Located in the heart of Darling Harbour, Wild Life Sydney Zoo has plenty on offer. Whether you want to meet the world’s deadliest snake, enjoy a stroll through some Aussie habitats or cuddle up to a koala – Wild Life Sydney Zoo has it all covered. The zoo has many interactive displays, daily talks from zoo keepers and amazing feeding sessions – there is just so much to see and do here…. Read More

Conveniently located in the heart of Darling Harbour, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium can transport you to the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney Harbour and even take you on a Penguin Expedition. Getting to Sea Life Sydney Aquarium Not to be confused with Manly Sea Life Sanctuary, this aquarium is located in the heart of Darling Harbour, which makes getting there super easy. If you’re staying in the CBD, you can easily walk to Darling… Read More

Nestled in between Wild Life Sydney Zoo and Sea Life Aquarium, Madame Tussauds is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney. Getting to Madame Tussauds Getting to Madame Tussauds couldn’t be easier. If you’re staying in the CBD, you can easily walk to Darling Harbour, otherwise you can opt for public transport such as the iconic Sydney ferry. How much does it cost? For up to date pricing on entrance fees, click here to go… Read More

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If you’re looking for a scenic day trip from Sydney with plenty of picture perfect stops along the way then you should definitely head down the Grand Pacific Drive which hosts the famous Sea Cliff Bridge. Sydney’s Royal National Park New South Wales is home to hundreds of gorgeous coastal towns, scenic walks and drives. One of which is only an hour south of Sydney so incredibly easy to do as a day… Read More

Hotel:  Holiday Inn Old Sydney Location:  The Rocks, Sydney, Australia Room:  King Superior Room Perfect for: Couples, Families.. anyone wanting to explore Sydney! Category: 4 Star If you’re planning a trip to Sydney and want to stay in the heart of the city, the Holiday Inn Old Sydney fits that bill.  Located in Sydney’s historic precinct, The Rocks, the Holiday Inn is close to Sydney city’s main attractions and with the Holiday Inn you can Explore… Read More

Have you ever wondered what The Rocks and Circular Quay looked like 150 years ago? It’s hard to imagine isn’t it? Close your eyes, take away the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Circular Quay… actually, take away everything and that’s where the story begins. If you’re wanting to get to know the history behind Sydney’s The Rocks then be sure to hop on the only walking tour in The Rocks area. As part… Read More

What do you get when you combine a zoo and a safari? A Zoofari of course! Imagine waking up to the sounds of birds chirping, only to look outside and see giraffes roaming the fields directly outside your lodge. If you’re wanting a safari experience without the long haul flight to Africa, then the Zoofari experience at Taronga Western Plains Zoo at Dubbo is perfect. Where is Taronga Western Plains Zoo? Taronga… Read More

If you’re looking for some of the best cronuts in Sydney, then Brewtown Newtown is the place to be! A cronut is a croissant-doughnut pastry invented by New York City pasty chef, Dominique Ansel. The pastry is made by frying a laminated dough in grape seed oil and then sugared, filled and glazed. Newtown has a bit of a name for itself, some even suggest it is ‘the’ food and culture hub… Read More

One of the most iconic restaurants in Sydney, Doyle’s on the Beach in Watson’s Bay. This incredible seafood restaurant has been family operated for over five generations and their famous fish and chips is on just about every Sydneysider’s bucket list. It isn’t just the food that makes this place incredible, it is the suburb view over Sydney City and the harbour. The restaurant, located on the beach at Watson’s Bay is… Read More

Around this time each year, Sculptures by the Sea makes its way to Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs on the famous coastal walk from Tamarama to Bondi Beach. 2016 Marks the 20th annual exhibition and is running from 20 October 2016 to 6 November 2016. The 2km coastal walk features over 100 sculptures by artists not only from Australia but across the world. For more information on Sculpture by the Sea, check out their… Read More