Australia’s largest, oldest and most famous city is Sydney, located on the east coast of the state of New South Wales. This world class city is home to some of Australia’s biggest icons and is a gateway to incredible natural landscapes.

Known as the Harbour City, Sydney’s sparkling Sydney Harbour is the focal point of the city and it’s where you’ll find the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. These two architectural feats draw the attention of locals and travellers alike. But they’re not just for pretty pictures; both have an interesting history and fascinating stories to tell.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture that Sydney boasts by experiencing a wide variety of food and entertainment across the city.  From Chinatown to The Rocks there are plenty of restaurants, cafés, attractions and theatres for you to enjoy.

Fantastic experiences await you just outside of Sydney. Taste award-winning wines and gourmet food in the picturesque Hunter Valley or explore World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park and admire the panoramic views of the Three Sisters.

For the nature lovers, the wild dolphins at Port Stephens and Jervis Bay will delight and north of Sydney a visit to the Tobruk sheep station will give you an insight into farming life in Australia.

An easy three hour drive south of Sydney is Australia’s capital city, Canberra. This unique city has an entirely planned urban design and is home to Australia’s Parliament and High Court – a must see for any history or political enthusiasts.