Few Locations to Stop By in Sydney
Get in touch with Sydney’s diverse culture by visiting the above places. For group bookings in the Sydney Harbour dinner cruises, reach out to the operators.
Sydney is one of the most luxurious cities in the world and the most populous city in Australia. The capital of New South Wales is a tourist haven because it hosts world-famous attractions like the Opera House, Bondi Beach, Luna Park, Harbour Bridge and a variety of beaches. The following is a brief account of a few places you could try to visit during your time in Sydney.
Exploring Sydney during the day, visiting the scenic beauty of the Royal Botanical Gardens and beaches and dining at a multi-cuisine restaurant is the average day in the life of a tourist. But after the sun goes down and the starry sky appears, it's a whole other story for the time you're about to have in the city. The harbour is the focal point during this time, because of its endless festivities and other harbour fiestas with people from around the world having a peek at it. Sydney Harbour dinner cruise is a crowd-favourite among the locals and tourists due to its breathtaking dining experience. The cruise operators offer a variety of vessels with distinct features that will cater to your needs. The premium glass boat is Sydney’s one and only and its innovative design and built, altogether makes a proper vessel for the ultimate waterfront dining experience. The cruise with its floor-to-ceiling glass windows offers an unobstructed view of the famous landmarks of the harbour along the lines of the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and many more. Every seat feels like a window seat in this fully air-conditioned craft and this is the perfect dining space to view the skyline of Sydney and savour the signature menu prepared freshly by the chefs onboard. This can be paired with select beverages and drinks from the fully licensed bar onboard. The cruise also comes with a Sky Deck where you can capture a photograph with beautiful backdrops of the harbour lights, and a mezzanine lounge optimal for cocktail parties. So next time you're looking to kill time during the evening, hop on the dinner cruise in Sydney Harbour and experience a different level of dining.
Art Gallery of NSW
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is located in The Domain, Sydney, Australia and it is one of the largest museums in Australia. The art museum showcases fine national and international art including some exotic collections of European old masters. The gallery also houses some contemporary works of Asian, Aboriginal and artworks of Torres Strait Isalnder. The Art After Hours, held every Wednesday is, as the name sounds, a screening of the whole gallery including all exhibitions and displays which will be open till 9pm and there's a rotating line of guides and lectures too. If you haven't seen a Vermeer up close, this is your chance now! After the visit, the guests have access to a decorated cafeteria in the lower level of the Art Gallery.
Royal Botanic Gardens
Want to step away from the crowd and its hassle? One of the easiest ways to do so is to visit the Royal Botanic Garden and take a relaxing stroll through the picturesque gardens.
Located near the Opera House, this place also has some of the best views of the city and the harbour. If you’re into plants or flowers, this is the best place to gain more knowledge about them while having fun. There are multiple picnic spots too if you want to stop and have a quick bite. Certain cafeterias and small-scale restaurants are also available inside. There are also numerous wildlife preserved including some flying-foxes, possums, reptiles, birds and so on. Furthermore, no pets are allowed to enter the gardens.