Top Vantage Points in Sydney (2022 Edition)

Apr 8 22:26 2022 Harley Leon Print This Article

Get your cameras ready and head to some enticing vantage points in Sydney including Luna Park, Harbour Bridge, lunch cruises and many more.

There is no other city in the world with more recognisable skyline as Sydney Harbour. It is undoubtedly one of the most iconic destinations in Sydney and is famous across the world. Also,Guest Posting apart from being the location of the first European settlement, this is also the largest natural harbour in the world. From sea views to panoramic views from soaring heights, here are some lookout points where you can get a whole lot of Sydney in your camera frame. When you visit this harbour city next time, visit at least one of them to get snap-happy.

 

 

  • Sydney Harbour Cruise: When it comes to breathtaking views the harbour cruises have always stood a cut above the rest. Opt for a lunch cruise in Sydney and relish unparalleled views of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Fort Denison and much more like never before! Although there are numerous cruises for you to choose from, the luxurious glass boat with floor-to-ceiling glass windows offers a 360° view of the harbour vistas. Adding to this you get to savour a freshly prepared banquet menu and a fully licensed bar to boost your spirits! It doesn't get bigger than this! This lunch cruise is also a paradise for photography lovers so get your cameras ready at all times to get those Instagram-worthy shots of the city skyline!

 

 

 

  • Circular Quay: Often recognised as one of the most Instagrammed places in Sydney, Circular Quay is a must-visit, especially if you're looking to enjoy some picturesque views of the harbour and its precincts. This is a bustling promenade where the ambience is very much lively, to say the least with street buskers, a shining foreshore, ferries and cruises docking and departing and many bustling tourists going on about the pavement. The recently renovated Opera Bar right on the doorstep of Opera House and the harbour plaza offers you impressive views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It’s the perfect spot to take in the sun, sip a drink, savour some delicious food and appreciate the life around us, after all, there’s a reason why it's called the “best beer garden in the world”.

 

 

 

  • Sydney Harbour Bridge: It doesn't get more Sydney than walking over the iconic Harbour Bridge. This massive architecture is not only a national landmark but also serves as one of the best vantage points within the city. You can do the bridge climb to enjoy some riveting views of the city and its surroundings but you can’t bring a camera with you for safety reasons. So it is best that you tread the walking path and traverse across the bridge on foot and get yourself some incredible photos of the Opera House and city skyline along the way.

 

 

 

  • Luna Park: Luna Park is one of the most desired destinations in Sydney for tourists and locals alike. Catch a ferry from Circular Quay to Milsons Point and find yourself in this magical wonderland of thrilling rides, games and snacks! Perched on the harbourfront, the famous Luna Park has a rich history attached to it along with some mesmerising views of the city! Hop on the Ferris Wheel and you will witness the city skyline like never before from several feet above the ground. From here you can watch the bridge up close with the iconic entertainment venue peeking over the horizon in the backdrop.

 

 

 

  • Other Options: Mrs Macqauries Chair offers an exceptional view of the city skyline and foreground of harbour waters. This sandstone cut out rock moulded into the shape of a bench is located on the peninsula and can be accessed any time of the day although sunset views here are phenomenal.

 

 

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