Sydney's most famous landmark. An absolute must - visit a performance here, take the tour or enjoy the architecture from outside.
One of Sydney's best-known sights whose imposing arch can't be overlooked. This majestic architectural gem is a must.
This vibrant place witnessed the first landing of the British in Australia. Nowadays it's a lively area.
A magical garden revered by both the locals and the tourists. Do not miss this marvellous gem while in Sydney.
A historical landmark and shopping Mecca at the same time. The splendid 19th-century building holds everything from clothes to food.
Sydney's most popular beach. Soak in the sun, enjoy the crystal clean sea and meet both locals and tourists! A must-visit.
This cultural complex draws millions of visitors every year. It holds outstanding museums, cultural venues and headquarters.
Well-presented and captivating history of Sydney can be found here. The interactive tour begins on the outside and never gets boring.
Your typical observation deck features a blast: glass cube that slides out of the building! An unforgettable experience.
This stunning Gothic revival building is a real gem. Note the stone heads on the spires and the unusual stained glass windows.
The vast park is used as a venue for many events and hides many intriguing sights, such as the speakers' corner.
The oldest house in all of Sydney with almost 200 years of history offers unique opportunity to experience the beginnings of colonies in Australia.
This busy boulevard combines historical architecture, luxurious stores and business. Worth the visit if you're nearby.
Historically the very first shopping arcade in the city. It retains its glitz and beauty - at least go for window shopping here.
This beautiful historical building is the main transportation hub of Melbourne and popular meeting spot. Landmark of the city.
This amazing historical mall still works as a shopping centre and provides a unique experience with its elegant atmosphere.
You can find all kinds of entertainment in this vibrant part of the city. Dive in and enjoy the fun.
Popular botanical garden with truly impressive layout and amazing variety of species. Relax in this green paradise.
The historical building in itself is worth the visit, but the nightly stargazing here is simply awesome. Great for kids.
The oldest Chinatown in Australia, its establishment dates back to the Victorian gold rush. Culturally rich place with lots of food spots.
This enormous museum has literally everything in its collection, including some unique gems. Do not miss.