Sydney Opera House
This magnificent architectural wonder resembling huge shells is located at Sydney's Bennelong Point. The Sydney Opera House has water surrounding it on three sides and the Royal Botanic Gardens border to its south. The stunning structure encompasses restaurants, theatres, studios, a concert hall, exhibition rooms, and a cinema.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef off the Queensland coast is a dazzling creation of nature. It is a labyrinth of coral cays, inshore mangrove islands, coral reefs, lagoons, channels and caverns furnished with an astounding variety of marine life. Although diving and snorkeling in the Reef are first-hand experiences, some people prefer to witness this natural glory from underwater viewing stations and glass bottom boats.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock), is a striking red monolith right in the heart of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Standing tall at a glorious height of 348m, it is listed as a World Heritage. The park derives its name from Uluru, which means "shadowy place" in the local aboriginal dialect, and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) - the red dome-shaped rocks found in the park. People enjoy the sight of the setting sun in this park.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
One of things tourists enjoy in Sydney is a guided Bridge climb to the top of this bridge for a 360-degree panorama view of the world’s greatest harbour at 440ft above sea level. Wearing a special Bridge suit, harness and communication gear, climbers ascend the bridge. Adventurous as it sounds, ensure that you're covered for such risky endeavors with travel insurance.
This is the city's most famous beach and a great spot for a seaside stroll or picnic. The scenic Bondi to Bronte coastal walk begins at the southern end of the beach and follows the coastline. Swimmers are warned to keep within the specified limits marked with flags as tides tend to sweep swimmers out to the sea. So take an international travel insurance
and get ready to board your flight.