There are lots of amazing destinations to visit in Sydney to explore by travelers. Below are five places which you should not skip if you are travelling to Sydney.
Sydney Tower Eye
It takes you to the highest point above Sydney for breathtaking 360 degree views of the beautiful harbour city. Ticket to this place also includes 4D cinema experience which will reveal a new dimension to Sydney through a whole new perspective with reminiscent in-theater effects including bubbles, water and wind. High powered binoculars and multilingual touch screen panels at the Observation Deck gives every visitor interesting facts about the famous landmarks they are looking at.
Wild Life Sydney Zoo
If you love adventures, then step into this place and walk through iconic Australian habitats and encounter some of the most loved, feared and unique animals. It features interactive displays, entertaining keeper talks and enhanced walk-through habitats including Butterfly Tropics, Kangaroo Walk-About and Koala Encounters.
Australian National Maritime Museum
One of the distinctive and entertainment destinations for the whole family to enjoy, this place is located at the northern end of Darling Harbour. This museum has 6 permanent galleries and an ever-changing program of temporary exhibitions and a fleet of historic craft at its wharves. There are lots of activities during weekends and school holidays.
Treetop Adventure Park
It is multi-award winner park which caters for people from all walks of life and aims for minimal environmental impact on the forest. It offers barbecues, covered picnic areas, children’s playgrounds and toilet facilities. All free to use before or after your climb. There are 108 challenges including 20 flying foxes, the longest at 250 meters.
Royal Botanic Garden
Established in 1816, this garden is spread in an area of 30 hectares and is the oldest scientific institution in Australia. It is home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas which includes rare and threatened plants of the world. Aboriginal Heritage Tours of the Royal Botanic Garden are from 10 a.m. on Fridays or by request for groups.
Hugh Xavier is a writer of this article. When he is not writing, he can be found exploring new places and foods, especially weird ones.