If you’re travelling as far afield as Australia you’ll want to spend some time there and get under the skin of the land Down Under. Taking flights to Sydney are a great starting point. In the Harbour City be prepared to have the time of your life. It’s a modern and multi-cultural, some call it brash. This city has established itself as world-class whatever your interest – sport, nightlife, culture or food. Make a beeline for Sydney’s famous harbour where you can find plenty to do. First, make sure you head for the iconic orange-segment shaped Opera House. Catch a show here in the evening and marvel at the sight of the city and harbour by night. A boat ride across the harbour by day offers a great view of the city’s business centre, its impressive skyline and the rest of the beautiful harbour of course.
After your long flight to Sydney you’ll want to stretch your legs. Those who like an adrenalin rush should consider scaling the Harbour Bridge. For a more relaxing time, to get over the jet lag from those direct flights to Sydney, hit Bondi Beach, where you can soak up the Aussie sun, take a dip in the ocean or try surfing. In Oz, sport is a way of life and there are plenty of reminders of this, including the Olympic stadium, built for the sporting event that was held in Sydney in 2000. It’s a worthwhile visit, whether an Aussie Rules match is taking place or not. Foodies who endured cardboard-like meals on their Sydney flight won’t be disappointed. In the land of the BBQ, seafood and meats are outstanding, and the broad range of restaurants in the city centre reflects the diversity of its residents. Sydney is flamin’ marvellous.