Flights to Sydney
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More Information about Sydney
Many visitors to Sydney go primarily to experience the famous beaches and picturesque Sydney Harbour. Exploring this iconic precinct will uncover the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Luna Park, the Sydney Aquarium and the Australian National Maritime Museum, just to name a few. Also on the harbour is the city's famed Taronga Park Zoo, a perfect place to not only see Australia's weird and wonderful local wildlife but also for the veiws of Sydney and it's glorious harbour.
Food lovers will appreciate the diverse array of cuisines on offer throughout Sydney. Soak up the tantalizing tastes and aromas of authentic Thai and Vietnamese eateries, or put on your Sunday best and visit one of the many world-class fine dining restaurants dotted around the city. For a meal with a view, book a table at Quay and take in the sights of the harbour while you dine.
Outside the city, the Blue Mountains are a must for anyone who is wanting to see Australia's diverse hinterland. An amazing natural beauty, the name derives from the fabulous array of colours (primarily blues) which form amongst the canopy of the trees at certain times of day. The popular area is located only two hours drive from the city and offers a great opportunity to experience the country's bushland just a short distance from Sydney. Our consultants can arrange car hire for you as well as accommodation at the Blue Mountains themselves if you wish to stay the night.
The average maximum temperature for Sydney ranges between 18 and 27 degrees. The hottest month is January with an average temperature of 23 degrees and the coldest month is July with an average temperature of 13 degrees.
The average annual rainfall for Sydney, Australia, is 1309mm of precipitation.
The wettest month with the highest rainfall is March, with 155mm of precipitation. The driest month with the lowest rainfall is September, with 60mm of precipitation.
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