Located on Australia’s east coast, Sydney is the gateway to Australia for many international visitors and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, parks and world-class restaurants.
Circular Quay is located between Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, beside The Rocks shopping precinct, and is the starting point for sightseeing and ferry trips to nearby islands, bays and beaches. Catch a ferry across to world-renowned beaches in Manly and Bondi, visit native wildlife at Taronga Zoo or nip across to Watsons Bay to indulge in Doyles’ famous fish and chips.
Royal Botanic Gardens
The Royal Botanic Gardens are on Sydney Harbour next to the Sydney Opera House. Spectacular stretches of breathtaking horticulture, glimpses of the iconic Sydney skyline and the perfect tranquil location for a picnic with a view.
Walk down cobblestone alleyways among historic buildings to discover a flurry of local markets each weekend at The Rocks. Located under Harbour Bridge, the area is ideal for gift shopping with an array of souvenir shops, jewellery boutiques and art galleries.
Discover a host of attractions at nearby Darling Harbour including Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo, Madame Tussauds and IMAX Theatre. Take a journey of discovery with underwater adventures, koala encounters, kangaroo walkabouts and 3D movie experiences.
More ideas can be found at Sydney.com