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Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney Olympic Park

Sports Stadiums Clubs in Sydney (350.4 km from South Coast NSW)

16 kilometres west of the city is this massive sporting complex, which was constructed for the 2000 games. Since the completion of the games, the area has remained in continuous use, and hosts more than 5,000 events per year, including the Sydney International Tennis Tournament and the Big Day Out Music Festival.

Sydney Park

Sydney Park

Popular Attractions in Sydney (350.6 km from South Coast NSW)

Known for the historic brick kilns that tower over its northwest corner, Sydney Park is a tranquil 40 hectare space, full of landscaped gardens, hills and wetlands. Located on the southern edge of the city, it’s a great place for the family to escape, offering a state-of-the-art playground for the kids, as well as plenty of bird watching and...

Sydney Cricket Ground

Sydney Cricket Ground

Sports Stadiums Clubs in Sydney (354.6 km from South Coast NSW)

This 48,000-seater stadium in Moore Park is Sydney’s premier cricket ground. An historic site dating back to the mid-19th century, it’s home to the city and state’s domestic teams, and hosts concerts, as well as international fixtures, from time to time. A visit to the SCG is a must during the height of summer.

Chinatown

Chinatown

Popular Attractions in Haymarket (354.8 km from South Coast NSW)

Australia’s biggest Chinatown, this stretch in the southern CBD is a colourful, aromatic melting pot, featuring numerous authentic Chinese restaurants and unique shops and stalls. Night markets are held every Friday evening, allowing visitors to soak up the culture of the area, and the Chinese Garden of Friendship – a garden based on those of the...

Chinese Garden of Friendship

Chinese Garden of Friendship

Popular Attractions in Haymarket (354.8 km from South Coast NSW)

Modelled on the gardens of the Ming Dynasty, this tranquil space in Darling Harbour is a great place to experience authentic Chinese culture. Opened in 1988 as part of the city’s bicentennial celebrations, the gardens symbolise the bond between Australia and China. The garden features a waterfall, a Dragon Wall and a traditional Chinese Tea House,...

Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour

Popular Attractions in Sydney (355.2 km from South Coast NSW)

This picturesque harbour that sits on the western end of Sydney’s CBD has, over the years, emerged as a recreational hub for locals and visitors alike. An infectious energy infuses the area, which is home to infinite restaurants, coffee shops and outdoor spaces. With attractions like Madame Tussaud’s and the Sydney Aquarium on its tenant list,...

Madame Tussauds Sydney

Madame Tussauds Sydney

Popular Attractions in Sydney (355.4 km from South Coast NSW)

The younger sibling of the famous London institutions, Sydney’s very own Madam Tussauds wax museum features likenesses of over 75 of the world’s most well known stars, including plenty of local celebrities. Madame Tussauds opened its doors in Darling Harbour in early 2012, and has since established itself as one of the city’s top attractions.

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

Popular Attractions in Sydney (355.5 km from South Coast NSW)

This popular spot in Darling Harbour is home to over 650 species of marine life found in Australia’s seas. The aquarium, opened in 1988, boasts a series of transparent tunnels, allowing visitors to move among sharks and other underwater life, as well as underwater snorkeling tours, which are designed to replicate the marine environment found in...

Australian Museum

Australian Museum

Galleries and Museums in Darlinghurst (355.6 km from South Coast NSW)

Australia’s oldest museum, founded in 1827, is world-renowned, particularly in the fields of natural history and anthropology. With a collection of over 18 million cultural and scientific objects, the museum is at the forefront of the country’s scientific research and collection fields, and hosts regular temporary exhibitions throughout the year.

State Theatre

State Theatre

Galleries and Museums in Sydney (355.6 km from South Coast NSW)

Incorporating elements of Gothic, Art Deco and Italian design, this ornate 2,000-seater theatre in Market Street hosts a number of film screenings and live concerts throughout the year. One of Sydney’s cultural landmarks, the State Theatre is also the home of the annual Sydney Film Festival.

Sydney Tower Eye

Sydney Tower Eye

Popular Attractions in Sydney (355.8 km from South Coast NSW)

The Sydney Tower Eye, known for its iconic golden turret, is the city’s tallest structure, and plays host to the second highest observation deck in the southern hemisphere. Featuring a revolving restaurant, a 4D cinema and an open-air SkyWalk that encircles the observation deck 268m above the ground, it’s a much sought-after attraction for...

Cockatoo Island

Cockatoo Island

Popular Attractions in Sydney (356 km from South Coast NSW)

This 44-acre UNESCO World Heritage Site in the heart of Sydney Harbour originally operated as a penal establishment, and was once the site of Australia’s biggest ship yards. Today it’s a place to explore Australia’s history, as well as to eat, drink and revel at one of the many festivals hosted on the island throughout the year.

Australia Square

Australia Square

Popular Attractions in Sydney (356.3 km from South Coast NSW)

An office and retail complex bordered by one of the city’s most iconic skyscrapers, Australia Square has long been heralded for its architecture. The 50-story, cylindrically designed tower houses shops and restaurants at its base, as well as an awe-inspiring bar – the Orbit Bar – on the 47th floor, which boasts incredible panoramic views of the...

Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens

Popular Attractions in Woolloomooloo (356.3 km from South Coast NSW)

Established in 1916, the Royal Botanic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in the country, and is home to a wide collection of plants, primarily from Australia and the South Pacific. Situated in the heart of the city, it boasts sweeping views of the harbour, as well as ample green spaces and sports fields. Entrance is free and the gardens are open...

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery of New South Wales

Galleries and Museums in Woolloomooloo (356.4 km from South Coast NSW)

Regarded as the most important art gallery in Sydney, the Art Gallery of New South Wales attracts over 1 million visitors per year, thanks to its impressive collection of international and Australian art. Works are displayed against a backdrop of the city and the harbour, and entrance to permanent galleries, as well as many exhibitions and events,...