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Five reason’s to go to Sydney


You’ve heard of the land down under, but what is it that makes it a top destination? It’s beaches, the cute Koala’s or even the chill and calm environment of the famous Aussies. Well it’s so much more then that. Here are five reasons why Sydney should be your next destination.

1 It’s Famous Landmarks

Alright we get it, every city has it’s famous landmark and obviously a selfie must happen, or it didn’t happen, right? Right. Sydney is home to some of the most famous landmarks in the world. Yes yes, we mean the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and that cool rock, you know, the one in the middle of Australia? No, okay probably not, but it is famous for a photo op, it’s in fact called the Uluru rock and it happens to be a very big one, but if you’re not up for taking a trip to the middle of Australia, then Sydney’s iconic landmarks will just have to do. The Sydney Opera house is one of the most unique buildings in the world, with it’s wave like architect, it’s a perfect photo op for a selfie and also an “Hey look! I’m in Australia” picture. The Sydney Harbour bridge is no different. Once again another landmark for an “Hey look where I am!” picture, it sets up for the perfect backdrop and if you’re feeling like taking a challenge, one can even climb the bridge and walk over it, and if that’s not your thing, then maybe walking across it may just be a better option.


2 The Harbours

The Sydney Harbour if probably one of the most fun harbours in the world. With it’s relaxed and cool atmosphere, Sydney is home to one of the most entertaining waterfronts ever. Being one of Sydney’s main attractions, the harbour offers cruises and waterfront locations such as lunch, and dining, as well as the cruises offering lunch, dining, and party cruises as well. One can not only indulge in some delicious seafood, but also take in the sights of the Sydney skyline and harbour. The ferry’s on the harbour can take one to any Sydney waterfront location including the Taronga Zoo, and also Watson’s Bay. The Darling Harbour on the other hand offers shops, dining, museums, exhibition halls, Imax cinema, and boating venues to name a few.

3 Beaches!

Who doesn’t love the beach?! Well some don’t, but for the many who do, Sydney is a one of a kind city for it’s world renowned beaches. Never far from the sand, one can go surfing, snorkeling, boating, sailing, etc, or simply take in the Australian sun. Almost ever season is an acceptable season to go to the beach in Sydney, with the exception of Winter. It’s world renowned beaches include Manly Beach, and Bondi Beach.

4 The Food

A common thing when visiting a world renowned city is their food, but when it comes to Sydney, no one loves their food more than they do, and they are happy to share it off to whomever is willing to give it a try. Doyle’s on Watsons bay is their most famous seafood restaurant although one can find more throughout the city. Being next to a harbour and the ocean has it’s perks for this city. If seafood isn’t your thing, then Harry’s Cafe De Wheels could be more of your tasting with great views of the Woolloomooloo Harbour, no that was not a typo, yes it’s called Woolloomooloo Harbour, with foods such as mashed potatoes, or their famous pies which consists of a lean topside, salt, pepper, herbs, and spices.

5 The Wildlife


Sydney, and Australia, for this matter, is home to some of the cutest animals in the world. Yes, we know all animals are cute, but have you seen Koala bears sleeping on a tree, and Kangaroos hopping away. Well in Sydney you’re not far from seeing one although you’re technically not in the wildlife. No zoo will show you what a Sydney zoo will. With all types of different animals and species to show off to their guests, Sydney is home to some of the most interesting wildlife. If zoo’s are not really your thing and you want to see the natural wildlife in the city, then the Sydney Botanical Gardens may just be the place with some water dragons, and twirling lorikeets to give you more of that nature view.




Stephanie Valenzuela