Sydney is among the largest and most populous cities of Australia. It is located on the Tasman Sea and has hosted a number of international events. Sydney is a vibrant city with miles of beaches, beautiful hiking opportunities and lots of green spaces to sit back and relax.
ADMINISTRATIVE CAPITAL: Canberra
COMMERCIAL CAPITAL: Sydney
The sixth largest country in the world Australia has many attractions to visit. Australian mainland has a total coastline of 35,876 km.
The temperature varies widely in Australia based on the time of the year and the area (The Desert areas tend to have high temp while the costal parts of the country are lower).
In the New South Wales is the beautiful mountainous region of Blue Mountains. The area borders the Sydney Metropolitan and is about 50km west of the state capital and enables visitors to take in the splendour of the Blue Mountains and the natural wonders like the Three Sisters and the amazing walking tracks around them.
Visitors to Sydney who are looking for some time at the beach must go to Bondi Beach and Manly Beach, as these are two of Australia's most famed beaches, and besides the natural beauty there are some great shops and eateries in the area as well.
Visitors to Sydney must take a tour of Circular Quay area. The best way to experience Sydney Harbour is by walking around the Harbour and to take tour of the Sydney Opera House, Botanic Gardens and the ‘Rocks’. The Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art is also located at Circular Quay and is well worth a visit.
The top attractions for the Sydney city are seeing and/or climbing the famous Harbour Bridge. Visitors can take tours around the base of the Bridge, and there are guided climbs over the bridge which afford spectacular views of the city.