You couldn’t go down under without a visit to Australia’s most iconic city.
Whether it’s the playful roofs of the Opera House, the muscular curving steel of the Harbour Bridge or the turquoise waters of Bondi Beach, Sydney is a city where photo opportunities abound.
But with art, history and culture around every corner, the city’s annual 16-million visitors find so much more during their time here.
With panoramic views of the city including, Coogee Beach, Bondi Beach, Manly Cove, Sydney’s spectacular harbour, the Sydney Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House, this really is the best way to see the city. Climb aboard for a 20-minute helicopter flight over Sydney Harbour for an experience you'll remember for a lifetime.Book Now
GetYourGuide are a staple of quality tours across the world and with several of our
own team experience this very tour, we can personally vouch for it.
Although there’s something great about getting lost in a city at ground level, you’ve never experienced it until you’ve seen it from the air. Have breakfast at a café in The Rocks, then try and spot your table from the air in the afternoon.Book Now
These twenty-minute flights book up quickly, so make sure you secure your booking in advance.Book Now
For peak weather that's warm but barable the best times to visit are between Sept-Nov and Mar-May.
If you're from the U.K you can get an ETA Electronic Travel Authorization before flying just by applying online.
We recommend going to Sydney for 5 days or more but Australia as a whole should be visit for 10 days minimum given the long haul flight for most people.
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