Sydney is a beautiful Australian city that is loved all over the world for its charming locales and relaxed vibe. Along with Melbourne, Sydney is often referred to as the world’s most liveable city. Not surprisingly, holidaying in Sydney is a dream for many travellers, and why not!  The city has a lot on offer for visitors who fly to Australia in search of a great, unique time.

Here’s a list of all that Sydney offers on the travel platter for people wanting to satiate their wanderlust.



Walking through the plush laneways in Sydney is a fine way of exploring the city. There is a plethora of museums, beaches and markets to explore in Sydney. The most popular tourist attractions in Sydney include the Power House Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, the NSW Art Gallery, Sydney Jewish Museum, and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Apart from walking, the Sydney and Bondi Bus Hop on Hop off Tour is a great way to discover the city and its treasures.


A very popular opera house, a theatre dedicated to rock and roll, and a top jazz venue – Sydney has it all. Enjoying an opera performance at the Sydney Opera House, watching a live show at The State Theatre and revelling in a rock and roll night at the Metro Theatre are some of the city’s top experiences. Sydney Lyric and The Basement in Sydney are two other top-notch venues that regularly host lively performances.


There’s probably not a single cuisine from around the world that you cannot find in Sydney.  The diversity in food choices in the city is really tempting. You can try freshly prepared oysters, prawns and other seafood options at the ‘North Bondi Fish’ restaurant or try the heavy on meat dishes at the ‘Four in Hand’ restaurant. You can also enjoy meals served on various cruise luxury boat restaurants as well.


Victoria Road, Oxford Street and Jersey Road are the hottest places to buy fashion clothing and accessories in the city. You can check ‘The Other Side’ store for plush men’s wear or shop at brands like Haute Hippie, Odd Molly and J Brand at the ‘Come as You Are’ store.  Travellers looking to buy locally produced goods and art pieces can do so at the Rocks Markets on the weekends.

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