Quite popular for the Opera House, Harbour Bridge and untouched beaches, Sydney is one of the most favoured holiday destinations. While most travellers cover the major tourist attractions, only a handful of them manage to discover the hidden gems and the best kept secrets of this city. Avid travellers, who are planning to visit the Harbour City anytime soon, should set time aside for the secret places stated below. They’ll startle you with their beauty and distinctiveness.

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Explore the Sydney Fish Market

Located on the Blackwattle Bay, Sydney Fish Market is a must-visit Sydney icon for tourists. It gives an exclusive opportunity for travellers to experience the vibe of a local Sydney market. Interestingly, this is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. Business begins as early as 5:30 AM when buyers start arriving to check the day’s catch.

Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

The Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park allows people to observe an attractive combination of coastline bush land and ancient Aboriginal rock impressions. Interestingly, more than 800 Aboriginal sites have been found in the park till date. Most of the park’s attractions are accessible only by way of walking tracks. Visitors can spend almost a day bushwalking, cycling and fishing here.

Redleaf Beach

Redleaf Beach is truly a hidden gem! Not visible from the road, this beautiful beach can be reached only through a vibrant garden. There’s a large safe swimming area for children and a superb café on the hill. Redleaf Beach is a favourite amongst locals as it is one of the city’s nearest natural swimming destinations. 

Fairy Bower Pool, Manly

Built in 1929 for saltwater bathing, Fairy Bower is one of the smallest rock pools of Sydney. It is roughly triangular in shape and the sculptures that sit along the rocky edges are called ‘The Sea Nymphs’ or ‘The Oceanides’. There are two fresh water showers by the pool and changing rooms for men and women in the shed nearby. This destination is apt for people who wish to relax under the sun.

Lane Cove National Park

Lane Cove National Park is an attractive pocket of bushland that lies on either side of the tranquil Lane Cove River. During autumn, the park becomes a favourite picnic spot, while during spring, it comes alive in a riot of colours. If you like canoeing and walking, you should definitely visit the Lane Cove National Park.

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