Sydney Harbour Bridgeclimb, Sydney, NSW
Sydney Harbour is regarded as one of the most beautiful natural harbours in the world. With more than 240 kilometres of shoreline and meandering waterways, there’s plenty to explore and discover. Sydney Harbour is one big aquatic playground for Sydneysiders, and on a warm sunny day, the harbour is a vibrant blue and dotted with hundreds of sailing boats, cruise boats and ferries. Around Sydney Harbour’s fringe you’ll also find national parks, World Heritage sites, rich Aboriginal heritage and early colonial history. On the water, above the water or below it, there’s a million ways to enjoy Sydney Harbour.
The vibrant hub of Sydney Harbour is Circular Quay, a ferry terminal located on the edge of the Sydney city centre. Ferries leave throughout the day to different parts of the harbour, connecting the city with Sydney’s waterside suburbs. Circular Quay is also the major transport hub for water taxis, harbour cruises, buses, trains and taxis. Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art and historic Customs House are also located at Circular Quay on the way to the historic Rocks. Meander around to the Sydney Opera House and the Royal Botanic Gardens past vibrant restaurants and souvenir shops. You’ll find many perfect vantage points to photograph the Sydney Harbour Bridge. You’ll find some of Sydney’s finest restaurants here, Aria, Quay and Café Sydney.