4 Most Beautiful Beaches in Sydney – Relax or Take a Dip in a World of Aquatic Adventures

Beaches in Sydney are frequented by locals and tourists from near and far. These are the places one can visit if ever they crave downtime with plenty of space to relax.

Bondi Beach

Located just a 15-minute drive away from properties like Oaks Sydney Castlereagh Suites via Moore Park Road is Bondi Beach. It is one of the most popular beaches in Australia and one can find a range of trendy cafés, restaurants, and shops here. The views of Bondi Beach are quite pleasing to the eye.

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Bronte Beach

Bronte Beach is yet another scenic escape that you must visit while holidaying at your apartment hotel in Sydney. It’s an easy coastal walk from Bondi Beach and is quite popular among surfers. Swimmers are usually thrilled at the prospect of taking a dip at the famous rock pool at this beach.

Manly Beach

You’ll be spoilt for choice when you’re on the beautiful Manly Beach. Whether it’s surfing on its waves or snorkelling to explore its colourful depths, there’s something for everyone here.

Balmoral Beach

Balmoral Beach is found on the scenic north shore of Sydney. It boasts enclosed swimming areas, which makes it popular among families.

Thrilling Activities in Sydney

If you love adrenaline-pumping activities, then Sydney has got you covered! These are some of the most exciting things you can do here.

Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge
Don’t miss the unforgettable chance to scale the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, within easy each of properties like Oaks Sydney North Ryde Suites. Known as BridgeClimb, this adventure features an ascent to the summit over 130 metres above the ground to enjoy 360-degree panoramas on top of the largest steel arch on the planet!

Take on a High Ropes Course
More thrills await at the Wild Ropes attraction at Taronga Zoo Sydney. For those staying at North Ryde hotels, Circular Quay can be easily reached for a ferry to the zoo; here, you can try a high ropes course with flying foxes, climbing walls, suspension bridges and more, above an area that’s home to kangaroos and koalas!

Come Face to Face with Sharks
For extreme thrill seekers, diving with sharks is hard to beat which is exactly what awaits at Shark Dive Xtreme! On offer at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, you get the unique chance to dive and come face to face with Grey Nurse Sharks as well as Wobbegong and Port Jackson sharks, not forgetting huge stingrays too.

Ride a Rollercoaster Zip Line
At Treetops Adventure Park in Western Sydney, you get the opportunity to experience the fastest rollercoaster zip line in the world! Dubbed the Crazy Rider, this exhilarating zip line spans 500 metres, reaches speeds of up to 50 kilometres per hour and features action-packed turns, twists, drops and 360-degree loops.



Best Mountains to Explore near Sydney – Get rewarded with peace of mind

Appreciate the great outdoors while you are in Sydney. You get the perfect chance to get closer to nature through this activity, and you can gain some self-satisfaction too!

Blue Mountains National Park (Mount Banks)

Mount Banks is surely for those who are interested in the beautiful views. Enjoy heavenly views of the Grose Valley while you are at the top.

Barrington Tops National Park (Careys Peak)

This is a World Heritage Site and known for the best that the Barrington Tops National Park has. This is one of the best ways to enjoy the Australian wilderness.

Linda Muldoon, Barrington Tops National Park, Honeysuckle Walk, CC BY-SA 4.0

Wolgan Valley (Donkey Mountain)

Reaching this summit will surely delight the adventurers out there! Expect to meet pagodas, canyons, caves, and rock orchids while you take your journey.

Burning Mountain

This is also known as Mount Wingen. 30 m beneath the mountain, there has been a fire for over 5500 years, and yes… now you see why it’s given the title ‘Burning Mountain’

Holidaying in Sydney

While you are enjoying all the beautiful harbour views from any Sydney Darling Harbour hotel the likes of Oaks Sydney Goldsbrough Suites, just decide to enjoy a hike or a stroll over these beautiful places.

Sailing Adventures

Sydney is the capital of the Australian state of New South Wales and is easily one of the most widely visited destinations within Australia. The city has gained popularity as the home of two of the world’s most iconic structures – the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. It is often referred to as the ‘Harbour City’ due to its importance as a port city and sailing is one of the most beloved of the city’s pastimes.

The Sydney Harbour, which is also known as Port Jackson, is a tourist favourite and few can resist the opportunity to sail around it. There are quite a few places that offer yacht rides. Sailing enthusiasts may enjoy taking a cruise on one of the country’s Americas Cup Yachts – either the Kookaburra or the Spirit. Those who wish to can take a more active role during the yacht ride and take on crew responsibilities while others can simply enjoy the cruise.

This metropolis also has other activities such as surfing, canoeing and kayaking. Fishing is another fun activity that can be done at the harbour although the fish there are not edible. There are a few beautiful spots along the harbour that are ideal for an early morning walk. The city has plenty of interesting tourist attractions including museums, galleries and monuments. ‘Must see’ sights include the Olympic Park, Luna Park, St Mary’s Cathedral and the Royal Botanic Gardens.

The city was the first European settlement in the country and it has come a long way from its humble beginnings. The local infrastructure such as public transport is top notch. The city has a dedicated monorail that services tourist spots making it an easy city to explore. Finding accommodation to suit one’s budget is also easy. There are plenty of places that cater to backpackers, while those looking for aluxury hotel in Sydney will not be disappointed either. The Langham Sydney is a 5 star hotel Sydney known for its elegantly decorated rooms and excellent service. Situated in a central location it is the ideal place to stay when visiting this Australian city and is well suited for business and leisure travellers alike.

Sydney Tower Skywalk

famous tourist attractions, the city is a leisure traveller’s paradise. When in search of accommodation, a 5 star hotel Sydney make for the best option. The Langham, Sydney is a preferred luxury hotel in Sydney providing easy access to various places of interest such as Sydney Tower. The tallest free standing structure in the city, Sydney Tower boasts the city’s highest open air attraction known as Skywalk. As you take in the spectacular vistas of landmarks and other sights from this deck, an experienced guide provides an insider’s commentary.

Thanuja Silva is a travel writer who writes under the pen name Auburn Silver. She has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.