Ideal Tourist Attractions in Sydney

As you plan a trip to Sydney, Australia, choosing the best sights and attractions for your visit is often difficult. The city holds so much culture, history and entertainment, that narrowing down your options to just a week’s worth of activities proves challenging. As you compile your list of activities, be sure to include these top five attractions.
The Historic Rocks Village area must top your list of attractions. Here you can visit the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Observatory and Harbour Bridge. The Rocks Village area also houses the Museum of Contemporary Art and a huge shopping district. Plan to spend at least a day exploring this region of Sydney.
Darling Harbour also provides at least a day’s worth of attractions. This region houses the Sydney Aquarium, Powerhouse Museum, Capitol Theatre and the city’s Chinatown district. Plan to dine out while visiting the Darling Harbour area, as it has a lovely waterfront dining area with several excellent restaurants.
Sydney’s zoo, the Taronga Park Zoo, houses both native Australian wildlife and exotic creatures from around the globe. An excellent breeding program means there are baby animals regularly at the zoo. The zoo has three types of seals as well as Californian sea lions, with regular shows that allow them to exhibit their natural behaviours for zoo guests.
Sydney scenic flights give visitors a birds-eye view of the city. Flights travel past Sydney Harbour, the Blue Mountains and the beaches around Sydney to give travellers a comprehensive understanding of the layout of the city, as well as unobstructed views of some of its most popular sightseeing spots. Because the planes on these tours are small, they can fly close to the water, providing unrivalled views of the coastal landscape.
The Royal Botanical Gardens sit in the heart of Sydney. This lush destination features native and exotic plants in beautifully landscaped gardens. While visiting the gardens, guests often see native birds resting amongst the foliage of the many trees in the gardens. Australia’s grey-headed flying foxes also inhabit the gardens, and guests often spot them leaping from one branch to another.
Each of these five attractions provides Sydney visitors with the chance to explore the natural beauty, architectural brilliance and cultural uniqueness of Australia’s capital city. By working each of these into your travel plans, you will leave Sydney feeling as though you saw everything you came to see.

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