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Sydney is often called 'The Harbor City' with its yacht studded harbours and is known for its spectacular beaches, sophisticated cuisine and the iconic Opera House. There is a fusion of sights to see like the historic streets and museums, flourishing markets and shopping centres. You can enjoy coastal walks and the dramatic harbour bridge.

In the heart of the city lies the Darling Harbour. It has some fantastic attractions like the Sydney aquarium, spectacular waterside dining and exciting nightlife with funky nightclubs like the King Street Wharf and the Cockle Bay.  Do not miss out on the delightful Sydney evening filled with lights and panoramic views of the skyline and the harbour.

The Circular Quay serves as a gateway connecting tourists to Sydney's major attractions the Opera house, Harbour Bridge and the Rocks. You can also take in the views through a jet boat. Zoom through Sydney harbour and soak in the classic sights of the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Luna Park and the Taronga Zoo on a trip full of thrill and splashes. You can try out kayaking in Sydney from Rose Bay beach as well.

Or take a cruise and enjoy 360-degree views of the water and visit the Shark island. Wander the island, go swimming or relax on the sand with the harbour in front of you.

The Opera House is one of the most famous and peculiar buildings. It is one of the most photographed buildings in the world and is a multipurpose performing arts facility. The Opera House is designated a UNESCO world heritage site.

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. You can walk around or hire a bicycle. For a thrill, you can climb the harbour bridge for a spectacular aerial view.

The world-famous Bondi beach is a treat for the eyes. With an excellent stretch of white sand and curling waves, you can enjoy surfing and swimming. You can also learn to surf by trained instructors. Bondi is famous for its award-winning restaurants, cafes and bars.  Take a walk to Coogee coastline and soak in views which are impossible to forget. Experience a thrilling whale watching adventure. Speed through the southern pacific ocean following humpback ways as they make their way to the eastern coast for migration.

The Hunter Valley is one of Australia's major wine regions.it is home to numerous wineries and world-renowned brands Semillon, Shiraz, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Verdelho. Enjoy wine tasting, delicious cafe lunch in the Hunter Valley Garden Village, Hunter Valley Chocolate Company, The British Lolly Shop, Kissofire Hunter and Valley Liqueurs with additional tastings.

The Blue Mountains is an Australian highlight a vast region with cliffs, lush forests, waterfalls and its dramatic scenery. You will be amazed as you witness the changing colours and the light that appears over the rocks. Explore the area and learn about its flora and fauna and aboriginal history. You will be taken to various spots for some incredible views, including the Jamison Valley and the iconic Three Sisters. Enjoy a bushwalk and finish your trip with a gorgeous sunset and the phenomenal scenery.

The Jenolan caves which lie in the foothills of blue mountains are one of the worlds most spectacular cave formations. You can trek through these intense and dramatic caves.

Figure 8 pools tour is a must-do from Sydney, it is  located on a rock platform in Royal National Park. Enjoy hikes, beautiful lookout points, unique wildlife and experience a  swim in the figure 8 pools.

If you are an adventure seeker try skydiving over Wollongong beach, which is Sydney's only beach skydive.

Skydive Newcastle gives you 360-degree panoramic views of Hunter Valley, Newcastle, Lake Macquarie and more!