5 Amazing Destinations To Visit In Sydney This WinterPosted on Dec 06, 2018
It is the winter time, escape the scorching summer heat of northern hemisphere and set out for Australia. The temperature here falls below 7C in Sydney during the winter time and this makes the whole city ideal for a cool gateway, this is why Australia is sometimes termed as ‘Land Down Under’. Though you can experience the occasional chilly wind in this winter, you do not really have to bundle up yourself in heavy layers to enjoy the 5 activities here in Sydney. So, what are you waiting for? Book a hotel today and start planning for Sydney. Sydney darling is a nice place to stay in, if you are lucky you may get discounts on hotel accommodation at Darling Harbour Sydney during this time, so book early and avail the benefits.
Take a boat trip at Circular Quay and take a look at the majestic creature from a distance. If you are very lucky, you may even catch sight of a few migratory whales. This is an experience which can let you feel seasick and queasy.
Get To Top Of Harbour Bridge
Harbour Bridge is one of the most popular landmarks in Australia. Climb up the bridge for up to 134 meters and enjoy the scenic beauty of the entire city from the top altitude. Select night, day, twilight and day climb and relish a 360 degrees panoramic view from the iron bridge.
Coastal Walk To Coogee
On a coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee, you will see six beaches, along with its numerous bays and cliffs. Coastal path from iconic Bondi Icebergs to Coogee is about 6 km and you will need around two hours time to complete the journey. The coastal path, the beaches, and the cliffs and the bay are a treat to watch. If you like to start the route at a particular point along the route, you can do it. Bus transport links connect three points Bronte, Clovelly and Tamarama in between. Treat yourself with a drink at local cafes and bars as you walk along the coastal path.
Do you know that Wildlife Sydney Zoo is the only indoor zoo located in Australia? The zoo is situated in the heart of Sydney on the city side of Darling Harbour. You will get to see over 130 species with over 6000 Australian native wildlife there. Spend some time with the Wallabies or kolas through feeding seasons and daily shows-Sydney Zoo is a must-go place if you are an animal lover.
The Blue Mountains is located in New South Wales within the World Heritage Area. There is so much to see and experience from bushwalking to Three Sisters at Echo Point. You can enjoy many attractions and endless activities ranging from canyoning to camping and even mountain biking.
From magical mountain landscapes and iconic landmarks to cuddly native animals, there is so much to see and explore, head to Sydney today and experience the beautiful winter weather there.