‘Must see’ places in Sydney – Advanced

The most calm and relaxing place that I’ve been to here in Sydney is Coogee Beach (the north end). This place is blocked off by rocks, which results in a calm rock pool, where you can swim. It’s beautiful, because you can see everything in the transparent and calm water. You can also feel a strong, cold wind and breathe in the fresh sea breeze.

coogee rockpoolBy Agnes (Brazil)


Somebody who has just arrived in Sydney must go to the really huge and gorgeous Alfred Park, which is

located close to Central Station. It’s a place where you can enjoy your day, playing basketball, football, tennis,

or simply have a barbecue with your friends and meet some nice people.

By Renato (Brazil)


If I just had one day in Sydney, SYD_B01

I would go to Manly. You should

take the ferry during the day

and be certain that you return at

night. This beautiful, old, green

ferry takes you to a bustling but

relaxing beach, where you can

enjoy smooth and clean sand.

You will have fun with those

perfect waves. At the end of the

day make sure you enjoy some delicious fish and chips. On your way back to Circular Quay you are going to

be truly astonished with the Opera House and CBD all lit up. Don’t forget to take your camera with you.

By Nuno (Portugal)


Centennial parkYou should go to Centennial

Park where you can enjoy an

absolutely gorgeous oval duck

pond. Here, you can see really

cute little white and brown

ducks. You can also do some

jogging and cycling around this

amazingly huge and fascinating

park that is fringed by trees.

By Wakaki (Japan)


Only after a one-minute-walk from Milson Point train station, you should be able to find an absolutely huge

and world famous swimming pool. During the day you can simply enjoy sitting on the big old square grey

steps and admire the amazing view of the Sydney CBD. During the evening you have to stay to see the

sunset, which will probably leave you speechless for as long as you’re looking at it.

By Elsa (France)


Bondi at nightIf you are already in Sydney,

you should visit Bondi Beach at

night. The beach is absolutely

amazing with its ‘u’ shape and

huge, dark coloured waves. It is

the place where you should go if

you feel like a little bit of silence.

You musn’t forget to take a

camera with you as the sea

looks breathtaking, especially

when it’s windy.

By Andrzej (Poland)

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