Is Sydney your next travel destination? Giddy to pack your bags and book the next flight to the most famous Australian city?
Well, i can’t blame you. The capital of New South Wales might be bustling with overwhelming crowd and crazy maze-like one-way streets but Sydney is the most picturesque Australian city. It is a city of contrasts and is home to charming alleys, quaint tourist spots and beautiful beaches.
Now, if you are looking for the perfect spot for that instagram-worthy getaway shot, here’s a list of dreamy spots around Sydney for both tourists and locals to explore.
Located just in the heart of Sydney. Good place to walk and relax with an awesome view of the harbour and bay.
Cost: Free but if you want to join the choo choo express tour ( train that runs around the garden ), tickets for adults cost 10 aud & 5 aud for children.
Address: Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney
Beautiful historic building with an old world vibe and wide range of branded shops & designer boutiques for shopaholics.
Cost: Free unless you purchase something from the shops
Address: 455 George Street, Sydney
Stylish hotel in Darling Harbour with a view that’s to die for! Service is excellent and the rooms are of high standard.
Cost: Click the link Sofitel Darling Harbour to check room rates.
Address: 12 Darling Dr, Sydney
An iconic monument converted into a lovely garden. Perfect place for prenuptial, wedding or photo shoots.
Cost: Free Entry
Address: 251-255 Oxford Street, Paddington
Most famous beach in Australia and the most densely populated part of Sydney. Most locals hang around or swim in Bondi Icebergs ocean pool.
Cost: Bondi beach (Free entry); click link for Bondi Icebergs
Address: 1 Notts Avenue, Bondi Beach
A jewel in a small secluded bay. The waves are relatively calm with plenty of natural rocks to climb on.
Cost: Free Entry
Address: 4R Coast Hospital Rd, Little Bay
A suburb in North Sydney that offers an impeccable view of Sydney Harbour. Perfect picnic location with lots of benches to sit on.
Address: Milson’s Point, New South Wales
Beautiful is an understatement! A unique space in Alexandria with lush greenery, flowers and vines everywhere.
Cost: Free entry
Address: 7a/2 Huntley Street, Alexandria
Great place to unwind and spend quality time with family. Beautiful skyline and view of city lights at night with a number of food precincts, bars and entertainment spots too!
Address: Darling Harbour, Sydney
The view alone is worth the entry fee!
Cost: 2.50 aud (Entry Fee): Click the link to check for other fees and charges.
Address: 4 Alfred Street, Milsons Point
11. Hyde Park
Nice place to chill right in the middle of the city with huge old trees and ibis lurking around. Also very close to St. Mary’s Cathedral.
Address: Elizabeth Street, Sydney
12. Circular Quay
Ideal place to see Sydney Opera house up close and Sydney Harbour Bridge on the side.
Address: Circular Quay, Sydney
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