What You Can Do in Sydney After Winning an All-Expense Paid Trip
Sydney is one of the largest and most famous cities in Australia despite not being the capital (that’s Canberra), and as such, there is quite a lot to see and do there. This ranges from urban exploration to getting in touch with the great outdoors, no matter what kind of traveller you are, there is always something for you.
Sydney Opera House
The iconic Sydney Opera House is a must see, with sweeping views of the Harbour Bridge and Port Jackson.
The Harbour Bridge itself is a beautiful structure to behold. More adventurous tourists can even choose to climb it and enjoy the spectacular views!
Beaches may be normally seen as a ‘natural’ thing, but Bondi Beach is right in the middle of the city. One good thing about the proximity is accessibility. So after a day of exploring you can can choose to catch some waves or just chill in the sun.
The Blue Mountains is an ancient mountain range that is a part of the Great Dividing Range. The Great Dividing Range separates the wet coastal east from the drier inland portions of the country. The Blue Mountains get plenty of rain, which allows eucalyptus forests to grow in abundance. If you are lucky, you may catch some koalas munching on them!
Australia is a stopping point for whales on their migration between their feeding grounds in Antarctica and t heir breeding grounds in the tropics. As such, tourists can often times see whales playing just off Sydney harbour!
Symbio Wildlife Park
A visit to Symbio Wildlife Park is a must for animal lovers, where you can see classic Australian animals like the Eastern Grey Kangaroo and take photos with a koala in your arms. This family owned zoo first opened in 1975 and has both wild and domesticated animals for all animal lovers.
Excited yet? Us too! Guess what? You can fly to Sydney for free! Don’t believe us? At myTukar Auto Fair 2022 Next Stop: Puchong South, you can buy a car and stand a chance to win RM800,000 worth of prizes, including an all-expense paid trip to Sydney! So mark 1st to 3rd July on your calendars so you don’t forget!