Sydney Review

Sydney Review

Indigenous Australians lived in Sydney for tens of millennia. Sydney started out as a colony established by Captain Arthur Philip. Sydney was established on January 26 1788 which is also known as “Australia Day.” Albion was the initial name of the place, but philip decided to go with sydney to pay tribute to Thomas Townshend, Lord Sydney.    

Sydney is well-known for their artistic diversity for different categories of art mainly for the theater.                      Overview:

Weather Conditions:

The way we perceive things is not actually the way they are. Greenland is actually covered in ice while Iceland has a greeny vista. You may say you hate the sun now, but one day you will realize it ain’t so bad, you may also feel annoyed everytime you hear pouring rain, a time will come that you will eventually learn to embrace the ambiance of rainfall. The point is, the default way you think might go against the way things are in reality but with an open mind you might grow to like it.

Sydney experiences all four seasons, Summer is from December to February, Autumn is from March to May, Winter occurs from June to August and finally Spring is September to November. The city has a humid subtropical climate, during summer, their average temperature is 16°C (60.8°F) minimum and 26°C (78.8°F). The warmest months of Sydney is January and February and their coldest month is July. In the midst of winter the minimum temperature is 6°C (42.8°F) and 14°C (57.2°F) maximum. According to Tripadvisor the best season to visit Sydney is Summer and Spring

Activities & Outdoor Adventures:

One of the most well-known and visited place in Sydney is the Sydney Harbour or Port Jackson. According to online reviews, the harbour is “breathtaking, sensational and described as the best natural harbour.” Being the location of the first European settlement in Australia, Port Jackson is an essential part of Australia’s history.

Sydneysiders and visitors can engage in the one-of-a-kind activity, bridge climb or visit the opera house and watch a show. Many more engaging activities await everyone who visits.


ActivitiesOperation Hours
Morning Sydney City Tour with Opera House
Morning Sydney City Tour with Bondi beach
Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
Sydney Bridge Climb
Royal Botanic Gardens
Sydney Sky Tower/ SkyWalk
Taronga Zoo
Mission Room Escape Sydney
8AM to 2PM
8AM to 11:45AM
9:30AM to 7PM
(No specific time)
9AM to 5:30PM
9AM to 9:30PM
9:30AM to 5PM
10AM - 10PM

For more activities and information about their activities click here to visit Sydney’s website.

Tourist Attractions:

Sydney Opera House

Rather than the Harbour itself Sydney is recognized throughout the globe because of their Opera House. Remember the disney movie, Finding Nemo? Marlin and Dory made their way to Sydney to find Nemo.

The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue that includes the Joan Sutherland Theatre, concert hall, drama theatre, playhouse and more. The construction for the Opera House started on March 1st, 1959 and was completed on 1973, the architect behind the unique building design is Jørn Utzon. The grand opening took place on October 23rd, 1973.


Sydney Harbour Bridge

Stretching for almost 3,770 ft, the harbour bridge is a legacy of Australia’s architectural design. The dramatic view of the Opera House enchants everyone upon gazing, especially at night.

The fortification of the steel through arch bridge started on July 28th, 1923 and ended on January 19th, 1932 to mark its inauguration. One thing to look forward too rather than the view is the climb. Climb over 134m above sea level and enjoy the panoramic view of the entire city.


Sydney Festival

Known for it’s rich culture in Art every year during the month of January thousands of people gather in Greater Sydney to choose from a variety of art shows like classical music, dance, drama, visual arts and more. The festival features over 900 local and international artist performances and masterpieces. The festival was inaugurated in 1977 and now aims to promote the best pieces of art the people have to offer to the people. For more information about the festival, visit their official website here.


Quay Restaurant

Ranked as the number 60th on “The World’s Best Restaurant list,” Quay was established in 1988 with the initial name of Bilson’s. Quay offers the best of Australia’s authentic cuisine cooked to perfection.

The restaurant offers servings cooked by Executive chef Peter Gilmore and his team, for all the meals of the day accompanied by high-quality wine.Their menu is very extensive and they take pride for their fresh ingredients and believe in the excellence of produce, technique, texture, flavour and composition.


For more information about Quay visit their website by clicking here.

Twenty 8 Acres Restaurant

Although it may be young, it has garnered quite the reputations in its short existence. Established in 2013 by Brendan Nolan and Adam Davis, it has the attributes of a calming cafe and rejuvenating restaurant atmosphere. Their menu is pretty standard with meals for breakfast and lunch. Their signature dishes includes B.L.E.A.T (Bacon, lettuce, egg, avocado, tomato),  House cured salmon, crushed potato salad, pickled cucumber, beets soft boiled egg, grass fed scotch fillet, proper chips , garlic butter & salad and more mouth watering meals.


For more information about the restaurant click here

Tourist/ Traveler information

  • City Website URL:
  • Contact number:  (02) 9240 8788

They have social media pages on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more, so feel free to visit their pages once in awhile and get an idea of what Sydney has to offer.

Sydney in a Nutshell

Sydney is truly one of the most unique destination in the world. Many people have been dreaming of reaching the grounds of the artistic city to have a taste of the Sydney Experience. There are thousands of positive reviews about the most populated city in Australia. Did you find this Sydney Review informative and interesting? Don’t forget to leave your comments below.


Comments 3

  1. Sydney is one of the best destinations I’ve visited. Even though I only stayed THERE for 5 days, the experience was still amazing especially the bridge climb.

  2. I have been in Sydney for I think 3 times by now, each time, I stayed there for one week. I never got tired of looking at the sea while standing on the bridge. I really want to go back and experience that once more.


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