Considered a UNESCO World Heritage site, this unmissable piece of architecture welcomes millions of tourists every year.
Scraping the skies at 309 meters tall, casting a shadow over Market Street.
This peaceful escape is smack-bang in the city centre, just next to the Opera House, so it’s easily accessible from most of the top Sydney tourist attractions.
Art Gallery of New South Wales is one of Sydney’s top cultural attractions, playing host to works by some of the world’s most famous international artists.
With a range of rides and attractions for all ages, this park is a must-visit destination for families and thrill-seekers alike.
Situated on the northern shore of Sydney Harbour, this magnificent zoo houses over 4000 animals from no fewer than 350 different species.
Popular with tourists for its grandeur and timeless architecture, St Mary’s is both a place of worship and a venue for major cultural events.
Anzac Memorial is a powerful, moving and fitting tribute to those who gave their lives in service of their countries.
Madame Tussauds takes all the glitz and glam of franchises worldwide and throws on an added splash of Australiana.
As the country’s largest city, things can get a bit hectic in Sydney.
Queen Victoria Building, a historic shopping centre in the middle of Sydney’s CBD.
Don’t forget to visit the resident dugongs at Dugong Island and say hello to the cheeky octopus.
Powerhouse Museum, an institution dedicated to all things science, technology, design and art,
Little ones can get their very own adventure at the Dinosaur Lagoon, a mini-park designed just for them.
Hyde Park is renowned as one of the largest and oldest public parks in Australia, dating back to 1792.