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.
The infamous Coathanger; one of the world’s largest steel arch bridges; the poster child not only of the city, but of the nation.
The beach itself is home to two ocean rock pools (Fairy Bower Pool & Shelly Beach Pool) which are great for a dip if you don’t want the waves.
9 out of 10 postcards of Sydney feature the Opera House and the Harbour Bridget and for good reason.
Thanks to its location on the western side of Circular Quay, a visit to the museum can also easily be combined with a drink at The Rocks.
Without a doubt, Australia’s most iconic beach is the 1-kilometre-long eastern suburbs locale known, infamously, as Bondi.
Despite its small reputation, it still holds the title of having the world’s largest collection of Australian wildlife.
Museum of Sydney dives head-first into the story of how this great metropolis came to be.
Visitors can take a guided tour of the building and learn about its history, architecture, and role in the city’s cultural life!
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.
Yiribana Gallery is a fascinating art subsection within the enormous Art Gallery of New South Wales.