Ah, beautiful Sydney, Australia. Being one of the most frequently visited cities in Australia there is plenty to do. People tend to first think of the Opera House when they think about Sydney, but there are many more activities than listening to opera.
Climb Up Sydney Harbour Bridge
Climbing the bridge is a very popular tour choice and is sure to give you an adrenaline rush. With 1332 stairs it’s definitely not an easy climb. At the top of the bridge is one of the best views of Sydney‘s Opera House and the cities skyline.
Enjoy Tandem Skydiving Along North Wollongong Beach
Wollongong is a small seaside suburb of Sydney. A plane will fly you there, on the way there are many enjoyable views of beaches and of Royal National Park. People also tend to see migrating ocean mammals from the air while skydiving.
Take A Scenic Helicopter Flight Over the City
Although pricey, you are bound to get some beautiful views of the city, opera house, and the Sydney Harbour bridge. Some flights also take you over million dollar mansions and over the water.
Experience Racing A V8 Race Car
At Eastern Creek International Raceway you can experience driving four laps (pay more for up to nine laps) by yourself as fast as you like. This tour although, is quite pricey but worth the experience. It is safe because you will have a personal instructor at the intercom at all times. Or you can just have them take you for a spin.
White Water Raft At Penrith Whitewater Stadium
At the stadium you have the choice of kayaking or whitewater rafting. Being one of the only man made rivers for rafting, the 2000 kayak/canoe Sydney Olympic Games were held here. Anyone over the age of 12 can try it out.
Try Jet Boating In Sydney’s Harbour
Jet Boating in Sydney is definitely extreme, and jet boats can go in 360 degree turns. The boats go super fast and crazy. The jet boats take you on a tour of Sydney‘s Harbour where you see the skyline, Opera House, etc.