The white, distinctive roof of the Sydney Opera House is unmissable from even across the harbour. It opened in 1973 and has 1.2 million people visit it each year. Inside, 1,500 shows are put on annually and it caters for every taste, it’s not just operas!
You can even enjoy a cruise around the harbour from the Opera House entrance. Finish with dinner inside and show, and it’ll make for an unforgettable experience.
If you visit around May/June, you’re in for an extra treat. The festival ‘Vivid Sydney’ takes place in the city where the Opera House and other buildings in the harbour come alive with light installations.
If you're flying down under and half way around the world to Oz, then Sydney Opera House must be done in style. This intimate tour grants you exclusive access to areas normally reserved for the stars and their crew. Limited to 12 people per tour, you'll visit the backstage areas and journey to discover the places and spaces that bring performances to life on stage.Book Now
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This will not only give you behind the scenes at the Sydney Opera House, one of the world's busiest performing arts centres, but also allow you to take a peek behind the stage and discover the intimate surroundings of our performers and learn insider secrets and real-life stories about the stars.Book Now
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Whilst originally estimated at just $7 million, the total sum was in excess of $100 million – so just a bit over budget! This still stands as the biggest record in history.
Another attraction is the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, nicknamed "The Coathanger". A truly stunning, hertiage-listed bridge which you won’t be able to miss!
Between April and May, the weather will have gotten much warmer but the prices won’t have become expensive yet.
Australia is a destination that has it all. There's heavenly beaches, impressive cities, rainforests and of course it’s famously home to the 'outback' and the Great Barrier Reef.
The only living organism that can be seen from outer space, the Great Barrier Reef is a real-life paradise.