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Sydney

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January 20, 2018

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The City of Sydney local area covers approximately 26.15 square kilometres, within the Sydney metropolitan region. Over the past decade the City has become the largest and fastest growing local government area in all of NSW.

As Australia’s leading global city and the gateway to Asia, Sydney is the destination of choice for international corporations, business leaders, tourists and students.

Sydney has 6 sister cities around the world that share significant historical, cultural, social or geographic similarities with Sydney.

Sydney is one of the world’s most green, global and connected cities.

As Australia’s leading global city and the gateway to Asia, Sydney is the destination of choice for international corporations, business leaders, tourists and students.

Sydney provides headquarters for almost 40% of the top 500 Australian corporations. Digital, financial, educational and creative businesses are all thriving in Sydney – supported by our robust economic strategy.

Through the City of Sydney’s Sustainable Sydney 2030 program, Sydney is recognised internationally for its outstanding environmental performance and major cultural events, and as a future focused and innovative business centre.

Sydney is also host to one of the largest Chinese New Year Festivals in the world.

 

Departure & Return Location

Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) Lagos

Departure Time

2 hours before take-off time

Price Includes

  • Air fares
  • 3 Nights Hotel Accomodation
  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location

Price Excludes

  • Guide Service Fee
  • Driver Service Fee
  • Any Private Expenses
  • Room Service Fees

Complementaries

  • Umbrella
  • Sunscreen
  • T-Shirt
  • Entrance Fees
  • Breakfast
The Embark AustraliaTM Experience

World-class events:Sydney is home to globally-renowned events attracting visitors from around the world, including Sydney New Year’s Eve, Vivid Sydney and the largest Chinese New Year festival outside Asia.
International sports spectaculars also take place in Sydney, including the AFC Asian Football Cup.

Diverse programs for all ages:  Run by key creative institutions such as Sydney Opera House, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Art Gallery of New South Wales, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney Theatre Company,
Sydney Dance Company, Conservatorium of Music and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. Expect an exhilarating experience while seeing the beauty that Australia has  to offer.

Fashion and Shopping:  World famous designer and high street fashion retailers such as Gucci, Prada, Jimmy Choo, Chanel, Burberry, Zara and Uniqlo provide an unsurpassed shopping experience in Sydney. The transformation of George Street in the heart of Sydney will create opportunities for more prime and international retailing. Sydney is a world-class, multicultural food and beverage destination offering everything from the five-star dining experience featuring highly-acclaimed chefs, to pubs and small bars in historic, stylish and quirky locations. The city also hosts some of the best shopping streets in its villages, showcasing up-and-coming designers in King Street in Newtown, Oxford Street in Paddington and Crown Street in Surry Hills

  • Sydney Opera House
Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive in Sydney, Australia

Kick off your first day in Sydney with a self guided walking tour starting at Circular Quay. Here you can inspect the iconic Harbor bridge up close, and stroll through the historic Rocks District towards the Opera House. Then walk through Sydney Royal Botanic Gardens, enter Sydney’s city centre, and finish your day in Darling Harbor.
There are a number of museums along your way, including Museum of Contemporary Art, the Sydney Museum, and once you reach Darling Harbor, the Powerhouse Museum and Australian National Maritime Museum. The harbor is also home to Sydney’s IMAX Theatre, Sydney Aquarium, Wildlife Sydney Zoo and Madam Tussads.

Day 2Cruise the Harbor

Taking a cruise on Sydney Harbor should be an essential part of any Australian itinerary – Sydney is, after all, a harbor city.
Numerous cruises are available and travelers can choose between sightseeing cruises, a dinner cruise, a dance cruise, or choose from the multitude of ferries which operate out of Circular Quay to a number of destinations within greater Sydney.
Cross the harbor to Manly or head to Watsons Bay for phenomenal seafood. A ferry to Manly is a great way to spend your day – home to Shelly Beach which is one of Sydneys best spots for snorkeling.

Day 3View Sydney

Spend your day taking in breathtaking views of the city. Head to the summit of ‘Sydney Tower Eye’ which offers views across the city to the Pacific Ocean, as well as the Blue Mountains in the west. For those feeling daring, the Sydney Skywalk experience is a moving, glass-floored viewing platform which sits at the top of the Tower.Book in to climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge – not only is the climb incredibly adventurous and will keep your adrenaline pumping, but you’re greeted with spectacular views over Sydney once at the top.
The bridge climb is relatively expensive – for those traveling on a budget, crossing the bridge on foot is free and offers just as spectacular views and photo opportunities.

Day 4Australian Wildlife

Australia is known for having unusual wildlife, and Australian animals are unlike any found elsewhere in the world! From kangaroos and koalas, to platypi (platypus), Tasmanian devils and wombats – Australia has a huge range of wonderful wildlife and exotic species which provoke a sense of wonder and awe throughout the rest of the world. Make sure you get to see them up close!
Taronga Zoo is just a short ferry ride across the harbour from Circular Quay. Australia’s most famous zoo, visitors may marvel at thousands of exotic and native Australian animals. An adult ZooPass (includes the fare of the ferry from Circular Quay) is $45 – and those who don’t want to leave can sleep over!

Day 5Go to the beach

Spend your last day relaxing on Sydney’s most iconic beaches. Particularly in the warmer months, from November – March, Sydney’s beaches are the place to be. Opportunities to partake in water sports are ample – go swimming, surfing, water skiing or simply laze in the sun and tan.
Bondi Beach is Sydney’s most famous – glittering sapphire water, fabulous waves, golden sand; Bondi epitomizes sun, sand and surf. After a 2 hour surf lesson why not take in the spectacular views of Bondi’s sandstone cliffs and coves and complete the Bondi-Bronte walk. This walk is a 1 hour, 2.5km stroll.

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