Did you know that while important, business trips don’t have to be boring? Especially if your next business trip is to a city such as Sydney.
Sydney, as one of the largest cities in Australia, offers endless entertainment possibilities. You can expect bustling neighborhoods, amazing attractions, beautiful beaches, incredible dining places and so much more.
Let’s see how fun your next Sydney business trip to Sydney can be.
1. Sydney Opera House
When in Sydney, you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit its main tourist attraction – the Sydney Opera House. The Opera House is located on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour and it’s considered one of the most iconic buildings in the world.
If you get the chance also make sure you go on a tour to find out more about this modern world wonder. And if you get hungry, it’s good to know that there are several great restaurants overlooking the Opera House, so in addition to a delicious meal, you’ll also be enjoying the view.
2. Royal Botanic Garden
The Royal Botanic Garden goes hand in hand with the Opera House. You can’t not visit it while you’re in Sydney. If you’ve had a long and exhausting day full of meetings, taking a walk through this amazing garden will be a godsend.
The garden is a real oasis in a bustling city and it features some incredible plants. Since this is the oldest botanic garden in Australia, you can imagine its sheer size, as well as the number of plants that it holds. Strolling this incredible garden might just be a perfect end of a long day.
3. Sydney shopping
From farmers’ markets, flea and street markets, all the way to luxurious shopping centers – shopping in Sydney can be a truly unique experience. If you enjoy some retail therapy, then you’d be glad to know about Oxford Street. This street is famous for its many boutique stores.
Once you’ve done with Oxford Street, take your shopping to the Queen Victoria Building. The Queen Victoria Building is a shopping mall that features all the brand stores you can imagine as well as local designer stores.
And if you’re a fan of handmade items and fresh produce, you can’t leave Sydney without visiting one of its many markets such as the Bondi Farmers Markets, the Paddington Markets, or the Rocks Markets.
4. Explore the nightlife
How to unwinding after a day full of back-to-back meetings? By exploring the nightlife, of course. And you’re in luck because Sydney is a city that has amazing nightlife.
When it comes to nighttime entertainment, there’s something for everyone. If you like quiet nights out, there are tons of incredible bistros, pubs, and bars. In case you want to dance the night away, you can do that in one of the best nightclubs in Sydney. On the other hand, if you enjoy something more risque and luxurious, try visiting some of the best brothels in Sydney.
But that’s not all, nightlife in Sydney offers so much more. You can enjoy some of the world’s best DJs, participate in karaoke nights, or visit some of the greatest lounges in this Australian city and part take in many other interesting nightlife activities.
5. Go beach hopping
If time is not a problem for you on your business trip to Sydney, then you must go beach hopping. Sydney is famous for its amazing beaches and numerous water sports.
The nearest and most famous Sydney beach is Bondi beach. There’s no way you haven’t heard about it. Bondi is a perfect place to start your beach exploration and catch some sun rays during your visit to Sydney.
Right after Bondi, there’s Manly beach. The second famous Sydney beach that you can’t skip. Here you can dip your feet in the ocean or simply unwind on the amazing sands of this beach.
In addition to these two famous beaches, you should also make time to visit Palm, Shelly, Bronte, Balmoral, and Bilgola beaches among many others.
6. Hike in the Royal National Park
If you’re a hiker and nature lover, we recommend exploring the Royal National Park. The national park is located in the south of Sydney and it is quite a unique place. You can expect amazing scenery, coastline walks, incredible rock formations and rock pools and so much more.
In addition to hiking, the park is a great place to cycle, swim, trek, or simply spend a day in nature. And if the timing is right, you may just see a whale or two!
Whether you’re on a business or any other kind of trip, never pass up the chance to see Sydney and have some fun while there. Sydney is an incredible city that offers so much, so making the time to see it will be worth your while.