Two of Sydney’s most well known beaches are Manly and Bondi. The Corso leads you into Manly Beach where you can catch some rays or test your courage at Manly Ocean World and dive with sharks. Bondi Beach is quite a pretty beach, and it is the location where concept of lifeguarding first took root.
The Featherdale Wildlife Park preserves, and allows visitors to interact with, that which is distinctly wild about Australia. The very best way to explore Australia’s wilds is to get out in them, and the dramatic Blue Mountains are a perfect place to do just that. Explore the Jameson Valley aboard a Scenic World Blue MountainsWatch Now >>
The lively Paddington Market is always a great way to experience Paddington. Outfit yourself with the best in Australian clothing at RM Williams. Existing so close to an ocean of fish, the Sydney Fish Market auctions off scores of fish daily. To peer into the world of reefs, visit Sea Life Sydney Aquarium with itsWatch Now >>
On the east coast of Australia, beyond the suburbs of the big cities and bounded by the Pacific Ocean, you can find some of the wildest national parks on the planet. Blue Mountains National Park, the immense eucalyptus forests, the magnificent deep gorges, Fraser Island, Lake McKenzie — all will show you how amazing andWatch Now >>
The Royal Botanical Gardens began long ago as the first cabbage patch convicts cultivated to stave off starvation. The Gavala Aboriginal Art Centre displays extraordinary aboriginal art that is profound to behold. Down by the Circular Quay, The Rocks Sydney offers locals and travelers alike a great place to hang out and have a pint.Watch Now >>