With arguably the most spectacular harbour to be found anywhere in the world, Sydney is amazing, in every direction.From the iconic Harbour Bridge, to the world renowned Opera House, there are many things to see and do in this world class city. A visit to Taronga Zoo will showcase not only world leading breeding programs for endangered species, but also offers some of the best vantage spots for that memorable photo of the harbour. Established in 1816, The Royal Botanical Gardens are the oldest in Australia and are surrounded by unfenced parklands, known as "The Domain", offering more spectacular views.Right on the city's doorstep, are some of the best beaches to be found. Why not take the ferry to the world famous Manly beach? You might see a whale on your way! Or maybe try the waves at the equally famous Bondi beach? The choice doesn't stop there - Tamarama, Rose Bay, Coogee and Cronulla - all contribute to Sydney's well deserved reputation as a "surfing capitol".A stroll around Darling Harbour or "The Rocks' will appease the historians, as will the quaint Victorian terrace houses of Darlinghurst and the beautiful suburbs of Lane Cove, Pymble and Wahroonga. For those a bit more adventurous, the "infamous" Kings Cross is not to be missed.There are many walking tracks around Sydney's east and to the south, with many ideal picnic settings, such as the Georges River National Park. To the north, there is the lookout at North Head, easily accessible and one of the most stunning views to be found.So, as you can see, Sydney is jam-packed with attractions, in every direction. And, in each direction, you will find your fine Bed and Breakfast Accommodation awaiting your arrival.
Australia, officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is the world's sixth-largest country by total area. Our country offers boutique, luxury, family and even sometimes quirky accommodation for the most meticulous traveller.