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Airlines flying to Sydney

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Direct flights to Sydney

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Helpful information

  • Sydney is located in the Australia
  • IATA code: SYD
  • Continent: Australia
  • Currency: (AUD) (Course: 10 AUD = 5.45 GBP)
  • Current time: 05:31 (GMT+11)
  • Current date: 2019.10.16

Frequently voted one of the world's best places to live, Sydney is a holiday destination like no other. Book flights to Sydney from the UK with 

This dynamic, cosmopolitan city is what modern Australia is all about. It's a winning blend of world-class restaurants, glitzy harbour-side bars, great performing arts spaces and captivating wildlife sanctuaries – all in the shadow of the magnificent Sydney Harbour Bridge. Whether you're in Sydney for a few days or a few years, you'll never run out of fantastic things to do. Book your holiday to Sydney with today. 

Things to do in Sydney 

  1. Perhaps you glimpsed it when you flew into the city, but there's nothing like seeing the Sydney Harbour Bridge up close. Walk across it, take a cruise underneath it or – if you're feeling very brave – climb over it.
  2. One of the world's most recognisable landmarks, the Sydney Opera House celebrated its 40th birthday in 2013. Take a tour of this iconic building or plan ahead and book tickets for a performance.
  3. A hotspot for backpackers, Bondi Beach is Australia's most famous stretch of coastline and the closest to Sydney city centre. Take a dip in the bay or, better yet, rent a surfboard for the occasion.
  4. The centre of tourist life in Sydney, Darling Harbour is the best spot in the city for harbour-side wining and dining. For a break form the hustle and bustle, pop into the tranquil Chinese Garden of Friendship.
  5. Travelling with children? They'll spot the iconic Ferris Wheel of Luna Park a mile off. This amusement park is a local institution and a must for families in the city.
  6. You might be in the middle of the city, but there's animals all around. Don't miss great attractions like Sydney Aquarium, the Koala Sanctuary and Sydney Zoo to learn more about this country's unique wildlife.
  7. One of the oldest of its kind in the world, the Royal National Park is an hour's drive from Sydney. Look out for kangaroos and wallabies, as well as Aboriginal rock carvings – an important part of Australian heritage.
  8. Head indoors to the Australian Museum. Established more than 200 years ago, it's the country's oldest museum. Elsewhere, The Powerhouse Museum boasts a variety of futuristic exhibits, while Elizabeth Farm sheds light on Australia's colonial history.
  9. Sports fans rejoice: the Sydney Olympic Park – used for the 2000 Olympic Games – is a thriving area that's ripe for exploration. You can even rent accommodation here.
  10. Take a breather at the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens and appreciate the wonder that is the city of Sydney. It's the ideal place to see Sydney's spectacular New Year's Eve fireworks display too, but tickets sell out fast.

Shopping in Sydney

Forget about boomerangs and kangaroo keyrings – shopping in Sydney is a world-class experience, with stylish malls and thriving precincts. 

Shopping in the city

Most shoppers in Sydney head straight for Oxford Street, which gives its London namesake a run for its money, in the chic Paddington area. On Military Road, you'll find a great range of fashion boutiques, while Castlereagh Street is the place you'll find Sydney's upmarket jewellery stores. 

Shopping malls

The Queen Victoria Building and The Strand Arcade are the city's most historic shopping malls, and both first opened in the 1890s. More recently, the Westfield Shopping Centre at Bondi Junction has become the city's beacon of fashion. 

Sydney's markets

Head to the Sydney markets at Flemington to buy some of the best local produce. The trendy Paddington Markets are the best place to search for vintage clothing, jewellery and books, while Surry Hills Market specialises in recycled and handmade items. 

Eating in Sydney

Thanks to its multicultural society, modern Australian cuisine is a blissful fusion of global flavours. You can taste every cuisine from Japanese to Brazilian here, so arrive with an appetite. 

Where to eat in Sydney

For dining with a waterfront view, head to Darling Harbour, the city's premier entertainment district. In Chinatown, you'll find an array of East Asian restaurants and King Street in Newtown is famed for its cheap and delicious Thai and Vietnamese food. For something a bit more upmarket, head to The Rocks, just north of the city centre. 

Food festivals

People in Sydney love their food and there always seems to be a food festival celebrating this country's great cuisine. Don't miss Good Food Month in October when the annual Night Noodle Markets take place. 

Insider's Tips 

For police, fire and ambulance services in Sydney, dial 000. 

British citizens need a tourist visa to travel to Australia and can apply for a visa online for free. The local currency is the Australian Dollar. 

Feeling lost? There are visitor information centres across Sydney to provide you with guidance and tips. 

Sydney's summer takes place during the British winter, and temperatures regularly reach 40°C between October and March. Winters (May to September) are still very mild, with temperatures between 10°C and 20°C. 

Sydney's extensive public transport system incorporates ferries, buses and trains. Buy MyMulti tickets for unlimited travel. 

Getting from Sydney Airport 

By train

The Airport Link Train is the easiest way to get to the city centre from Sydney Airport, and leaves from both the international and domestic terminals. Trains run every 10 minutes and the journey time is 13 minutes. 

Taxis and airport transfers

There are taxi ranks outside each terminal building, and drivers are not allowed to pick up passengers from outside these ranks at the airport. There are also several shuttle bus services providing airport transfers to hotels, but these usually need to be booked in advance. 

Car hire

There are a number of options for car hire at Sydney Airport. Rental desks include Avis, Hertz, Europcar and Budget. 

See Sydney Airport for more information.