If you like beach lifestyle, Sydney is a great place to explore surf beaches, boating and sailing, kayaking, doing outdoor fitness, snorkeling and outdoor pools. Must do beaches include Bondi Beach, Cronulla Beach, Dee Why Beach, Manly Beach and Narrabeen Beach.
Particularly in summer, Sydney has a vibrant beach culture – sunning in the sand, taking to the water, or simply chilling in a beachside bar or café. With family and friends, snorkel, build sandcastles, play beach volleyball, dive, take a scenic coastal walk, or even run along the sand.
The Sydney Opera House has such a beautiful architectural design – inside out! It is not just iconic, it is a place that provides a great treat to the senses. Photography lovers will certainly love the sunrise and sunset locations from Sydney skyline, CBD (downtown), Kirribilli, panorama of Sydney Harbour, Mrs Macquarie’s Point from the Chair or walking path on the Farm Cove bay bank and Milson’s Point in the late afternoon.
The other great spots are Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout, McMahons Point (Blues Point), Cremorne Wharf at dawn, Balls Head at Waverton, Larkin Street Lookout, Bennelong Point, Circular Quay at Sydney Passengers Terminal, Darling Harbour at Cockle Bay, and last but not least at Bradley’s Head.
Most important part of your travel planning of course is traveling to Sydney Australia, you will need to have a visa.