1- Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is considered the city’s most important attraction.
2- Sydney Harbor Bridge
The bridge is a special kind in the world.
3- Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach never loses its popularity due to its golden sandy beach and clear sea.
4- Royal Botanical Garden
Filled with 30-hectare botanical gardens, guests are captivated by the breathtaking views of the harbor.
5- Neighborhood Cliffs
In 1788, it was the first colonial region in Australia founded by European immigrants.
6- Darling Harbor
Darling Harbor is another popular tourist attraction you can visit in order to enjoy the lively atmosphere and enjoy the moments.
7- Sydney Tower
If you want to see the original view of the city from a bird’s eye view, many travelers will find it.
8- Queen Victoria Building
The Quenn Victoria Building stands out with its Gothic exterior.
9- Taronga Sydney Zoo
Tarong Sydney Zoo is especially visited by families with children.
10- Blue Mountains
50 km from the city center; The city boasts exquisite landscapes, a busy Aboriginal population, impressive diversity of plants and animals and extreme sports.
11- Hyde Park
Hyde Park was built between 1810-1927. Australia’s oldest park is divided into two parts: south and north.
12- Manly Beach and Manly Ferry Port
Manly Beach is a place where you can enjoy the sea and take part in activities such as shopping, golf and workshops.
13- SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
THE LIFE OF THE SEA The Sydney aquarium, with 12 different thematic areas with unusual features, reveals the richness of the underwater world.
14- New South Wales Art Gallery
It is set in a beautiful park overlooking Sydney Harbor.
15- Australian National Maritime Museum
Sydney is an indispensable cultural resort for travelers interested in sailing.
16- Museum of Modern Art
It is one of Australia’s leading cultural sites.
17- St. Mary’s Cathedral
The Gothic-style building is based on Lincoln Cathedral in England.
18- Chinese Friendship Garden
China Friendship Garden was founded in 1988, the twin city Guangzhou city by landscape architects and gardeners.
19- Luna Park Sydney
In the amusement park you can look at classic options such as the carousel and the ferris wheel.
Chinatown is the last residential area I’d recommend adding to Sydney’s attractions.
21- Parliament Building
Designed by architect Charles Passley.
22- Old Treasure Building
It is considered one of the most impressive structures in Australia.
23- Princess Theater
The Princess Theater Melbourne is an example of spectacular historical buildings on the list of sights.
24- Federation Square
Federation Square is not very old.
25- Cricket Stadium
The MCG was the main stadium for the 1956 Olympics.
26- National Gallery of Victoria
In fact, the Victoria Gallery offers more than 68,000 works of art in two different locations.
27- Eureka Tower
The 91-story Eureka Rebellion skyscraper is also a monument.
28- Bazaars and Transitions
The streets of Flinders, Collins and Bourke are elegant, local, interesting and crowded streets and you must walk along the corridors.
29- Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building
Melbourne is actually a museum town.
30- Captain Cook’s House
This is a type of museum where many objects, adventures and discoveries from the captain’s life are exhibited.