Sydney, Australia Travel Guide TOP 10 Attractions

Sydney, Australia Travel Guide TOP 10 Attractions

Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia.

The most important places to visit in Sydney are: Sydney Opera House , Set on the Sydney harbor, Sydney Harbor Bridge (simply called “the bridge” by locals, courageous ones can even climb up the bridge), Bronte Beach (lesser known than Bondi, it is a beautiful beach, popular amongst families), Blue Mountains (an unspoiled mountain range filled with Eucalyptus trees.

It is located 30 miles from Sydney, and there are plenty of hiking trails), Bondi Beach (Sydney’s most famous beach, its lively promenade is as exciting as the beach) and many more.

This video offers a lot of tips to help you plan the perfect vacation

We hope you enjoyed this video titled Sydney, Australia Travel Guide TOP 10 Attractions. Though our video guides are designed to provide further understanding into what it might be like to live in the state of New South Wales, we’re hopeful that this video will also help you to choose places to visit (or even call home) when living in Australia.

Have you visited Sydney before?

Have you visited the location featured in our video before? What did you think? Would you go back? Could you live there?

We’d love to hear your views so please share these in our comments below.

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Isaac Kirovsky
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Isaac Kirovsky
3 years ago

i live in sydney

Martin Kent
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Martin Kent
3 years ago

Lovely, stunning, freewheeling capital city. Did you know, that many of the parents in Sydney ignore traffic laws with their children and that many of these parents are civil servants? Youth in New South Wales deserve better from their civil servants. White-knuckle parenting has no place in any capital city. Let's double traffic fines in capital cities and watch law-abiding streets and adults appear in Sydney. What do you think?

HARIS KHALIL
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HARIS KHALIL
3 years ago

wow

Aman Singhal
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Aman Singhal
3 years ago

I like Australia

ConnollyCove
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ConnollyCove
2 years ago

Perfect!!!…I hope to go there one day. :)

Kurt Santos
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Kurt Santos
2 years ago

Breanna go to sydney

Karim krimo
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Karim krimo
2 years ago

I Love Sydney and Australia

VIP Asbestos Removal Sydney
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VIP Asbestos Removal Sydney
2 years ago

Awesome Dude

Dave Lee
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Dave Lee
2 years ago

Sydney. Yayyyy

peter tancred
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peter tancred
2 years ago

In the eighties we scaled those heights as kids searching for adventure and certainly would recommend the experience to all tourists visiting Sydney.

peter tancred
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peter tancred
2 years ago

Harbor Bridge that is!!!

Tanya Masjhur
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Tanya Masjhur
2 years ago

Sydney a city with loving memories.. g'd bye & see you again sometime

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Pro Bond Cleaning Sydney
2 years ago

So beautiful. wow!

Alissandra Braden
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Alissandra Braden
2 years ago

I live up the road from blues point tower and it's no that ugly up close

Mohammed Sadaan
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Mohammed Sadaan
2 years ago

My cousin brother lives in sydney australia…

PRO Pest Control Sydney
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PRO Pest Control Sydney
2 years ago

Great

Nigel Marvin
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Nigel Marvin
2 years ago

I want to move to Sydney

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VIP Roofing Brisbane
1 year ago

Magnífico!!!!!

Shirin Ali
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Shirin Ali
1 year ago

Aussies are super friendly

Shirin Ali
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Shirin Ali
1 year ago

next stop : Melbourne

Abi Nor-Mac
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Abi Nor-Mac
1 year ago

I LOOOOVE this video. Great presenter too.

Alice Motionless Ledger 570
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Alice Motionless Ledger 570
1 year ago

I love Australia! I need to go!

Claudine Sorbello
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Claudine Sorbello
1 year ago

Need more modern video. Thanks.

Girlsloveforcars
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Girlsloveforcars
1 year ago

I have always wanted to visit Sydney Australia. I live in Syracuse NY.

Yvonne Johnson
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Yvonne Johnson
8 months ago

In 1788 Pinch Gut Island was named that when a convict was sentenced to a week on bread & water & in irons & he was so thin it was named "Pinch Gut"

Annie
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Annie
7 months ago

I've lived here all my life but still, every time I see the Opera House and harbour as I drive across the bridge, it still takes my breath away.

neville mignot
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neville mignot
7 months ago

Just loved the sign that used to be in the open air dining area in front of the Opera House that read………………………..We do not give refunds for food stolen by the seagulls!!

Anthony McNab
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Anthony McNab
7 months ago

Stop saying G’day please.. ONLY AUSTRALIANS CAN SAY IT!

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