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Street view of The Rocks in Sydney, Australia
Head to Circular Quay to see the two most famous Sydney landmarks: Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Then, walk to the Royal Botanic Gardens to get amazing views from Mrs. Macquarie's Chair. Alternatively, see the landmarks from the sea on one of Circular Quay's many public ferry services.
People relaxing on Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia
Bondi is undoubtedly Australia's most popular beach, but it more than deserves the accolades, with its surf, white sand and turquoise waters. Swim between the flags or head to the open saltwater pools at Bondi Icebergs. Don't miss walking the famous Bondi to Coogee coastal trail for impressive seaside views.
There are plenty of attractions to enjoy around Darling Harbour. Wander through the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Visit the Australian National Maritime Museum or Madame Tussaud's. Cruise from White Bay, Sydney and see the animals at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium or Wild Life Sydney Zoo, or head out on a jet boat ride with Sydney Jet.
Enjoy the bounty of the local seas and pastures while you're in Sydney. Try Fraser Island spanner crab or Cape York barramundi, typically served pan-fried with herb oil. With your White Bay, Sydney cruise, seek out Macleay Valley suckling pig or roasted Hunter Valley quail. For dessert or a sweet breakfast, check out Blackstar Pastry with their uniquely flavored cakes like strawberry and watermelon or raspberry and lychee.
Check if The Rocks Market is open during your visit, as it has many stalls selling unique Sydney-inspired products, including handmade postcards, bookmarks, magnets and boomerangs. For an authentic Aboriginal painting, visit the Aboriginal Art Shop at Sydney Opera House or the Spirit Gallery in the Rocks Centre.