Sydney has something for all range of tastes and budgets. It has an abundance of fresh produce, great seafood, restaurants, cafés and multicultural influences.
Sydney (Cadi, Djubuguli) is one of Australia's largest cities and is best known for the Sydney Opera House, with its distinctive sail-like design. Darling Harbour & Circular Quay port are the hubs of Sydney's waterways life. The iconic arched Harbour Bridge and the esteemed Royal Botanic Garden are nearby. Sydney Tower’s Skywalk offers a 360 °ree; views of the city of Sydney and it's suburbs.
Sydney is spectacularly draped around its glorious harbour and relaxing sun-drenched beaches. Sydney is brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, design and cuisine at award-winning restaurants. Celebrate Australia’s rich cultural diversity by taking in some shows, or have some fun at the often free festivals that are on throughout the year.
Sydney enjoys a sunny climate with mild winters and warm summers. Cool in winter to warm and hot in the summer. Sydney's heat is mainly dry in spring, but usually humid in the summertime. Sydney is prone to heat waves and drought, which are becoming more common. Winter in central Sydney tends to be more mild where the lows rarely drop below 7 °C.