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.
Sydney's most popular beach. Soak in the sun, enjoy the crystal clean sea and meet both locals and tourists! A must-visit.
Well-presented and captivating history of Sydney can be found here. The interactive tour begins on the outside and never gets boring.
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.
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.
The historical building in itself is worth the visit, but the nightly stargazing here is simply awesome. Great for kids.
This enormous museum has literally everything in its collection, including some unique gems. Do not miss.
A smaller zoo that presents a good selection from the Australian wildlife. Great family fun.
The giant white building houses extensive collections on all things maritime. When you get bored, step out and explore the ships.
One of the city's landmarks, this majestic cable bridge provides a wonderful scenery and is a perfect photo backdrop.
This elaborate gem is a treat for the eyes. Take the tour and learn about the history of Judaism in Australia and more.
One of the islands in the harbour, this one is small and secluded, but makes for a wonderful picnicking spot.
The tallest building in the city. Climb up to the top and see Sydney spread out underneath you.
The majestic cathedral and its ornate decor make for a wondrous sight. Do not miss especially on Sunday morning when you can hear the bells.
Often called one of the best zoos in the world, and for a good reason. The animal exhibits are astounding and accompanied by great views.