Sydney is home to some of Australia’s most iconic landmarks – Fireworks over Harbour Bridge to ring in the New Year, the Opera House, the Darling Harbour, and Bondi Beach. With an energy all its own, one could well say that the city lives outdoors – along its harbourside, its golden beach and the many national parks encircling it. The ‘Bondi Bubble’ is minutes away from the city center, bustling with cafés, restaurants, surfers and scenic trailheads.This dazzling metropolis with its rich multicultural heritage is always ready to try new cuisines and restaurants, different genres of music and eclectic street art. Explore the Royal Botanic Garden and the Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, or take lazy ferry rides along the coastline. Climb atop the Sydney Harbour Bridge, nicknamed the ‘Coathanger’, or ride the elevators up to Sydney Tower Eye, the tallest local building, for 360-degree views of this stunning city.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
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Places: Melbourne (1 day) → Apollo Bay (1) → Port Campbell (1) → Halls Gap (2) → Robe (1) → Penneshaw (1) → Kangaroo Island (1) → Adelaide (1) → Penneshaw (1)
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Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney - MGallery Collection is an elegant boutique accommodation housed within a former hospital complex. Boasting a historic downtown location in The Rocks district, enjoy close proximity to Sydney's popular attractions including the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
Ovolo 1888 Darling Harbour in Sydney, set in a converted wool store built in 1888, offers an eclectic blend of the old and the new. Expect short walks to the Convention Centre light rail station, the Sydney Fish Market and the Harbourside ferry station on Cockle Bay.