- Departure period
- 18 Sep 2018 to 31 Jul 2019
- Stay duration
- 0 day / 3 months
- Book by
- 30 Sep 2018
- Flight Operator
- Flight class
- Economy Class
- Trip Type
- Round Trip
Take the ferry from Circular Quay to the Taronga Zoo, home to thousands of species; from exotic gorillas, leopards, chimpanzees, giraffes, to Australia’s native kangaroos and koalas. With scheduled talks and events throughout the day, and the Roar & Snore sleepover in safari-style tents, there’s plenty to do for visitors of all ages.
Take in views of the stunning Sydney Opera House – the iconic music, arts, and performance venue – and delve into its history with the Backstage Tour. Nearby Harbour Bridge, offers a BridgeClimb expedition, for mesmerising vistas of the city, from high atop the superstructure.
Sydney's early days are still visible in The Rocks, a charming mix of cobblestone streets and quaint cul-de-sacs. The historic precinct draws in both visitors and locals with its museums, galleries, lively bars and weekend markets, and harbour views.
Beaches are an intrinsic feature of the Australia’s natural landscape, and Sydney can contest for the best. Take a tranquil walk along the coastal trail linking the well-known Bondi and Coogee beaches and be rewarded with endless ocean views, hidden swimming spots, and welcoming local cafés.
Central Sydney will sate your palate with its myriad dining options: Quay has long been recognised as one of the best restaurants in the world, with stunning views of Sydney Harbour. Australian Restaurant of the Year winner, Sepia, features contemporary Japanese-inspired cuisine. Rockpool, famed for its fusion Asian flavours, is an established favourite.
A ferry ride to Manly remains one of Sydney’s signature experiences – if you prefer taking in the views at your own pace, opt for a private yacht. A number of companies, including Sydney By Sail, offer charters with crew service, so you can sail around the harbour in comfort.