lanning your luxury Australia travel itinerary, why not consider the following 10 best things to do in Sydney Australia?
Australia is a vast continent where you can stroll on white sands, snorkel in blue waters, wander through green rainforest or drive across an endless red desert.
You can enjoy some of the Worlds best restaurants, wineries, galleries and shops. Or you can share Australians’ love of sport – from a round of golf on a kangaroo-covered course to a seat at a fast-paced Aussie Rules football match
Here in no particular order are our top 10 things to do in Sydney Australia …
1 – Take a thrilling scenic helicopter flight to the Blue Mountains. Stunning views of the City and Sydney Harbour, the Blue Mountains National Park and the spectacular Jamieson Valley all feature in this 45 minute ride before you are set down on top of the Blue Mountains to enjoy a gourmet barbeque lunch in secluded surroundings.
2 – Indulge in a City Sights Discovery tour, visiting the charming historic Rocks area, taking in Mrs Macquarie’s Chair for an unrivalled view of Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and Bridge. Pause briefly for morning tea in the beautiful Sydney Harbour National Park before travelling onwards to South Head. After a short stroll along the cliff tops, continue to Bondi Beach and Centennial park before returning to Circular Quay.
3 – Sail the oceans blue for a cruise around Sydney Harbour under sail for a magnificent 2 hour personalised tour around one of the most beautiful harbours in the world.
4 – Visit the picturesque Hunter Valley to discover Australia’s first wine region. Join your private winemaker for a tour of the distinctive wines in a private guided tasting at the best of the region’s wineries. A gourmet lunch awaits you where you can enjoy great wines and gourmet dining in the Hunter Valley’s best restaurant.
5 – Lunch at a genuine Australian working sheep and cattle station, where your hosts provide you with an insight into life on the land, showcasing the striking Australian bush and its unique wildlife. Return to Sydney with a twilight flight over Sydney Harbour.
6 – Treat yourself to a night at the opera at the Sydney Opera House. Upcoming performances of the Swan Lake ballet, Don McClean, Edward Scissorhands, The Clarke/Duke Project and Neil Sedaka, as well as classics like Ravel’s Bolero, Stravinsky’s Firebird and Don Giovanni.
7 – Enjoy Australian and international art exhibitions at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
8 – Take in the natural history at the Sydney Aquarium and Taronga Park Zoo. The aquarium is one of the largest and most spectacular aquariums in the world. Journey through the rivers and oceans of Australia and be astounded by the diversity, whilst at Taronga Park Zoo find the critically endangered Booroolong Frogs, or the first Elephant pregnancy in Australasia, all within sight of Downtown Sydney. Whilst you are there, don’t miss the Sky safari!
9 – Learn to catch the waves at Manly or Bondi Beach with surfing lessons designed to make you into the hottest “chic” on the beach.
10 – Visit an ancient Aboriginal site and outstanding lookouts of the Blue Mountains National Park. Examine rock formations and the quaint little village of Leura before heading to Katoomba and the magnificent Jamieson Valley and the renown Three Sisters.