A trip to the Land Down Under will not be complete without … More
A trip to the Land Down Under will not be complete without staying in Sydney, Australia’s largest and oldest city. Tourists should not miss the iconic Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. The city also has numerous museums, theaters and parks that complement buildings of various styles of architecture.
Sydney’s sights and sounds can be overwhelming ( there are plenty of them) so it is best to plan your trip ahead. Don't waste time running around and scrambling for things to do when you're there already. A three day itinerary should be enough to cover the city’s main attractions. Check out City-Discovery.com to book the tours and get the chance to benefit from special deals and promotions that the website offers from time to time. Activities listed in this itinerary include an experienced tour guide, comfortable transport, and hotel pickup/drop-off.
Here is a suggested itinerary for first-time and seasoned travelers to Sydney:
This Best of Sydney tour combines a luncheon cruise, a buffet dinner and a motorcoach tour of the city. The tour starts with a Matilda luncheon cruise on the waters of Sydney Harbour. Breathe in the cool sea breeze as you view the splendor of Sydney from the sea.
The coach tour brings travellers around Sydney to see the city’s renowned attractions. Visit the Sydney Opera House and cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge. From Milson's Point, get panoramic views of the bridge and skyline. Cross another bridge, this time, the Spit Bridge and see the view from Seaforth Lookout. Tour the northern beaches of Freshwater Bay and Curl Curl and drop by the seaside resort of Manly, famous for its surf beach and Norfolk pines.
As the night approaches, enjoy a delightful buffet dinner at a revolving restaurant in Sydney Tower. The 360-degree view of the city, the relax atmosphere 250 meters above ground and the sumptuous buffet dinner combine for a great experience and hearty appetite-- the perfect way to cap the first day in Sydney.
Travel north of Sydney and see the beautiful coastline dotted with holiday villages and white sandy. Keep a keen eye on alligators, crocodiles, kangaroos and koalas, that can be encountered along the way.
Board a luxury cruiser with a viewing deck to watch about 80 bottlenose dolphins at Port Stephens. Considered as one of the most intelligent and lovable of mammals, dolphins produce a unique sound that tourists can listen to through hydrophones.
The tour then takes tourists on a trip to Stockton Bight sand dunes on a four-wheel drive vehicle. Enjoy sand boarding down the dunes - a really fun experience for any age!
Devote the third day for a visit to Canberra, Australia’s capital city. Pass by historic Berrima and through the Southern Highlands, Goulburn sheep district and Lake George before reaching Canberra.
Go on a guided tour of the Australian War Memorial, the state-of-the art National Museum or the National Gallery of Australia and the New Parliament House. Get a sweeping view of Canberra from the Queen’s Terrace. See the Lake Burley Griffin and visit the National Library, National Science and Technology Centre, the residence of the Prime Minister called “The Lodge”, the Captain Cook Memorial Fountain and the Carillon.