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Sydney attractions


Sydney, the capital of Australian state of New South Wales, is a lively, cosmopolitan city, set around one of the world’s great harbours. The city is vibrant and fast-paced compared to other Australian cities, and has a fine culinary reputation with many restaurants offering great harbour locations. Going on harbour cruises is definitely a great getaway for families and couples who want to see this wonderful city. One of the best cruise destinations is Sydney. Its famous harbour is a perfect destination for people searching for the ultimate vacation. Read the succeeding paragraphs to learn more about Australia's largest city.

 

Top 20 attractions

 

Art Gallery of New South Wales

See some of Australia’s most admired paintings, sculptures and decorative arts as well as some international gems.
 

Australian Museum

Australia’s oldest museum has an excellent collection of cultural and scientific exhibits.
 

Bondi Beach

The crescent of sandy beach, bordered by shops and cafes, is a popular hot summer’s day destination.
 

Chinese Garden and Chinatown

The colourful and vibrant Asian core of the city, with an large range of Asian restaurants and food shops.
 

Hyde Park barracks

An old convict barracks that shows what transportees experienced in the early days.
 

Manly and Oceanworld

View the diverse collection of marine life and a chance to watch sharks being fed.
 

Museum of Contemporary Art

Cutting-edge contemporary art from Australia and around the world featured in permanent and temporary displays.
 

National Maritime Museum

Australia’s largest maritime museum plots the nation’s marine history and includes a moored submarine.
 

Paddington

For an architectural experience, walk the backstreets of this suburb of terraced houses.
 

Powerhouse Museum

One of Australia’s best collections of technology and decorative arts can be found here.
 

The Rocks

The nation’s birthplace has much of its old architecture and many laneways that invite exploration.
 

Royal Botanic Gardens and the Domain

Stroll among one of the world’s most splendidly situated plant collections and relax on the lawns with a picnic.
 

Sydney Aquarium and Darling Harbour

Home to an impressive display of sharks and rays, and marine life from the Great Barrier Reef.
 

Sydney Harbour

The iconic centrepiece of the city and the point from which the main city attractions are referenced.
 

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Climb this icon for 360-degree views of the city and the thrill of saying you’ve been to the top and back.
 

Sydney Olympic Park

Home of the 2000 Olympics and now a focal point for sports of all kinds.
 

Sydney Opera House

This world architectural icon is the centre of Sydney’s theatre, dance, opera and symphonic performance.
 

Sydney Tower and Oztrek

Come on a fine day for the views, stay for a meal, and dare to take the Oztrek experience.
 

Taronga Zoo

Home to the full range of Australia’s wildlife, plus views of the harbour and CBD.
 

Vaucluse House and Vaucluse

Heritage-listed mansion, set in well-tended gardens, at the centre of an exclusive harbourside suburb.

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