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Sydney’s Well-known Day Activities You Shouldn’t Miss

With a balanced blend of picturesque beaches, majestic mountains and a world-class coastal metropol featuring some of the world's most recognisable landmarks, Sydney is an iconic city that is worth visiting at least once in your lifetime. If you're planning a tour to Sydney and wondering what kind of activities you could take up for the best experience, here are some of the most sought-after daytime activities that you shouldn't miss!

Sydney lunch cruises

Sydney Harbour, one of the most coveted tourist destinations in the world, is the city's greatest blessing as it attracts tens and thousands of visitors every year to Sydney. If you're looking for a unique experience at this world-class harbour, we recommend a Sydney Harbour cruise lunch, which has been gaining a lot of traction over the years. These luxury cruises have been in service for more than three decades of time and are praised for the high-end services they offer. Get on board a lunch cruise in Sydney to enjoy a tantalising meal that is freshly served to your tables. You can get the best glimpses and marvel at the major harbour attractions including Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House from up-close, all while enjoying the variety of dishes prepared by our in-house chefs. Most lunch cruises also have fully licensed bars that serve an eclectic selection of drinks and beverages. Sounds fun? Then wait no more and book your cruise right away!

Coastal Walks

Sydney has some 100+ beaches to its name, making it a real stunner of a city. There are countless beautiful coastal trails in Sydney that offer revitalising visual treats. Also, if you're an ardent hydrophile, you will love sulking along these trails which are mostly filled with scrubby coastal heath, tall angophoras, pretty flannel flowers, rocky foreshores and Port Jackson figs. You are also bound to come across a few hidden beaches along the walks. Although most of these coastal walks are closer to the city centre, these beautiful regions leave no sign of people or the city's usual cacophonies! You can go on a guided walk too for a vibrant and memorable experience.

Dine at the world-class restaurants

If you have to take a guess, one of the best things about visiting a new place is exploring its culinary trends. Sydney, owing to its seething multiculturalism, has a diverse and intriguing culinary culture and the city is home to numerous world-class eateries offering exceptional dining experiences. So, if you're here in Sydney, walk into one of those restaurants to treat yourself to some of Aussie-favourite lip-smacking treats. From the most basic dishes like a meat pie or fish and chips to the most intricate and expensive dishes such as caviar and steak, Sydney's restaurants will have it all for you! If you're looking for interesting dining options in Sydney, you may visit one of the places owned by the renowned Chef Peter Gilmore's. But if you prefer staying low-key, visit the dining precincts like Surry Hills for amazing experiences.

Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

One of the most enthralling and unique experiences in Sydney, the Bridge Climb experience welcomes visitors to climb the iconic steel arch of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. You can choose a Bridge Climb experience during any time of a day to enjoy mesmerising perspectives of the harbour from the top of the arch. The breathtaking bird's-eye view of the city from the summit of the bridge is worth it all, a sightseeing adventure that you can't miss. Many well-known people including Prince Harry, Zac Efron and Oprah Winfrey have climbed the eponymous bridge in the past. 

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