Scale the Sydney Harbour Bridge and enjoy a stunning 360-degree panorama of the city and harbour. BridgeClimb Sydney offers a range of experiences that will take you to the top of the famous ‘Coathanger’. Of course, if you’d rather keep your feet on the ground, you can still experience the majestic views by walking the full span of the bridge for free.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at this World Heritage-listed marvel or enjoy a star-studded performance.
Lose yourself amid the lush grounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens, the oldest botanic garden and scientific institution in Australia. Set on very shores of Sydney Harbour, it’s the perfect spot to unwind and soak up the city’s spectacular harbour views, or to enrich your botanical understanding with a guided tour.
Find yourself on an amazing animal adventure as you journey into Australia’s most famous locations. See creatures of the night in the Nightfall habitat, meet the world’s deadliest snake, cuddle up to koalas at Koala Encounters and much, much more – there’s so much to see and do!
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium has the world’s largest collection of Australian aquatic life. From sharks and dugongs to stingrays and seahorses, discover 14 themed areas on a journey through SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium. You can even snorkel with sharks. Behind-the-scene tours are available, including a glass-bottom boat tour.
Located in the historic Rocks precinct, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) is a cultural beacon in the city. The MCA has never been a museum that shies away from boundary-pushing exhibitions, and over the years it has played host to works by many leading international artists, including Anish Kapoor and Yoko Ono.
Modern and contemporary works are displayed in expansive, light-filled spaces, offering stunning views of Sydney and the harbour, while the splendid Grand Courts are home to a distinguished collection of colonial and 19th-century Australian works and European old masters. There are also galleries celebrating the arts of Asia and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. Free entry.
Discover for yourself why Bondi Beach is the famous home of Australian surf culture. Feel the sand between your toes and take a relaxing dip in the crystal-clear waters, or simply marvel at the surfers in action, from the comfort of the shore. Make a day of it, pack a picnic and watch the sun set. And be sure to keep your eye out for the lifesavers from the TV show, Bondi Rescue!