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22 Dec 2017

 

Sydney is the largest city in Australia and the capital of South Wales. It’s a beautiful place to live in and a place you will enjoy being in right from day one. Here are the top Sydney attractions;

 

Bondi Icebergs Pool

 

Located at the most famous beach in Sydney, this is the ocean pool that has been most photographed in Australia. It is a must go spot for the sunbathers. At the pool has an open membership plan, and if you want to join, there is a mandatory swimming requirement every Sunday for a period of five years. However, if you just want to swim, you will be allowed, and the entry fee will be $6.5 so that you can have a casual entry. This will give you access to the pool the sauna and the gym. There are yoga classes going on at the pool as from Tuesday to Saturday only during summer. To learn and enjoy Yoga by the sea, you will pay $25.

 

Visit the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney

 

This is thought to be one o0f the oldest public gardens in the Southern Hemisphere and dates back in the year 1810 during the time of Governor Lachlan Macquarie. The pack was a vision that was thought of by the Governor and his wife, and they thought it would serve as English Parkland setting with a grand house. There have been several challenges that have rocked the gardens including fires, being open for cattle grazing, invasion of flying foxes and a windmill including a zoo.

 

Having endured all these, today the jungle is a top Sydney attraction and an oasis of calm in an urban jungle. You will surely enjoy appreciating nature at the jungle as you take guided walks. The park has been listed as a top Sydney attraction for the amateur and professional botanists, the hippy nature lovers, and people in search of a peaceful environment away from the city. If you are interested in visiting the park, it’s open as from 10.30 am. There is a free entry so you can come with all friends and relatives.

 

Sporting at Camp Cove

 

Camp Cove is a popular destination for the paddle boarders, snorkelers, and scuba divers. This is where you will meet sloping shore and turquoise waters perfect for the above sporting. Therefore if you have been looking for what to do in Sydney coastal region, you now have a full list of things to do in Sydney. Therefore, bring your gear and enjoy the fun as you do what you love most. It’s easy to get here as you just need to get a ferry to Watson`s bay and once the ferry docks you just follow the steam of people on foot towards cove street. This being one of the starting points for a bush walk around South Head, you will be in the company of many people.

 

These are some of the things to do in beautiful Sydney. You will have more fun if you come with friends or are on a family vacation.

 



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