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Sydney Travel guide

Nestled around a harbour and home to the famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Sydney is the capital of New South Wales. Sydney is often mistaken as the capital of Australia with its cosmopolitan vibe and energy. It is bursting at the seams with a whole host of things to do from world-class fine dining restaurants, bars & shops to exploring Sydney National Park or lazing around on the famous Bondi Beach.
Many UK travellers tend to flock to Australia during the winter months to escape the cold and with more than 300 sunny days a year in general and over 10,000 beaches to take your pick from, Australia is one of the most popular holiday destinations all year round.

Geography of Sydney

Sydney is also known as the Harbor City and is the biggest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. Sydney has earned an enviable reputation as one of the world’s most beautiful and energetic city’s. It is enclosed by extensive suburbs which together forms a vast and diverse metropolitan area.

Central Sydney: This district is subdivided into the City Centre, The Rocks, Darling Harbor, City South, City East and City West. City Centre is the home of fine restaurants and shopping and also government and Finance. While City South comprises of Haymarket, Chinatown and Central Station representing Chinese culture and avail some cheaper accommodation. City East is the center of the busy nightlife whilst City West offers maritime pubs and The Star Casino
Greater Sydney: This area is comparatively less crowded but offers an opportunity to explore cheaper shopping, inner city cultural festivals, and some hidden gems. It is also segmented into various suburbs and contains Bondi Beach, Harbor bridge, Taronga Zoo, Olympic park etc. The Outer West suburb of Greater Sydney Stretches from Parramatta out to the Blue Mountains. If you are planning a visit, have a look at our flights to Sydney.

Must-see sites in Sydney

  • 1Bondi Beach
  • 2Sydney Harbor Bridge
  • 3Sydney Opera House
  • 4Manly Beach
  • 5Art gallery of NSW
  • 6Sydney Harbor National Park
  • 7Royal botanical gardens

Things to see and do in Sydney

  • 1Watch huge swarms of flying foxes pass overhead at twilight
  • 2Red Baron Flying
  • 3Trekking and bushwalking
  • 4Surfing
  • 5Sea kayaking

The beach lifestyle in Sydney

Sydney is blessed with sun-soaked weather and home to the native aromatic frangipani flower found on the Northern beaches of Australia. Curl your toes in the soft white sand or opt for boating, swimming or surfing or jump on a ferry. You can have a soothing walk along sandstone headlands for breath-taking views. After a refreshing swim, you can relax in the sun and can look out for board riders and bodysurfers or yachts gliding across twinkling waters

Fashion and shopping

From designer brands and independent boutiques, to bustling markets and visits to discount outlets, Sydney's shopping precincts have it all. This city offers a comprehensive variety of choices when it comes to shopping.

Food culture of Sydney

This city’s most stimulating cuisine is fusion food where Asian, Middle Eastern, European and Pacific Rim dishes are merged and complimented with home-grown wines. Melbourne has food and wine for every pallet, which can be enjoyed at many restaurants, boutique cafes and bars. You can also opt for award-winning restaurants found along the Sydney Harbor stretch.

Nightlife of Sydney

Sydney’s nightlife is extensive and unwavering. The choice is second to none for all music lovers and sports fans alike with a huge selection of bars, pubs and clubs to choose from. This city is open for everyone and has a cool casual vibe.

Transportation and currency

Sydney has an accessible public transport system ranging from trains, buses, light rail, and ferries. Costs are calculated by distance and you can collect a free Opal smartcard online. Take advantage of traveling on Sundays, where you will be charged just $2 to travel all over the city.

Best time to visit

As one of the world’s most vibrant cities, its social calendar remains busy throughout the year. Festivals, sporting events or carnivals are on the move all year round, making it the ultimate destination. But summer is the peak season i.e. around Christmas, New Year, and early January, when events like Sydney Festival and Mardi Gras attract large crowds of international tourists. You can enjoy the transcendent weather but with the lesser crowd from late September to early December or February to April. if you want cheaper deals and less crowd for your trip, then you should book for the month of July. Look at our flights to Sydney
The weather in Sydney is exactly the opposite from the Northern hemisphere. January, being the hottest month, has an average temperature of 73ºF (23ºC). This temperature is best suited for the beach. But largely speaking, Sydney has sunshine all year round.

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