Super Sydney Sightseeing Tours

//Super Sydney Sightseeing Tours

Super Sydney Sightseeing Tours

I think Sydney is great. There are so many beautiful places to discover and loads of exciting things to do. It is Australia’s most famous and recognisable city, with the Sydney Harbour bridge and the Opera House etched in the minds of most people before they have even stepped on a plane to come to Australia. Without a doubt it is exciting standing in Circular Quay with “the Bridge” to your left, the Opera house to your right, and a flotilla of ferries in-front of you waiting to take you to an array of interesting places up and down the magnificent Sydney Harbour.

Tip # 1 – ¬†catch a ferry to Cockatoo Island and enjoy a drink lounging on the deck chairs looking down the harbour. It’s a wonderful location and the small ferry fare is worth every cent. Whilst you are there have a stroll around the island and check out some of the art installations dotted around the place. Pack a picnic. There are barbecues on the island and camping facilities. It’s a secret little Sydney gem.

Tip # 2 – catch a bus to Bondi beach and walk to Coogee Beach. This walk takes you along the coast via some beautiful and iconic Sydney beaches. Pack a day pack with a water bottle, towel and swim-wear and enjoy the serenity. The walk takes about 1.5 hours so it is something you can do early in the morning and finish with breakfast or lunch in Coogee. You can do this walk in reverse but I found, and this is a totally personal decision, that the Coogee pub was a great place to sit and look at the beach from, with an icy cold beer in my hand. Bondi didn’t seem to have this, without wearing a “smart casual” outfit, something I was lacking having just swam at three different beaches. Either or, it’s a great walk and I highly recommend it.

These are just two recommendations, but I have many more. Simply contact Travel Forever and we will hopefully be able to make your visit to Sydney and the rest of Australia better.




2018-09-10T10:09:36+08:00 January, 21st 2014|