What to do in Sydney

Sydney Harbour Bridge - The Sydney Harbour Bridge opened in 1932. It is 503 metres long, and weighs over 52,800 tonnes - it is the largest single span, steel arch Bridge in the world. The Bridge Climb is a fantastic way of having a better understanding of the history of this landmark whilst experiencing a commanding view of one of the most beautiful harbours in the world. www.bridgeclimb.com

Sydney Opera House - One of Australia's top attractions the Sydney Opera House captures the spirit of modern Sydney featuring music, drama, opera, and ballet. To experience the miracle of architecture and engineering of this landmark; you can indulge in one of its many operas, take a guided tour or dine in a selection of fine restaurants, bars, and cafes. www.sydneyoperahouse.com

Sydney Tower -This unique tower proudly stands right in the heart of the Sydney CBD. Make your way 300 metres up to the viewing platform to witness the most comprehensive views of Sydney all the way to the Blue Mountains. You may also enjoy a pleasant dinner in either one of their two revolving restaurants. www.sydneytower.com.au

The Rocks
‘The Rocks' area is a historical precinct within Sydney. Wander through beautiful cobblestone streets & take in the unique architecture of the area. Visit the popular ‘The Rocks Markets' which is located on Argyle Street Mall every Saturday and Sunday between 10am and 5pm. Also available are guided ‘Rocks Walking Tours' www.rockswalkingtours.com.au

Shopping (Pitt St Mall & Oxford St)
Busy Pitt St Mall is Sydney's leading shopping promenade situated only minutes away from Hotel Stellar's door. You will find sophisticated historical emporiums such as The Strand Arcade and Queen Victoria Building to all of the renowned department stores and edgy design boutiques. Also make your way to the famous main shopping strip of Oxford St, known as Sydney's style mile.

Bondi Beach
A trip to Sydney is not complete without a journey to Bondi Beach - Australia's most famous beach. Enjoy the sea breeze and spectacular views as you take the coastal cliff walk from Bondi to Bronte Beach (approx. 3.5 Km). www.waverley.nsw.gov.au/council/parks/parks/coastwalk.asp

Kings Cross - The intersection of William Street and Victoria Road forms the "X" in Australia's nightlife capital, lined with bars, restaurants, and nightclubs. 'The Golden Mile' is a round-the-clock parade of entertainment. www.kingscrossonline.com.au

Star City Casino - Sydney's waterside casino and entertainment complex is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Includes world-class gaming facilities, theatres and restaurants. www.starcity.com.au

Manly Beach
Catch the ferry over to Manly - where the Harbour meets the sea. Enjoy lunch by the sun and surf. Shop along Manly's newly re-vamped Corso. Catch the ferry back to Circular Quay in the afternoon to experience a panoramic sunset over the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House. www.manlybeach.com.au

Sydney Wildlife World and Sydney Aquarium
See Australia's unique and bizarre flora and fauna at Sydney Wildlife World. Head next door to Sydney Aquarium where you can explore a collection of 11,500 marine species and the largest Great Barrier Reef exhibit in the world. Situated right on the banks of Darling Harbour it is a great day out for the whole family. www.sydneyattractions.com.au

Luna Park
Luna Park is Sydney's much loved amusement park which was recently restored. Open since the 1930's Luna Park offers many exhilarating rides and hilarious sideshow games whilst enjoying the spectacular views of Sydney Harbour. www.lunaparksydney.com

Art Gallery of NSW - The finest collections of Australian art, including the world's largest permanent exhibition of Australian Aboriginal Art. The Art Gallery of New South Wales, holds "Art After Hours" Wednesday nights until 9pm.The late Wednesday night opening features a free events program with films, talks, performances, food and wine, alongside the exhibitions. www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au/

Tribal Warrior Cruise (Indigenous Tour Guide)
Set sail on a journey through Sydney Harbour to discover the history of Sydney and its Aboriginal past prior to British settlement. Experience an authentic Aboriginal cultural performance; learn the Aboriginal names and meanings of significant Sydney landmarks. Witness traditional fishing methods and food gathering techniques.