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Duration Price
Best of Australia | FREE Sydney Opera House Tickets7 days & 6 nights
INR 1,47,000
Premium Vacation in Australia13 days & 12 nights
INR 3,59,700
Australian Extravaganza - Sydney, Gold Coast & Melbourne10 days & 9 nights
INR 2,51,250
Australia - Gateway To The Great Barrier Reef10 days & 9 nights
INR 2,48,990
Scenic Getaway to Eastern Australia10 days & 9 nights
INR 2,30,125
Australian Getaway with Phillip Island10 days & 9 nights
INR 2,31,875
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Explore a wide selection of captivating Sydney tour packages with exciting offers available at Thrillophilia. Experience the charm of this marvelous Australian city on your upcoming holiday through our carefully curated Sydney tour packages from Thrillophilia. From iconic landmarks in Melbourne and Sydney, to the Gold Coast Australia, our Sydney packages promise an immersive journey to these hidden gems.

Whether you are a backpacker seeking affordable options, a family yearning for luxurious getaways, or a couple craving an escape, our Sydney tour packages are tailored to cater to diverse interests. If you are an adventure enthusiast, opt for the Sydney packages most suited to your preferences which include exhilarating activities like trekking and camping. Also experience our meticulously crafted Australia Tour itineraries encompassing both popular and offbeat attractions, ensuring a perfect blend of comfort and delight for your journey. 

Furthermore, Sydney also has some rewarding experiences for adventure junkies in the form of trekking and camping tours. So if you and your travel partners are interested in action, you can take a pick from the Sydney tour packages that specialize in adventure and offer you a thrill-filled Sydney trip.

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Visa Requirements for Sydney Trip

If you are an Indian citizen planning to visit Australia, you need a valid visa. Various visa types exist, each tailored to specific purposes and lengths of stay. The Electronic Travel Authority visa (subclass 601) permits multiple visits for up to a year, with a three-month stay for each visit, available to specific passport holders living outside Australia. This requires an application through the Australian ETA app and a live facial image. 

Applying for the Electronic Travel Authority visa (subclass 601) is exclusive to the ETA app. Other visas require an online application through ImmiAccount, necessitating ample processing time. Applicants might need to provide additional information, and approved visas are digitally linked to their passports.

Extensions are possible for certain visas, except for the eVisitor (subclass 651). Visitors already holding a valid Electronic Travel Authority visa (subclass 601) can apply for an extension through alternative visas like the Visitor visa (subclass 600). Detailed visa information and application procedures are available on the Department of Home Affairs website.

Best Time for Sydney Tours

1. Summer- December to February: In the summer months, Sydney offers delightful warmth and sunshine, maintaining an average temperature ranging from 25°C to 30°C. It is a good time to visit its inviting beaches and enjoy its vibrant nightlife, as well as the festive marvels like Christmas and the New Year's fireworks. Surfing, snorkeling, and festive celebrations thrive in this warm season.

2. Autumn- March to May: During this time, Sydney is comfortably cool and pleasant with temperatures ranging from 17°C to 25°C. It is ideal for unhurried strolls as the crowds start thinning. Autumn provides a temperate climate, ideal for sightseeing and outdoor activities as well as exploring wineries in the nearby Hunter Valley.

3. Winter- June to August: This period sees relatively mild weather, with temperatures around 8°C to 16°C. It is a good time for whale watching, as humpback whales migrate along the coast. The advent of tourists is also relatively low during winter making travel and accommodations cheaper.

4. Spring- September to November: This is the time that unfolds Sydney's natural splendor amidst favorable temperatures for sightseeing with temperatures ranging from 17°C to 25°C. It is the driest season, minimizing the risk of rain disruptions, and is considered one of the best seasons to visit. The parks and gardens across the city burst with vibrant blossoms and lush greenery making engaging in outdoor pursuits like hiking and coastal walks, a joy.

How to Reach Sydney

By Air: Air transport is the best mode of conveyance while traveling to Sydney from India. There are several direct as well as connecting flights in operation from some major metropolitan cities like New Delhi and Bengaluru. Sydney travel packages are curated keeping in mind the flight times and give you seamless airport transfers towards your next destination.

Direct Flights 

To Sydney:
From India: New Delhi and Bengaluru
Major airlines: Air India.

Places to Visit on Sydney Tours

Here are some of the best places to visit in Sydney:

1. Sydney Opera House
Known for its unique design and harbourfront location, Sydney Opera House is a performing centre in Sydney which is counted among the most iconic structures in the entirety of Australia. 
Click Here to Book: Sydney Opera House Guided Tour

Location: Bennelong Point, Sydney.
Timings: 9 am to 5 pm.
Price: AUD 37 per person.

2. Darling HarbourThe most important amusement centre in Sydney, Darling Harbour is a major tourist attraction with a plethora of dining, shopping, and entertainment options. This pedestrian precinct on Sydney's waterfront boasts an aquarium, countless eateries and shopping centers. Darling Harbour is must with Sydney tour packages.

Location: Bennelong Point, Sydney.
Timings: 10 am to 9 pm.
Price: Free admission.

3. Sydney Tower: Whether you want to soak up 360 degree panoramas of Sydney or you are in the mood for an unforgettable dining experience, Sydney Tower, the city’s tallest structure is not to be missed at any cost during the Sydney tours. 
Click Here to Book: Sydney Tower Eye Tickets

Location: Market Street, Sydney.
Timings: 9 am to 9 pm.
Price: AUD 55 per person.

4. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium: Compulsively included in all Sydney tour packages, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium introduces you to the exotic underwater species found in the region. The aquarium showcases more than 700 marine species including sharks, stingray, and penguin. 
Click Here to Book: SEA LIFE Aquarium Tickets, Sydney

Location: Wheat Road, Sydney.
Timings: 10 am to 6 pm.
Price: AUD 46 per person.

5. Hyde Park: Claimed to be the oldest park in Australia, Hyde Park is a public park in Sydney, popular among city-dwellers as well as tourists. The well-maintained park is worthy of a peaceful day outing owing to the acres of lush grass and hundreds of trees it features. Don't miss to add this on Sydney tour packages.

Location: Elizabeth Street, Sydney.
Timings: Open 24 hours.
Price: AUD 8 per person.

Things to Do on Sydney Tours

Here are some of the best things to do in Sydney:

1. See a show at the Opera House: 
The Opera House can be the first thing to come to mind when you think of Sydney, or indeed Australia. The world-heritage-listed structure is breathtaking in person, and it is beautifully illuminated at night. There are always activities and shows going on in the Opera House and the surrounding area. During your visit, you can also take a tour of the entire premises of the Opera House and relish a delicious meal there with your sydney tour packages.

Location: Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

2. Hang out in Bondi Beach: 
Bondi Beach is a renowned hangout place on Sydney tours. It  is not  only visited by the local people, but it is also visited frequently by local and international celebrities. The surrounding suburb has some fantastic shopping and dining choices. Bondi Beach is on the Australian Heritage List, and is also notable for holding the Guinness World Record for the largest swimsuit photoshoot, with 1010 bikini-clad women taking part.

 Beach in Bondi Beach, Australia

3. Take a cruise or ferry around the lovely Circular Quay: 
After a long day of walking the pavement, cruising past the Opera House, and taking in the breathtaking views of the water is a perfect way to unwind. There are many sightseeing cruises available, many of which are catered, but if you're on a budget, you can get the same views for a lot less money by taking public transportation: a trip from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour costs less than $4.

 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

4. Enjoy Sydney's Night-life: Sydney is well-known as one of the best nightlife destinations in the southern hemisphere, and for some good reasons. Many prominent gay, straight, and mixed-crowd venues can be found on Oxford Street (the heart of Sydney's gay district). You can also visit some of the famous Chinese Laundry and Home. So come to Sydney and party like you've never partied before! Don't miss the nightlife with Sydney tour packages.

 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

5. Stroll across the iconic Paddy’s Markets: With over 1,000 stalls between the Haymarket and Flemington places, Paddy's is Sydney's largest market. You'll find low-cost souvenirs, bric-a-brac, and general amusement pieces, as well as a pleasant atmosphere and delectable food.

 Sydney, Australia

6. Visit to Garigal National Park SydneyGarigal is a protected national park located on Sydney's North Shore. It's a beautiful oasis that is just a  short drive away from the city. At the present time, it is considered as one of the popular weekend destinations for locals. The national park is 2202 hectares in size, and the park trails are popular with walkers, hikers, and cyclists, with the Cascades being especially beautiful. There are 100 ancient Aboriginal sites registered within the park, including cave art and rock engravings, as well as beautiful scenery and interesting local flora and fauna. Don't miss this beautiful place with Sydney tour packages.

 French Creek Track, St. Ives NSW 2075, Australia
Timing: 6:00 AM - 6:30 PM

7. Go on a spooky ghost tour: A ghost tour is an excellent way to learn about the eerie aspects of Sydney, which was founded as a penal colony. Several organisations give ghost tours, during which you can learn true tales of killings, shootings, hangings, and other crimes. One of these Sydney tours is of Quarantine Station, a site where people suspected of bringing infectious diseases were isolated. It is believed to be one of Australia’s most haunted sites, and sydney packages options include an “extreme ghost tour” working with real paranormal investigators.
Click Here to Book: Sydney Ghost Tour

 435 Miller St, Cammeray NSW 2062, Australia
Timing: 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM

8. Enjoy a  panoramic view from the top of the Sydney Tower and SKYWALK: The Sydney Tower Eye is the highest point in Sydney, from where you can see 360-degree panoramic views. It's beautiful both during the day and in the evening; it's particularly worth visiting shortly before sunset to take in both the daytime and nighttime views, but there's never a bad time to visit. Every day of the year, the Tower is open, and you can also sign up for Sydney tours.

 Level 5 Westfield Sydney, 108 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Timing: 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Price: 24.80 AUD

9. Visit The Rocks: The Rocks is well-known for its markets, cobblestone laneways, and stunning views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It was the first site of European settlement in Australia and is rich in history; it was particularly important first as a convict site and then as a working-class part of town. This area has a number of excellent art galleries as well as excellent dining options to relish during your Sydney Tour Packages.

 neighbourhood of historic laneways in the shadow of Sydney Harbour Bridge

10. Check out the Cockatoo Island: Cockatoo Island is a small island in Sydney Harbour that is easily accessible by ferry. This  is one of the  most sought after tourist attractions in Sydney because of its  fascinating maritime background. The island is not only historically interesting, but it is also beautiful and a popular camping spot. Outside the Visitor's Center, there's also a huge chessboard.

  Junction of the Parramatta and Lane Cove River in Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia

11. See the Blue Mountains: 
The ancient sandstone of this national park has weathered into gorges with steep cliffs and narrow ridges separated by millennia. Some activities in Blue Mountains include seeing the spectacular rock formation of the Three Sisters or hiking along the paths that give excellent views of the valley, sheer rock walls, tumbling waterfalls, and magnificent forests. If you are a nature lover, You must add this experience with Sydney tour packages.

 west of Sydney in Australia’s New South Wales

12. Visit the Hyde Park Barracks Museum: Like other big cities, Sydney has a wide range of museums such as history museums, art museums, and exhibition halls of the past relics. Set in 18th-century convict barracks, it does an excellent and thorough job of chronicling colonial life in Sydney, using early settlers' accounts, historical information, artefacts, and histories. Explore the museum with Sydney tour packages.

 Queens Square, Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Timing: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Popular Restaurants in Sydney

1. Manjits Wharf, Sydney: Manjits Wharf in Sydney offers a picturesque waterfront dining experience. Situated by the harbor, it boasts delectable cuisine fused with breathtaking views. This culinary gem presents a diverse menu and a serene ambiance, making it a perfect spot for enjoying delightful meals against the backdrop of Sydney's waters.

2. The Spice Room, Sydney: This is a culinary haven that serves diners with its rich blend of Indian flavors. Nestled in the heart of the city, it serves a tantalizing array of authentic dishes. This restaurant enchants guests with its vibrant ambiance, redefining Indian cuisine in a contemporary setting.

3. Chatkazz Harris Park Restaurant: A vibrant culinary destination in Sydney, this restaurant is renowned for its authentic Indian street food experience. Located in Harris Park, it entices patrons with an extensive menu of flavorful dishes. This eatery embraces a lively atmosphere, offering a delightful immersion into the diverse tastes of Indian cuisine.

4. Nithik’s Kitchen: This stands as a culinary gem in Sydney, celebrated for its diverse and delectable South Indian cuisine and a must-have in the Sydney tour packages. Nestled within the city, it delights diners with an extensive menu of authentic dishes. This restaurant offers a delightful journey into the rich flavors and aromatic spices of South India.

5. Clam Bar, Sydney: Include this in the Sydney packages  and visit this coastal gem, offering a seafood haven along the city's shores. Situated by the water, it tempts patrons with a diverse menu featuring fresh and flavorful seafood dishes. This eatery provides a relaxed ambiance perfect for savoring ocean delights in a picturesque setting.

6. Restaurant Hubert, Sydney: Restaurant Hubert in Sydney is the epitome of culinary elegance, captivating diners with its French-inspired offerings, and a great addition to the Sydney packages. Tucked away in the city, it presents a sophisticated menu brimming with exquisite flavors. This establishment exudes old-world charm, creating an immersive dining experience steeped in French culinary finesse.

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What is Sydney famous for?

Sydney is a very popular place in Australia that is known for its famous historic attractions, vast spread botanical gardens, and pristine beaches.

What are the main public transportation is there in Sydney?

Travelling around Sydney to explore this amazing city isn't hard owing to its easy transportation network and facilities that cover the whole suburb. Light rail, Suburban rail, buses, metro, ferries are available to take you from one place to another. You can also choose to explore the city on bicycles.

Are there any restrictions regarding anything which I need to take care of while taking a trip to Sydney?

No, there aren't any restrictions regarding anything which you need to take care about while you are touring Sydney as long as you don't break any laws. All you have to do is kick back and enjoy your Sydney Tour packages.

What are the romantic things to do on your Sydney tour?

1. A romantic walk within the coastals: Walking along the coasts of Australia is one of the 'must experiencing' things. Take a romantic walk with your partner to the coast of Bondi cherishing all your love. The scenic beauty of the beaches and the Blue Bay would relax your soul on your Sydney Tour Packages.

2. Hunting Australian Wine: 
Being one of the top listed wine hubs, Australia has some of the famous wine zones and must visit ones while staying here with your partner. Hop into the vineyards and valleys brewing fresh wine of incredible varieties. Go on a date to some famous restaurants on your Sydney Tours for experiencing interesting wines creating indelible memories along .

3. Roaming around the city burg: 
Sydney is a beautiful place to witness the soothing atmosphere and eye fetching natural beauties. A romantic walk within this wonderful city would help you in making some precious moments with your partner. The lushly green Botanical gardens, the fresh air and the colourful cityscapes would drive your temptation.

4. Enjoy the colourful Carnival with your partner: 
Sydney has a lot to offer you with it's enchanting cultures and fun-filled empires. Turn yourself and your partner into the festivities mode and enjoy the wonderful grand gala with lots of dazzling lights, music and soundtracks and varieties of cuisines. Celebrating this colourful festival is worth experiencing during your Sydney Tour Packages.

5. Feel the city from a top: 
Experience the most beautiful cityscape from the top of Sydney Harbour on your Sydney Tour Packages. The incredible climb to the top of the Harbour with your partner is one of a kind. The startling citylights and the buzzing soundscape would amaze you with their vibe.

What are the best adventure activities to do in Sydney?

Here are the best adventure activities to do with Sydney tour packages:

1. James Craig Tall Ship:
Rightly famous, Sydney’s only 19th century tall ship is the James Craig Tall Ship. There was an incredible restoration for providing the real sailing experience to its preserved original methods. Enjoy this undiscovered adventurous ride with some live music and an overall great way to spend long fun filled hours.

2. Social Escape Rooms: Explore these fun entertainment concepts of strategic rooms included in your  Sydney Holiday Package. Step into these rooms for some live-action games, solving clues, puzzles and tasks to flourishingly reach the goal within a specific limit. Grab your squad here and know the most intelligent amongst you.

3. Troll Tours: These tours are the most popular in Sydney package for a thrill seeking experience. You will be ridden by the fun yet professional riders to the destinations convenient according to you.

4. Helicopter Tours: Enjoy the coastline of the city and its inexplicable views that will provide lifetime memories. Catch a glance of landmarks and beaches including other various attractions like Sydney Harbor Bridge, Bondi Beach and Watson Bay, etc.

5. Snorkeling at Bronte Beach: Most wonderful adventure to do for the families is to snorkel at the beautiful Bronte Beach. Seize glances of some friendlier species and Australia's most famous tropical fishes, along with diving into this stunning scenery and exploring the real sea life. 

Which are the famous beaches to explore in Sydney?

Here are the top beaches you can explore with Sydney tour packages:

1. Gordon’s Bay:
If you are into thrilling underwater life and activities, then Gordon’s Bay is just a great place to be on a breezy day. You will find a whole family of stingrays, a huge Blue Groper and a massive range of marine life. Gordon's Bay is one of the must visit when opting for your very own personalized Sydney Package.

2. Clovelly Beach: Another right spot for water seekers here in this long sheltered bay.  You can explore the underwater habitat like the famous resident Blue Groper, snorkel, swim in the ocean or just relax along the sides of the bay.

3. Bronte Beach: This is a great beach along with the 6 km coastal walk, grassy area running from the sand back up the hill. Popular for picnics known for its good surf, one can also explore the amazing Bronte Beach Rock Pool situated down the southern end of the beach.

4. Milk Beach: This beach showcases the most picturesque tiny stretches of land for an awestruck view looking back towards the city skyline. The calmness of water makes it appealing for swimming and the glimpses of the iconics places of Sydney makes it a top notch place to be.

5. Chowder Bay: Secluded from the city and the loud atmosphere, be here at Chowder Bay in peace from the daily grind. Go swimming as the water is calm and free of rips, and also go for a walk on the famous 4 km coastal route passing by the Taronga Zoo.

What are the best water sports to do in Sydney?

1. Jet Boat Ride: Explore the most high speed 30 minute jet boat thrill ride, with pleasing sights and splashes of cold water on your face. Zoom into the city in this non stop rollercoaster of excitement.

2. Kayaking: Go on a water ride through this kayaking adventure around Sydney harbor. Learn about the amazing views coming along the way like harbor bridge, opera house, along with admiring nature.

3. Stand up Paddle Boarding: If you want to feel the confidence to explore the city by yourself, then SUP is made for you. Available at various destinations, learn from the guides and start the journey to see what this mesmerizing city offers, as it is one of the best water sports included in your Sydney Holiday Package.

4. Kite Surfing: This extreme sport is the one which integrates speed like the kite against the wind. The beaches of Sydney, especially Kurnell Beach, Wanda Beach and also Dolls Point, provide perfect weather conditions along with the thrill level for kitesurfing. 

Which are the famous museums to visit in Sydney?

Here are the best museums to explore with Sydney tour packages:

1. Powerhouse museum: 
The most innovative museum with the admixture of ideas, creativity and unimaginable techniques, Powerhouse museum is occupied with an incredible collection of more than a million items having a varietal significance in the field of science, technology, history and arts. You'd get interesting opportunities to experience some physical and interactive play spaces as well as screen filmings.

2. Australian museum:
Preserving the integrity of the country, Australian museum is the first ever museum housing a million of incredible facts and artifacts of the country. Now it is running as a research centre dealing with the knowledgeable facts of historical, cultural as well as social significance. 

3. Nicholson Museum: 
Bestowing the largest collection of incredible artifacts and antiquities, Nicholson museum is an in-build historical landmark inside the campus of Sydney University with remarkable art, culture as well as architecture. The museum comprises antiquities from several continents like Egypt, Europe and Mediterranean with historical significance. 

4. Museum of Sydney: 
Once it was happening to be the residence of the Governor but later it was converted to a historical place dwelling with the remains of the ancient Government house . It is an interesting place dealing with some historical significance of the past Australian administration. Various art exhibitions are held every year making it a  knowledgeable landmark.

Which are the famous historic places in Sydney?

Some of the best historic places to visit with Sydney tour packages are:

1. Building of Queen Victoria: 
The incredible building of Queen Victoria is famed to be the famous architecture of Australia hence becoming an international tourist attraction point of Australia. Situated in the middle of the city, it houses a number of stores ultimately forming a famous shopping centre for the Sydney visitors as well as local people. This iconic landmark is not only famous for shopping but also it has the remarkable building of Queen Victoria which stores the past histories of the queen as well as the stories hidden behind the architecture of the building.

2. Fort Denison: 
The inconceivable fort of Denison is popular for being the most magnificent destination where criminals were paid with death sentences from all over Sydney and Australia. The whole area has been turned into a defence sector as well as a famous tourist attraction point. It has a war museum that houses an ample number of arms and ammunitions depicting the history of ancient wars, agreements and testaments.

3. Anzac war memorial:
Anzac war memorial is one of the significant sites situated in the heart of Hyde Park. The complete chronology of the memorial depicts the dreadful history of the Australian personalities who lost their lives during the series of World War. You'd find incredible statutes of several heroes who faced a terrible death while fighting the war. Above all, this memorial houses evidence and testimonies of  the World War. Don't forget to explore this place with your Sydney tour packages.

4. Cockatoo Island:
 One of the remarkable places which has gained it's fame as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Cockatoo island is a legendary place worth visiting. Hop a boat and row into the island enjoying the spectacular landscape of the harbour. This place depicts the history of the shipbuilding activities as well as the dread past. Various events get organised here and apart from all, you can experience a whole night camping on the Island too. Explore the island on your Sydney tour.

Which are the best camping sites in Sydney?

1. Bonnie Vale Campground, Royal National Park: A perfect campsite to spend some quality time with family and friends, Bonnie Vale Campground is a picturesque beachside campsite located inside Royal National Park. Along with camping, you can also indulge in birdwatching, boating, and nature walks here.

Location: Royal National Park.
Timings: Campsite gates open from 8 am to 7 pm.
Price: Information unavailable.

2. Crosslands Reserve Camping Area, Hornsby: Well capable of creating for you and your adventure partners a matchless camping experience, this campsite is best known for its exquisite scenery and availability of outdoor sports. To add more fun and convenience to the overall affair, picnic shelters featuring toilet and barbecue facilities are available here.

Location: Berowra Valley National Park.
Timings: Gates open from 8 am to 7:30 pm.
Price: Starts from AUD 27 per night.

3. Patonga Beach Camping Area, Central Coast: Nestled in the breathtakingly scenic bay town of Patonga, this camping area is an ideal getaway to relax and connect with nature. There are around 80 grassed sites that come with facilities such as basic amenities and electric barbecues.

Location: Patonga Holiday Park.

4. The Basin Campground, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park: Couple your camping experience with fun activities like snorkeling, boating, and paddle boarding – The Basin Campground is a popular getaway in the region. Apart from enjoying your vacation basking in the tranquil atmosphere, this camping experience is also a great opportunity to explore the wildlife of Sydney.

Location: Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
Timings: Campsite gates are open from 6:30 am to 8 pm.

5. Lane Cove River Tourist Park, Macquarie Park: Located close to Sydney, this campsite in the middle of raw nature features a range of amenities and comforts to make your escape worth the while. Campervan sites, caravan sites, and fully equipped cabin accommodations are available for campers here.

Location: Lane Cove National Park.
Timings: Gates are open from 9 am to 7 pm.
Price: Starts from AUD 39 per night.

Which are the most adventurous trekking sites in Sydney?

1. Bundeena to Otford - Royal National Park: Treat your eyes with breathtaking coastal landscape as you tread upon this 26 km long trail between Bundeena and Otford, taking you through beaches, palm jungles, and much more.

Since it is categorized as a challenging trek, it is recommended only for those who are physically fit and can endure long walks.

Location: Royal National Park, south of Sydney.
Timings: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Price: AUD 12 per vehicle.

2. Pierces Pass to Bluegum Forest: A challenging trek that takes you through deep wilderness, alongside the Grose River.

Deep rainforests and enchanting valleys one gets to witness makes the adventure a rewarding one. This adventure can be added to our customizable Sydney tour packages.

Location: Blackheath Area, Blue Mountains National Park.
Timings: 9 am to 4:30 pm.
Price: AUD 8 per vehicle.

3. Mount Ku-Ring-Gai to the National Park called Ku-Ring-Gai Chase: The national park has several trekking trails, but this one is an absolute delight for adventure seekers, owing to the scenic beauty it covers. You can pair the experience with fishing, cycling, and bushwalking.

Location: Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
Timings: Sunrise to Sunset.
Price: AUD 12 per vehicle.

4. Manly to Spit Bridge: This excursion is a favourite among not only adventurers but also photographers as the trail passing through bushlands and coasts takes one to various vantage points that offer breathtaking panoramas of the ocean, dramatic cliffs, and Sydney Harbour.

Location: Manly Scenic Walkway, Sydney.
Timings: AUD 9:30 am to 4 pm.
Price: AUD 8 per vehicle.

5. Sydney Harbour Bridge To South Head: Perfect for seasonal as well as inexperienced trekkers, this adventure involves an 18 km long trail passing through various noteworthy attractions such as Royal Botanic Garden, Nielsen Park, Hornby Lighthouse.

Location: Sydney Harbour National Park, Sydney.
Timings: Always Open.

Is it safe for solo women travelers to explore Sydney?

Yes, Sydney is perfectly safe for solo women travelers as the crime against tourist is negligible. There are many solo women travelers who travel here from all over the world. However, it is advisable to be cautious when dealing with strangers.

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