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Sydney Australia Tourist Guide

Sydney City Map of Where to Go, What to See and Places to Visit

This jewel of the South Pacific awaits your visit. If one word can sum up a city, the word describing Sydney Australia is diversity. This is a city of diverse culture, a diverse ethnic blend, diverse shopping and diverse experiences.

Here, you can find stunning beaches and scenery, attractions and activities, including a vibrant nightlife and a collection of places to eat, worthy of any world-class city.

The Sydney Australia Tourist Guide

Offers insights and travel information for both tourists and business visitors alike, who wish to travel to Sydney and Australia. You can find the inside information on our states, cities and other places to visit.

Places to Visit

Iconic Attractions: Sydney is where you can find world famous beaches, a beautiful harbour, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, as well as the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, a beautiful oasis in the city.Sydney Places to Visit

Great Beaches: Sydney is bordered on the east by some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, including Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, and Coogee Beach. Perfect for swimming, surfing, sunbathing and people-watching. Beaches to Visit

Sydney’s nightlife: with a flourishing nightlife. Offering something for everyone, you can find plenty of live music venues and comedy clubs to keep you entertained. City Places

Delicious food: Sydney is a melting pot of cultures, and this is reflected in its diverse food scene. You can find everything from traditional Australian cuisine to international fare, all of which is delicious. Sydney Restaurants

Sydney Cruises & Tours

Sydney tours, harbour cruises and places to visit:

Sydney Harbour
Tours and Cruises

Inner City CBD

The inner city of course, is important as to where modern Australia began as a nation. Much of its early history began here, first as a penal colony, but quickly growing with free settlers from all over the world.

Sydney Central
Sydney CBD

Places to Visit

The greater Sydney Australia region has beaches, mountains, national parks and a stunning harbour. Amongst our many places to visit: Sydney Places to Visit, Attractions and exploring the Suburbs and Surrounds.

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Australia History

Our history bestows structure and formality, our geographic location south of Asia brings diverse oriental mystery, the great South Pacific Ocean brings relaxation and the timeless expanse of this great country creates self-sufficiency:

Sydney and Australia History

Sydney Aboriginal History

Sydney’s Aboriginal history dates back more than 22,000 years, perhaps even up to 50,000 years with over 5,500 known Sydney rock art sites. Early colonial explorers, like Watkin Tench, noted that aboriginal paintings and engravings were everywhere to be found.

History of Sydney and Australia
History of Australia

Greater Sydney Surrounds

The Blue Mountains: The Blue Mountains are a UNESCO World Heritage site and a popular destination for day trips and weekend getaways from Sydney. The mountains are home to a variety of hiking trails, waterfalls, and scenic overlooks. You can also go rock climbing, abseiling, or mountain biking in the Blue Mountains. Visit the Blue Mountains

Hunter Valley: Hunter Valley: The Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine region and is home to over 150 wineries. You can sample wines at cellar doors, take a winery tour, or enjoy a gourmet meal at one of the valley’s many restaurants.

Port Stephens: Port Stephens: Port Stephens is a coastal region located about two hours north of Sydney. It’s home to stunning beaches, sand dunes, and a large protected marine park. You can go swimming, surfing, sailing, fishing, or dolphin watching in Port Stephens.

Jervis Bay: Jervis Bay: Jervis Bay is a beautiful bay located about three hours south of Sydney. It’s home to some of the whitest sand beaches in the world, as well as crystal-clear waters. You can go swimming, snorkeling, diving, or kayaking in Jervis Bay.

If you’re looking for something a little more off the beaten path, you could also visit the Southern Highlands, the Central Coast, or the Hawkesbury River.

No matter what your interests are, there’s sure to be a perfect place to visit outside of Sydney. So start planning your next adventure today!

Sydney Surrounds Map

Exploring Greater Sydney
Sydney Surrounds

Come Visit

Combined with our golden beaches, timeless history, South Pacific climate, beautiful national parks and Sydney Harbour, this cosmopolitan city welcomes millions of international visitors every year.

The Sydney Australia Tourist Guide is designed to highlight the sights and sounds of this spectacular city and what it has to offer travellers:



Sydney Tourist Guide - Hotels & Accommodation

Find Hotels in Sydney and throughout Australia: Sydney Hotels. You can also find airfares, travel packages, late bookings, car hire, cruises, tours and attractions.

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Shopping Places

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Adelaide is a city with a lot to offer. With a vibrant arts and culture scene, a diverse range of restaurants and plenty of activities, both indoors and outdoors. Offering a more relaxed vacation, consider travelling to one of the many wine regions in South Australia. The Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Clare Valley are all home to world-class wineries and stunning scenery.

Take an idyllic river cruise on a paddle steamer, explore the Flinders Ranges, take a wilderness tour. Take the ferry to Kangaroo island with its strange rock formations, wine taste your way across the myriad of wineries in Coonawarra, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and the Limestone Coast.

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Western Australia Travel Guide Great deserts, untouched beaches and tropical rainforests. WA maps, attractions and places to visit and stay.

Western Australia has some of the most stunning natural scenery in the world, from the rugged coastline of the Coral Coast to the vast ancient wilderness landscapes of the Kimberley.

Perth, capital of the state, has wonderful white sandy but uncrowded beaches, beautiful parks and gardens and noted for its excellent seafood dining.

Best Places to Visit in Western Australia Eplore The Goldfields. Gold was discovered here in the 1890s, leading to a gold rush from miners all over the world.

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Sydney Harbour with the City Center (CBD) in the Background
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