One of the most interesting things to do in Sydney is spending outdoors at night, perhaps with your best friends or a date. Here are some extra-special destinations in the city that will leave you mesmerised for the night.
Sydney Harbour Dinner Cruises
The most interesting and historical tourist destination in Sydney is none other than Sydney Harbour. Every year, millions of people come to the harbour to marvel at the architectural wonders including the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. For a refreshing sightseeing experience here, get on board a Sydney Harbour dinner cruise at night to marvel at the scintillating sights and up-close views of these landmarks. Unlike the other sightseeing options here, a dinner cruise in Sydney offers a great opportunity to enjoy luxury cruising and a delectable dinner that is freshly prepared by experienced chefs. There are luxury catamarans, premium glass boats and authentic paddlewheelers that offer unique cruising packages. All dinner cruises in Sydney have fully licensed bars on board serving premium drinks and beverages. Take a stroll through the decks of the cruise with a glass of bubbles in your hand for a dreamlike experience you’ll never forget!
Sydney BridgeClimb at Twilight
The popular Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Sydney’s most coveted structures which is lovingly known as the ‘coathanger’. The bridge is also famous for a unique adventure experience it offers called the ‘BridgeClimb Sydney’. The bridge is open to adventurers from dawn to dusk. Choose a twilight BridgeClimb for a phenomenal experience. Watch the sunset with a stunning bird’s-eye view of the harbour and its iconic structures. If you didn’t know, the bridge is the biggest of its kind in the world and one of the only three arch bridges that offer the bridge climb experience. For all the adrenaline junkies out there, the BridgeClimb experience is a one-of-a-kind experience you shouldn’t miss!
Cheap Eats at Chinatown
Chinatown in Sydney is located at one of the prosperous parts of the city centre, near Darling Port. It is also the biggest out of the 11 Chinatowns in Australia. With a wide variety of Asian places that specialise in Pan-Asian cuisine, Chinese cinemas, bookstores, Chinese medicine clinics, pharmacies, insurance companies, banks, nightclubs. Long goes the list of all things Chinese. This part of Sydney still continues to grow as Chinatown doesn’t have defined borders. There are people from specific regions of China settled within this suburb, making it an ethnic enclave.
Beach Barbeque at Bronte
Bronte beach in Sydney is one of the most beautiful destinations favoured by both the locals and the tourists alike. Sydneysiders love the beach and one of the major beach activities that they love is hosting beach barbeque parties on the beach. Head over to the Bronte beach and throw some fish and prawns on the barbie for an epic beach barbeque experience. You can host your bbq party at some beautiful spots such as the Pirrama Park, at the BBQ Parks in the inner city and Inner West and so on.
Historic Luna Park
Luna Park is one of the oldest amusement parks in Sydney. Inspired by the park having the same name in Coney Island, New York, the Luna Park is worth a visit. With bright lights, amazing rides, retro signs and roving entertainers, the Luna Park was opened in 1935 and even made it to the State Heritage List in 2010. Located at 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point, the Luna Park overlooks the northern shore of Sydney Harbour. Hop on board the popular ride, the Ferris Wheel, for a fun ride that will also give you roving views of the harbour.
Now that’s a fun-list, isn’t it? Next time you’re planning a night out in Sydney, do consider these sites which are sure to leave you with awesome memories for a lifetime.