What to Do in Sydney for First-Time Visitors
Leah Walker May 18, 2018

Traveling to Sydney could be one of the most exciting trips you will ever have in your whole life. This lovely city in the Land Down Under will spoil you with so much great things. It is one of the ultimate travel destinations in the world, so grab the opportunity to visit this city right away.

This fantastic capital of New South Wales is home to sandy beaches, stunning tourist spots, and world-class wine and food. Also, it is one of the largest cities in Australia that is most loved by travelers from across the globe. You will definitely have a great time visiting this wonderful city through a campervan with family or friends, for it is the best way to discover its beauty. Below are some exciting things you can do in Sydney if it is your first time visiting.

Check out the Sydney Eye Tower

To have an idea about the other places to visit when in Sydney, go to the Sydney Eye Tower. Previously known as Centrepoint Tower, this spot is perfect for first-time Sydney travelers. It offers majestic 360-degree views of the entire city that will surely take your breath away. Just by seeing the panoramic scenery, you will also get to plan out the rest of your trip. Don’t forget to snap some photos of the view and yourself as a remembrance, too.

Soak up the sun at Bondi Beach


Dubbed as one of the top and most popular beaches in Australia, Bondi Beach is absolutely a must-visit in Sydney. It boasts its clean waters and great sand as well as accessibility. You can reach it by mass transit or a campervan easily, which is the reason why it can get crowded at times. However, you can still enjoy your stay here for the first time by taking in the gorgeous views at the beach.

Go up the remarkable Sydney Harbour Bridge

A Sydney escapade won’t be complete without seeing the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Also known as coathanger, this famous attraction in the city offers stunning scenery of the Opera House and Harbour. You can either cycle or walk across the bridge and delight in the magnificent views. More so, you can avail the guided tours if you want to meander around.

Visit to National Maritime Museum

All art lovers even the not-so ones must make time to visit museums when in Sydney. Be sure to drop by National Maritime Museum for all things maritime. This awe-inspiring museum is filled with exhibits of authentic submarines, ships, and other relics of maritime and shipping history. Your visit will definitely be worth it as you get to learn a lot of things and at the same time enjoy your time at a very reasonable price.

Indeed, Sydney is an ideal destination for everyone. Explore it by renting a vehicle and you will certainly have the most convenient trip ever! You may visit this site for more campervan tips when in Sydney and your journey will definitely be one for the books.

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Leah Walker

Leah has a marketing management company specializing in strategy, content creation and implementation for luxury brands and destinations. She's also a luxury travel and food writer who has as many stories as she does shoes. Leah documents her experiences whether that's in the lap of luxury or riding through a swamp in an airboat. She sometimes freelances and has contributor/editor roles with The Daily Meal, USA Today 10 Best, Bonjour Paris, France Today, Luxe Beat Magazine, Four Seasons Magazine, Forbes Travel Guide, and is a travel and wine ambassador for Atout France USA. Leah's lived in Paris for four years, and was awarded additional time with a Passeport Talent visa renewal. Though, her talent for speaking French is abysmal.

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