorites of Sydney lovers, don’t just restrict your pleasure upon it only. Catch a ferry to Manly beach, other than surfing, Grotto Point Lighthouse is another attraction of it. Shelley Beach, somewhat secluded, has the best restaurants alongside the shore. Palm Beach has been the favorite of cinematographers due to its golden sand and blue waters. The city of Sydney has over 100 beaches, water buffs have their 100 days covered!

Sydney Opera House

Are you fascinated by the spectacular horizons of Sydney’s Opera house, then touring inside the building is a must! Opened in 1973, the artwork of a Danish architect changed 20th-century architecture. Take sydney half day tours with Opera House tour guides, operating in 7 different languages.

Angel Place

An artwork is surely a memory for life. So we have chosen one of the best for you, the gem is known as “Forgotten Songs” located at Angel place’s secluded alleyway, which displays several empty birdcages, reminisce of the long-gone birds of the city. Lighten up at nighttime, giving the mysterious vibes of forgone life, equally beautiful and haunted at the same time.

Taronga Zoo

If you are out there with family, keep Taronga zoo on your list. It’s equally attractive for both adults and kids. A house of more than 4000 animals run by a non-profit organization devoted to saving the wildlife of the country. Their sky safari ride, Roar and snore sleepover, especially at night, is an amazing experience to catch.

Sight Seeing

Whether you are fond of hang-gliding or skydiving, sea-diving or abseiling, jet-boating or scuba-diving, skiing or golfing, the city of Sydney got you covered without being heavy on your pocket. The Blue Mountains for diving, Sydney Harbor for sailing, walking trails in Royal botanic Garden and

Circular Quay.

Artwork devotees
Mesmerize yourself with the beauty you behold in the Museum of Contemporary Art, NSW Art gallery and White Rabbit Gallery, to name a few. The art mirrors the culture of a place and the mass culture of its people. Soak in the exquisiteness of the artist and their world-acclaimed masterpieces.

Queen Victoria Building

A glorious architecture monument, built to glorify the rule of Queen Victoria also to acknowledge the long colonial dominance of queen over the region, speaks a lot about the endurance and liberalness of Sydney’s people. While touring George Street for food and shopping, a peek in the building is a must.

Shopping and Fashion

Discover the vibrant “The Rocks”, Strand Arcade, Westfield Sydney and Queen Victoria Building for shopping. With an extensive variety of international brands and local boutiques. These shopping malls not only serves the purpose of shopping paradise but also offers great sightseeing along the way.

Sydney Harbor Bridge

Whether it’s climbing or strolling down the bridge, both activities are fun. Though climbing is furthermore gratifying as you get to see the whole city around you, mesmerizing with life.

Darling Harbor

If you want to shop, dine-in and are fond of art exhibitions and fairs, the darling harbor is that one place where you get all. Its nightlife is more attractive, with dozens of clubs and bars to keep you busy.