Escape Winter in Sydney
1 Art Gallery of New South Wales is the guest house for wonderful collections of Australian Art, European artists, Asian exhibits and contemporary art from all over the world. Admire the most significant collection of Aboriginal art in Australia. You can take a rest in the museum restaurant or café and buy some present for your friends from the museum shop. 2. Only 12 minutes far from Sydney traveling by ferry, there is Taronga Zoo not only a zoo but an entertainment centre. Additionally to the over 4000 animals to admire, its offer include shows, keeper talks, events, concerts and tours. If you choose to stay in a safari camp inside the zoo you will wake- up in the morning with the astonishing view of Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge in front of your eyes.
3. Wonderful beaches and bays, wild life and walking areas accessible all along the year; this is Kamay Botany Bay National Park. Walk along the coast to see the lighthouse in Cape Baily. If you choose the sprig for your visit you could see the humpback whales during their migration. Swimming, snorkeling or diving can fulfill your vacation day. 4. Walk on Midway in Luna Park Sydney and go to Crystal Palace, Big Top or Coney Island. These together with the permanent and temporary rides of the park will amuse your children. 5. Situated in a spectacular position Royal Botanic Garden is home of a huge number of plants from Australia and all over the world. Rose garden, themed garden are places where you can admire the nature. What is special to this place is Cadi Jam Ora – First Encounters a display garden remembering to visitors the specific connection that the aboriginal inhabitants of this place had with this land. 6. With its roof shaped as overlaid shells, Sydney Opera House is the city symbol. Unique in the world, its design was considered by many people impossible to build. Be one of thousand of its visitors even if you are not an opera fan and enjoy the view of this astonishing architectural work. 7. Surfers, beach sports lovers or ordinary tourists will find on Bondi Beach fun in the company of the sun, sand and sea waves. The beach is visited all over the year. In the migration period from the shore people can see flocks of whales and dolphins and less often fairy penguins. 8. Share with professionals the wine culture, learn more about wine, meet new people, make new friends and feel good in one of the vineyards of Hunter Valley or in one of the places prepared for wine tasting in Sydney.