One of Australia’s largest cities and capital of New South Wales, Sydney is best known for its harbour front Opera House, with a distinctive sail-like design. With a population of about 5,131,326 million people, Sydney is the most populous metropolitan/urban area in Australia.

Top 5 Tourist attractions in Sydney.

  1. Sydney Opera House. The most distinctive landmark in Sydney, the Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre. Renowned as one of the world’s most creative and busiest performing arts centres and greatest triumphs of modern architecture, the Opera House is home to about 1600 performances each year including ballet, opera, theatre, dance, comedy, music, kid’s shows, talks, etc. the Opera House was constructed by about 10,000 workers and was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 20th October, 1973. The Grand Organ in the house was built for a period of 10 years, and is the largest musical instrument in the world with 10, 154 pipes. Your trip to Sydney will not be complete without a visit to this breath-taking architectural masterpiece.
  2. Taronga Zoo. Located 15 minutes ferry ride away from Circular Quay in Sydney, New South Wales, it was officially opened on 7th October, 1916. The Taronga Zoo is home to over 4,000 animals, including Australia’s native wildlife as well as rare and endangered exotic animals. The Zoo has been involved with the conservation of the Fijian Crested Iguana since establishing a captive breeding group in 1984, and the first field conservation program in 1999.
  3. Bondi Beach. The Bondi beach is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches. The beach is home to one of the oldest surf lifesaving clubs in the world, and one of Australia’s oldest swimming clubs, the Bondi Icebergs. Bondi beach is famous for its glistering ocean, pristine sands, reliable surf and seaside spirit, as well as its laid back coastal lifestyle, café culture, boutiques and shops. On a busy day, the Bondi beach can have over 50,000 people on it. Visiting Sydney, we recommend visiting this beautiful beach to catch some fun in the midst of some of the happiest people in the world.
  4. Australian Museum. The Australian Museum is the oldest museum in Australia. Established in 1827, the museum has been at the forefront of scientific research, collection and education for more than 185 years. The museum offers permanent galleries including the popular Dinosaurs exhibit, temporary and touring exhibition, and has a collection of more than 18 million objects spanning culture and natural history. Discover Australia’s animals, and stories of indigenous Australians by visiting this great tourist attraction.
  5. Bridge Climb Sydney. See Sydney at its very best! The Bridge Climb Sydney provides climb experience to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It’s on record that over 3.5 million visitors from about 137 different countries have climbed the southern half of the bridge. From the bridge’s fascinating take-off point to its summit, (134 metres above the Harbour), the bridge parades itself as the very pride of Sydney. If you are visiting Sydney, we recommend you visit this great tourist attraction to experience a climb of your life.

Top 5 Restaurants in Sydney.

  1. Thai Pothong
  2. Friggitoria
  3. Flavour of India
  4. William Blue Dinning
  5. The Ternary

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