If you’ve come to Sydney hungry for thrills, spills and adventure, you’ve come to the right place. We have everything from incredible skydiving experiences, to unbeatable options to check out Sydney and it’s surrounds from on-high, plus sublime whale watching options, some of the best nightclubs in the world – not to mention fine harbour dining and world famous attractions like Madame Tussauds. There really is something for everyone in this amazing harbour city.
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The Australian Museum is one of Sydney’s leading cultural attractions and a hub of information, education, resources and research.
The Australian National Maritime Museum is the best place to learn about Australia's sea-faring history. Please note the Hop on Hop off bus stop for this attraction is stop 19 not 11, as noted in the printed version of What's On in Sydney July-Oct 12
Climb to the very top of one of Sydney's most famous landmarks, the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and soaking up the sensational views is on everyone’s bucket list.
New to bridgeClimb is the Mandarin climb. Contact BridgeClimb for more information.
Whether it's a day trip to Taronga Zoo, a seafood lunch off Watsons Bay or an elegant dinner for two or 2000, there is a Captain Cook Cruise for every budget and every occasion.
Enjoy the stunning architecture of Sydney's famous places by night.
Eau de Vie is an award winning, modern speakeasy & cocktail bar, which has earned great local and international acclaim. Voted World’s Best New Cocktail Bar in 2011 and Australia’s Cocktail Bar of the Year in 2011 & 2012
Featherdale is one of the best places to get up-close-and-personal with kangaroos, koalas, kookaburras, native reptiles and much more.
Located in Sydney’s tourist mecca of Darling Harbour and only a stone’s throw from the CBD, the store is extremely busy and caters for everyone – from the complete novice on their maiden flight to professional pilots gaining familiarity on our Boeing