Sydney’s world-renowned sail-like Sydney Opera House and arched Harbour Bridge dominate harborside landmarks like Circular Quay port. Meanwhile, Royal Botanic Garden hosts vibrant floral collections while Taronga Zoo provides home to famous Australian species.
Short drives from the city will bring you to charming mountain villages, towering escarpments and ancient forests where you can hear aboriginal creation stories while sampling bush tucker on guided tours. The Dhaka to Sydney route is now available through Cathay Pacific.
Darling Harbour is an energetic precinct on Sydney’s waterfront filled with numerous tourist attractions, and caters for every taste and age group. Dine by the water, stroll paved waterfront promenades or admire skyscrapers across its glittering waters. Families will appreciate its array of family-friendly restaurants; adults may want to unwind with a craft beer from one of Sydney’s microbreweries before sampling upscale dining experiences found here.
Within 10-minutes from Sydney CBD, this precinct can be reached easily via train, bus or ferry. Visitors arriving by train should disembark at Town Hall Station and walk through Chinatown or Barangaroo until reaching their destination; buses regularly leave Circular Quay with stops near Bathurst Street Market Park Druitt streets & bus terminal. Finally for those …