If you are lucky enough to be living in the Newcastle and Port Stephens area, you already have access to some of our nation’s most pristine beaches and bushland, as well as a host of other things to see and do including vineyards, cafes, restaurants and a world class sporting stadium. We are pretty spoiled here.
But for most of us, the big sister Sydney, often beckons. With one of the world’s most exciting and cosmopolitan cities on our doorstep, we are blessed with all the perks of a big city within a couple of hours of driving. So we thought we’d put together a list of our favourite things to do in Sydney that you might not have heard of before – it’s our way of inspiring you to go and explore the city and maybe get off the beaten track a little.
Here are Port Stephens Coaches top 5 things to do in Sydney that you haven’t heard of:
Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo
Have an unforgettable experience at Taronga Zoo on a ropes course! With 2 different difficulty levels to choose from, you’ll be harnessed in and ready to explore the sights of Sydney from a totally unique perspective.
The Pylon Lookout
Experience a unique outlook over the world-famous harbour and city with a trip to the Pylon Lookout. Inside, you’ll find exhibits and insights into the construction of the bridge and the people who built it.
Perfect for those that are terrified of heights but still want to feel the sensation of a weightless free fall. Anyone can give it a go and you don’t require any previous experience or training.
White Rabbit Art Gallery
Sydney is recognised for it’s contemporary art galleries, including the famous Art Gallery of NSW. But you can also find a stunning collection of Chinese art at White Rabbit in Chippendale. Displaying predominantly modern Chinese work, White Rabbit is a must-see for a taste of the exotic.
Manly Fast Ferry
Take to the water in style on the Manly Fast Ferry. You will be able to cruise right around the harbour and take in all the best vantage points. There is no better or more convenient way to see Circular Quay, Pyrmont, Darling Harbout and North Sydney in one sitting.
Of course, Sydney is a hub of culture and activity, brimming with endless opportunities for things to do.
So why not try a few of our suggestions and discover some interesting little corners of the city that you didn’t know existed, and fall in love with Sydney just a tiny bit more.
We run a daily express service to Sydney, so you can explore everything Sydney has to offer. Please don’t hesitate to contact us today if you would like more information on any of the services we offer.