Sydney is hugged by sandstone headlands, picturesque bays, leafy green suburbs and legendary surf beaches – and of course, at its pulse is the outrageously good-looking, natural harbour. It’s lively, innovative, iconic and spirited; known for its great atmosphere, outdoor lifestyle and fantastic array of multicultural cuisine. As Australia’s largest, oldest and most diverse city, within easy access to stunning coastal and rainforest landscapes, beautiful beaches and an award-winning wine region, Sydney has it all.
New South Wales
Sydney Airport is serviced by over 40 international airlines and all domestic carriers. It’s 10 kilometres from the city centre.
The best seafood on offer, including Sydney Rock Oysters and Balmain Bugs.
Hollywood stars including Nicole Kidman, Russell Crowe and Cate Blanchett.
Sydney is home to people from 180 nations who speak 140 languages. Metropolitan Sydney is one of the largest cities in the world in terms of area – equal in size to London and almost double that of New York.
Sydney has a Mediterranean climate
Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre
A light, bright centre located directly on Sydney Harbour, the Centre offers rooms and spaces to accommodate up to 3,500 delegates.
Enjoy the craziness of Luna Park’s harbourside entertainment precinct overlooking Sydney Harbour.
Make a Splash
Be part of the world’s largest natural harbour in competitive style in a thrilling sailing regatta with an experienced skipper.
See Sydney from 134 metres above the harbour on one of three different guided climbs to the top of the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.