Sydney is a city in eastern Australia with a population of around 5 million, making it the most populated city in Australia. Geographically, it is adjacent to a large natural harbour, famously known as Sydney Harbour. One destination in this area definitely worth visiting is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is the most massive steel arch bridge in the world with a summit that extends 134 metres above the surface of the harbour. Upon arrival, one of the most popular activities is climbing a series of steps to the very top of the bridge, where the surrounding scenery can be viewed without obstructions of any kind.
After experiencing the excitement of seeing everything from high above, let’s walk a bit farther and arrive at a neighbourhood know as the Rocks. One interesting activity that will not upset acrophobia sufferers, is the Rocks Dreaming Aboriginal Heritage. The tour is accompanied by an Aboriginal guide from whom you will learn that this bustling commercial area used to be the place where Aborigines exercised their native wisdom to create their own various individual cultures. Moreover, here at the Rocks, you can enjoy year-round festivals including the Rocks Adult Nightly Ghost Tours, Traditional Irish Music and Good Food Month.
Last but not least, to fulfill your trip I would like to recommend you visit The Escape Hunt Experience in Sydney where you can unwind inside and away from the heat, while having fun and play one of their three fabulous games!