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Sightseeing in Sydney
Great Days Out with Sydney City Bus Hire
Finding things to do in Sydney is not that challenging and hiring a bus is a great way to travel around. It is a great place for taking in the sites and touring all the various entertainment options. For those with families, there are many child friendly travel options too. So, lets take a look at what is on offer.
Many of the attractions are both interesting and educational, which is perfect for adults and children. One that is really quite impressive is the Sydney Observatory. This place lets visitors tour the universe via their visually stunning 3D displays. To add to your exhilarating 3D day, there is also an IMAX theatre in Sydney that you may wish to check out. Another option is one of the many outside cinemas Sydney has to offer. This is a must for anyone visiting the city.
The Sydney Tower offers some of the best views in the city. The excitement is also increased outside by the see through glass floor, but this may not be a good idea if heights make you nervous. Those that can bear to look down love the novelty and photo opportunities.
Of course, for educational purposes, you can’t beat a modern and interactive museum. In Sydney alone, there are plenty of scientific, industrial, technological and sea life focused museums. These offer interesting displays and many fun interactive learning experiences. In fact, they are really good days out for all ages, making them perfect for families or for wandering with friends.
Something that takes a little bit of time but is well worth the experience is the Sydney Harbour Bridge climb. This is where participants get to climb up the pylon walk of Sydney Harbour’s bridge and take in the views from a very unique perspective. A reasonable amount of preparation and training is needed first, to make sure everyone stays safe at such heights, but it all seems worthwhile when you reach the top. If you don’t like heights, you can always take a relaxing boat ride along the river and pass under the bridge for some great photos and scenery too.
Itching to get outside and explore? Then the Ku-ring-gai National Park and Sydney’s own Royal Botanic Gardens should be on your list. These both offer up impressive scenery, wildlife and exploration options. The parks have diverse landscapes too, as they are truly huge and contain everything from bush terrain to beautiful landscaped gardens, just be careful not to get lost!