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This region of New South Wales is populated by about 4,600,000 people.
Unsure of where to start your adventure in this iconic place? Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach would be a terrific choice.
Your entire family is sure to have a blast at Luna Park and the Open Air Cinema. If that isn't enough to wear the little ones out, why not make the trip to Sydney International Aquatic Centre or the Fox Studio Australia as well?
Marvellous deep-sea realms are waiting to be found at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium and Manly Sea Life Sanctuary. For even more fishy adventures, head over to Oceanworld.
See the animals, big and small, that call the Taronga Zoo and the Featherdale Wildlife Park home. You can also learn about the world of wildlife at the Wildlife Sydney and the Roar & Snore.
Try to keep your eyes wide open as the expert racers rip through the track at the Sydney Speedway. One blink at these speeds and you're going to miss it!
Why not sip and swirl your way through the area's top wineries? The Jubilee Vineyard Estate and the Grosset Wines are popular places to try some of the local drops. If time is of no concern, a trip to the Tizzana Winery will also excite your palate.
Seeking high-stakes action and a glittering atmosphere? Get along to the Star Casino! It's the perfect venue to start a wild night out with friends!
Sydney takes its plant conservation seriously, so there are a number of places where you can go and check out botanic species from both local and international habitats. A stroll through the magnificent gardens at the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Australian Botanic Gardens is not to be missed. For those who are more devoted, the Sydney Tropical Centre and the Australian Botanic Garden also have some incredible floral displays.
Bicentennial Park and Arcadia Park are the ideal places to soak up the sun, have a picnic or just settle back and people-watch. Also consider spending a bit of time enjoying the grounds of Cahill Park and Newport Park.
Get the most out of your stay in Sydney by getting some tips from the experts at Parramatta Heritage Centre. Kurnell Visitor Centre and Sydney Visitors Information Centre also offer a range of useful resources such as printed guides and maps.
If you can hear the ocean calling your name, grab your shades and take off to Newport Beach or Manly Beach. Also consider going for a slow stroll along Coogee Beach and Bronte Beach.
If you're hoping to recharge those batteries, you'll discover a range of nature reserves to explore. Start off with a breath of clean air in the invigorating surroundings at Royal National Park or Sydney Harbour National Park. For those who haven't quite had their fill, Botany Bay National Park and Lane Cove National Park are two more worth checking out.
Marine conservation areas are not only essential for keeping vulnerable ecosystems out of harm's way, they also offer the opportunity to learn more about these captivating underwater worlds. No doubt, there are many more lessons to be learned under the surface of Manly Quarantine Station and North Harbour Aquatic Reserve.
Wander the calm halls, study the eye-opening displays and chat to the friendly staff. The Sydney Jewish Museum and the Justice and Police Museum are top places to reflect and maybe even discover something new. Need more? Also pencil in visits to the George Hanna Memorial Museum and the Trainworks.
Ship building and navigation techniques have played a huge part in shaping many nations across the world. To find out more about the seafaring past of the area, make your way to the Australian National Maritime Museum.
Science geeks will feel right at home at Sydney Observatory. Showcasing even more stimulating discoveries, the artefacts at the Powerhouse Discovery Centre are sure to ignite your curiosity.
These days you don't need to traverse the seven seas to see the many wonders of the natural world. You can just pay a visit to places like the Australian Museum and the Nicholson Museum instead, where an excellent variety of weird and wonderful specimens are concentrated all in the one location.
Whichever style of art tickles your fancy, you're sure to find it in Sydney. Why not kick off your day of gallery going at the Powerhouse Museum and the Art Gallery of New South Wales? If you're hungry for more, continue onwards to the Museum of Contemporary Art and the National Art School Gallery.
Calling all history fans! You'll love discovering the rich and interesting past of this area at the Museum of Sydney and the Hyde Park Barracks Museum. You can also immerse yourself in fascinating exhibits which endeavour to bring history to life at the Colonial House Museum and the Elizabeth Farm.
Keen to dig into Sydney's history? Then don't miss the University of Sydney and the University of New South Wales. If you're eager for more, the Customs House and Government House should be next on your list.
Sydney Harbour Bridge and Pyrmont Bridge are ageless crossings that should intrigue visitors that have an interest in civil engineering. Pylon Lookout offers a way to view Sydney's waterways from a different perspective.
Whether you're religious or simply want a bit of serenity, St. James Church and St Mary's Cathedral are sure to add some deeper meaning to your stay. Many spiritually curious travellers also flock to the Sze Yup Temple and Hillsong Church.
When you are visiting new places, keep in mind that it's sometimes the less popular destinations that burn brightest in your memories when you get back home. Two places which fall into that category here are The Intersection and Taylor Square. Don't forget about Pitt Street Mall and Italian Forum either.
Why wait any longer to book in your hotel in Sydney? With more than 485 accommodations listed on lastminute.com.au, finding a place to rest your head in the state capital is a breeze.
Whether you're splurging or looking for budget digs, Sydney has you covered! For a cosy room at an affordable rate, check out the Big Hostel or The Woolbrokers at Darling Harbour. Or perhaps you'd rather treat yourself in more luxurious surrounds? Then let the experienced staff at the Park Hyatt Sydney and the Pullman Quay Grand Sydney Harbour take care of you.
Sydney is, of course, home to Sydney Opera House. If you want to stay within a short walk of this must-see attraction, the Quay West Suites Sydney is just 0.9 kilometres away. Also popular is the Establishment Hotel, which sits 0.9 kilometres away.
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