Interesting Places to Visit in Sydney
Is it any wonder why Australia has become one of the most popular destinations for tourists and holiday makers from across the globe? The gigantic expanse of the country is home to some of the world’s most stunning sights, exotic creatures and beautiful regions imaginable; so how can you be sure to make the most of your trip to the land down under?
With so many things to see and do, it’s no surprise that holiday makers and locals alike often feel overwhelmed with the sheer scale of the things to see. Australia is simply so large that it even has particular regions that geologists say have never been touched by human hands. So let’s take a look at some of the most interesting places to visit within Sydney, the heart and soul of this awe-inspiring country.
Coastal Cliff Walk
If it’s a bit of nature and tranquillity that you’re after, then the stunning formation of cliffs between Bondi and Coogee might be right up your street. Set within the Sydney suburbs and running the length of 6km, you’ll experience rushing waves, inspiring tree formations and more, all from the comfort of a safely positioned pathway that runs the entire length of the location.
Sydney Opera House
Perhaps you prefer a little bit of hustle and bustle during your trips? If that’s the case, then the Sydney Opera House is the ideal location for you. Situated within Sydney Harbour, you’ll be able to enjoy a drink and a bite to eat at any of the numerous restaurants and bars along the front, before making your way in to the opera house itself for a show or event.
A Steady Incline
The Sydney Harbour Bridge boasts one of the steepest (yet entirely safe) inclines of any bridge in the world. So why not try your hand at traversing the ladders, steps and walkways along the bridge to reach the peak? Once there, you’ll have an amazing view of Sydney and the surrounding areas that will take your breath away.
Clovelly Bowling Club
If it’s relaxation and respite that you’re intending to experience on your trip, then the world renowned Clovelly Bowling Club should be a priority. On the outskirts of Sydney, the bowling club itself has played host to more celebrities and a-listers than you could shake a stick at. Being situated just across from the ocean is a great way to relax during your friendly game of bowls and there are several eateries in the area too.
Australia is well-known for its shark activity, but don’t risk the waters unnecessarily; why not visit the Manly Sea Life Sanctuary in Sydney instead? You’ll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the man-eating beauties, before finishing up and visiting any number of the local restaurants and cafes situated within the sanctuary. This is by far one of the most exhilarating and adventurous trips you could plan!