Discover the Blue Mountains – Sydney’s backyard playground. This UNESCO World Heritage site covers the area over 3,861 square miles, surrounded with rainforest, sandstone cliffs, dramatic canyons, and scenic lookouts and waterfalls.
Scenic World is the perfect way to explore the stunning nature wonder of Blue Mountains, which offers a range of experiences found nowhere else on Earth. Board the world’s steepest passenger railway; stroll along the Scenic Walking as it takes you descend into the extraordinary Jurassic-like rainforest. Thus, hop aboard the Scenic Cableway & glass-floored Skyway which provide best panoramic view of Katoomba Falls, the Three Sisters, and Jamison Valley!
Looking at the four ‘triangular’ segments of the roof design, the Sydney Opera House has become the symbol of Australia since 1973, attracting more than eight million people to visit the site yearly. However, most visitors only stop by for photographs from outside of the building. Have you ever wondered what does the interior looks like? And did you know this UNESCO World Heritage Site has spent 16 years and cost more than 100 million AUS to build?
Step into the glamorous hallway of the iconic Sydney Opera House for a guided tour to learn more about the architecture and interesting stories of the building. Thus, be awed by the world-class opera performance and take a peek into the rehearsal studio where passionate ballet dancers keep practice.
Port Stephens is blessed with beautiful beaches, national parks and a unique sand-dune system. There are many reasons to have fun in this vibrant coastal city!
Home to around 150 bottlenose dolphins, Port Stephen is the perfect place in Australia to observe these adorable sea creatures, boosting an impressive 99% success rate for spotting them! From November to April, get out on the water for an exciting cruise sailing adventure around Nelson Bay to explore the beautiful waterways and get close to the pods of wild dolphins. During other season, you will get a chance to spot the large sea mammals, when thousands of humpback and other whales migrate through the marine park.
Hunter Valley is a region in New South Wales, has rich wine heritage that stretches back some 180 years. As a major tourist destination, this beautifully wine region offers more than 150 wineries, an array of award-winning restaurants and stunning landscapes. The Hunter Valley is famous for its production of Semillon and Shiraz and holds the title of planting the first Chardonnay vines in Australia.
For years the Hunter Valley has boasted it is the oldest winemaking region in Australia and some wineries are still proudly follow the traditional method. Did you know grape stomping (using barefoot to stomp & crush the grapes) is part of a method of maceration used in traditional winemaking? This activity was a fun experience in Hunter Valley for visitors to try out & learn about wine history.
There are many different ways to experience Sydney’s most iconic landmarks, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. Now, hop on to Sydney’s spectacular dinner cruise which offers restaurant-quality dining experience and performance show on board with spectacular view of the Sydney Harbour.
Beside, Vivid Sydney, a festival of light, music and ideas performs annually in Sydney from Mid-May until Mid-June. This festival illuminates the heart of Sydney with mesmerizing colour, music performances and art installation, taking you into a magical wonderland.
Situated in the Western Foyers and Colonnade, Portside offers a harbourside dining experience with panoramic views of Circular Quay and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Not only stunning views, the restaurant offers s a menu that uses fresh seasonal products. It is a great option to have a drink or two with your friends after a long day at work or a spot to watch fireworks on New Year Eve celebration!
Apart from indulging high-quality seafood and countless fine dining experience in Australia, some of the most common Australian foods that may not fall under ‘fine dining’ will amaze you unexpectedly. From Vegemite to smashed avocado toast, meat pie and Lamington, try out these real native Australian flavours when you’re here! Furthermore, we highly recommend that you must not missed the Instagram-worthy cafes like the Black Star Pastry's strawberry and watermelon cake in Sydney.
Sydney is glittering modern city, boasts gorgeous beaches, fantastic weather, cultural diversity and heritage. Beyond the country’s natural beauty and iconic landmarks, you’ll find a thriving cultural and foodie scene. Explore the vibrant dimensions of Sydney!
Discover mountains, wine, wildlife and coastline on a drive from Sydney New South Wales is a special place. Spectacular landscapes, incredible flora and fauna, and food experiences to impress even the most serious of gastronomes. This unforgettable road trip – a loop that starts and ends in the world-class capital – combines some of the state’s premium destinations, including the Blue Mountains, Hunter Valley, Port Stephens and the Central Coast. Immerse yourself in nature at heritage-listed national parks, sip remarkable wines in Australia’s oldest wine region, traverse the Southern Hemisphere’s largest moving coastal sand dunes, and get up close to wildlife that call our coast, reef, and inland home. You’ll soon discover, there’s nothing quite like New South Wales.Read More