Seasons Darling Harbour, Sydney - Destination Info
Sydney Harbour and its shores are the big attraction, so ferry-hopping across the water or taking a harbour cruise on the huge variety of craft that offer them, is an absolute must.
Once you’ve braved the heights with a climb on top of the famous ‘coathanger’ – aka Sydney Bridge - no-one will have had a better view of the iconic Sydney opera house.
Hire a sports car and take a drive to explore the hundreds of beaches along the New South Wales coastline. The Hunter Valley wineries and beautiful Blue Mountains are other destinations to enjoy with the top down on a lovely sunny day.
A healthy way to see the city is to take a bike tour. That way you get a real feel for the city, as well as a spot of exercise too.
Manly Beach is less crowded than the ever-popular Bondi. It’s got great fish and chips too.
Sydney is big on fireworks, and not just at New Year either. From August to December, there are regular spectacular displays lighting up the night sky with colour and noise.
The nearby Chinese Friendship Garden is the only one of its kind outside of Asia, complete with a teahouse to keep you refreshed after your walk around this tranquil and beautiful spot.