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Top 10 Interesting Things to Do While in Sydney

By June 2, 2016May 1st, 2017No Comments

Sydney is one of the most beautiful tourist attractions in Australia. The very name of the city carries a ring of beauty, of majesty to it. In this short post, we’ll provide ten reasons why Sydney is the place to be when it comes to Australia. If you’re planning on visiting this country/continent, you will see why this place should definitely go on your bucket list. Our company has been proudly serving Sydney with quality landscaping services for over 10 years.

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#10 – Fireworks Every Night

Yes, Sydney has fireworks every night, throughout the four seasons of the year. Situated at Darling Harbour, the kickoff is at 9 pm between 8 October and 2 April of the following year. After that, during Australia’s fall and winter months, the start time is 8 30 pm, from 9 April to 1 October. Bring your cell phones or cameras, and take some of the most beautiful pictures, and create memories that will last a lifetime! Fireworks are free on Saturday, by the way.


#9 – Go to the Rocks

The area is ideal for taking pictures f the Harbour Bridge, but the area also has its share of shops, cafes, and bars. Every Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday check out the markets.


#8 – Participate in the Sydney Harbor Bridge Climb

 At the summit of this bridge, you can take pictures of this wonderful city.


#7 – Meet the Native Animals

Visit the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and Wild Life Sydney Zoo. See the kangaroos, koala bears, Tasmanian Devils and a lot more of the wildlife this part of the world has to offer. The prices are relatively inexpensive for these adventures, about 40 to no more than 45 dollars. Go to the Sea Life Aquarium where you’ll meet sharks, dugongs, and nemos.


#6 – Venture off to the Blue Mountains

This is a World Heritage Listed tourist attraction, according to, and has many walking trails, wildlife, and a steep, scenic railway. A great place to take pictures of nature.


#5 – Take the Bondi to the Coogie Coastal Walk

Catch a train to the Bondi Junction, the site celebrated in song by Canadian musician Peter Foldy back in 1973. Take a connecting bus to the Bondi Beach. Check out the shops there, and buy all the souvenirs you can possibly afford. Or take a trip to the cafes there, and schedule a swim.


#4 – Explore Manly Beach

It has a number of hidden beaches, plus the small town of Manly itself. Again, you can go here and explore cafes, shops you can travel to.


#3 – Take Lots of Pictures from the Sydney Tower Eye

Yes, you must get tickets to this attraction, and they are not free. But they are inexpensive, and it will be well worth whatever you have to spend as you get to see the city from a 360-degree angle. This place is great for people who like to take pictures.


#2 – Go down to the Circular Quay, the home of the Sydney Opera House

Take pictures of the landmark, and seize the chance to listen to the street performers, and visit the cafes and restaurants along the quay.


#1 – Go Ferrying!

Purchase day tickets to ride the ferries that travel through the city on a daily basis. Enjoy the major tourist attractions of the city, such as the Museum of Contemporary Arts, and the World Heritage Listed Customs House Building. Also, there’s a boat that can ferry you to the Opera House, if that’s one place you’ve always wanted to explore.