With one of the most iconic skylines in the world, Sydney has a lot to offer. From gorgeous weather throughout most of the year to a blend of outdoor recreation and vibrant city attractions, this Australian destination is a favourite for visitors around the world and it’s easy to see why!

For those who love to visit destinations with many of the popular conveniences combined with boutique and artisan amenities, Sydney is one place you’ll never get tired of exploring. From luxury hotels like the Park Hyatt Sydney to more boutique hotels like the Old Clare Hotel, each neighbourhood offers its own distinct charm and appeal. Walk down any street and you’ll find an assortment of shoppes, museums, art galleries and, of course, many spots to stop and have a delicious meal. Within the city limits of Sydney, you’ll have an opportunity to explore many of the various villages and scenic points of interest – Newtown, Chippendale and Potts Point all have their own appeal and cater to many different personality types. Want to get out to one of the most famous beaches in the world? Throw on that swimsuit and head down to Bondi Beach for breathtaking coastal views and people watching!

One of the most famous destinations in Sydney is the Opera House, located right on water with the nearby Harbour Bridge. This iconic point of interest is one of the most photographed sights in the world – for a good view, head over to Dawes Point Park for several lookout opportunities that will give you stunning views of the Opera House, in addition to the surrounding Sydney skyline. As the largest city in Australia, as well as being New South Wales’ capital city, Sydney is also an ideal spot to learn about the history of the country and Aboriginal heritage. Museums are plentiful throughout the city for children and adults alike, such as The Australian Museum, which highlights extensive collections of cultural and natural sciences. For those who are interested in true crime or prison history, the Hyde Park Barracks Museum is interesting and located close to other art galleries and museums in the neighbourhood.