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Sydney, Australia Travel Guide

Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, is a great destination. It has more than 100 beaches and a great climate that is suitable for outdoor activities. There are hotels populating the city, which offer accommodation to visitors.

Great destinations in Sydney include;

Sydney Opera House

The building, which was launched in 1973, is home to dance, classical music, theatre, opera performances, and indoor and outdoor dining activities. Interestingly, it is the most visited tourist attraction site in Australia and is a world heritage site. Tours offered to include backstage, foodie, architectural, and kids’ tours.

Taronga Zoo Sydney

The zoo is situated on the Sydney Harbour shores and has over 5000 animals from 350 different species. Visitors can experience Taronga Zoo through tours, shows, activities, and an overnight safari.


Although Bondi is the most popular beach in Sydney, there are more than 100 beaches in the area. Visitors can snorkel, surf, kayak, and swim. You can also take a long coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee to get fit and experience the breathtaking views.

Royal Botanical Garden

This garden was founded in 1816 and is the oldest botanical garden in Australia. It has a rose, palm grove, and rainforest garden. You can also indulge in an interesting virtual game in one of the many online casino Australia sites as you wait for the waiters to deliver the food you ordered.

Visitors can travel around using;


Buses will transport passengers to any part of the city, including areas without ferry or rail transport.


They operate north to CBD, Harbour to North Sydney, and east to Bondi Junction among others.

Intercity trains

They operate in many destinations such as the Central Coast, South Coast, Blue Mountains, and NSW.


Ferries can transport visitors from Circular Quay in the CBD to Olympic Park, Manly Beach, and Taronga Zoo among others.

Places to stay in Sydney

The Langham

This is a luxury hotel that has 96 guest rooms and suites. It also has expansive terraces and breathtaking views. They also offer pet services.

Ovolo Woolloomooloo

This luxury hotel has spacious guest rooms, a fitness centre, an indoor pool, and perks such as snacks and sweets all day. The hotel is conveniently situated near public means of transport. They offer plant-based dishes and high tea among other meals.

Intercontinental Sydney

Situated inside the Treasury Building, this hotel has a total of 509 guest rooms. 28 of those rooms are luxury suites. From the hotel, you can see beautiful views of the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

Sydney is home to world heritage sites, iconic buildings, and wine regions. From March to May and from September to November, the temperatures are great and there are no huge crowds. Transport like airfare is also cheaper. The peak months are from December to February. The crowds are usually huge and it becomes very expensive to visit the areas.



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