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A Luxury Travel Guide to Sydney

When:Feb 20, 2017.
Sydney, a city which consistently, yet so effortlessly, attracts all types of travellers, from globetrotters to first-timers. With one of the most recognisable skylines in the entire world, iconic buildings, thriving music scene, some of the finest restaurants and the most famous white sand beaches, it is a must on everyone’s bucket list. If you are one of the lucky ones who can afford themselves (literally) to indulge themselves in absolutely everything this place has to offer, then let us provide you with the most luxurious itinerary of Sydney.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Private Harbour Tour

Certainly, a 26-kilometre circle walk from the Harbour Bridge to Hunters Hill could be one of the most memorable experiences in your life; until you shift your focus and decide to see it all from the water perspective. Do you want to go all in? Then take a private cruise. Starting from the Circular Quay, sailing right pass the iconic Sydney Opera House, you can choose whether you wish to direct the boat to the ocean and pay a visit to Fort Denison Restaurant for a plate of mouth-watering grilled Pacific oysters, or more towards the heart of the city. The latter one will take you right beneath the Harbour Bridge, pass the Lavender Bay and to the Goat Island, where you can take a guided tour and explore this place’s well-preserved historical buildings.

Sydney Harbour

The Rocks

Being one of Sydney’s oldest neighbourhoods, it provides a multitude of activities. From a one-of-a-kind picnic experience under the Harbour Bridge to an alfresco dinner under the stars, this place truly has a little bit of everything for everyone. Don’t allow yourself to pass right by the Museum of Contemporary Art without paying a visit. Aside from some of the most celebrated European painters and sculptors, it exhibits some of the most famous Aboriginal artwork, as well.

The Beaches

When in Rome… Whether you are looking to dip your fingers in the world’s largest ocean and spend the day enjoying the sun from the surrounding bar, or you crave for a little action and wish to challenge local surfers, Sydney has a beach for everyone’s specific taste. Balmora is ideal for families and those who are looking to enjoy some quiet time; although it doesn’t offer much when it comes to wining and dining, right next to the Sydney Luxury Charters, Public Dining Room with its ceiling-high windows and elevated seasonal food will please those who search for a more sophisticated meal. On the other hand, Tamarama, overlooking the open waters and known for its high waves, is a place for only highly experienced surfers.

Sydney Beach


This should have probably been the first item on the list, as in order to have enough energy to enjoy everything this city has to offer, you should settle for nothing less than a first class luxury accommodation in Sydney. It’s not so difficult find the ideal one, if you know what you want: if you wish to wake up to an ocean-view, then check in at Bronte Sands; for an unforgettable view of the harbour, look no further than The Sienna; and to have the entire city on the palm of your hand, opt for Sky Loft.

Luxury Breakfast Hall

High-end Shopping

Have you arrived Down Under with a half-empty suitcase just to have enough space for a few clothing items? Then under no circumstances should you miss out on the authentic shopping experience Queen Victoria Building has to offer. This Romanesque-style sandstone building boasts more than 200 shops which line with its light-filled galleries.

And what a way to end the trip – treating yourself with a several extravagant, designer pieces that cannot be found in the nearby Target.



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