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Set sail for a magical experience on Sydney Harbour, one of the most stunning waterways in the world. Relax and enjoy the feeling of the wind in the sails and the sights of Sydney or take the helm. Learn a little about the art of sailing from your skipper who’ll also provide a commentary on points of interest on Sydney Harbour.
BridgeClimb offers the ultimate Sydney experience with a guided climb to the summit of the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge day or night. The exhilaration and personal satisfaction achieved by reaching the top of this Sydney icon is as rewarding as the breathtaking view of the city and harbour.
Historic city arcades are surrounded by slick new fashion centres in the centre of Sydney. Westfield Sydney on Pitt Street Mall is at the centre of the shopping action. Make sure you also pop into the beautifully restored Queen Victoria Building (QVB), with its vast array of high street fashion, designer‐style, jewellery, antiques and art.
Complete your visit in Sydney with a trip to Sydney Opera House, a World Heritage architectural jewel, where you’ll enjoy a feast of dazzling performances. Join a tour to experience its beauty and obtain a sneak peek behind the curtain, or enjoy an evening cocktail while watching the sunset from the Opera Bar.
Packed with world‐class attractions such as Madame Tussauds, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and the Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour is a great place to see some of Sydney’s best attractions. At Cockle Bay Wharf and King Street Wharf, you’ll find excellent bars and restaurants for savouring the harbourside views.MASholidays recommends 4days/3nights Sensation Sydney. Enjoy free sightseeing tour visiting twelve Sydney highlights.
Arguably Australia's most awarded restaurant, the food created by head chef, Peter Gilmore, of Quay Restaurant fame is awe‐inspiring and innovative. As well as divine cuisine, you’ll enjoy beautiful views of Sydney Harbour and the Sydney Opera House close-up.
Enjoy the waves of famous Bondi Beach from this stylish bar and restaurant. Get amongst Sydney's cool set and enjoy a No 2 Martini with crab sandwiches in the bar before moving into the restaurant for lunch.
Located on Blackwattle Bay, this boisterous market is a must-see experience for any serious seafood lover. The range of produce on offer at the second-largest seafood market in the southern hemisphere is just amazing. Lobsters, fresh tuna, Sydney rock oysters, crayfish and Atlantic salmon are just some of the varieties, together with a handful of sushi bars, cafes and seafood restaurants.
Harry's Café de Wheels is a Sydney icon and one of the city’s favourite street food venues. Join the queue at 2am for a legendary pie floater and you’ll find yourself rubbing shoulders with everyone from a drag queen, glamorous local party gals and tourists from all over the world. So Sydney!
Like most big cities around the globe, Sydney has a thriving coffee culture. Over the past few years, the city has fallen under the spell of the roasted bean and café life is now a vital part of the city. Taste some of the best at cute cafes and hideaways in Darlinghurst, Surry Hills, Newtown, Potts Point and Bondi Beach.
This short and sensational stroll is a symphony for the soul, wrapping up the very best of the city’s coastline. In an easy, one‐hour walk, the trail rides the headlands, offering a view of sea-carved sandstone and crashing waves, then dipping down for a close‐up look at some of Sydney’s best‐loved beaches. At either end, you’ll find smart cafes where you can chill with a bluewater view.
A coastal drive south from Sydney, Grand Pacific Drive is simply sensational, a stunning scenic route with gorgeous beaches, rainforests and small‐town treasures along the way. While the drive is short enough for a day trip from Sydney, it’s also a great start to a weekend away.
Barely 90 minutes to the west of Sydney, the dramatic rock formation known as The Three Sisters is one of the icons of this World Heritage area. Stepping out from the edge of the cliffs into the vast trough of the Jamison Valley, these towering rock stacks have defied the elements, remaining intact while the rest of the cliff has eroded around them. At their romantic best when the moon bathes the rock in a softly glowing light.MASholidays recommends self-drive package 5Days/4 Nights Sydney & Blue Mountains Touring – Nature Escapade and Adventure.
With Sydney Harbour as its backdrop, Taronga Zoo is a must-do experience for visitors. See a huge range of Australian animals such as koalas, kangaroos and emus as well as rare and endangered species from around the world. An unexpected adventure is the cable car ride from the ferry wharf to the zoo entrance.
The Hunter Valley is the state’s most popular winegrowing area – and there are few more novel ways to see it than from the basket of a hot air balloon. The views are simply breathtaking. The flight ends with a champagne breakfast and sublime memories of sunrise over the vineyards.MASholidays recommends self-drive package 6Days/5Nights Sydney, Hunter Valley & Port Stephens – Wine Indulgence and Dolphins Discovery.
Cycling is the ideal way to explore Manly Beach. Hire a bike and discover secluded coves, stunning beaches and breathtaking coastal views. With over 20kms of dedicated bike paths and off road trails, Manly caters for all levels of riders.
A highlight of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Jenolan Caves is a labyrinth of stalactite‐lined limestone chasms carved by underground rivers. Set in a deep and secluded valley in the Blue Mountains, the pure underground rivers and amazing formations inside the caves make this one of the finest cave systems in the world. Many of the caves are open for public viewing, some with guided tours and some without a guide.MASholidays recommends self-drive package 5 Days/4 Nights Sydney & Blue Mountains Touring – Nature Escapade and Adventure.
Located a few hours south of Sydney, Jervis Bay is famous for its pristine clear water and white beaches. Join a cruise and see breathtaking sandstone cliffs, a meandering coastline, sea caves and seal colonies. Experience close encounters with dolphins, or whales from June to November.
Glenworth Valley is Australia's largest horse riding and outdoor adventure centre. Go on a horse riding adventure and escape amongst 3,000 acres of the finest wilderness located in the hinterland region of the NSW Central Coast.
South of the aquatic playground of Port Stephens and stretching for more than 30 kms, the Stockton Beach sand dunes offer a world of adventure. Several adventure operators offer trips among the dunes, from dune buggies to quad bike safaris to horse riding, camel treks and dune tobogganing. Hop on a quad bike and get set for the thrill of a lifetime!MASholidays recommends self-drive package 6Days/5Nights Sydney, Hunter Valley & Port Stephens – Wine Indulgence and Dolphins Discovery.
Based on the hit movie, Legally Blonde the Musical is a winner of 7 major awards including Best New Musical 2011. This all dancing, romantic comedy is about knowing who you are and what you’ve got!
Event Dates: from September - December 2012
There's no better place to welcome the new year than in Sydney ‐ the New Year's Eve Capital of the World. Be one of the first in the world to welcome the new year as Sydney dazzles you with its world class event and spectacular fireworks at midnight.
Event Date: 31 December 2012
Sydney Festival is a major arts festival in Australia's largest city, Sydney. Running for three weeks in January, the festival offers a program of more than 330 performances and 100 events involving 900 artists from 17 countries covering dance, theatre, music, visual arts, cross media and forums.
Event Dates: 5 - 28 January 2013
Make sure you’re in Sydney from 22 March to 12 April in 2013 for the spectacular Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour. This world-class event will simply take your breath away. Bizet’s famed opera, Carmen, will be centre stage with Sydney Harbour as the perfect backdrop. No matter if you are an opera fan or just love big spectacles, this is the event of 2013 not to be missed.
Event Dates: 22 March – 12 April 2013
This unique annual event of light, music and ideas features mesmerising displays of beautiful outdoor lighting sculptures, an extensive contemporary music program and the spectacular illumination of the Sydney Opera House sails. Don’t miss being in Sydney for this inspiring event staged at locations around Sydney Harbour.
Event Dates: 24 May – 10 June 2013