This incredible three-week festival illuminates the night with mesmerising light sculptures and marvellous light shows on the iconic white sails of the World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House.
Whale watching is an unforgettable experience in Sydney.
Your tastebuds are in for a treat, with a delectable range of restaurants and cafes.
Indulge in gourmet dining by the sparkling harbour and sip cocktails in sky bars.
You can see frolicking humpbacks from coastal headlands and on boat tours between May and November.
The mild winter is perfect too for splendid walks along the gorgeous harbour foreshore and in the city’s magnificent national parks.
Travel back in time to Pompeii, the untold Roman Rescue.Hold events and lunches in the kitchen and dining area, or after hours with the lights dimmed low and any soundtrack you choose playing wirelessly through the Work Club music system. Quality over quantity defines a collection where pieces from Hans Wegner sit next to Brunner, Fantoni and other artisan products.All have been hand selected and others have been hand created by European craftsmen in collaboration with Work Club founder Soren.One line runs 1.5 km north towards Sutherland railway station, paralleling Rawson Avenue in the way that parts of Sydney's tram system operated.The second runs to the south and utilises the Royal National Park branch railway line that was constructed in 1886 and closed to trains in June 1991.The museum was officially opened at its original site on the edge of the Royal National Park by NSW Deputy Premier Pat Hills in 1965.