Explore Sydney: A Vibrant Travel Destination
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The Sydney Opera House is definitely a must-see. Located right next to the Royal Botanic Gardens, you can visit while walking along the bay.

It is impossible to miss the famous Harbour Bridge, an important metal arch bridge that allows pedestrians, vehicles and trains to cross the Sydney Harbour. Visible from many vantage points, especially from The Rocks, we recommend that you see it when it lights up at dusk… it is even more beautiful.

Looking for a touch of nature in the city? Look no further than the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney! This over 30-hectare botanical garden stretches along the Sydney Harbour to the Opera House.

The park showcases a variety of Australian flora and is home to a range of bird species, including the well-known kookaburra and its distinctive song, as well as the stunning white and yellow-crested cockatoos, and the iconic ibis.

It’s a great spot to unwind, take a walk, or have a picnic with friends. Enjoy a tranquil natural garden in the heart of the big city.

The most famous beach in Australia is undoubtedly Bondi Beach. Accessible by bus in 30 minutes from the city centre, Bondi Beach could be reminiscent of Venice Beach in California. Australians are very sporty and it is not uncommon to see bodybuilders in full form at Bondi Beach.

In the main street, Campbell Parade, you will have the choice between a multitude of restaurants (vegan, Asian, fast food, etc.).

Bondi Beach is also well known for its seawater pool “Bondi Icebergs Pool”, its street art, its skate park and its famous walk from Bondi to Coogee. Bondi is probably the favourite beach of tourists and surfers. You feel like you’re on holiday right away.

To the east of Sydney you will find Watsons Bay Harbour, a relaxed atmosphere with a beautiful view of the Harbour. Take a walk to the Hornby Lighthouse, with its incredible view of the ocean. While discovering Watsons Bay, you will have the opportunity to see many small beaches like Lady Jane Beach, Lady Bay Beach, Camp Cove Beach, etc.

Manly Beach, north-east of Sydney. Manly Beach, like many beaches in Sydney, is also a beach for surfers. The city of Manly is a pleasant place to walk around and is full of restaurants and ice cream shops. We advise you to go to Shelly Beach, a very beautiful beach where you can dive with your mask and snorkel.

A 6 km hike that you can start from Coogee or from Bondi. This beautiful walk along the ocean will take you to many of Sydney’s most famous beaches: Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly, Gordons Bay and Coogee. Stunning views of the ocean and the houses that line Sydney await you!

This garden is located in the north of Sydney, it has been entirely designed by a lady named Wendy. After the death of her husband in 1992, she decided to create her own garden to help her grieve. Since then, this garden has been maintained by volunteers, it is free to visit and will immerse you in the deepest nature with its birds and plants native to Australia, as well as a beautiful view of Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge.