Anyone arriving on flights to Sydney could make use of one of the new passes available for some of the city’s best attractions.

People who have booked flights to Sydney with the intention of visiting all the sights of the city may find a new pass for some of its visitor attractions is useful.While landmarks such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge can be viewed free of charge, other places of interest – including the aquarium and wildlife world – are not so cheap.

But the Sydney Attractions Group has come up with a host of entry options to allow visitors to enjoy all that these locations have to offer.

For travellers in the city, the Explore4 Pass is probably the best option. Adults will pay AU$49.99 (£29.16) for a ticket which gives them one entry into the Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Wildlife World, Oceanworld Manly and Sydney Tower.

Children’s passes are available for AU$29.99 so families can enjoy all of the sights and sounds of the city together.

This July, the Aquarium will be launching its Shark HQ exhibit providing a host of information and displays relating to these amazing marine creatures and their conservation.

Earlier this year, the attraction introduced dolphinfish – which reach 1.2m when fully grown – to its Mermaid Lagoon tank.

Written by Erin Marshall

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