7 Places You Must See in and Around Sydney

Have you decided to visit Sydney? If you have, you made the right choice. It’s certainly one of the most exciting cities in the world. And, since we want you to experience it to the fullest, we have prepared a list of 7 must-visit places there.

1. Ocean Pools

Ocean Pools Sydney

One of the things you shouldn’t miss is swimming in amazing ocean pools on Bondi beach. You will have the opportunity to enjoy the picturesque scenery and relax while swimming surrounded by the ocean. However, not only can you swim, but you can also use other services of the facility, including the sauna and the gym. And, if you want to get the ultimate experience, you can also book a yoga class. On top of that, these pools are absolutely affordable, since the entrance fee is only $6.50.

2. Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo Sydney

Taronga Zoo has one of the most beautiful locations in the city and it boasts a magnificent harbour view. At this place, you will enjoy authentic native wildlife and discover various animal species, including pygmy hippos, komodo dragons, koalas, and platypuses. If you have children, they will absolutely adore this place. In order to make your visit even more memorable, you can stay for a seal performance, and enjoy this amusing show.

3. Camp Cove

Camp Cove Sydney
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Even though the Bondi Beach is the most famous one, the Camp Cove has also a lot to offer, since it’s very intimate and favourite both to families and topless sunbathers. This is the perfect place to spend a day lying and soaking up the sun. The beach is located north of Watsons Bay. However, you shouldn’t be worried about the distance between your destinations, since you can go for a coach hire in Sydney. And, especially if you go with a group of people, the cost is absolutely affordable. Your task is only to enjoy yourself while visiting your favourite locations one after another.

4. Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbor Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the landmarks of the city. However, it’s not just enough to visit it, you have to climb it. Yes, you heard it right! This is actually a very popular activity among tourists, so, don’t miss it. Once you’re on top, you will be rewarded with a panoramic view of the entire city. Even though it’s true that the tickets for this kind of adventure are a bit pricier, an experience like this one is certainly unique and, thus, it’s worth every penny.

5. Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park Sydney is an amusement park located at the northern shore of Sydney Harbor at Milsons Point. It has a rich offer of roller coaster rides appealing to the people of all ages. Aside from this, you can book a Ferris Wheel carriage and experience first class dining under the stars. If you visit Sydney during the holidays, Luna Park Sydney invites you to the New Year’s Celebration. You will enjoy unlimited rides, bar and dining outlets, followed by wonderful fireworks at midnight.

6. Take the Bondi to Coogee Walk

Bondi to Coogee walk Sydney

The Bondi to Coogee Walk is a six- kilometer long coastal walk, which will provide you with a dreamy view, and what’s best is that this enjoyment is completely free. You will walk by Waverley Cemetery, past Clovelly Bowls Club and on to Coogee, where you will be rewarded with an opportunity to relax and enjoy the beautiful ocean scenery while drinking cocktails in some of the popular Coogee Beach bars. However, if you are a sportsperson, this is the right place for you to try out surfing.

7. The Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is certainly one of the most famous architectural designs in the whole world. This remarkable building is visited by 1.2 million people every year, who come to enjoy some of the performances, which the Opera House hosts regularly. However, if you aren’t an opera fan, you should at least take a tour and discover its main halls, which cherish a long history and various thrilling stories about the past times and events that took place at this awe-inspiring historic landmark.

As you can see, there are so many places to visit and things to do in this beautiful metropolis, and we are certain that once you come here, you will wish to stay forever.

The following post is a guest post by Roxana, an adventure-loving traveler from Sydney

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