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How to explore Vivid Sydney 2024

Vivid Sydney has unveiled its 2024 program which promises 23 nights of unforgettable experiences, exploring the theme of ‘Humanity’ through Light, Music, Ideas and Food. This year the Southern Hemisphere’s largest multi-artform festival will take place from May 24  to June 15, and will transform Sydney with dozens of mesmerising light installations and 3D projections...

The Strand Arcade 10 free things to do

Sydney might be one of the most expensive cities in the world, but there are plenty of ways to experience it without spending a cent. Here are the top 10 free things to do. Walk across the Harbour Bridge It’s an instantly recognisable landmark, the vast steel structure spanning the two shores of Sydney Harbour....

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Sydney is one of the world’s most famous destinations to visit, especially during the summer months. Its breath-taking harbour views, stunning parks and open spaces, and the seemingly endless sunshine are reasons enough to lure visitors and even locals.  During the summer season, Sydney caters to different tastes and interests from outdoor concerts and al...

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Sydney’s iconic Bondi Beach offers an array of Bondi activities for fun under the Australian sun. The place is so captivating that no visit to Sydney is ever complete without people spending the entire day swimming in the famed Icebergs, hitting the trail from Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk, or enjoying the bustling cafes, shops,...

The top 20 things to do in Sydney, Sydney Harbour
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This spectacular city is the capital of the state of New South Wales and the gateway for most visitors and you can find out the best things to do in Sydney. Set around a huge natural harbour and fringed by more than 100 sandy beaches, lush national parks and rolling mountains, it’s easily one of...

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There’s so much to sightsee in the Harbour City. From spectacular gardens, galleries and historic sights just steps from your cruise ship to the city’s smaller neighbourhoods with their distinctive personalities, Sydney charms every visitor. Find fun things to do with the family, from calm beaches to thrilling theme parks and up-close animal encounters. There...

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