Sydney City & Surrounds Attractions

You can’t climb the Opera house, and you need to climb something iconic in Australia, right? The instantly recognizable Sydney Harbour Bridge will do the trick nicely. Since climbing the bridge became...
It’s one thing to appreciate the Sydney Opera House from a distance or even via a quick in and out peek, but to truly get a feel of what magic goes on inside, a trip to the opera is a must. Although o...
Sydney is famous for its beaches, most of which are within 30 minutes drive of the CBD. There are excellent surfing beaches where perfect barreling waves are enjoyed by a locals and tourists alike, th...
Sydney's sparkling harbour is the jewel in the city's crown. It's flanked by golden beaches and bushland. Islands sprinkle its waters, and it is crisscrossed by all manner of craft, from water taxis a...
The historic site of Sydney’s first European settlement, The Rocks boasts one of the best positions on the harbour. Successfully combining a colourful history with a warm ambience and character, The R...
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...
The Australian National Maritime Museum is spectacularly located on the Darling Harbour waterfront & is open daily from 9.30am to 5pm (6pm in January). Entry to the museum is free, admission charges a...
Taste of Sydney is a stunning celebration of Sydney’s unique and progressive dining scene. Over four indulgent days the city’s latest, greatest and hottest restaurants will each fashion together 3-4 e...
Blue Line Cruises features a variety of cruising options around Sydney Harbour.
The Museum of Contemporary Art has one of Australia's largest collection of contemporary art.
Enjoy Comedy Salsa and Rock n Roll while cruising Sydney Harbour. Rythmboat Sydney Harbour Cruises depart every night and most days. Enjoy great food and great fun.
Features the largest Grey Nurse Sharks in captivity and seals can be seen through a glass viewing floor.
The Australian Museum has an international reputation in the fields of natural history and indigenous research, community programs and exhibitions. The Museum was established in 1827 and is Australia'...
The magnificent Southern Swan is Sydney's only authentic timber tall ship, making her a standout venue for pirate cruises, a champagne brunch or BBQ lunch.
Belvoir St Theatre in Surry Hills, Sydney, is the home of Company B, one of Australia's most respected theatre companies.
Yellow Water Taxis is located in the new "Gateway to Sydney Harbour" - King Street Wharf in Darling Harbour, and at Circular Quay East Pontoon Jetty No. 1 located near the Sydney Opera House, Yellow W...