Sydney is one of the most prominent destinations in the world where tourist throng from all over the globe. It is pretty thrilling place to be in winter, with totally fun-filled events, celebrations and festivals to ignite the season. There are lots of things to see and do like world-class events, big shopping centers and some of Australia’s best dining experience over there.
There are numbers of best places are located in Sydney which you can’t see on a short tour, so that’s why I am going to share the best places which are must see whenever you travel to Sydney.
The Sydney Opera House
Your tour is not complete to Sydney until and unless you can’t see this famous place of it. The Opera House can be found on Sydney Harbour's Bennelong Point at the northeastern tip of the Sydney CBD and is surrounded on three sides by the harbour, and is frequently seen in pictures and postcards along with the nearby Sydney Harbour Bridge, both of which usually combine to provide an overall representation of the Sydney Harbour panorama.
Jenolan Caves is pretty good and perfect for a family weekend outing or holiday activity, passes are available that provide admission to any show cave tour of your choice including the Chifley, majestic, Orient, Lucas, Temple of Baal, Imperial-Diamond and River caves that are all abundant in impressive calcite formations of both stalactites and stalagmites which sometimes approach a beautiful, pearly-white color and are amazing to see.
Sydney Aquarium is one of the best places to see and explore the real beauty under the sea. An underwater adventure in which you'll be able to walk and explore the rich and varied aquatic life and habitats of Australia's ocean-dwelling animals, Sydney Aquarium is located in a suitable location near Sydney Harbour's Circular Quay making accessing it a breeze due to all the available transport options.
National Maritime Museum
The National Maritime Museum in Sydney has so many outstanding displays being displayed in such an impressive manner that people of all point of views are likely to find it a highly worthwhile investment of time while in Sydney. As can be assumed from its name, the museum details the history of the nautical stories of Australia as a whole and Sydney specifically ranging back from the arrival of the first settlers through to the various military actions that the Australian navy has been occupied in throughout the course of their existence.
Bondi Beach is one of Australia's most famous beaches and well-known worldwide. Each year tens of thousands of people, from backpackers to billionaires, take to the golden sands of this wide, one-kilometre long city beach expanse to walk, jog, or just soak up the sun. Being only 10 kilometres from the city centre, Bondi Beach is one of Sydney’s busiest beaches. There’s a host of events held here all year round from community art shows to city to surf running marathons.