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.
When to visit:
january - december
00:00 - 23:59 Everyday
Sydney Harbour is one of the world's most famous waterways, with landmark Sydney Harbour Bridge as heritage listed. Apart from the iconic bridge, Sydney Harbour is also known for sailing, swimming, diving and walking around its foreshore.
Sydney Harbour is surrounded by sparkling water and historic sites such as Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Things to do:
- Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge for unforgettable panoramic views Swim at idyllic harbour beaches - Try harbour's water sports: Stand up Paddleboarding, Kayaking - Attend the light and music festivals: Few of them are: Ney Year's Eve Fireworks, Australia Day, Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race - Take Sydney Harbor Cruises
How to reach Train: T1 Bus: 227, 269, 311, 392, 653, X92
Nearest Bus Stations: Broughton St At Pitt St, Kirribilli Ave Opp Jeffrey St, Milsons Point Wharf Alfred St, Olympic Dr Before Alfred St
Sydney Harbour Bridge The Rocks New South Wales Australia 2000