Sydney City Tour, Australia

About Sydney: Sydney City Tour is of the harbour city and is the oldest, largest and cosmopolitan city in Australia with one of the reputation of world’s most beautiful and liveable cities. The city brims with history, culture, nature and art, design along with monuments which are known for being synonymous with the city. Whether, it is the Sydney Opera House or the Sydney Harbour Bridge both are the most iconic structure on the planet. The district has compact city centre which is surrounded by the sprawling suburbs and the city is cosmopolitan to the hilt along with the skyscrapers dotting the skyline.

Sydney Tourist Places: The iconic places which lies all across the city are in plenty and it gives the Sydney City Tour a complete meaning with giving enough time to your days and night for completing the tour and then remember it for a long time. The city has a vast and diverse metropolitan area which is divided into Central Sydney along with Greater Sydney and Hawkesbury which is a semi-rural area to the northwest of the city. The Sydney apart from being globally known is also the sports hub as it has hosted the summer Olympics in the year 2000 and is destined to be one of the greatest world cities by the end of 21st Century.

The Indigenous Australians who were the aborigines have inhabited the Sydney for at-least 30,000 years and gradually the city developed with some great iconic destinations. The central Sydney has as many places which are to be visited and they could be found to be some best places to remember:

1. City Centre: Every city has a centre which reflects it’s inner and outer thoughts and so has Sydney with one of the busiest one. The famous attractions are fine restaurants along with shopping and also the government and financial buildings are found here.

2. The Rocks: The Rocks which is the first colonial village of Sydney and is West of the Circular Quay has the iconic Harbour bridge.

3. Darling harbour: The Darling harbour has an extensive leisure along with entertainment area which is immediately found to be the West of the Central Business District. One can find her some iconic restaurants along with boardwalks, aquariums, museums and wildlife adventure park which could be found here.

4. City South: The City South with Haymarket, Chinatown and Central station area is also a place with markets, cafes and Chinese culture with various cuisines with some cheaper accommodation and shopping making it a place search for the accommodation by many budget travelers.

5. City East: The Kings Cross, Darlinghurst, Surry Hills, Woolloomooloo and Moore Park are the few places with busy nightlife and coffee shops. The city is known for the fashion and entertainment hub by day.

6. City West: The City west which is all about exploring the Powerhouse museum along with finding a maritime pub or also few takers may move towards Casino will find the place to be full of activity even during the early morning trip to the fish markets.

Also, the other places worth visit are Greater Sydney which have beaches, parks cheaper shopping commercial center and the cultural festivals which could be found to be a great place during the summer. So, Sydney is a place which is not to be forgotten and it is the first place to visit in Australian itinerary from where on the person moves towards Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane and many other completing the tour down under.

Tourists attractions: Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Queen Victoria Building, Taronga Zoo, Bondi Beach, Sydney Harbour, Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney Tower, Royal Botanic Gardens, Australian National Maritime Museum etc.

Things to do: Swim on Beaches - Bondi Beach, Cycling -Bicentennial Park, Surf Water Sport - Bondi Beach, Fishing on beaches, walking across Harbour Bridge, Climbing on Sydney Harbour Bridge, Arts Performing at Opera House, Festivals celebration etc.

Weather Temperature:

Months Temp. Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Average Low (℃) 18.8 18.9 17.6 14.7 11.6 9.3 8.1 9.0 11.1 13.6 15.7 17.6
Average High (℃) 26.0 25.8 24.8 22.5 19.5 17.0 16.4 17.9 20.1 22.2 23.7 25.2

Nearest Accommodations:

Luxury Hotels: Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour (+61 2 9256 4000), Sydney Harbour Bed & Breakfast (+61 2 9247 1130), Hotel Palisade (+61 2 9018 0123), Sir Stamford at Circular Quay (+61 2 9252 4600), InterContinental Sydney (+61 2 9253 9000), Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel (+61 2 9259 7000), Sofitel Sydney Wentworth (+61 2 9228 9188), Four Seasons Hotel Sydney (+61 2 9250 3100), Shangri-La Hotel (+61 2 9250 6000), The Sebel Quay West Suites Sydney (+61 2 9240 6000), Holiday Inn Old Sydney (+61 2 9255 1800), Harbour Rocks Hotel (+61 2 8220 9999), The Langham, Sydney (+61 2 9256 2222)

Affordable Hotels: Captain Cook Hotel (+61 2 9247 3786), Sydney Harbour YHA (+61 2 8272 0900), The Australian Heritage Hotel (+61 2 9247 2229), Wynyard Hotel (+61 2 9299 1330), Angel Hotel (+61 2 9114 7325), Pacific International Suites Parramatta Hotel (+61 2 9685 1600), Megaboom City Hotel (+61 2 9996 8888), Wake Up Sydney (+61 2 9288 7888), Sydney Wattle Hotel (+61 2 9332 4118), Clover Backpackers (+61 2 8542 0451), Shakespeare Hotel (+61 2 9319 6883), Secret Garden Backpackers (+61 2 9699 3964), Sydney Railway Square YHA (+61 2 9281 9666)

Distances from Sydney city:

Melbourne City : 877.7 KM

Brisbane City : 958.4 KM

Perth City : 3933.7 KM

Adelaide City : 1375.0 KM

Gold Coast City : 886.2 KM

Nearest Major Airport: Sydney Airport (Kingsford Smith Airport) is the busiest and largest airport of the Australia country where tourists can get flight to mostly foreign country and domestic cities. It is just 12 KM distance from central business district .