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Visit Sydney & Explore the Aussie Essence

by Charlotte Evelyn 8 months ago in australia
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Explore Sydney, the iconic coastal city to its core on board a dinner cruise in Sydney Harbour and spend quality time with your kith & kin.

Are you guys fed up with the mundane routine and lifestyle? Do you have plans to come out of the shell and explore the world outside? Gather up Sydneysiders! I have a list of interesting locations around Sydney, both overlooked and underrated to help you along your road.

Sydney Harbour

Sydney, as you all know can be recognised as a not-so pocket-friendly location in Australia. Sydney Harbour housing the two architectural marvels and iconic Sydney landmarks can be seen as one of the most desired tourist destinations in Sydney. Dine out with your friends and family and explore the Sydney Harbour attractions at night. Get on board a premium glass boat vessel offering first row experience of the harbour wonders and restaurant quality dining for around 3 hours. Get on board a dinner cruise in Sydney Harbour and enjoy everything in pure luxury. Enjoy a signature menu prepared to perfection by the onboard chefs and match them up with the soft drinks and premium Australian beverages available for purchase from the fully licensed bar onboard. Try capturing some stunning pictures in the illuminated Sydney city background and share it on social media. Take in the harbour wow-factors and enjoy your best ever Sydney dinner cruise experience.

White Rabbit Gallery

The White Rabbit Gallery is a tremendous space housed in a previous Rolls-Royce display area close to Sydney's Central Station that features contemporary Chinese works. The White Rabbit Collection incorporates 2000 works from around 700 craftsmen in the world. You can see the imaginative energy and technical quality in China and Taiwan.The Gallery has two new displays a year and for the most part in February and August, and it will be shut during the installations. You are allowed to visit the whole space, and can even go with free guided tours available at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm. The street-level Tea House in the Gallery can also be identified as an ideal spot to get relaxed. Enjoy the taste of Chinese and Taiwanese teas, handmade tasty dumplings, or a pretty decent espresso. Enjoy the time and unfurl your mind.

Fish Market in Sydney

Sydney Fish Market can be identified as one of the under-appreciated locations in Sydney. Everyone could have given a bit more attention to this one of the biggest fish markets in Australia where you can see a wide array of fresh seafood. Include the fish market in your itinerary, stroll with your family, and shop some fresh fish to your kitchen. Even if you are not a fan of fish varieties and seafood, appreciate the place since you can see some pretty good other establishments such as greengrocer, bakeries, and cafes along your way.

Luna Park

Luna Park is Sydney's most cherished amusement park and one of the most visited tourist destinations. Enjoy spending time with your kids and family in the park. It would be an ideal option for those who are searching for a family-friendly location. So what could be more exciting than strolling here at nights or evenings with your family and friends! Take in the views of the stunning Sydney city skyline and illuminated premises, enjoy the sweet fragrances, and click some spectacular wide angle photographs to include the biggest and charming smile in the entrance that welcomes everyone in. You will also be able to enjoy a different perspective of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from Luna Park. There are various world-famous Luna Park rides where you can enjoy the actual fun and adventure. Sign up for the famous Ferris Wheel and Wild Mouse roller coaster, 61 sensational and dramatic seconds of fear and enjoyment! Take a break from your usual routine and enjoy quality time with your kids and fam.


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