Search Blog by Tags

© 2017 Walk This Land. Proudly created with Wix.com

  • White Facebook Icon
  • White Pinterest Icon
Sign up for regular updates

WALK THIS LAND

SYDNEY TRAVEL GUIDE

THE BEST TIMES TO VISIT SYDNEY

November to March is the most common time for travellers to visit Sydney and soak up the sun but all year round Sydney is superb.

Bring in the New Year first with Sydney’s famous firework display over the Harbour Bridge. 

Immerse yourself in art or enjoy a free outdoor concert in January as part of Sydney Festival’s 3 weeks of events.

Watch a premiere or classic beneath the stars at one of the many outdoor cinemas from January to March.

Check out Vivid, the spectacular show that lights up the Opera House and other landmarks from end of May to June.

Jump on a whale watching boat or spot whales from one of the many coastal walks from May to November

Walk between art installations from Bondi to Tamarama during Sculptures by the Sea from Mid October to beginning November

Top 10 things to do in sydney
1/1
AROUND SYDNEY AND NEW SOUTH WALES

Related Posts

August 8, 2017

Don't settle for the same old holiday destinations, the world is big and beautiful and most of us have barely seen the tip of the iceberg. We don't get enough holiday so we should make the most of it with an unforgettable trip where the memories stay for life and keep us going until the next adventure!

Here are 10 ideas to give you some inspiration for your next unforgettable experience:

Safari in Tanzania

Tanzania is so diverse...

July 12, 2017

With beaches, bays, rock pools and the harbour Sydney is a water lovers wet-dream! I’ve learnt the hard way that you should always have your bikini at the ready

April 21, 2017

There’s nothing better than getting on the road and escaping the hustle and bustle of Sydney for a weekend away with friends. It’s incredible how much longer your weekend feels when you get away.

April 12, 2017

Get your walking shoes on and take in the city’s iconic landmarks by foot. Start from observatory hill you et 360 degree view around Sydney

April 12, 2017

If Western Australia was it’s own country it would be the tenth largest in the world so it’s no surprise that travellers struggle to figure out what to do here especially if time is a constraint. With such vast distances and so many wild and wonderful things to do it can seem daunting to plan a trip here but here’s my top 10 favourite spots.

Please reload

"Not all those who wander are lost"
J R R Tolkein

Advertisement