Things to Do in Sydney

Sydney is a place where dreams come true.
Memories created here are the ones that stay with you forever. The crown city of Australia and the capital of New South Wales, it is famously known as the city of color, surfing and brides, there will never be a dull moment if you decide to spend your holidays in Sydney.

We have put together a list of things to do in the city and must see attractions that are sure to give you a blast.

Sydney Harbor Dining Cruise
The Parramatta River runs through the heart of Sydney where all the cruises start. The Harbor Cruise offers a view of the whole city and goes past the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The cruise runs from late morning to early evening and with plenty of opportunities for sightseeing and taking photos.

The cruise includes fine dining and drinks selection. Lunch is served at the waterside restaurant overlooking the river. It is considered one of the best cruises on Sydney Harbor and hundreds of tourists and holiday makers take the trip every day.

Jetpack Adventure
If you are the adventurous and thrill seeking sort, the Sydney Jetpack experience is the perfect way to spend your vacation.

Jetpack surfing or flyboarding is becoming very popular for people interested in water sports. It is quite safe and can be learned very quickly, even by beginners. Jetpack operators in Sydney provide full instructions, training and stay with you through a headset.

You can rise through the air, up to thirty feet above the water. The Jetpacks lets you travel at speeds of 35 kilometers. Experienced users create quite a show when they are twisting, swirling and somersaulting in the air.

If you have ever dreamed of flying through the air like Iron Man, then this will leave breathless.

The Vivid Festival
The Sydney Vivid festival takes place for three weeks between May and June. It is a festival of lights, music and celebration that attracts millions of visitors from all over the world.

Many major attractions in the city are involved in the festival including the Opera house, Walsh Bay, Darling Harbor, The Rocks, North Sydney, Harbor Lights and The Star.

The best way to enjoy the festival is at night, when the sun has set and the city lights up. Gently drifting on the river with music playing in the background, if you happen to look up at the lights on your cruise on Sydney Harbor, it will make you feel like you are in tune with the stars.

New Year’s Eve Cruise
The Aussie New Year Celebrations of fireworks with the Opera House in the background are iconic around the world. Millions of Australians and tourists visit Sydney to start their new year here with a bang.

A cruise on the river gives you the perfect vantage point to see the fireworks, enjoy the music and share a moment with friends and family.

Blue Mountain Trip 
The Blue Mountain National Park offers a great opportunity to have an adventure and be close to nature. Whether you are visiting Sydney or live here, a day trip to the park is a good way to make the most of your vacation.

Surfing on the beach
A trip to Sydney would not be complete without visiting its famous beaches. Sydney is one of the most popular destinations for surfing in the world and if you are passionate about surfing, you will have a lot of fun and love the clear blue water.

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