Sydney New South Wales

The birthplace of the nation, Sydney is Australia’s international city, drawing thousands of visitors for its sparkling Harbour, iconic landmarks, the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, and its breezy, brilliant lifestyle. There are more than enough options for your entertainment and amusement, including a vibrant cultural life in the city’s suburbs and surrounding districts.


Sydney's CBD is home to all the action and some of the city's most famous landmarks. You can explore the city by foot starting at Circular Quay and take in the magical view of the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge or walk along the harbour side to the historical Rocks where you will find museums, restaurants, cafes and boutique shopping set amongst cobblestone streets. Further into the heart of the CBD, the hustle and bustle of business takes over and some of the best shopping Sydney has to offer can be indulged in. For further shopping adventures, catch a bus or taxi to fashionable Oxford Street or continue on to enjoy the numerous cafe's surrounding Australia most famous stretch of surf and sand, Bondi Beach. Visit Sydney »


Bankstown is an integral part of Sydney's multicultural mix. Home to the Bulldogs National Rugby League team, the area has a wealth of sporting facilities, including Sydney Olympic Park and the world class Dunc Gray Velodrome which hosts a variety of track cycling, gymnastics and basketball competitions throughout the year. Visit Bankstown »