Posted on 12th January 2016 at 10:48am
Sydney Australia – Four Things To See And Do.
So we decided to put together some sightseeing ideas and things to do for people who are thinking of jumping on a plane to the land of Alf Stewart and his words of wisdom.
Bondi Beach, the beach that is so famous a TV show was named after it. If you have never seen Bondi Rescue, then you don’t know what you are missing out on, especially if you are a single female.
The beach that attracts visitors from all over the world including celebrities such as The Hoff is a great place to relax in the sun, go for a nice stroll along the coast or a nice swim, and if you have the energy then surfing.
Near the beach, there are some amazing restaurants, and if you are not a person who likes to go swimming or surfing, then maybe relax on the beach and watch Cordell Jigsaw Productions as they film the lifeguards saving lives.
Sydney Harbor Bridge
Sydney Harbor Bridge, which was built in 1932, has become a major tourist attraction. It was built during the Great Depression as a government employment project and today, it has become a place where people who love heights can climb the bridge and experience some amazing views.
The tour takes around 3.5 hours, but be warned; you need to have a head for heights.
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is one of the world’s most famous landmarks. The Opera House with its white-shelled roof has become the most photographed Opera House in the world.
There are tours available to explore the famous building, and you even get a chance to go backstage.
Learn to Surf
You cannot go to Australia without trying your hand at surfing. There are many classes available for people who want to experience the thrill of the waves.
The best place in Sydney to go surfing and to take classes is on the north shore. The classes are not expensive, and you never know, you could enjoy it so much you may want to spend the rest of your holiday on the waves.
UK Airport Car Parks
The next time you’re flying to Australia don’t forget to save a few extra pounds by comparing airport parking in the UK.