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Navigate the Bustling Sydney Harbour Sydney  Australia
Stunning Sydney Sydney  Australia
Something Special in Sydney Sydney  Australia
Navigate the Bustling Sydney Harbour Sydney  Australia
Stunning Sydney Sydney  Australia
Something Special in Sydney Sydney  Australia

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Something Special in Sydney

Take a trip Down Under to Australia’s gateway state, New South Wales, home to the iconic city of Sydney. With its picturesque harbor and stunning beaches blending intoxicatingly with a world-class, bustling city, Sydney is the perfect snapshot of Australia. With the iconic Opera House alongside the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the city will impress you with its overwhelming views and skyline.

With the city’s neighborhoods, beaches and famous landmarks offering a fascinating taste of quintessential Aussie lifestyle, Sydney has much to offer its visitors by way of exciting new adventures. An exhilarating Bridge Climb shows amazing views of the city and harbor. Take to the waves, Aussie style, with a surfing lesson on one of the world’s most renowned beaches, Bondi. Get intimate with Sydney on a walking tour of The Rocks, a visit to the Fish Market, or dinner at one of the city’s famed restaurants. Visitors can also indulge in a memorable cruise along Sydney Harbour onboard a luxury yacht with a glass of fine Australian wine–the ultimate way to wind down any Sydney day.

For something special, visit Sydney between May and June, when colored lights illuminate the city during Vivid Sydney. A city-wide spectacular where neighborhoods light up at night, this interactive festival has become a highlight for locals and visitors alike. A real treat is watching the Opera House’s changing colors and textures from the harbor, a show unlike any other in the world.

—Swain Destinations

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Swain Destinations
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Australia’s largest city is a stunner. Its sweeping waterfront is famous for the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge while its attractive neighborhoods and beaches provide a fascinating preview of the Aussie lifestyle. Swain Destinations can organize memorable activities, such as walking tours of the Rocks area; a swim at the oceanside pool at Icebergs at Bondi Beach; or meals at the city’s top restaurants. More adventurous travelers may opt for a surfing lesson or the exhilarating Bridge Climb. Wherever the day takes you, a cruise around the harbor on a luxury yacht or sailboat, with a glass of fine Australian wine in hand, is the ultimate way to spend the evening.
Azamara Club Cruises
over 4 years ago

Stunning Sydney

Many of Azamara’s Australian journeys include an overnight in Sydney, leaving you more time to explore the country’s largest and liveliest city. You can visit iconic landmarks like the Opera House on the Sydney Sights and Opera House excursion which will take you to see the interior that is just as stunning as the exterior; put your feet in the sand at the city’s world-famous beaches, like Bondi and Manly; and explore the restaurants and bars in the city’s historic Rocks neighborhood with Cruise Global, Eat Local℠. Azamara offers once in a lifetime experiences in many of the destinations it visits, and Sydney is surely no exception. Here you can soar to new heights when you sign up for the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. A qualified guide will lead you on an ascent to the top of this iconic structure where you’ll have 360-degree views of the Blue Mountains, the Opera House, and the harbor 400 feet below.
Air New Zealand
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Navigate the Bustling Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour is the heart and soul of the city of Sydney. Alive with ferries, yachts, launches, and kayaks, it is Sydney’s playground, used by many for sailing, swimming, diving, or just enjoying the foreshore.

Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, located in the Royal Botanic Gardens, is one of the best places in Sydney to soak up the stunning vista of the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge with the mountains in the distance. The Australian prime minister’s Sydney residence at Kirribilli can be viewed from this vantage point.

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