Top Spots for Adventure In and Around Sydney Right Now

One thing Sydney doesn't lack is an opportunity to have fun. It has always got something for everyone. With over a hundred fine beaches, picturesque gardens, galleries and museums, towering skyscrapers, party cruise boats and much more, the capital of New South Wales is home to many tourists. There are numerous destinations to visit in this vast city and trying to find a perfect place to spend the day can be a bit confusing. These are some of the places you can try out to have a good time.

Harbour Lunch Cruise

Sydney Harbour is packed with vibrant water activities and is famous for its multicultural cuisine that takes its influence from many parts of the world. The focal point in the harbour, if you ask any Sydneysiders, will be the harbour cruises. The Sydney Harbour lunch cruise is an excellent option if you're looking for an escape from the bustles of the capital and want to relax at a waterfront dining. Hop on the multi-million dollar catamaran to enjoy the stunning sights of the Sydney skyline as well as its landmark attractions including the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. This popular cruise with its ultra-modern interiors and expansive outer decks offers the ultimate cruising experience at the best affordable package. The cruise provides a multi-cuisine buffet menu which is prepared freshly by chefs onboard. Enjoy the roving views of the harbour while you feast on these delicious dishes at the air-conditioned dining saloon. The Australian-built catamaran is constantly setting new benchmarks with the quality of food and service they provide. This has made it the most popular and sought-out lunch cruise in Sydney.

Harbour Bridge Climb

Next on the list is also an adventure you can opt to try at the harbour. Try to conquer the iconic landmark, the Harbour Bridge by climbing to the very top of it! Experience a magnificent 360° view of the capital as you climb one of the longest bridge climbs in the world. There are multiple ways to climb the bridge, but a quick suggestion; go for the original climb. This 3.5 hour climb will be an unforgettable workout for you and your companions and the reward waiting for you at the top ! Soak in the panoramic views of the Opera House, Circular Quay and many more as you climb foot by foot to the summit of the iconic bridge. You will at all times be accompanied by trained professionals and guides to make the best out of your experience. Although these are available at all times of the day, the climb during sunset and night will leave you breathless. On completion, you're gifted with a certificate , a cap and a photograph to capture the memorable moment. Reach new heights with your friends or family by overcoming your fears and experience the pure bliss waiting for you on the other side in this once in a lifetime opportunity.

Bronte Baths

The Bronte Baths is one of the most photographed seaside rock pools in New South Wales since its opening in 1887. It is the optimal place for a dip with waves crashing onto the edges of the pool. This saltwater pool is found on a rocky cliff between the Bondi and Coogee beaches and the best time to visit here is sunrise as you will be rewarded fairly with a view of the gleaming blue waters!

Luna Park

The heritage-listed amusement park and the successor of its Coney Island counterpart, the Luna Park in Sydney is one of the most important landmarks in the capital. The entry to this amusement park is totally free but to get the most out of it and have a fully immersed experience, you are expected to have some spare dollars to join in on the action and fun. Bring a camera along, shoot many insta-worthy shots including the iconic Luna Park face at the entrance. Check out their packages if you want to ride on a budget. 

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