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Fancy A Trip to Sydney, Australia?

By Yvonne Ejiofor 14 November 2017   |   5:00 pm

Sydney one of the most popular city of Australia, if you ever visit Sydney than Harbor Bridge and Opera House will forever feed up in your mind. Both of them are icon of Australia and one of the most interesting places to visit in Sydney.

But Sydney is not about Harbor Bridge or Opera House only. The capital of South Wales has a number of places to explore and to witness. You can plan for 3 days journey or more to enjoy with your family.

Here are a few locations you could visit.


Bondi Beach
The beach is one of the great beaches ever God’s created. You can do many things here like sunbathing, surfing and even it is safe for your children to swim. If you are new to surfing, don’t be ashamed, the beach is a perfect place for learners.

Bondi Beach Sydney
After enjoying the golden sand and playing with its turquoise water, you can walk around to find excellent restaurants or else, just go to Bondi to Coogee coastal walk that offers spectacular ocean views. Indeed, the beach attracts numbers of tourists throughout the year.

Harbor Bridge and Opera House


In this place, no doubt, you will see the natural beauty of Sydney. Look around the area of Sydney Harbor and find an astonishing range of native animals. While in Harbor Bridge, a dramatic water panorama will force you to be speechless especially during sunset.

The Opera House is a different story. The most distinctive 20th century building will attract you not only for its dramatic architecture, but it is the busiest place in Sydney for performing arts. More than seven million people visit the site each year.
The Rock
If you want to know the history of this city, you can pay a visit to the Rock. It is a very popular place for the tourists. Find a variety of souvenir and craft shops as well as themed and historic pubs. Explore the place by walking distance only to see some historical buildings like Cadman’s cottage, Sydney Observatory and the Dawes Battery

Tower Skywalk
This is the tallest building in Sydney and the second in Australia. Like the name, it is an open air at a height of 260m above ground level. From this point, you can see the Blue Mountain. The Skywalk becomes one of popular places to visit in Sydney.
While you are at the top, look down through the glass floor, and you will see a bird’s eye perspective of the lively city below.

Well, at least, once you are in Sydney, you will have a complete package of vacation that will entertain the whole family, and remember, a day or two will not be enough.


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