Going Global: SydneySeptember 12, 2013 4:25 pm
Have the best of both worlds in Sydney and enjoy the city as well the beaches. Soak up the rays at Bondi beach, a mecca for surfers and sun worshippers. Let’s Go Surfing offers taster lessons for just 89 Australian Dollars and has waves suitable for all abilities.
The Blue Mountains, located to the West of Sydney, is renowned for its distinctively majestic scenery and was inscribed as a World Heritage Area by UNESCO in 2000. There are many tour operators who offer a pick up service from your hotel and a guided tour through the mountains. One of the most popular attractions in the mountains is Echo Point at Katoomba because of the stunning views offered from the lookout point towards the Jamison Valley and the Three Sisters.
Food with a view
Sydney life is all about the outdoors and what better way to experience the world-class views the city has to offer than outdoor dining. Experience the best views of the Opera House and Harbour Bridge at Aria restaurant. Book in advance because this is a sought after location but it does come at a price so make sure you have plenty of Dollars at the ready.
A lively harbourside district, Darling Harbour is just a ten minute walk from Sydney city centre. It offers multiple waterside dining establishments and wine bars where you can sit back, enjoy the sunshine and watch the world go by.
This post was written by Kayleigh Driscoll