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Australia
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  • Brisbane
  • Cairns
  • Canberra
  • Darwin
  • Gold Coast
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  • Perth
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  • Sydney
Fidji
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New Caledonia
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New Zealand
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  • Christchurch
  • Dunedin
  • Queenstown
  • Wellington
Papua New Guinea
  • Port Moresby
French Polynesia
  • Papeete
Vanuatu
  • Espiritu Santo
  • Port Vila
  • Tanna
Wallis and Futuna Islands
  • Futuna Island
  • Wallis Island
Cambodia
  • Phnom Penh
China
  • Beijing
  • Hong Kong
  • Shanghai
Korea (Republic of)
  • Seoul
United Arab Emirates
  • Dubai
India
  • Chennai
  • Delhi
  • Mumbai
Indonesia
  • Denpasar-Bali
  • Jakarta
Japan
  • Fukuoka
  • Nagoya
  • Oita
  • Okinawa
  • Osaka
  • Sapporo
  • Tokyo
Laos
  • Vientiane
Malaysia
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Singapore
Nepal
  • Kathmandu
Philippines
  • Manila
Sri Lanka
  • Colombo
Thailand
  • Bangkok
  • Chiang Mai
  • Phuket
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  • Taipei
Vietnam
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  • Goteborg
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Flight Sydney

A fascinating city

Australia, both a country and a continent, is a captivating and enticing destination which crystallizes everything that dreams are made of.  From the red landscapes of Uluru desert to the Sydney suburbs, from the Great Barrier Reef to the shores of Tasmania, Australia will have you fall under its unequalled charms. So as you book your flight, get yourself ready for some unforgettable adventures.

The essential

Dive at the heart of the aboriginal culture

In spite of its seeming paradoxes, everything about Australia reads like a success story! Striking, spectacular, unique…all superlative descriptions seem to fit it like a tailor-made glove. Nature rimes with abundance and luxuriance, while it remains perfectly integrated to the urban landscape of coastal cities. Though the history of British colonization remains recent, the unique and enigmatic Aboriginal culture is now recognized and estimated worldwide. Australia has even come to be considered as mankind’s second cradle (after Africa)! It is indeed on Aussie turf that the oldest geological traces are found. Nature seems to have chosen Australia to express the infinite range of its imagination. Here you will encounter wildlife that’s positively strange and fascinating. As you travel through the immensity of Australia, you will make endless discoveries that will stack up like a collection of unforgettable memories.

 

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Sydney, showcase of all Australia
Art in all its forms
Sydney is a glorious gateway to Australia and a grand introduction to Australian cultural heritage. Book your flights to Sydney for a holiday in a major hub of culture. Begin your exploration of Sydney with the Sydney Opera House. With its iconic architecture like stacked segments of an orange, it’s an instantly recognisable landmark. Continue your Australian cultural tour at the Museum of Contemporary Art. This Art Deco building houses around 7,000 contemporary aboriginal works of art. Next on your Sydney holiday travel itinerary is the New South Wales Art Gallery where you can catch world class exhibitions of Australian and international art.
An exceptionally beautiful natural setting
Australia is also a country of wide open spaces: book flights to Sydney and see the outback with your own eyes. Recharge your batteries with a walk in the lush greenery of the Royal Botanic Gardens in the city centre. Dating from the 19th century, this 30 hectare garden is home to exotic plants and amazing animals, such as the ibis, with its long, curved black beak. Next, hit Sydney’s famous beaches. Reflecting Australia’s easy going nature, Bondi Beach is a surf haven. You can learn to ride the waves here and then chill in a beachside bar. In search of a lively atmosphere? Go north to explore the shops and restaurants around Manly Beach.
Australian wildlife in all its glory
By booking your airfare to Australia, you’ll also have the chance to see some of the amazing wildlife that lives there. With its panoramic view over Sydney, Taronga Zoo is home to some 350 different species, including Asian elephants, koalas and tigers from Sumatra. Next, discover the deep sea world of coral and colourful fish at Sea Life Aquarium. You’ll see dugongs, penguins, rays and sharks there. With art, wildlife and amazing beaches, Sydney offers all the treasures of Australia.
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Sporting Events
Water Sports
26/12/2019
to 31/12/2019
Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
Sydney
Sporting Events
Water Sports
26/12/2019
to 31/12/2019
Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race
Sydney
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At once a challenge, a journey, and a party: this boat race has existed for decades. The yachts set off from the port of Sydney, cheered on by hundreds of spectators. The boats then cross the Bass Strait in the Tasman Sea. There's no time for sailors to admire the beautiful landscapes! After crossing Storm Bay, where the winds are unleashed, they head for Hobart Harbour, the finish line of the race. There, as the competitors celebrate their victories they will and share their memories of the highs and lows of these few days spent on the ocean.<br/>
Adress
New Beach Road, Darling Point
2000
Sydney
Festivals
Music
28/12/2019
to 01/01/2020
Lost Paradise, festival
Peats Ridge
Festivals
Music
28/12/2019
to 01/01/2020
Lost Paradise, festival
Peats Ridge
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Finish the old year with something memorable and get ready for the new year with a delightful dose of warmth, colour and music!
In the suburbs of Australia's most cultural city, lose yourself in a jungle where gigantic stages and incredible music awaits. The line-up of this sixth edition features Rüfüs du Sol, Hilltop Hoods, Green Velvet, Dom Dolla, Mo Set, The Jungle Giants and Matt Corby, among many others.
There will be something for everyone to enjoy, over the last five days of the outgoing year: make it one to remember!
From Saturday 28 December 2019 to Wednesday 1 January 2020 :
- From Saturday to Wednesday from 08:00 to 00:00

Admission prices :
- 3-Day Pass : 237 €
Adress
69 Cooks Road
2250
Peats Ridge
Phone
02 4375 1222
email
adventures@glenworth.com.au
website
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Festivals
Music
01/01/2020
to 01/01/2020
Field Day, festival
Sydney
Festivals
Music
01/01/2020
to 01/01/2020
Field Day, festival
Sydney
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Come and celebrate the new year in the gardens of Sydney. The Harbour City embraces this annual event at the beginning of the year with enthusiasm. Since 2002, the festival has featured a line up of the latest and best bands and musicians.
This 19th edition will be an opportunity to see hip hop greats Tyler, The Creator, electronic music legends Disclosure and Claptone, who will delight house music fans. It's set to be a day of great music, sunshine and good vibes.
Adress
Art Gallery Road, Royal Botanic Gardens
2000
Sydney
Festivals & Carnivals
Feast
26/01/2020
to 26/01/2020
Australia Day
Sydney
Festivals & Carnivals
Feast
26/01/2020
to 26/01/2020
Australia Day
Sydney
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In the city, on the water and even in the sky: Australia Day celebrations are everywhere! Also known as Anniversary Day, Invasion Day and Foundation Day, the 26th January is Australia's national day. In 1788, the first British ship arrived in Sydney Cove, a small bay on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour. Some Australia Day events have become classics that are not to be missed, like the Ferrython, in which Sydney's fleet of ferries embark on a thrilling race from Circular Quay to Shark Island and then back to finish at the Sydney Harbour Bridge. There is also the gigantic fireworks display at the end of the day. You can expect great food, fun times and plenty of Aussie good humour.


Admission prices :
- Free
Adress
Western Dstr
2000
Sydney
Festivals & Carnivals
Feast
08/01/2020
to 26/01/2020
Sydney Festival
Sydney
Festivals & Carnivals
Feast
08/01/2020
to 26/01/2020
Sydney Festival
Sydney
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The first Sydney Festival took place in 1977. Since then, it's become a tradition for Australia's largest city to kick start the year with two weeks of arts events. Throughout the city, many shows, sometimes free, follow one another: ballet dances, light installations, concerts and much more. To celebrate each new year, Australian diversity is honoured with a focus on home-grown culture, presenting contemporary creations but also Aboriginal art. Lectures, meetings, concerts, screenings: there's something for everyone. Björk, Cate Blanchett, Manu Chao and Ian McKellen are among the artists who have taken part in the festival in the past.


Admission prices :
- Professionals : 36
Adress
Western Dstr
2000
Sydney
To do

To do

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Hot spot Tourist destination Well-being
Bondi Beach
Sydney
Hot spot Tourist destination Well-being
Bondi Beach
Sydney
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Sydney is well known for its gorgeous beaches, popular among surfers and swimmers, locals and visitors. Bondi Beach is undoubtedly the best known and the biggest of Sydney's beaches. Even the name is evocative: Bondi or Boondi, for the Aboriginal people, was named for the noise of the waves breaking against the rocks.
A popular Sydney hangout, the beach is lined with cafés, bars and restaurants. As for the promenade which runs alongside the beach, it's the perfect place to see some really spectacular views.
For swimming, sunbathing , running, or skating, Bondi Beach is a must!
All year long :
    Every day, 24/7
Adress
Bondi Beach
2000
Sydney
One-of-a-kind Tourist destination
Museum of Contemporary Art - MCA
Sydney
One-of-a-kind Tourist destination
Museum of Contemporary Art - MCA
Sydney
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The MCA or Museum of Contemporary Art is dedicated to Australian and international art. It hosts numerous exhibitions throughout the year, meaning there's always something new to discover at this major cultural hub.

The museum opened in 1991, originally springing from an idea which Australian artist John Power had for a contemporary art museum.
Today it has a collection of works by John Power, as well as many other works of contemporary art including many by Aboriginal artists. Temporary exhibitions bring new dimensions to the mix. Come and see art in a new way during your stay in Sydney.
All year long :
    From Thursday to Tuesday from 10:00 to 17:00
    Wednesday from 10:00 to 21:00

Admission prices :
    Free

Closed on 25 December
Adress
140 George Street - Circular Quay
2000
Sydney
Phone
00 612 92 45 2400
email
reception@mca.com.au
website
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Place of character Hot spot Tourist destination Major event Architectural/Technical mastery
Sydney Opera House
Sydney
Place of character Hot spot Tourist destination Major event Architectural/Technical mastery
Sydney Opera House
Sydney
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The Sydney Opera House was opened in 1973, and it's been listed as a Unesco world monument since 2007. This unique building was designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon.
Some would say it looks like segments of an orange, others are reminded of the sails of a boat.
This renowned cultural site has a world class programme of music, dance and theatre productions. You can also take guided tour of the site, or visit the restaurants and the souvenir shop.
All year long :
    From Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00
Adress
Bennelong Point
2000
Sydney
Phone
00 61 2 9250 7111
email
infodesk@sydneyoperahouse.com
website
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Exotic Bucolic/Country
Taronga Zoo
Sydney
Exotic Bucolic/Country
Taronga Zoo
Sydney
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Taronga Zoo is one of Sydney's top visitor sights. It was first opened back in 1916. Set off to meet some of the 4,000 animals of 50 different species who live in this huge animal park.

You'll see native Australian species such as koalas and kangaroos, as well as rare and much loved animals from around the world, including tigers and elephants. All in a beautiful setting with a panoramic view over Sydney Bay.
Adress
Bradley's Head Road, Mosman
2000
Sydney
Phone
00 61 02 99 69 2777
email
tz@zoo.nsw.gov.au
website
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To leave and eat

To leave and eat

Our selection on Sydney
Gourmet spot
A Brewer's Tale
Sydney
Gourmet spot
A Brewer's Tale
Sydney
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Perfect for breakfast or lunch, A Brewer's Tale is an inviting spot to discover. A 15 minute walk from Hyde Park, in Darlinghurst, this little café welcomes you with its cosy and friendly atmosphere. The food is simple but delicious, plates are copious and colourful: this is food that will put you in a good mood!
As well as excellent food, you can enjoy a range of drinks, from coffees to fresh fruit juices, smoothies and teas.
email
info@abrewerstale.com.au
Phone
02 8386 79 41
Adress
112B Burton Street (Darlinghurst)
2000
Sydney
All year long :
    Every day, from 06:30 to 15:30
website
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Gourmet spot
Blue Fish
Sydney
Gourmet spot
Blue Fish
Sydney
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For a taste of the sea, Blue Fish restaurant in Sydney is the place to go. This restaurant in in Darling Harbour serves up excellent fish and seafood.
Open from breakfast time through to dinner, this establishment has a modern cooking style and a setting that's relaxed and welcoming.
Paella, fish and chips, seafood platters, oysters, lobster, seafood linguine... there's so much to choose from. You'll find something for any moment of the day.
From a simple cafe, this Sydney restaurant that's incredibly popular with locals and visitors alike.
Phone
02 9211 0315
Adress
Shop 287 Harbourside Shopping Centre, Darling Harb
2000
Sydney
All year long :
    Every day, from 08:00 to 22:00
website
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Convivial Romance Cosy
Cafe Sydney
Sydney
Convivial Romance Cosy
Cafe Sydney
Sydney
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You will find the Sydney Cafe in the heart of Circular Quay, Sydney's most active district. This cafe restaurant is housed on the 5th floor of Customs House, a 19th century building which welcomed people and goods arriving in the city.
Whether you sit inside or out on the terrace, you'll have a lovely view of the harbour.
More than just a cafe, the Sydney Cafe offers a modern, upmarket setting for lunch or dinner. Choose delectable seafood platters or prime cuts of beef: the menu is varied and has something for everyone.
email
reservations@cafesydney.com
Phone
00 61 2 9251 8683
Adress
31 Alfred Street, Circular Quay (5th floo)
2000
Sydney
All year long :
    From Monday to Friday doors open at 12:00
    Saturday doors open at 17:00
    Sunday doors open at 12:00
website
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Trendy
China Doll
Sydney
Trendy
China Doll
Sydney
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Stop for lunch or dinner beside the water, and enjoy a delicious moment at China Doll. In Woolloomooloo, district, this award-winning establishment offers Asian fare that's modern and elegant. Choose a cocktail to whet your appetite or perhaps a glass of wine to go with your food.
Much like the food, the decor is a clever mix of tradition and modernity. Authentic Asian chinaware is displayed against a background of contemporary monochrome furniture.
email
mail@chinadoll.com.au
Phone
02 9380 6744
Adress
Shop 4, - 6 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomooloo
2000
Sydney
All year long :
    Every day, from 12:00 to 14:00
    Every day, from 18:00 to 22:00
website
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