The two-hour Nura Diya experience gets you up close to native animals such as koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, emus, and birds, but your Aboriginal guide will also explain their own stories, share their personal connection to the land, and teach you of the strong link between Aboriginal people and their wildlife. You can also see the Harbour Bridge across the water! Go to the bird show, set in a little open amphitheatre, while you’re visiting the landmark zoo. You’ll have everything from big sea eagles to brolgas flying straight over your head and around the theatre before settling on the zookeeper’s arm. It’s so incredible it borders on circus.
If you’re visiting Sydney this is a must if you’ve never been before!! The views across the Harbour are stunning!
Australia's no.1 site for travel experiences with spectacular views of Sydney harbour, you can see native wildlife and rare exotic animals.
Australia's oldest and largest Zoo with over 4,000 resident animals with spectacular views over the harbour. Be sure to purchase tickets online to secure a discount (20% for families and 10% single tickets). Be sure to go early as the zoo can get very busy especially during school holidays.
Not a big fan of zoos in general, but the setting of Taronga Zoo is just breathtaking.
“This iconic building has global significance as well as local. Admire it from a distance, get up close to examine the intricate tiling, or step inside and dine at Bennelong, one of Sydney’s best eating experiences, under a soaring, airy ceiling with views of the harbour. One of the world’s most significant buildings. You’ll get an appreciation for the story behind the architecture by taking the fantastic backstage tour—something we should all do. There’s a complex, compelling history here, that highlights the difficulty experienced when radical thinking and true innovation seek to create something remarkable.”
“Bring out your inner child by visiting Sydneys famous Luna park Sydney at 1 Olympic Dr. Milsons point. An amusement Park. The park was constructed at the foot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge during 1935, and ran for nine month seasons until 1972, after a few mishaps Luna Park reopened in 2004 and has continued operating since. Luna Park is one of the two amusement parks in the world that are protected by government legislation: several of teh buildings on the site are also listed on the Register of the National Estate and teh NSW State Heritage Register. The park has been utilised as a filming location for several movies and televisions shows. ”
“ the most important public gallery in Sydney and one of the largest in Australia.”
“a great easy walk that takes in the sites of Sydney harbour, the Sydney opera house, and woolloomollo wharf and provide easy access to the Art Gallery of NSW, State Library and Circular quay. A beautiful location for those off you who love to jog against a breathtaking backdrop”
“Balmoral is one of the most beautiful beaches in Sydney. Situated 10 mins from your holiday home you will find white sand beautiful blue water and a place to take a picnic, beach umbrella for a relaxing day out. Balmoral has great cafes and the best restaurant called Bathers for a real treat.”