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What to see in Sydney in Australia and how much tickets cost

Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous and easily recognizable buildings in the world, which is a symbol of Sydney. Next to it is the Royal Botanic Gardens, which you can walk along the footpath while admiring the beautiful. There are many places where you can eat, drink coffee or wine, enjoy the magnificent view. You can go on a performance or on a tour.

  • A ticket for an opera (performance of about 3 hours) costs about 0 USD
  • Tour to the theater (about 1 hour) from 0 USD

Official site of the Sydney Opera House www.sydneyoperahouse.com

You can visit the performance for tourists - Big opera hits at the Sydney Opera House 1.5 hours 0 USD Read more at musement.com

Sights of Sydney, Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House
Sights of Sydney, View of the Opera House from the ferry, sailing to Manly Beach
View of the Opera House from the ferry, sailing to Manly Beach

Zoo Taronga Zoo

A great scenic place to have a good rest and spend time. The zoo has a lot of animals, including a kangaroo with which you can take a picture. The most "cult" place of the zoo - aviary with giraffes Swim only 12 minutes Read more about Sydney transport

There are several types of tickets:

  • Adult 0 USD = 44.10 AUD
  • Children 0 USD = 26.10 AUD (up to 15 years old)
  • There are also various discounted family ticket options

Sydney Zoo's official website taronga.org.au

What to see in Sydney, Kangaroo at the Zoo
Kangaroo at the Zoo
Zoo in Sydney, Some animals can be stroked
Some animals can be stroked

Sydney Ferries

On the ferries it is very convenient to get to both Manly Beach, Torongo Zoo, and other attractions. You can explore the Sydney Opera House, the bridge and enjoy nature from the ferry. Ferry ticket price from 0 - 0 USD = 06.12 - 7.65 AUD

Sights of Sydney, Sydney Ferry Terminal
Sydney Ferry Terminal
Sights of Sydney, Sailing by ferry to the city
Sailing by ferry to the city
Sights of Sydney, Ferries of Sydney is a real attraction
Ferries of Sydney is a real attraction

Sydney TV Tower

Sydney Tower Eye Observation Deck. The tower is located in the center of Sydney. From the observation deck offers a wonderful view of the city. Ticket Price 0 USD = 23 AUD

What to see in Sydney, Sydney Center from the TV tower
Sydney Center from the TV tower
What to see in Sydney, View of the bay from the TV tower
View of the bay from the TV tower

Sydney Attractions Package Ticket

Package price 0 USD What you can visit with Blue Combo Pass:

  • Sydney Wildlife Zoo
  • Sydney Aquarium
  • Sydney TV Tower
  • Madame Tussauds in Sydney

You can buy at musement.com

Tourist Hop on hop off buses and ferries

  • Hop on hop off tourist bus Big Bus Tour, 2 routes, 30 stops for 1 day 0 USD = 53 AUD
  • 2-day tourist bus, free walking tour, free admission to Sydney TV Tower 0 USD = 71 AUD
  • Tourist Hop on hop off ferry! for 2 days 0 USD = 50 AUD
  • Hop on hop off bus to the Blue Mountains National Park 0 USD = 55 AUD for 1 day

All detailed information on the site Big Bus tour . When buying on-line discount. Also traditionally a 50% skid for children

Prices for excursions in Sydney

  • Sydney Bus Tour 0 - 0 USD
  • A full day walking tour of Sydney's attractions, including Stanly Beach and the Opera House 0 - 0 USD
  • Bus excursion including a walk through the Blue Mountains and a wildlife park near 0 USD = 100 AUD
  • A trip to the blue mountains with an excursion to the Caves of Jenolan 0 USD = 120 AUD
  • Private Sydney Car Tour! A friendly trip to the main attractions and secret corners of the city. Price 0 USD for the entire tour

Sites for booking excursions in Sydney

Read my review of useful websites to buy tickets for sightseeing tours and attractions

A few photos from our trip to the Blue Mountains

Excursions from Sydney, Blue Mountains National Park
Blue Mountains National Park
Excursions from Sydney, Blue haze is the evaporation of eucalyptus trees
Blue haze is the evaporation of eucalyptus trees
Blue Mountains National Park, Equipped walkways and viewing platforms
Equipped walkways and viewing platforms
Blue Mountains National Park, three sisters
three sisters
Excursions from Sydney, Convenient observation points in the Blue Mountains park
Convenient observation points in the Blue Mountains park

What to see in Sydney for free

Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney.

Convenient walking paths for a relaxing walk with contemplation of the surrounding flora and fauna. Bright flowers, sweeping centuries-old trees, songbirds. Great harbor view with opera house. Admission is free.

Sights of Sydney, Famous tree in Wentworth Park
Famous tree in Wentworth Park
Sights of Sydney, Wentworth Park
Wentworth Park
Sights of Sydney, St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney
St. Mary's Cathedral in Sydney

Manly Beach

Manly Beach One of the best beaches in Sydney. In the area where the beach is located there are many cafes, shops and bars. You can stroll through Harbor Park and along the long promenade along the ocean. There are trees in the sand, you can sit in the shade. The most convenient way to get to the beach is by ferry from Sydney Opera.

What to visit in Sydney, Manly Beach
Manly Beach
What to visit in Sydney, There are free places on the beach
There are free places on the beach

Sydney Harbor Bridge

Sydney Harbor Bridge is Sydney's largest bridge, one of the largest steel bridges in the world. You can walk along the bridge on the right side with a view of the opera house, the left one is given to cyclists, You can take a tour and climb the arch of the bridge, there is an attraction from 0 USD = 120. AUD Link to the excursion from GetYouGuide

Sights of Sydney, Sydney Harbor Bridge
Sydney Harbor Bridge

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    14.03.2020

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    Mohamed Afzar 2020-12-30
    Do you have anything job

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    Mohamed Afzar 2020-12-30
    Srilankan same price

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    Peterson D 2020-12-13
    Seems like most of the prices are off by a far bit. A lot of things on here are over priced. May have found expensive stores? I can’t see many of the thing I buy at my local store being anywhere near those prices.

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    Michael 2020-08-08
    Definitely not true. We have universal health care that covers everyone, regardless if you are employed or not. Employers do NOT pay health insurance for their employees as its paid for by the federal government.

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    Patrick Togara 2020-05-03
    Please provide prices of basics such as mealie meal, corn meal, rice those that equate to the Zimbabwean basics

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    CHARLES 2019-10-10
    With this break down think grocery are not too high in Australia compare to here in UAE, though Dubai don't cultivate anything apart from vegetable and date. But Indian grocery store all over UAE are another mean of cheaper groceries.

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