5 of Sydney’s Most Famous Attractions

Posted on Feb 6 2018 - 1:30pm by Business Day TV

Darling Harbour in Sydney, AustraliaSydney is one of the world’s most vibrant cities. Favoured by tourists from all around the world for its variety of offers in terms of sightseeing, this city has slowly become one of the most sought-out metropolitan destinations worldwide, akin to places such as New York, Paris, and, Tokyo.

If you find yourself in Sydney whether for work or pleasure, make sure to drop by these renowned spots. More advisable is to get a minibus for hire to make sure your trip is hassle-free.

1. The Sydney Opera House

Admire the Sydney Opera House either from afar or from inside. Better yet, admire it both ways. Take in its awe-inspiring architectural details from a bench on the opposite side of the harbour. Then, get to know it more by venturing within its walls where concerts, plays, and art exhibitions are a staple.

2. Sydney Harbour Bridge

It took six years to construct the Coathanger, which Premier Jack Lang finally unveiled on March 19, 1932. This bridge has at least six million rivets, hand driven no less, and a surface area equal to 60 sports fields.

Agencies conduct walking trips on the Sydney Harbour Bridge, which you must not miss, especially if you are down for a rewarding physical activity.

3. The Rocks

The Rocks is accessible via the Town Hall station (15-minute walk) and Wynyard Station (10-minute walk). This unmissable Sydney attraction is rich in history and also without a shortage of good pubs, good grubs, and art of all persuasions.

4. Circular Quay

This is the location of the city’s Museum of Contemporary Art. But, if you prefer boat watching instead of framed paintings and whatnot, then this is the place for you. Street performers also abound in the area.

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5. Darling Harbour

Darling, you have never been to Sydney if you have not visited Darling Harbour. This is one of the city’s major gastronomic, entertainment, and shopping enclaves. Here you can feast like royalty.

Sydney is a commuter-friendly city. For large groups of tourists, though, renting a minibus is recommended so you can enjoy the city more and worry less about missing buses and trains. Whichever way you choose to move around the city, Sydney will surely give what you came for.