Sydney: The land of fireworksPosted by: Team TP, Posted on: 1 year ago
Sydney is the largest as well as one of the most commercial city in Australia. It has got splendid natural beauty with amazing food, shopping and the awesome weather. You cannot just stay there for a day or two. You at least need a week to explore the city. From relaxing at a restaurant to going for a stroll, there is a long list of things to do in Sydney. Here are some of the best and affordable activities you can do.
Go on a walk from Bondi to Coogee. This is the most beautiful walk on the coastline you could ever imagine. It has got some of city’s most iconic beaches where you can laze around, grab a bite or even swim in the clear water. While walking you can come across ample number of harbors as well.
Experience the calmness of the Royal Botanic Gardens. Established in 1816, this 30 hectors of haven is located in the heart of the city. It has Sydney’s oldest scientific research Centre and also the most romantic rose garden. You can come here for a picnic or just have some quality time alone. There are also some excellent free tours that you can opt for.
Feast your eyes by visiting the Museum of Contemporary Art. If you love art then this is just the place for you. It is known for displaying the best contemporary art from Australia, and also from all around the globe. It is situated in the Circular Quay which is on the edge of the famous Sydney Harbour. There is also an incredible café that serves the best of the local cuisine.
Go have some fun at an amusement park. One of the oldest and the best amusement park in Sydney is the Luna Park. You can get the most splendid view of the harbor from here. The park is full of fun rides and mouthwatering food. There is also a bar in the park where you can hangout while trying your luck at the GoinFishin or Crazy Cronners Stall.
Experience the adrenaline rush at the Sydney Olympic Park. Activities like cycling, swimming, river rafting and many more are held here. You can reach this park by either by a ferry or a train. It is the west part of Sydney. Other activities that are offered here are jet packing, skydiving, archery, etc.
See the Taronga Zoo. This zoo is home to a huge diversity of flora and fauna. They even host shows to entertain everyone.
Stroll the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is one of the most significant monuments in Sydney. Here you can walk on the bridge as well as climb it as see the best of Sydney.
Visit a church. The two churches in Sydney that you must visit are St James and St Mary. The two are adjoining together. They have amazing art pieces hanging, about whom you can ask from any of the tourist guides. Most of the tours are for free. Also there is a beautiful tea room.
Go to the Opera House. Just like the Sydney Harbour, Opera house is also an international landmark. It has a concert hall, a theatre for drama and opera. It is a beautiful place to be at.
Have a visit at the oldest and the greenest space in all of Sydney, Hyde Park. You can enjoy the amazing architecture of the park by visiting the life-sized outdoor chess, Archibald fountain, Sandringham Gardens and much more.
Sydney is the ideal place to visit if you don’t want to burn a big hole in your pocket. The weather is excellent all-round the year making it the perfect tourist destination.