Sydney is the name of the most popular city in the continent of Australia. The city is located in the east coast of the Kangaroo Continent and is the capital of the state of New South Wales. The city which is famous for its modern harbor is listed as one of the most expensive cities in the world. Nevertheless, Mercer Quality of Living Survey in 2018 includes Sydney in the top 10 cities with the best quality of life.
In terms of tourism, Sydney is the modern side of Australia. The city offers modern destinations that are primarily centered in the port area. One of the main reasons for flight tickets in Sydney often runs out during holidays is because of the curiosity of tourists towards the Sydney Opera House which is indeed an icon of this city.
The level of visitors entering the Sydney city every year is always high. The entrance to the city by airplane has two entrances namely Sydney Airport as the busiest airport in Australia and Bankstown Airport which serves general flights, tours and charter.
Sydney is one of the tourist centers in the Kangaroo Continent. Travelers usually buy flight tickets to Sydney to visit the following popular destinations:
Location: Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000.
Sydney Opera House is an Australian icon as well as the main attraction in Sydney Harbor. Tourists can visit this UNESCO World Heritage site for a tour accompanied by a guide or watching for themselves a various world-class art performances played every day. Towards evening, visitors often visit and have a romantic dining experience accompanied by views of the harbor at the Opera Bar or Opera Kitchen.
Location: 7 kilometers from Sydney CBD.
This most popular beach in Australia is a world tourism icon. Its beauty combines blue sea with sexy waves, white sand, rock cliffs, and city views always managed to tempt tourists from anywhere to enliven Sydney. Until now, one of the oldest surfing clubs in the world has become the most sought after tourist on this beach. Bondi Icebergs and Bondi Baths, which are one of the oldest beachfront pools in the world, are also another main targets here.
Location: Bradleys Head Road Mosman, NSW 2088.
Tourists are willing to cross the sea for 12 minutes from the city center to reach this place. This zoo is home to more than 4,000 animals, including rare Australian endemic animals. In addition to see the behavior of animals in a well-preserved habitat, tourists can also take pictures closely and feed the Koala, the lazy and clingy animal that become the most favorited animal in the continent.
The Sydney city is recognized as the culinary capital of Australia. In this city, tourists can try various Australian specialties and popular world foods with a special atmosphere. The proof is here.
Location: Macquarie Street Lower Concourse Level, Sydney Opera House Sydney, NSW 2000.
Open daily, 10:00 - 00:00 (weekend only opens at 09:00).
The Opera Bar is one of the best restaurants in Sydney that offers an upscale dining experience with seaside views. This restaurant presents a selection menu from Chef Matt Moran. The delicacy of fine dining with the best views from the Sydney Opera House is also the reason why many people call it the "Best Beer Garden In The World".
Location: 120 Ramsgate Avenue Sydney, AU-NSW 2026.
Open daily, 12:00 - 00:00.
North Bondi Fish offers dining on the edge of the famous Bondi Beach. This restaurant serves a tropical flavor with a superior menu of seafood and modern Australian and New Zealand food. The food is known to be very good because the restaurant manager only uses the best raw materials from local providers.
Location: 176 Cumberland St, Sydney NSW 2000.
Open daily, 17:00 - 00:00 (Friday and Saturday open 16:00 - 01:00).
Expressing itself as the most iconic cocktail bar in Sydney, Blu Bar on 36 offers an amazing dinner experience from a height. This restaurant is located on the 36th floor of the Shangri-La Sydney Hotel, displaying 360-degree panoramas directly overlooking Sydney Harbor. The guests usually come from family groups, work colleagues and partners. If you come here with your partner, make sure you choose a seat facing directly to the Sydney Opera House.