Sydney’s Attractions: Not Only for Tourists
Ink Well Mag February 2, 2018
Sydney has a lot to offer to its 4 million residents and tourists that visit the City each year. From its famous beaches, city attractions, beautiful harbours, and world-renowned landmarks, there is a lot to captivate any adventure seeker in the country. Here are the top activities you should not leave out on your list of things to do when you’re touring Sydney.
Visit Darling Harbour
Many visitors prefer the Harbour because of the many activities and attractions found there. One of its main attractions is the LG IMAX Theatre Sydney, which is the largest in the world. The Australian National Maritime Museum is also another attraction you should not miss on Darling Harbour. It is also home to many restaurants and shops. If you are travelling as a group, you can hire a minibus in Sydney to take you around Darling Harbour.
Tour the Sydney Harbour Bridge
One of the most notable landmarks in the City, it is also the world’s largest arch bridge. You can climb the inner or outer arch of the bridge, which could take between 2 and 4 hours. The climb offers an unforgettable experience, offering visitors a panoramic view of the beaches, the city and the Opera House.
Go to Coogee Beach
For those who prefer less populated beaches, Coogee beach
is an ideal choice. Although smaller than other beaches, walking from Bondi Beach to Coogee is a favourite pastime for many residents. Many of them also swim, sunbathe and snorkel. The beach is ideal for travellers who want to spend time with their children because it is less populated and the waters are calmer. You will also find quality eateries, shops, and volleyball courts on this beach.
Sydney offers a lot both to casual travellers and longtime residents. Whether you want world-class entertainment, breath-taking adventure, or a relaxing day at the beach, Sydney has everything for everyone.