Sydney is Australia‘s famous harbor city and thee capital of New South Wales. Explore the harbor, beaches and inner-city precincts of this exuberant city. See dawn break from the top of the harbor Bridge or the sun set on the Opera House. Fine dine along the Woolloomooloo finger wharf or experience theater and dance along the redeveloped wharves of Walsh Bay. Australia’s sixth largest city, and the second largest in the state of Queensland, the Gold Coast is where the ‘bikini’ was born. Along with endless stretches of golden beaches, there are international theme parks, designer boutiques, luxurious spa retreats, world-class golf courses, award-winning restaurants, upmarket bars and lively nightclubs.
Currency:- Australian Dollar
One thing you didn’t know:-
The practice of naming hurricanes began early this century when an Australian weather forecaster named tropical storms after politicians that he didn’t like.
Rides- Dream World
Dream World is the Australia’s best and favourite theme park. It is filled with variety of rides, attractions, and shows. There is never a dull moment here. Explore the park, get onto challenging rides, enjoy fun shows and relive your childhood. A unique experience and the best way to bond with your family and loved ones.
Port Stephens Tour
Discover the unspoilt and diverse blue water paradise of Port Stephens. Just north of Sydney, this place offers a relaxed day set amongst the golden beaches, giant sand dunes and spectacular scenery. Cross the Sydney harbor Bridge and tour through the leafy and affluent northern suburbs. Travel over the Hawkesbury River, a holiday hub for boat lovers. Board a luxury cruiser and search for the pods of bottle nose dolphins – watch as they play on the bow waves or even ride the boom net! Be entertained with informative commentary and spectacular scenery of the bay and Tomaree and Yacaaba headlands. Experience the grandeur and tranquility of the local desert wilderness, and environmental and historical sights. Travel in modern comfortable 4WD vehicles and encounter the Stockton Bight. The Stockton Bight sand dunes covering an area of over 2,500 hectares along 32 kilometers need to be seen to be believed! While you are here try sand boarding, an experience you won’t forget!
Wildlife World – Sydney Wildlife World
Get up close to Aussie’s animals in the heart of the city. See Rex, the huge crocodile in Kakadu Gorge, walk amongst kangaroos and emus in The Outback, and meet cuddly koalas in Gum Tree Valley, and more! Sydney Wildlife World features interactive displays, inspiring and entertaining daily keeper talks and enhanced walk through habitats including Koala Encounters, The Outback and Butterfly Tropics.