Sydney is the largest and most visited city in Australia, a melting pot of a modern metropolis, outdoor lifestyle and natural habitats in its very own unique Aussi way. Aside from the city's skyscrapers and open harbours, the Australian city has an amazing variety of things to see and to do, including iconic landmarks and attractions, world famous beaches, public parks, sporting activities, shopping, dining and so much more.
Affordable and cheap Sydney accommodation are mainly found in the central business district (CBD) and suburbs in the form of short stay apartments. Whole villas and houses are also available, with some of the best holiday accommodation in Sydney located in exclusive neighbourhoods such as Mosman and Manly. Read more
4 bedroom house close to Manly, 5 min walk to Forty Baskets beach and North harbour reserve. Close to shops, restaurants and bus stops.
North Shore Studio apartment is located between Sydney City Centre and Sydney Northern Beaches in a quiet area of North Shore in leafy Frenchs Forest with city bus at door and 25 mins from Sydney Centre.
The Getaway is a spacious well furnished studio unit for 2, with private balcony entrance, water views & BBQ. Just steps to the clear waters of one of Sydney’s best beaches & yet only 15-25 minutes to the city by car bus or ferry. Parking and WiFi.
Two double-bedroom 20th floor apartment in prestigious, award winning, modern central Sydney building with exceptional views over city skyline, Sydney Harbour, Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Bondi Beach are just a handful of Sydney’s, and indeed Australia’s, most famous attractions that millions of tourists love so much. Places such as Darling Harbour host an abundance of food & drinks and entertainment outlets suitable for all the family of all ages.
One of the 'Top' things to do in Sydney is to challenge yourself to the climb of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. By the end you will be rewarded with the most stunning views of the city and the harbour. For a more leisurely approach, take a ferry to Manly, visit the local Taronga zoo or just explore the streets on foot to discover well known eateries and hidden gems.
Apart from all the iconic landmarks, Sydney also has an internationally renowned arts and culture scene, ranging from museums, art galleries, musical theatre, opera, ballet, dance shows and more. The country's rich and diverse heritage has led to a wide range of offerings originating from past to present day; Aboriginal, contemporary, Asian and other art can all be found. Must-visit venues include the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Museum of Contemporary Art, Pop to Popism, Chuck Close and Hawkesbury Regional Gallery.
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Maureen McCowen, Property 11214
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