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Discovering Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

If you’re looking for a holiday destination, congratulations! Your search is finally over. We have found the perfect destination for you – Sydney, that is, the most beautiful city in Australia. Since this metropolis is huge, we have singled out some of the most amazing suburbs and parts of the city you should visit.


Greenwich is located on the lower north shore of Sydney. It is one of the most visited parts of the city. Owing to its beautiful sandy beaches, among which the Coogee Beach is the most famous, this place is perfect for a family vacation. You can just relax and spend some quality time with your children and spouse. Also, if you are a sports fan, there is no better place for you than Greenwich. It is also known as a “Sports Coast” and it’s a home to many golf courses, and the well-renowned Allianz Stadium.

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Allianz, Sydney

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is the name of one of the Sydney’s suburbs, as well as the name of the world-famous beach. Not only can you swim in the ocean, but you can also enjoy the Bondi Icebergs swimming pools, located on the coast and surrounded by the ocean. This place also offers the sauna which is placed at the pool deck, and available to all guests. For those with an adventurous spirit, surfing is the best choice. You simply cannot come to Australia and leave without trying it.

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Bondi, Sydney


Chippendale is a small inner-city suburb of Sydney. This suburb is also known as an art district, because of many galleries including the White Rabbit Gallery, MOP Projects, and Pine Street Creative Arts Centre. Here you can also find some luxurious boutique hotels in Sydney, equipped with rooftop pools, gyms, bars, and the amazing Chippendale restaurants, which are an absolute must-visit, as well. They have a rich offer of both traditional Australian and international dishes. Furthermore, Chippendale is a heaven for shopaholics as well. The Central Park Mall has all the shops you can imagine, so, you might end up spending the entire day there, not noticing the time that’ll just fly.

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White Rabbit gallery, Sydney

Sydney Central Business District (CBD)

The Sydney CBD is the main commercial centre of Sydney. Here you can visit the landmark of the city – the Sydney Opera House. Its magnificent architecture will leave you speechless. However, it is not enough just to take a look at it from the outside. You should take a tour and discover its inner beauties, its awe-inspiring halls and the long history of this imposing architectural wonder. Not far from here the Sydney Harbour Bridge is situated and if you are willing, you can climb this bridge and enjoy the panoramic view of the entire city. There is also a large concentration of cultural institutions such as the Museum of Sydney, the State Library of New South Wales, etc.

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Sydney Opera House, Sydney


Cronulla is a beachside suburb of Sydney and it is located 26 kilometres south of the Sydney CBD. It is an extremely popular tourist attraction thanks to many beaches including the Wanda Beach, North Cronulla Beach, Cronulla Beach and many others. All of them are popular places for recreation and the most popular water sports here are swimming, surfing, bodyboarding and bodysurfing. Shark Island, a dangerous reef break, located just 100 meters off Cronulla Beach, is a famous surfing and bodyboarding spot and once a year the Shark Island Challenge bodyboarding contest takes place here.

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Cronulla, Sydney

As you can see, Sydney is an absolutely amazing place and you won’t certainly regret coming here. No matter whether you enjoy sightseeing, relaxing at the luxurious hotels with swimming pools, doing sports or lying on a sandy beach, Sydney is what you are looking for.

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