Sydney's natural beauty and amazing cityscape make it a must for travelers who enjoy an active time and an itinerary full of fun things to do. Just an hour outside of Sydney, Featherdale Wildlife Park is Australia's largest private collection of native animals. The Royal Botanic Gardens are an oasis of greenery with breathtaking views of Sydney Harbor and the city skyline. The gardens were the first area of cultivated land on the Australian continent and are home to the Sydney Tropical Centre with its distinctive Pyramid Glasshouse. Built in 1858, the Sydney Observatory operated until the 1980s and gained an international reputation for its work. For a truly exhilerating time, don your goggles and leather helmet and take a seat in the open cockpit on a Red Baron Scenic Flight. Oceanworld Manly has one of Australia's largest collections of marine life and some of the biggest sharks and giant rays in Sydney. Australians are an active bunch antd you'll be active too as you enjoy the many fun things to do in Sydney.
Observatory Hill, The Rocks
109 Drover Road
Sharks, dugongs and 650 other marine species in one aquatic theme park... read more
128 Ramsgate Avenue