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Sydney Tourist Icons

Sydney is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia for travellers to visit so it isn’t hard to see why you will find such a concentration of famous tourist icons that you can visit while you are here. Whether you with to see these by yourself or if you would like to join a tour to take you everywhere you will have every opportunity to take in some awesome sights while holidaying in Sydney.

So many people come to see the famous Sydney Harbour that is home to the iconic Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Rocks, Darling Harbour and some fascinating tourist attractions that tells the interesting past and history of Sydney. Perhaps you might like to visit the Taronga Zoo which overlooks the beautiful Sydney Harbour, as you make your way through the animal enclosures and get up close and personal with an array of wildlife.

Maybe a tour round Circular Quay is what you are after which is a very popular spot that is always buzzing with activity and excitement no matter what time of day or night it is. Sydney has a multitude of tourist icons whether you are looking for a little history and culture or just a good old day at the beach you can find something that will surely excite you.

One of the most famous Sydney tourist icons would have to be Bondi Beach! This popular stretch of sand is where thousands of people each year come to visit to swim, surf, paddle or just sunbake on this famous location. Some people come here just to say that they have visited but many come for its pristine beauty and wonderful location. Lined with an array of cafes, restaurants, retail outlets, boutiques and plenty of accommodation properties you may come here and never want to leave.

Maybe a dinner for two in one of the revolving restaurants at AMP Tower Centrepoint where you can see as far as the mountain ranges is something that you wish to experience while in Sydney or a trip back in time as you visit the Botany Bay National Park. Or perhaps you might like to see Centennial Park which was created back in 1886 and has many BBQ areas, picnic sites, bird watching, tennis courts, horse riding and a moonlight cinema. If you want to catch a great movie and do it in style then check out the Imax Theatre which is the largest cinema screen in the world and is eight stories high. And for fun then why not wander on down to Sydney Harbour where you will find great rides, entertainment, food and games for the whole family at Luna Park. Created back in the 1930’s this amusement park has a world of history within it.

There is also the Royal Botanical Gardens that has over 30 hectares of beautiful gardens as well as the world famous Blue Mountains and the Three Sisters which you should not miss out on seeing if you come to Sydney. There is also the Sydney Aquarium, the Sydney Olympic Park, Victoria Barracks, Watsons Bay and many of Sydney’s beautiful beaches.

Within Sydney there is a huge list of amazing tourist icons that are all a must see when you are here, and fitting them all in will be a task, so always allow more than a couple of days to really experience this wonderful city of Sydney.