Moderate tourist numbers and pleasant temperatures make September to November and March to May the best time to visit Sydney. Spring (September–November) is perfect for taking photos of Jakaranda trees in bloom and treating yourself to a plate of Sydney oysters. Autumn (March–May) is all about delicacies like macadamia nuts or pine mushrooms. You can also have fun at the Sydney Royal Easter Show with its endless carnivals. December to February sees an influx of tourists to Sydney. The city is under attack of beachgoers, surfers, and nature lovers. Winter (June–August) in Sydney is relatively comfortable, and many hotels offer good deals.
These grow in places where the soil is densely covered with old coniferous needles, and often hide under them
The Sydney Opera House is one of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings
Enjoy a swim in Sydney's most famous pool and get covered by giant ocean waves
One of the latest fruits of the year that will brighten up any dessert!
Try a unique and extreme way to get the most rewarding views
Sydney has no shortage of places to swim or simply relax with a good book
Celebrate queer culture at the jaw dropping parade
Learn the art of riding a surfboard on high-quality waves!
A heart-warming space and a story worth sharing
Fans of seafood will be delighted to visit the largest fish market in the Southern Hemisphere
Have a great time in one of the most fabulous tourist attractions of New South Wales
Discover a fantastic underwater world in the most stunning diving spot in Sydney
Can you picture an abandoned ship with a forest in it?
A world of discovery awaits you at a major botanical garden in the heart of Sydney
Taste the nut which is worth going nuts for
Are you ready to taste these fancy little bivalves with a glass of Champagne?
Pumpkin seeds were brought to Australia on the First Fleet back in 1788
Australia's biggest surfing festival with a wide array of activities in and out of water
Feel the non-stop adrenaline of kiting around Botany Bay and in many other locations
This glossy and brightly colored fruit will be a good addition to your meal
About one million people crowd to vantage points around the harbor for this dazzling pyrotechnics display
Every spring Sydney shows off its beauty due to lavish jacaranda tree blooms
Watch The Rocks neighborhood and the famous Sydney Opera House turn green
Holiday season in Sydney offers lots of traditional entertainment
Huge celebrations in Sydney, Melbourne and other cities last for several weeks and attract millions
One of the best days to go shopping or enjoy a family BBQ
Electronic-centric music festival in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, and also Auckland
One of the biggest and most famous supercross and freestyle motocross events in the world
One of the world's most anticipated race that has a long history and offers some spectacular sights!
Experience one of the most significant tributes to Elvis in the world
Tune yourself to be the first in Australia to see the most brilliant and inspiring premiers
Get into the holiday spirit with magical cruises, houses of horrors, and a zombie walk
You can't fully feel the spirit of Australia Day celebrations without the traditional Ferrython
Celebrate the Year of the Ox with traditional food, fireworks, and festivities around the city
Watch how "city meets country" in Sydney
Witness northern or southern migration of these majestic mammals from land or boat
Take in the numerous spectacular landmarks of the city during an unforgettable run
Great fun on one of Sydney's most famous beaches
Celebrate winter solstice in the beautiful Blue Mountains
Give your body the ultimate workout while kayaking in the most picturesque areas of Sydney
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A fascinating annual migration of giant sea mammals
Hanami season occurs at Auburn Botanic Gardens every spring
Join thousands of runners from central Sydney to a scenic beach
The largest and most popular running event in New South Wales