Things to Do

Discover Sydney Olympic Park

Discover something new to see and do in Sydney Olympic Park. Enjoy a swim at the Aquatic Centre, a bike ride along 35km of safe cycling pathways, perhaps a stroll through 430 hectares of parklands is more your thing, why not a game of archery at the Archery Centre. There is so much to do within Sydney Olympic Park.

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Discover Sydney

Sydney is one of the world's most attractive and exciting cities undeniably due to as it's breath-taking harbour. Sydney is an experience waiting to happen - with its rich mix of colonial and indigenous history, multicultural cuisines and festivals, museums, exhibitions and theatres.

Stroll along Darling Harbour, The Rocks and Circular Quay enjoying the sights of the world-famous Opera House or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Enjoy the mild sub-tropical climate and miles of golden beaches.

It's easy to see why people come to Sydney and stay a while!

Local tips:

  • Walk the famous coastal Bondi to Coogee Walk
  • Catch a quick 15-minute ferry to beautiful Watsons Bay
  • Explore the city by foot, be sure to wear a pair of trusty walking shoes
  • Head to Surry Hills, Darlinghurst and Paddington for a shopping trip
  • Explore the amazing markets from Paddington Markets to the Fish Market, Bondi Farmers Market or head out to Glebe Market
  • Be sure to head to the Sydney Opera House at sunset to view the illuminated projection called Badu Gili.

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Discover NSW

From lush national parks to rolling vineyards and golden beaches, there's always a new adventure in NSW.

Edged with over 1,000km of Pacific coastline, New South Wales is one of Australia's most geographically diverse States, boasting vast outback plains to alpine high country and glorious pockets of rainforest, not to mention one of the world's most striking cities, Sydney.

Beyond the urban cool of Sydney discover once-in-a-lifetime adventures, from whale watching to wine tasting, sand surfing to rock climbing and more.

Following are a few sample ideas to discover in NSW:

Blue Mountains

The small, picturesque towns of the region are surrounded by the sandstone cliffs and deep valleys thick with rainforest that are part of the vast Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, just 90 minutes' drive from Sydney. For more information about what to see and do in this region, go to

Central Coast

An hour's drive north of Sydney, this region is known for its lakes, rivers, beaches and lush countryside­­­ where you can go bushwalking, surfing, fishing and sailing, and whale-watching. For more information about what to see and do in this region, go to


From wine tasting in Australia's oldest wine region to bushwalking in World Heritage wilderness, the Hunter is an appealing escape like no other. Producing exceptional wines, the region also thrives with acclaimed restaurants, festivals, beautiful heritage and ancient rainforest in the Hunter Valley, Upper Hunter and Barrington Tops. For what to see and do in the region, go to

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