10 Hot Spots to Visit on Your Sydney Camper Adventure

hot spots to visit

Summer is a
great time to visit Australia’s most famous metropolis, with Sydney
offering glorious beaches, top-quality culinary encounters, a lively
atmosphere and iconic attractions. Your camper hire adventure simply
wouldn’t be complete without visiting at least one or two of Sydney’s
star attractions and sights.

1. The Opera House

Opera House

If it’s
your first time visiting Sydney, make a beeline for the popular Circular
Quay where you will find one of Australia’s most iconic man-made
structures: the Sydney Opera House. Take a tour of the grand building
and explore beneath the iconic sails or simply appreciate its beauty
from a distance and take that iconic photo to share on your Facebook

2. The Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge

Equally as
famous as the Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is impossible to
miss on your Sydney adventure. Appreciate its grandeur from one of the
many great viewing points or overcome your fear of heights and brave the
Bridge Climb where you will suit up and experience spectacular views of
the harbour from the peak of the bridge.

3. Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach

around the world for being perhaps Australia’s most famous beach, Bondi
offers a laidback surf vibe and is surrounded by a chic and urban café
scene. Pull up a corner of sand, ride the waves and keep your eyes
peeled for the local lifeguards filming an episode of Bondi Rescue.

4. The Rocks

The Rocks

amongst tourist and locals alike for being the place to dine in Sydney,
The Rocks offers a variety of metropolitan bars and restaurants nestled
under the grandiose of Sydney Harbour Bridge. Visit over the weekend to
drink in the old world charm of this historically significant place and
get amongst the lively Sydney scene.

5. Manly

Catching a
ferry to Manly from the harbour is simply a must-have experience for
all those visiting New South Wales’ capital. Over the 40-minute ferry
ride you will witness unparalleled views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge
and the famous sails of the Opera House for an affordable price. Enjoy a
laidback breakfast in this chilled suburb before enjoying the afternoon
lazing by the beach or exploring boutique art galleries and stores.

6. Darling Harbour

If you’re visiting Sydney and looking for the place to be
make your way down to Darling Harbour just a short walk from the heart
of the city centre. This former dockside area is teeming with fantastic
restaurants, the Sydney Aquarium, great shopping facilities, an IMAX
theatre and is an entertaining outing for everyone in the family.

7. Royal Botanical Gardens

If you’re
seeking a picnic with a view, Royal Botanic Gardens will offer you more
than you need. Just moments from the water’s edge with spectacular views
of the Sydney Circular Quay, the Botanic Gardens are a great setting
for that perfect holiday photo. Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the
gardens under ancient trees or jump on board the ‘hop-on, hop-off’ train
for a more unique experience.

8. Luna Park

Make your
way to the iconic red lips on the water front to Luna Park, Sydney’s
premier amusement park. Located at the foot of the Sydney Harbour
Bridge, Luna Park is a great place to take the kids and has a heightened

9. Chinese Garden of Friendship

Explore a
charming secret garden in the heart of iconic Darling Harbour.
Experience peace and tranquillity in the heart of the bustling city
centre and admire the scenic walled garden with its lakes, exotic plants
and waterfalls. The Chinese Garden of Friendship offers a peaceful
escape from the city rat race.

10. Sydney Tower Eye and Skywalk

Those on a
mission to capture spectacular panoramic photos of Sydney shouldn’t
miss an adventure up to the Sydney Skywalk, 268 metres above the city.
Here you will be rewarded with prime sweeping views of the area
including the marvelous Sydney Quay.