Sydney’s laidback outdoor lifestyle and raw physical allure make it one of the world’s most desirable cities. The stunning harbour provides a dramatic backdrop for the city’s global icons – the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Not even the locals, known as Sydneysiders, get tired of spending time in and around the harbour – that’s what makes them such a friendly, energetic bunch with a positive approach to life.
In terms of activities, Sydney has an embarrassment of riches. Whether it’s a diverse cultural life or dynamic food scene, Sydney can indulge your every whim. Iconic beaches – Bondi and Manly to name just two – and five major national parks deliver unforgettable outdoor experiences all within a stone’s throw of the harbour.
Sydney is easy to access by car and public transport. Its orbital network comprises 10 motorways linked with expressways, freeways and other main roads to get you around the city and surrounding areas. A public transport network of buses, trains, and ferries will take you anywhere you want to go. If you get lost, ask a friendly local. Or just kick back with a famous flat white coffee and watch the world go by.