Sydney, outdoor lifestyle that challenges and enchanting natural beauty. Kayaking under the bridge Sydney Harbour Bridge or waved to the Opera House when you climb aboard the ferry to cross the harbor to Manly. Learning to surf in Bondi Beach or swim beach in the middle of the quiet waters of Coogee.
Browse stone dead-end street in The Rocks or the market, boutiques, cafes and pubs in Paddington. In addition to the famous port in the world and more than 70 sparkling beaches, Sydney provides a delicious meal, festivals and endless excitement.
Australia Day on January 26, Anzac Day on April 25 and New Year’s Eve.
2. Visit the famous port in the world
Sail across the Opera House on top of the chartered boat or paddle from Rose Bay on top kayak. Cruise while enjoying the beautiful view from Circular Quay or Darling Harbour crossing large houses on the beach, national parks, as well as Shark Island, Clark, Rodd and Goat. Take a tour to the historic fortress Fort Denison or learn about the life of the first inhabitants of Sydney, Gadigal people, in a unique Aboriginal cultural cruise. Watch the sparkling harbor of green gardens Royal Botanic Garden, which surrounds its banks. Or enjoy the scenery from a seaside restaurant in Mosman, on the north side of the bridge, or from Watsons Bay on South Head. Walk from Rose Bay to Vaucluse or Cremorne Point to Mosman Bay, through most of the 16 routes that flank a spectacular harbor.
3. Visit Manly by ferry
Explore Sydney Harbour by ferry to Manly, which lies between the coast choppy and calm inner harbor. Explore the natural bush fields located on the picturesque Manly to the Spit Bridge, learn to dive at Cabbage Tree Bay or ride my bike to Fairy Bower. Banc in Shelly Beach on the shores of the ocean and sailing or kayaking from Manly Wharf to around the harbor. Rent a scooter and picnicking on the beaches in the north like Narrabeen and Palm Beach. Explore the shops, bars and cafes along the crowded streets of Corso decorated with pine trees and enjoy a meal in the restaurant world-class scenic sea.
4. Enjoy the cafe culture and fun atmosphere to shop in Paddington
Down the markets open on Saturday, exploring the fashion boutiques on Oxford Street, a busy or find antiques shops and art galleries classy in Woollahra. Visiting the Victoria Barracks Army base that stood around in the 1840s, and opened to the public once a week, and see first hand the style of Victorian terraces that have been restored along the wide and shady streets. Cycling or roller-blade in the Centennial Park area, then paused to enjoy lunch at a cafe on Oxford St or in the Five Ways are beautiful. Watch a movie at the cinema or art house flipping the pages novel at midnight in one of the major bookstores. Singgahi historic pubs are always busy. Increasingly crowded pub after the match at the stadium in the vicinity or on race day, when the young people arrived dressed as a typical race.
5. Walk from Bondi to Coogee
Enjoy spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean while you walk on sandstone cliffs carved by the wind and waves between Bondi and Coogee. Swim at Bondi Icebergs pool reefs are famous or just watch the swimmers while enjoying a cocktail at sunset ahead of the restaurants in the immediate. Look wild waves in Tamarama, dubbed Glamarama because beautiful people are lying on the golden sands. Starting mid-October to November, a stretch from here down to the Bondi will turn into an open art gallery for the exhibition Sculptures by the Sea. You can surf, picnic on the grass or stop by for a moment to enjoy a coffee in a nuanced Bronte family. Or swim, snorkel or dive at Clovelly and Gordon’s Bay is calm. Looking at the tomb of poet Henry Lawson, Dorothea Mackellar, aviator Lawrence Hargrave at Waverley Cemetery, on the edge of the cliff. End your tour at Coogee, the paradise of the tourists beransel is so gorgeous.