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Sydney Attractions

  • Best Beaches in Sydney for Sunrise

    Best Beaches in Sydey

    Sydney is one of the most beautiful cities with amazing beaches along its 70km of coastline. To explore all the hidden beaches in lovely spots in detail requires a couple of days. Most beaches are very well maintained and ideal for swimming. Popular spots like Bondi, Coogee and Cornaull have a lifeguard on duty and have strict regulation for swimming and surfing. 

  • Driving from Sydney to Wollongong

    Sydney to Wollongong Road trip

    Wollongong is a very popular destination some 80 km from the city. You can drive or catch a train that takes around an hour and cost approx $16 on city rail to get there. The train runs from central station at country link platform. Wollongong is located on South Coastline, passing through Hurstville, Shire District and some of the most scenic spots like Helensburgh, Stinson Beach, Thirroul. 

  • Exploring Blue Mountains near Sydney

    Blue Mountains Australia

    The Blue Mountains is one of my all-time favourite locations for a day trip from Sydney. It is very rare to have a city to have a number of beautiful beaches and an amazing mountains range at a one-hour driving distance. The region is home to blue gum trees. The smoke from the burning of these trees creates a bluish-grey mist which is visible from a distance. This is where this region earns its name as "Blue Mountains". 

  • Exploring Nelson Bay and Port Stephens NSW

    Port Nelson NSW

    Nelson Bay and Port Stephen are great destinations for a relaxed as well as adventurous holiday if you are travelling with kids. Port Stephens Australia has the longest sand dunes in Australia and 10-mile beach. With a unique landscape comprising water inlets and a long stretch of sand dunes, Port Stephens and Port Nelson are great places to explore for a day trip or a weekend break. 

  • More about Sydney Australia

    Sydney is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world to travel to. It is a major destination for millions of tourists from south-east Asia as well as Europe escaping from cold winters and looking for beautiful warm beaches. The land down under attracts hundreds of young backpackers and working holidaymakers to the city. The city offers good work opportunities as there is a lot of business activity all through the year.  

  • Sydney to Jervis Bay and Ulladulla

    Sydney to Jervis Bay

    Jervis Bay is 200 km south of Sydney. A remarkable, beach area Jervis is popular for whitest sands and blue water. This destination attracts a large number of tourist from Sydney as well as other cities in NSW.  Jervis is a great stopover for visitors travelling from Sydney to Melbourne via Princess Highway. With easy road access and campgrounds available near the beaches, Jervis is ideal for a weekend break. You can explore the Shoalhaven region on your way from Sydney which is popular for lakes and beautiful beaches.  Wollongong, Kiama, Berry and Mollymook are other interesting places to stop on the way to Jervis.