Sydney is Australia's biggest and most multicultural city with a combination of interesting history and amazingly beautiful nature in a seaside location. Sydney was originally a colony for British convicts, but it has turned into a charming holiday destination with attractions such as the most famous opera house in the world, the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Rocks area, the oldest area of the city with many museums and restaurants.
Popular destinations in Sydney also include Bondi, Manly and Coogee beaches where surfers enjoy tackling the huge waves. The boat trip from Sydney city centre to Manly and the walks from one beach to another offer unforgettable sea views. When travelling between mid-May and the beginning of December, there’s also a chance to witness the migration of humpback whales on the Pacific coast – in this case be sure to attend one of the whale watching cruises that leave from Darling Harbour and from Circular Quay. Moreover, at Taronga Zoo, travellers can admire koala bears, dingos and kangaroos and the amazing botanical garden boasts over one million exotic plant species.
Flights to Sydney are available several times a week – book your seats today!
The airport is located 10 km southwest of Sydney.
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