Magical and ordinary, intimidating and welcoming, natural and urban, famous “Land down Under” has so much to offer. If you decide to stop by and visit it, before setting off to the Australian inland, stay a few days at Sydney. It is among the largest cities on this continent. Go through this list to see what you could visit.
For those who love nature and its wonders, this marvelous complex simply cannot be avoided. It may be a few hours driving from center of Sydney, but it is worth the effort. One of the oldest cave systems in all of the world, and certainly among the most beautiful ones, it consists of eleven chambers, through which runs crystal clear underground river. Luckily, people understood its value, so it is lit in exquisite way, giving up an impression of a real sunshine.
Only an hour and a half from Sydney lies vast open area covered with distinctive Australian wildlife. Blue Mountains got their name after ever-present and spectacular horizon of the same color. Forests of eucalyptus, low bushes, paired with steep cliffs and numerous waterfalls on both Grose River and Wentworth Creek, its sight is simply amazing. It has only one flaw, and that is it cannot be seen all of it in one day. Spare at least a few.
Of course that white sails of this building will be included in this list! If you visit Sydney, and you do not see this modern wonder, it counts as if you were not there. This is a beating heart of this city, and you will feel it the best right here. On the other hand, you do not need to see it from up close, but here is a hint. Sunset over the bay with Opera House in sight is very romantic. So if you are not traveling on your own, here is your opportunity to live up to an unforgettable moments.
If Opera House is a heart, then Bondi is soul of Sydney. To compare Australian beaches with rock and roll bands, Bondi would be Rolling Stones. Everyone had heard about it, yet it is not the prettiest one, but without it, it would be simply awful. Social life and rivers of young people are ever present here, knowing each other, surfing, jogging, whatever they like, or simply sitting down and enjoying the view. However, it lacks restaurants and taverns, for it would be really nice if you could lay back and enjoy the
pleasant buzz of people walking by while drinking some cold drink.
Sydney never sleeps, that is obvious. Its diversity in what nightlife has to offer is enormous. You are in the mood for house or electronic music? Clubs are there. Pubs and taverns host excellent rock and roll gigs, and sometimes, you can meet someone famous there. It would be a real shame to be alone in such place, so there are numerous Sydney escorts companies, like Red Door Agency, whose girls are really stunning, without exaggeration. Be careful though, if you are not native Australian, breaking the law can either cost you a lot of money, or send you to jail.
So, we have seen that Sydney is quite generous to its visitors. Only one question is left to be asked. When do you start packing?