Romantic , Beaches , Gardens and Parks , Nature , Museums
Sydney, a city of harbours, is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia. Experience the beaches, nature, cuture, fashion and water activities here. Syney houses the iconic structures, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Experiences Spells
Experiences Spells
Royal Botanic Garden
Royal Botanic Garden, located at the edge of the Sydney Harbour, is a peaceful space surrounded by thousands of plant and wildlife, also presenting spectacular view of Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Family and Kids . Gardens and Parks event_available january - december
Art Gallery of New South Wales
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is Australia’s foremost cultural institutions housing collections of Indigenous art and works from Asia. Do visit if you are a Art Lover.
Art Galleries . Museums event_available january - december
Darling Harbour
Darling Harbour is the largest dining, shopping and entertainment area of sydney, lined with many interesting attractions such as the SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, the WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Cockle Bay and King Street Wharf famous for nightclubs, wine bars and bistros.
Sailing Trips . Bridges event_available january - december
Sydney Harbour
Among Tourists, Sydney Harbor is famous for sailing, swimming, diving and strolling around. Sydney Harbour is surrounded by many historic sites and national parks which makes it a major attraction in Sydney. Fort Denison, Shark, Clark, Rodd, Goat and Cockatoo Islands are few of the popular islands in Sydney Harbour.
Sailing Trips . Bridges . Iconic Sites event_available january - december
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House is an iconic venue located in Sydney Harbour and conducts world-class performances in opera, ballet, classical and modern music, contemporary dance, theatre etc. Travelers take guided tours to get the "behind the scene' peek and listen to the fascinating stories of the Opera House.
Monuments . Modern Buildings . Architecture event_available september - november .
Manly Beach
Manly Beach with golden sand and popular as a paradise for the surfers is one of the best beaches of Sydney. Few of the highlights are the Corso, pedestrian-only main street; velvet-like golden sand; surf school; The Cabbage Tree Bay Eco-Sculpture Walk .
Water Sports . Beaches . Surfing . Snorkeling . Relaxing event_available january - february . september - december
Australian National Maritime Museum
At Australian National Maritime Museum, you can discover explorers and navigators, climb aboard tall ships, inspect inside a submarine and a destroyer, and learn about naval history. An interesting visit for people of all age.
Archaeology . Maritime . Museums event_available january - december
The Rocks Sydney
At the rocks you can explore the history of Sydney, charmed with cobbled laneways, cafes and oldest pubs. The Rocks earlier was settlement of convicts, soldiers, sailors and street gangs, and evolved into a modern precinct gradually. The best way to explore this area is on a bike which can be rented.
History and Culture . Tours and Walks . Historical Tours event_available march - may . september - november .
Bondi to Coogee Beach Walk
Bondi to Coogee Beach Walk starts at Bondi Icebergs swimming club and ends at Coogee, on the way you can explore attractions such as Tamarama lined with old sculptures, ocean pools, snorkeling at Gordon’s Bay and Waverly Cemetery.
Hiking . Outdoor Activities . Beaches event_available january - february . september - december
Hyde Park Barracks Museum
Hyde Park Barracks Museum is a popular convict site once use to house 15,000 male convicts. Here you can explore the convict experience. Also, shop for books, toys, games and gifts inspired by convict and colonial times.
Museums . Historic Houses event_available january - december