Top 5 Things to Do in Sydney

Travelers, you just want to have fun, which is why you book with Worldwide Traveler. Our experts have firsthand, local knowledge and create custom-built, engaging itineraries for every client. But how do you know what you want to do in these destinations before you get there? We’ve asked a few of our awesome consultants to give us their top five things to do in our most popular locations!

So here’s Australia Consultant Peter Dias and his top five things to do in Sydney!


Take a cruise on the Harbour.


See all of Sydney – by boat!

Take your own postcard quality snaps from the water as you take in the city and its famous landmarks of the Opera House, and the Harbour Bridge, which you will cruise under, and might see people doing Bridge Climb. See little coves and the beautiful waterfront homes all dotted along the Harbour.


Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Experience the whole breadth of the city and its Harbour area from up on high by climbing along the arch of Sydney’s famous “coathanger”.


Tour of the Sydney Opera House.

Sydney Opera House

Visit one of the most recognizable landmarks in the world – the Sydney Opera House!

Explore this amazing complex on a one-hour guided tour, and learn more about the history of one of the most recognizable buildings in the world.


Spend time out at Bondi Beach.


Beach bums, Bondi Beach was made for you!

A sandy beach of this nature as close as it is to a city the size of Sydney is a great excuse to go out, soak up the sun, and take a dip in the water. Other beaches around Sydney’s east and north are great to spend time, too!


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Take a trip out to the Blue Mountains.

Blue Mountains Sydney

Explore the Blue Mountains, an UNESCO World Heritage site with light rays that actually have a bluish hue.

Stop into Featherdale Wildlife Park along the way, and see many native animals, and then take in a tour of this World Heritage listed region, seeing The Three Sisters, the Jenolan Caves, and the steepest cable-driven railway in the world, amongst a plethora of attractions.



PETER_DIASAbout Peter Dias

Born and raised in Melbourne, Australia clearly gives Peter an advantage when assisting agents with intricate itineraries down under. Peter has worked in the hospitality industry for more than six years, and uses his in depth knowledge and perspectives to create marvelous trip itineraries for his clients. Peter’s traveled to the Philippines, Singapore, India, most of Europe and Canada. He is well versed on meeting your clients’ needs with a particular focus on Australia, New Zealand, the South Pacific and Asia.