Sydney Stories: The must Ones to Visit

Apr 7 02:00 2022 Harley Leon Print This Article

Are you on the road to make memories in Sydney? Here are some of the tourist friendly spots in Sydney to embellish your travel diary with colors, fun, and adventure.

I was sitting cradled at the feet of our big Moreton Bay Fig Tree,Guest Posting with a calm, composed and tranquilizing state of mind. The natural landscape, mint green leaves, and blazing yet shady sun in the city of Sydney has always flabbergasted me. The Fig Tree  Lawn has always elevated me into a mystical sphere.  Like how the Bodhi tree enlightened Lord Buddha, the Moreton Bay Fig or Australian Banyan tree, one of the oldest and tallest trees in the site of  Sydney’s first farm, Royal Botanical Garden enriched me with a new passion and drive. So, now I’m launching myself forward to spring ahead and have an amazing tour around the wonders of Sydney. 

Welcome to my Sydney Stories!

Sydney, alighted on the east coast of Australia, the capital of the state of New South Wales embraced by Pacific Ocean is one of the world’s beautiful harbours. Cruising restaurants can offer a great view on the amazing architectural wonders of Sydney with high quality restaurant style dining. Sydney harbour lunch cruises are one of the best options for a budget-friendly tour around Sydney harbour. There are premium glass boats, modern Australian built catamaran, and authentic paddle wheelers with freshly prepared food and reserved individual tables. I can assure you that a Sydney lunch cruise can drown you with its amazing visual experience and great cuisine. 

Sydney, the gracious city with sophisticated Victorian architecture and tourist friendly inner city suburbs is a geographically spectacular manmade “Wonderland”. The Sydney Tower over 800 feet up offers a 360 degree view on the Sydney city domain from its observation deck called Sydney Tower Eye. The open air glass-floored platform called Skywalk which extends over the main structure of the deck can also be accessed if you are in a booked group tour. 

Then comes the Sydney version of a grand central station, the Circular Quay. You can just get about anywhere either by ferry, water taxi, or train from the Circular Quay. Just to the right of the undulating white sails is the Sydney Opera House, the incredible cultural venue. Nearly 11 million people visit the Opera House every year. You don't need a ticket or even a tuxedo to explore this architectural miracle in the heart of the Sydney Harbour (I was in casuals, so can you!). 

To the left of Circular Quay is the Sydney harbour Bridge also known as the “coat hanger”, the popular photo stop, and an architectural marvel. Obviously the main tourist attraction, also a living landmark and a transportation tool. You can either take a walk across the bridge or join up to the Bridge Climb Tour for a bit more fun and adventure. Believe me, it will be an exhilarating experience if you can make it up to the top!

Just across the bridge you can see Sydney's biggest smile with carnival colors from another historical landmark- The Luna Park. Everyone is welcomed with a 9 meter wide smiling moon face with huge towers characterised as one of the main attractions of the park. You can have a thrilling experience on the Ferris Wheel or from the devil’s drop or maybe even from the slides. If you want a fun experience filled with adventure, you should definitely visit Luna Park.

A ferry short ride from the Luna Park can get you into the Darling harbour, one of Sydney's urban renewal triangles and home to the National Maritime Museum. There are dozens of waterfront restaurants, we can eat, drink, shop, and enjoy while going through the harbour. And, we can also discover engaging historical documents, cultural artefacts, and unique Australian animals from the Darling harbour and museum tour.

As you people know, travellers are never-ending story tellers. Grab your tickets and make memories in Sydney. I will get back to you with more Sydney Stories! Bye...

 

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