Departure23 November 2021 I'm flexible
Nights1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
BoardAll-inclusive Full-board Half-board Breakfast Self catering Room only
Holiday providerBlueSea Holidays British Airways
With its distinctive Opera House welcoming passengers as they make their descent over the Harbour Bridge and past Darling harbour into one of Australia's largest cities, be sure not to blink as you won't want to miss the incredible sight that is Sydney - day or night.
National parks circle the city and venture deep into its centre, with them they bring a diverse collection of native creepy-crawly's and stunning wildlife from oversized spiders to possums, flying foxes and cockatoos. At times this predominantly concrete jungle can feel like the real thing.
When night falls and you've had your fill of soaking up the sunshine on the beach at Bondai, Manley or others, there's a wealth of activities on offer from the vast selection of bars, clubs, brasseries and bistros to the latest pop-up or fine dining restaurant or the coolest little joint to listen to trendy new bands or watch the latest action in this sport mad nation.
To go upmarket, check out the harbour with its glitzy, high end entertainment, but you can be just as welcome in a pair of jeans and a t-shirt in many other parts of the city that offer just as much on a more casual level.
Everything is bigger, better and more brash in Sydney, thats why the top foodies, models, actors and architects flock here to make their mark. Its in your face and city where anything goes and everything does.
From January, temperatures average in the mid-twenties, and as the cooler winter sets in these drop into the mid-teens though record highs have been know to far exceed 35°C or even 40°C.
Following the Declaration of Independence, Britain needed a new penal colony and started sending its convicts to Australia. How things have changed. Swap drizzly England for sunny Sydney and book your next trip now.
Sydney Blog posts
From the UK's most popular travel bloggers
12th February 2021 by AndyCheapest places to holiday in December
December kicks off the global festive season, so it’s the perfect time to pack up and go on an adventure. You get the best of weather extremes, with Christmas markets shimmering beneath first snow falls on one side of the world and the hot, summer sun hitting the beach on the other. Prices do rise for flights and accommodation, however, the team at Travelscoop is always on the lookout for fantastic deals, so your Christmas holidays won’t break the bank.Let’s take a look at some of our...
9th December 2019 by PommieTravelsHere’s how to spend a weekend in Sydney
Are you planning for a weekend getaway and can’t pin down an ideal location? You ought to try Sydney! The city gets complimented by magnificent landmarks such as the Sydney opera house as well as the Sydney harbor bridge. Get a chance to visit the endless spectacular coastline, nature parks, and enjoy a sophisticated meal. However, with a wide variety of options, it can be quite daunting. Don’t fret! Below is a quick guide on how to spend a weekend in Sydney....
20th September 2019 by PommieTravels10 ways to explore Sydney in the lap of luxury
Sydney is a beautiful city in Australia. Australia, in itself, is a continent which is full of surprises. More so, when you visit Sydney, you can explore various facets of it, which will help you find something which always interests you. Before you plan your trip to Sydney; however, it is better to sort out your visa formalities. Do you need an Australian ETA visa requirements for us citizens? You can hire a reputed agency like Australiaonlinevisa.org. It will save your effort of going to the...
12th September 2019 by PommieTravelsHow to explore Sydney while on a budget
Looking to get the max out of your time in Sydney? We’ve come up with a complete traveling guide to show you how to explore Sydney while on a budget! Ask someone what they know about Australia, and they will probably mention something about kangaroos, koalas, or giant spiders. However, there is more to Australia than the silly stereotypes it’s known for. If you are planning a trip to the land down under, there’s a good chance you’ll spend time in Sydney. It’s an expensive city, but...
9th February 2021 by Inside the Travel LabUnusual things to do in Sydney right in the heart of the city
Each time I visit Sydney, I feel a little thrill. Dressed in my favourite colours, white and a shimmering sea-blue green, she overflows with things to do. Many are lifetime highlights, like seeing the Sydney Opera House, climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge and even kayaking across Sydney Harbour itself (and learning to surf on Bondi.) ...
26th January 2021 by PaulThe Big Aussie Three - Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane
When we close our eyes, flip our globes and let the index finger land on the Land Down Under, we usually ask ourselves –where to exactly? Should we snap a couple of pics in front of the Sydney Opera House; experience a Melbournian nightlife; or should we take a sneak peek at Aussie wildlife in Brisbane Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary? Then we have a question for you: why not travel to all three metropolises? Yes, it can be quite challenging coming up with a plausible itinerary, but with every city...
2nd March 2021 by AndyWhich of the worlds cities are the safest to travel to?
Is it on the top of your list to enjoy one of the world’s safest cities for your next holiday? In terms of digital security, health services, general infrastructure and low crime rates, the following cities come out on top. As an extra bonus, they’re also packed full of exciting sights, adventures and cultural activities for tourists.Tokyo, JapanAlthough it’s the world’s most populated metropolis, Tokyo is one of the safest cities in terms of low crime rates and superior...
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