Sydney has it all, from pristine beaches, boat cruises, bridge walks, jet boat adventures, something for everyone. Browse our top selling things to do below or use the search to find something available during your travels.
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Explore the sights of Sydney Harbour from the comfort of a luxury cruiser, or charter a sailboat and feel the wind in your hair as you cut through the water.
Look out for the two most famous harbour landmarks - the glamorous architecture of the Sydney Opera House and the structural wonder of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Tour during the day for the gorgeous views of the shoreline and golden beaches, or take a romantic dinner cruise and share the views of the twinkling city lights with someone special. Visit one of the world's most recognisable architectural structures and be guided through the drama and scandal that makes up the history of the grand building.
Tour backstage and get a first hand look at where usually only the stars of the theatre are granted access. What better way to top off your tour with high tea overlooking the fabulous Sydney Harbour.
Explore the beaches famous for their beautiful people and toned lifeguards. In Bondi, take a relaxed tour through the home of Australia's oldest Surf Lifesaving Club (or the one where they film Home and Away!), before catching some waves with a professional surfing lesson. Join a guided shopping tour to find the hidden gems tucked away in the trendy Bondi back streets.
In Manly, hire a bike and explore the 20 kilometres of bike trails winding around coastline and explore the old North Head forts and tunnels, offering awesome views of the city. At night, face your fears with a sleep over at Manly's former Quarantine Station - a hotbed of paranormal activity!
The mysterious Blue Mountains offer a perfect day trip destination from Sydney. Just 90 minutes from the city, Katoomba township is home to the impressive Three Sisters, a touring geologic formation with strong cultural significance. Head to Scenic World on the glass bottomed cable car, suspended over 700m above a forest filled ravine. Once there, enjoy a thrilling ride on the world's steepest incline railway in the world, then take a leisurely walk through the ancient rainforest.
Immerse yourself in the underwater world of Sydney Aquarium - one of the largest collections of Australian sea life in the world. Great whites cruise lazily overhead in the shark tunnel, while the two dugongs, Pig and Wuru, hang out at Mermaid Beach. Make sure you catch the live feedings daily - the shark feedings can be viewed from the safety of the centre's glass-bottomed boat!