There are countless ways to undertake it, but however you choose, Sydney Harbour is one of the most beautiful places in Australia that must be thoroughly explored before your trip is complete. With 28 kilometres of tracks, some heading towards national parks and beaches, others forming the Harbour Circle Walk, you can be guaranteed to find a suitable track for any time of day. For the ultimate dining experience, Sydney Harbour has it covered. The Rocks boasts an impressive array of restaurants, bars and pubs, as well as art galleries and a fantastic marketplace of goods on Sundays that must be seen. If you have time make sure to drop by and visit the little sister next door, Darling Harbour.
A few words from Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour is commonly referred to as one of the world's most beautiful harbours, and with 240 kilometres of shoreline, exclusive homes by the waters edge and beautiful botanical gardens alongside a vibrant blue harbour, it's not hard to understand why. By land or by sea, the harbour is a beauty to explore, with entertainment being the harbours highlight. From Taronga Zoo to the Sydney Opera House, the harbour is a hub for family friendly activities. If you happen to arrive in Sydney between the Christmas and New Year period, you've hit the jackpot. The Sydney to Hobart yacht race combined with the legendary Sydney Harbour New Year's Eve fireworks are an absolute traveller's treat.
Regardless, at any time of year, Sydney Harbour is a vibrant, bustling centre of surprises and delights waiting to be discovered. Don't return home without conquering the bridge climb, experiencing the fine dining and taking a stroll through the beautiful botanic gardens.