A visitor’s guide – What to see and do in Sydney

Sydney is one of the world’s most beautiful tourist destinations. Known for its sun-drenched beaches, museums, art galleries, gardens, wildlife and a whole arrange of natural wonders it’s attracts visitors from far-flung destinations across the world. Sydney has a number of stunning outdoor activities that you will absolutely love. Some of the things to do in Sydney are:

Luna Park

This amusement park has a number of fun rides, including Ferris Wheel, Tango Train and many more. Luna Park is an entertainment precinct of many faces and especially great to visit for those with kids. It is a people’s park where you may throw a party for your kids and plan your dream wedding in the state-of-the-art Crystal Palace.

Taronga Zoo

The zoo is home to thousands of exotic and native species which include tigers, leopards, gorillas, giraffes, kangaroos, koalas, chimpanzees and Thai Asian elephants. It offers a picturesque backdrop and unique setting that will make your trip truly unforgettable.

Sydney Sea Life Aquarium

It has the world’s largest collection of Australian aquatic life – from sharks and dugongs to seahorses and stingrays. This beautiful aquarium also features 14 themed zone which comprises of Discovery Rockpool, Jurassic Seas, Shark Walk and the world’s largest Great Barrier Reef display. Visit Sydney Sea Life Aquarium with your family to see its variety of water habitats.

Dine at Sydney’s best eateries

Enjoy the wonderful experience of fine dining with your family in restaurants of Sydney, like Quay, Sepia and Rockpool where you may delight to taste various Asian, Australian and Japanese-inspired contemporary flavors.

For more details, visit: www.eatwelltraveleverywhere.com


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