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Broome(BME) ⇒ Sydney(SYD)
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Broome(BME) ⇒ Sydney(SYD)
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Sitting on the edge of the world, capital of New South Wales, known for its scenic beaches, vast wildlife, stunning nature and glimmering harbour. Welcome to Sydney! It is known as one of the greatest cities in the world for a reason. Compared to other Aussie cities, Sydney is loud, resolute, energetic, optimistic and anything goes. You need a minimum of 2 days to explore Sydney. This guide will take you in the right direction.
Sydney is connected via Sydney Airport (SYD) from Broome International Airport (BME). There are no direct flights to Sydney, only connecting flights from Broome to Sydney with a layover in either Perth or Melbourne. Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia fly this route. The airport is just 8 km from the CBD. The transport options are taxis, ride-hailing services, car rental, train, shuttle buses and public buses.
Tip: It’s better to book a taxi or a car service in advance as the wait time is quite long because the airport is very busy.
Bondi is definitely one of the best beaches in the world. It has consistent waves and is great for a rough swim and surfing and is just a few minutes away from the city centre. You can also take a stroll along the scenic Bondi to Coogee coastal trail. If you happen to visit from late October to early November, you can catch the annual Sculpture by the Sea- an extensive outdoor art exhibition.
Sydney is buzzing with events and shows almost every night of the week. The best place to watch one is at the Opera House. It is a UNESCO heritage site. This amazing architectural piece not only host opera but also stand-up comedy, concerts, theatre, ballets and more.
But Sydney is more than just Bondi and the Opera House. You can explore New South Wales, visit vineyards, go on a weekend trip to the Blue Mountains for hiking in the summer and skiing in the winter, explore the Royal Botanic Gardens, Museum of Contemporary Art and Museum of Sydney.
On the Northside of Sydney, Manly is known for surfing, laidback cafes and restaurants and picturesque walks. It’s a half an hour ferry ride from Circular Quay. Go for a snorkelling tour and discover more than 200 species of fish in the calm and clear waters or even kayaking!
Camp on Cockatoo Island, climb to the top of Harbour Bridge, find aboriginal culture in a cosmopolitan city and attend terrific concerts and festivals such as Vivid Sydney, a festival of light and music, Sydney Lunar Festival and Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras festival, celebrating pride.
Dine at the top and most awarded and innovative restaurants near Circular Quay, Harbourside, Bondi, Coogee and Eastern beaches, Newton and Surry Hills and Darlinghurst. The city is home to many cuisines and internationally acclaimed chefs.
Where to Stay
Top areas to stay in are Bondi, City Centre, Darling Harbour, Pyrmont, Kings Cross, Circular Quay and Harbourside. Popular shopping areas are Artery which caters to aboriginal art, Paddington markets, Rip Curl, Kirribilli Markets, Strand Arcade, Australian Wine Centre, Queen Victoria Building and Bickenhead Point.
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