Sydney is undoubtedly one of the most popular city in Australia and even has its own unique space in the International travel arena! The vibrant city has lots in stock, especially if you are a traveller or looking forward to explore the city. Even though there are a number of things to do in Sydney, we are in the process of  hand picking and compiling the best things to do in the Sydney, NSW.

best things to do in sydney

one of the best thing to do in Sydney is the Bondi beach, check out more below.

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Fort Denison Sydney

Fort Denison used to be a penal site at one point of time as well as a defensive facility located on a small island to the north east of the Royal Botanic Gardens. It is just a kilometre away from the Sydney Opera House in New South Wales. This island is also called Pinchgut Island. The site has been managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service since 1992 and has cost $ 2 millio[Click here to read more...]
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Featherdale Wildlife Park Sydney

Featherdale Wildlife Park is located on 217, Kildare Rd, Doonside NSW 2767, Australia. It is open every day of the week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. The park is on 7 acres of land which used to be a poultry farm and was opened in 1972. It managed to win the award for the best Major Tourist Attraction in 2005 & 2009. It may have been closed in 1975 because of rezoning & public housing[Click here to read more...]
The Chinese Garden of Friendship Sydney

The Chinese Garden of Friendship Sydney

The Chinese Garden of Friendship in Sydney is modeled on any garden that you would have found in China during the Ming Dynasty. It offers fabulous insight into the heritage and culture of China. It was designed by Guangzhou, the sister city of Sydney in China. They were opened officially in 1988 as a part of the bicentennial celebrations in Sydney. They were also named the Garden of F[Click here to read more...]
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Luna Park Sydney

Luna Park is an amusement park which was built near the Sydney Harbour Bridge in 1935. The park ran for nine months in the year till 1972 when the schedule was changed so that it operated throughout the year. It was closed during 1979 when the Ghost Train caught fire in which one adult and six children died. During this time, most parts of the park were demolished and an entirely new par[Click here to read more...]
The Taronga Zoo Sydney

The Taronga Zoo Sydney

When you enter Taronga zoo, the first thing you notice is that it is completely different from the rest of Sydney. It's like you've stepped onto another continent. You no longer see the hustle and the bustle of the rest of Sydney. Instead, you can hear birds chirping & animals groaning. It's a land full of trees, plants and animals. Some of the most Asian elephants you will come acro[Click here to read more...]
Bondi Beach Sydney

Bondi Beach Sydney

If you're going to Australia, even for a little while, there is one location which you absolutely must visit no matter what and that place is known as Bondi Beach. This beach is an iconic part of Australian culture and attracts more than 80 million people each year. There are countless things which you can see & do at both the beach as well as the shops, cafes & walks which surro[Click here to read more...]
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The Sydney Opera House

Today we are going to be talking about the world famous Sydney Opera House. The construction and design for this place was quite a story as well. It is a story of achieving the impossible as well as of relationships and dreams. It is a World Heritage Site since a lot of the engineering techniques and architectural methods used were new at the time and were used only for its constructi[Click here to read more...]
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The Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge has got to be one of the most well known landmarks in all of Australia. It is the biggest steel curve span bridge in the world with its highest point being 134 meters above the harbour. It's effectively called the 'Coathanger' by locals and was opened in March 1932. Did you know that Ninety-Six steam trains were once put on the bridge at different spots to te[Click here to read more...]