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Weather, the best time to travel:

Sydney is the most populous city in Australia and is also the state capital of New South Wales. It is a Harbor City considered as one of the most cosmopolitan cities of Australia. It is also a major global city and an important financial centre. The city is brimming with nature, culture, history, fashion etc which attract millions of people every year for business, tourism and more. Since the city is full of sandy surf beaches, national parks and many iconic monuments it offers something for everyone.

Sydney is a comfortable city that can be visited anytime in the year. It has a humid subtropical climate shifting from mild to cool in winters and warm to hot in summers. Summer that falls between December to February is considered the best time to enjoy outdoor activities. The average temperatures in summer will be around 30 C most days, which can go up to 40 C sometimes. Winters are significantly cooler and the lowest temperature falls to about 14 C. During winters outdoor water parks are closed resulting in fewer visitors.

Airport/nearby airport:

Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport is the main airport for international flights to Sydney. It is located in the suburbs of Mascot which 8 km south of the city centre. It is an international airport connected to more than 40 international destinations. It is one of the busiest airports of Australia handling nearly 40 million passengers annually. The airport has been among the 20 best airports in the world for quite some time.

There are different means of transportation available at the airport which makes getting to Sydney from Sydney Airport very quick and convenient. The most economical way to reach the main city is by train which cost 16 to 17 AUD. You can even catch a taxi or Uber which will be around 50 AUD to reach the city centre. The other modes of travel are local and shuttle buses. 


Sydney has a robust public transport system which makes movement in the city seamless.  You can buy an Opal Card which can be used across public transport and even includes visiting the major attractions. 

 Sydney has a vast suburban rail network that covers 880 km with 176 stations.  The train network covers most of the metropolitan area. You can check the train time table online. 

 The city has an extensive bus network and even covers distant suburbs. The Sydney bus website has a trip planner feature that will help you plan your trip better. 

 The ferries run up the Parramatta River via Balman and Olympic Park. It is the best mode to reach Luna Park, Darling Harbor and Zoo. 

 You can hire a taxi, a car with a driver or even a rental car if you have the required licenses in place. Cars are an expensive option and are difficult to navigate during peak hours. 

How to get to Sydney:

Sydney is one of the most visited cities in the world. Millions of people come here for work, business and for holidays.  There are more than 35 airlines that have direct flights from all the key destinations and continents. Some of the cities having multiple direct flights are Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, London, Paris, Los Angeles, San Francisco etc. It is a hub for airlines like Qantas Airway, Virgin Australia and Jetstar Airways. There are many direct flights from Singapore. Around 9 airlines offer non-stop flights covering 6300 km. The average time taken on non-stop flights will be 7 to 8 hrs. The average cost of the tickets starts at 200 to 300 SGD. The cost of the ticket rises if you book closer to your travel date.

Hotel info, prices for different hotel range

Sydney has a range of accommodation options that you can select based on your requirement. You can check out their details and book Sydneyhotels as per your budget. 

Luxury Hotels: Some of the best luxury 5 and 4-star high-end hotels in Sydney are  Pier One Sydney Harbor, InterContinental Sydney, Sir Stamford etc The luxury hotels are known for world-class amenities, excellent services and luxurious services. CBD and Circular Quay have the most high-end and luxurious hotels in the city. The cost for a night stay starts at 300 to 500 AUD.

Boutique and Mid-Range Hotels: There are many 3 and 2-star boutiques and mid-range Sydney hotels that offer fewer luxuries compared to high-end hotels. Some of the popular ones are QT Sydney, Simpsons of Potts Point and Medusa Hotel. The cost of the rooms in this category starts at 100 to 200 AUD.

Budget Hotels: There are also many budget hotels and hostels that are ideal for solo travellers, students and for tourist who only need a bed to sleep. Some of the most popular cheap hotels in Sydney are in Campbell Parade, North Sydney and Victoria street. The price approximately starts at 50 to 60 AUD.

Sydney Tourist Information:

Top tourist attractions in Sydney.

  1. Sydney Opera House: This is one of the most iconic attractions in Sydney which is a must-see when you are there. It was designed by then relatively unknown Danish architect Jorn Utzon. You can stroll on the harbour and see the exterior for free or go for a guided tour inside. If you are interested you can buy the ticket for one of the shows. 
  2. Sydney Harbor Bridge: No visit to Sydney is complete without seeing the famous Harbor Bridge. It is one of the most important Sydney attractions. You can get an amazing view of the bridge at Pylon Lookout which is at 87 meters and even has exhibits explaining the history of the bridge. Adventurous types can go for the bridge climb which takes you up the steel ribs of the bridge.
  3. Royal Botanic Garden: This garden is right in the middle of the city and stretches over 30 hectares. It is Australia’s oldest and most-visited garden which is filled with native and exotic plants and flowers. Some of the other things to do in Sydney are visiting the Taronga Zoo, Observatory Hill, Bondi Iceberg and Cockatoo Island.

Top food places in Sydney:

Sydney is a city with a diverse culture where multi-ethnic people exist. This is reflected in the food culture as well. Here you will get food of all culture and variety and they blend really well with local food.

  1. Budget Food: You can head to Chinatown for authentic and cheap Asian food.  You can head to Darling Harbor or King Street Newton for cheap local food.
  2. High-End: Sydney is home to some of the best restaurants in the world. Head to Eastern suburbs or The Rocks to experience some of the finest rated restaurants. 
  3. Nightlife: Sydney has a large number of places to drink and party. Few of them even have 24 hours license to operate. For cheaper drinks head to Oxford Street or Inner West. If you wish to splurge then head to one of the clubs in George Street or Pyrmont. is the best place to book flight and accommodation. They have tie-ups with all the major hotels and offer the best Sydney hotel deals. Make them your travel partner to experience seamless and hassle-free booking experience.

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