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Things To Do In Sydney In Winter

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Vivid Sydney

Year after year, Vivid Sydney draws in millions of people to immerse themselves in lights, music and ideas. Vivid Sydney lights up the city for just over a fortnight in June, leaving plenty of time for you to see what the fuss is all about. Intersecting with the exuberant and brilliant light display, Vivid Sydney also comprises cutting-edge contemporary music and Vivid Ideas, a celebration of innovation in creative industries. The entertainment doesn't start and end here, with so many restaurants located nearby in Darling Harbour and Circular Quay, you’d be silly not to have dinner before or after the show. Join in the fun of Vivid Sydney! It’s one of the best free things to do in Sydney, and is suitable for every age.

 

Bondi Winter Magic

The iconic Bondi Beach is renowned for thousands of beach goers flocking to get the best spot to lay out in the summer sun. However, it isn’t just popular in the hotter months. Bondi Beach sparkles bright in Winter with it’s popular winter magic festival. Commencing on Friday June 30 until Sunday July 16, the winter magic festival is something you cannot miss. There is the famous Bondi Ice Rink, Australia’s highest ferris wheel and a rich blend of art, history and culture on the streets. Situated on the forefront of the iconic Bondi Beach, it combines winter ice skating with panoramic ocean views. However, the spectacular festival doesn’t just feature the ice rink. It also hosts the Bondi Feast. Be prepared to immerse yourself in a pop-up festival of comedy, music, theatre, food and more.

 

Madame Tussauds

Meet some wax-made celebrities at the iconic Madame Tussauds Museum, located right on the water in the heart of Darling Harbour. Featuring the likes of Ryan Gosling, Taylor Swift and Johnny Depp, you’ll have a seriously fun time fooling your friends with selfies that you met some A-list celebrities, sport and tv stars. It’s a reasonably priced attraction, with an adult ticket costing just $42 for unlimited hours of fun. Once you have finished up here, you may like to make your way over to one of the many restaurants in nearby Darling Harbour for lunch or dinner.

 

Sydney Tower

Make your way to the top of the Sydney Tower Eye to enjoy panoramic 360 views of the beautiful city. You can either walk around inside or book an outdoor Skywalk tour to immerse yourself in unrivaled 360 degree views of Sydney. The skywalk tour takes you to the highest point in the city and adult tickets start from just $50. For around the same price, you may also like to book the Vivid Eye Live Project, showcasing the spectacular light display of Vivid Sydney, along with night views of the stunning city.

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