Monday, August 19, 2013

Sydney Tourists: Here's What You Need to See ...

In addition to seeing the popular hotspots in the city – Sydney's Opera House at Bennelong Point, the Royal Botanic Gardens, the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and the Sculpture by the Sea at Bondi Beach – it's important to experience the beauty and history that surrounds the city.

Sydney day tours give you the opportunity to see the beauty within plus the beauty that surrounds.  You'll get to explore the Blue Mountains, ride the steepest railway in the world, see the Three Sisters mountain peaks, the Waradah Aboriginal Center and the Sydney Olympic Park.

The Blue Mountains

Many people who visit Sydney get too caught up in the city life and forget to explore the nature that surrounds the city.  Sydney day tours offer a perfect mix of nature and manmade attractions. 

In the Blue Mountains, you'll explore historic cities located in the valleys of the mountains and experience the wondrous wildlife and landscapes that make them.  You'll stand on mountaintops, see shifting, verdant landscapes as far as the eye can see, and ride amazing manmade systems like the Scenic Railway that takes you on a wild ride through nature.

The Waradah Aboriginal Center

Located in the historic city of Katoomba within the Blue Mountains, the Warradah Aboriginal Center offers people on day tours in Sydney a glimpse of what existed before modern society.  You'll have the opportunity to see enlightening historical displays, didgeridoo performances and authentic artwork. 

Sydney's Olympic Park

The Sydney Olympic Park that hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics is now a vibrant community of sports, education, music and social activity.  Located just outside the city, you can see the fields and arenas where the 2000 Summer Olympics took place, as well as participate in events going on that day.  It's an entire community complete with restaurants, bars, sports, concerts and other live entertainment.  If you're looking for a daylong adventure, this is the place to go.  Or you can get a taste for it on one of the Sydney day tours.



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