Explore the Untold Locations around Sydney
Posted: Oct 14, 2021
Sydney, the gracious city and the capital of the state of New South Wales is alighted on the east coast of Australia. Sydney Harbour is often recognised as one of the world’s beautiful harbours where most of the expensive and luxurious NYE celebration happens. Head to Sydney, if you are in search of some amazing locations to visit and explore in the upcoming New Year.
Harbour is the place where most of the celebration happens on a New Year’s Eve. The pyrotechnic projections and stunning midnight fireworks display can be seen as something that cannot be missed on this special day. Let the experience be a bit extraordinary, get on board one of the best New Year’s Eve cruises in Sydney Harbour and experience the extravaganza and stunning harbour views with your friends and family for around 7 hours. There are many vessels on the harbour with various on board entertainment programmes. You can choose either an authentic paddle wheeler in a theatre-style layout, or a multi-million dollar purpose-built ultra-modern catamaran, or even a premium glass boat that offers an unobstructed view of all the fireworks display along with harbour wonders.
Hop aboard one of these New Year’s Eve cruises offering a deluxe seafood and meat inspired 5 course seated and served menu or freshly prepared buffet dinner menu, and club them with premium Australian wines, beers, house spirits, and soft drinks. The boats will be in an exclusion zone as per the instructions to get a safe and clear view of the midnight fireworks display. Catch sight of the amazing Sydney Harbour man-made wonders such as Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Luna Park, etc. and snap some spectacular photographs in the background. You can enjoy your cruise, drinks, food, and the spectacular view with an all inclusive package along with various on board entertainment programs. Enjoy the best ever cruising experience and the bright stunning city skyline view engulfed in the hues of colour.
Cathedral Church, Sydney
Visit St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney if you are in need of a spiritual attunement. You can easily get into the church from Hyde Park. This is the first Catholic church in Australia with great architectural significance. The Cathedral has an unusual structure regarding its size. The Cathedral is quite famous as the largest 19th century ecclesiastical building that reflects architectural similarity with Notre-Dame in Paris. It has a geometric decorated gothic style appearance and a cruciform shape which is a delight to watch. It has a wide nave, aisle, pointed arches, square-ended chancel, and three towers. It is dedicated to the Immaculate Mother of God. Explore inside the Cathedral and spot the intricate stained-glass windows that have a history of 50 years. You can spot about 40 pictorial windows with several Biblical themes including mysteries of the rosary, the life cycle of Jesus, and Saints along with ‘Fall of Man’. Catch sight of the sun rays falling through the glasses.
What about roaming around Chinatown inhaling the smell of great Chinese cuisine? You can walk, watch, and purchase with your groups. It is located in the Haymarket suburb, between the Central Station and the Darling Harbour. There are 3 major Chinatowns in Australia. We can spot one in Sydney and others in Melbourne and Adelaide. Each of them has a variety of restaurants, late night eateries, and shops. You can feel the active and lively street nights and busiest walkways in your visit. Among the three, Sydney has the biggest Chinatown. We can see the celebration of Asian culture and cuisine. Step out from your rooms, enjoy the colourful treat, and taste some amazing food.
In life, it’s not where you go, it’s who you travel with.