One visit to Sydney makes you understand why it is one of the most visited places in Australia. It’s possible to spend a vacation for months in Sydney and keep coming up with different things to do. There are an abundance of places to visit and attractions within just a short drive into the city. Sydney Day Tours offer you the chance to explore the beautiful city first-hand. You’ll get the chance to take a look at green parks, vineyards, and stretches of sand.
A Sydney Tour is a great way to experience the city in an all-in-one package. What are the best Sydney Sightseeing Tours which are available to you?
Blue Mountains National Park
This tour takes us for a two-hour drive west of Sydney. The park gets its name from the blue haze caused by water, dust and eucalyptus oil which is always found in the air there. It characterised by a variety of natural landscapes including cliffs, waterfalls, and forests. All of its features sum up to create natural beauty. During your, visit the Echo Point in Katoomba gives you a virtually unobstructed view of everything necessary at the park. Here, you’ll also find one of Australia’s most celebrated walks named the National Pass. With an expert guiding you through the park, you get familiar with the beauties that exist in the park. You get to see some of the native animals such as kangaroos and koalas.
You can easily get to the park by taking a means of public transport.
Port Stephens is known to have a bay which is twice the size of Pearl Harbour. Here, you’ll find tourists from all over getting involved in some of the most interesting activities. Everything you need is here; from kayaking to fishing and even surfing. The Port Stephens Sand Dunes are known to be the largest Southern Hemisphere. On the dunes, it’s common to find people involved in horseback riding and 4 x 4 racing. During whale-watching season, you get to see the whales in the water. You can also take a look at the local penguins and dolphins as a part of your tour.
These caves are considered to be one of the oldest systems of planets on the system. Only about 10 of the 300 caves in this system are available to tourists. It has different limestone structures which include stalactites, stalagmites, pools, and rivers. Tourists get to enjoy this Sydney tour where they can continuously walk through kilometres of passageways. From the Jenolan Caves, you have the Blue Mountains National Park in view.
This place used to be known for coal but has experienced much change since that time. It is known for its general harbour and different beaches. Virtually all the activities in Newcastle take place in water. In the city, you’ll also come across Mereweather Baths, which is one of the largest ocean-water baths around the world.
Hunter Valley Vineyards
Hunter Valley is known as the wine centre of New South Wales. This region is home to about 100 wineries — the whole region filled with small towns where tourists can visit to unwind during the tour. There are also shops where you can bet to purchase some of the most exquisite pieces of arts and crafts in the country.
Australia spent a good part of the 20th century developing its capital. Displays of civil engineering and architecture in the capital are everywhere. There are also a lot of eateries and fun attractions where you can get to spend your time and immerse you