It's Time To Explore X-Sighting Sydney & Surrounds!


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Tons of things to do in Xsighting Sydney!

With 11x weekly flights to Sydney, you can now enjoy a truly Xsighting experience!

From 27 May – 18 June 2016, catch the must-see event of the year – Vivid Sydney, festival of light, music & ideas. Named Australia’s Best Tourism Event for three consecutive years, Vivid Sydney is a 23-night festival which features large scale light projections, music performances and creative discussions.

Sneak Peek on what to expect at Vivid Sydney 2016


Customs House

The fantastical wonders of Sydney’s Hidden Stories come to life with an adventurous blue-tongue lizard leading the way through landscapes inhabited by witches and wizards, gnomes and cockatoos.

Darling Harbour

The Laser-Dragon Water-Theatre features a water-screen mounted on a 13m robotic arm, which floats above fifty-six fountains and is capable of assuming different forms such as dragons and characters of commedia dell’arte.

Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb

Standing a proud 134 metres above Sydney Harbour, the summit of the bridge promises you spectacular, breathtaking views. Don flashing light vests and enjoy music on the illuminated dance floor while watching Sydney transform before your eyes from the summit.

Taronga Zoo

As part of Vivid Sydney 2016, the city zoo will entertain visitors with giant, luminous animal sculptures representing the ten critical species that Taronga is committed to protecting. There will also be thousands of smaller lanterns made by school students as part of the zoo’s Centenary celebrations.

Sydney city offers a diverse range of activities for every budget. Take selfies with world famous icons such as Sydney Opera House, shop for great bargains at buzzing weekend markets, taste fresh seafood and local produce at markets, dine at world class restaurants along a dazzling harbour, catch major events or simply relax at beautiful beaches, Sydney is an unforgettable place to discover.

Just outside Sydney you’ll find amazing places to explore – from breathtaking nature in the Blue Mountains, fine dining and boutique wine in the Hunter Valley, dolphins and sand dune adventures in Port Stephens to the picturesque South Coast where you’ll witness the spectacular Grand Pacific Drive, white sandy beaches, charming villages and seaside towns.



Sydney offers a whole world of adventure that provides a lifetime of memories. These activities are guaranteed to make your heart race.

Highlight: Get your adrenaline pumping with some of these activities
  • Quad biking at the largest coastal sand dunes of Port Stephens
  • Sky diving at Wollongong
  • Caving at the award-winning Jenolan Caves at Blue Mountains
  • Wind surfing at Bondi
  • Climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge
Sydney: Food and wine

Food & Wine

Sydney’s dining scene is a fusion of flavours and cultures, amidst amazing landscapes. Diners are spoilt for choice with the best restaurants in the country, stunning views, and abundance of the freshest produce prepared by a breed of young, dynamic chefs. It is this combination that ensures Sydney is a haven for food lovers and is one of the world’s favourite food capitals.

Highlight: Sydney’s thriving cafes serve some of the best coffee in the world. Check out these coffee hotspots sprinkled around the city

  • Bell Jar Coffee in Newtown
  • Sample Coffee Bar in Surry Hills
  • Barefoot Coffee Traders in Manly
  • Coffee Alchemy in Marrickville
  • The Grounds of Alexandria
  • Bourke Street Bakery in Surry Hills
  • BlackStar Pastry in Newtown
  • Three Blue Ducks near Bronte Beach
  • Adriano Zumbo’s patisserie in Balmain

Fashion & Shopping

Sydney offers visitors unsurpassed shopping experience. You'll have fun stocking up on the latest boots, party frocks or jewelleries in stylish shopping centres and boutiques across the city. Shopping at an outdoor market is where you'll pick up great vintage or the next hot fashion name.

Highlight: Take the time to discover Sydney’s market such as:

  • Carriageworks Farmers Market
  • The Rocks Markets
  • Paddington Markets
  • Bondi Markets
  • Sydney Fish Market


Sydney: Beach lifestyle

Beach Lifestyle

Some of Sydney's best beaches are within a 10 km radius from the city centre. Explore the popular city beaches of Bondi or Manly, go further afield to Sydney’s Northern Beaches or discover some hidden beach gems. No matter where you choose to visit, you’re sure to find cosy waterside dining, stunning coastal scenery, great shopping and a vibrant nightlife.

Highlight: Go for a surf or swim in some of these famous Sydney beaches:

  • Bondi Beach
  • Palm Beach
  • Manly Beach
  • Coogee Beach
  • Cronulla Beach
Sydney: Family Holidays

Harbours of Sydney

Languish in bliss while you soak up the sun aboard the relaxing harbour cruise or on a luxurious yacht along one of the most stunning waterways of the world. It’s a great way to see magnificent sights of Sydney. Harbour Bridge Climb offers the ultimate experience of Sydney with 3 1/2 hour guided climbs to the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, day and night.

  • Sydney Opera House
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge
  • Circular Quay
  • The Rocks
  • Darling Harbour
Sydney: Quadbike

Sydney’s Surrounds

From pristine beaches to wineries and awe-inspiring natural landscape, New South Wales is one of the most unique places in the world. Venture out of the city and discover Sydney’s beautiful surrounds.

  • Hunter Valley: Being the oldest wine regions in Australia, it’s not surprising that many of the world famous wines are produced from here, including the popular dry semilion and shiraz. You can even play golf and go hot air ballooning!
  • Blue Mountains: Less than 2 hours drive from downtown Sydney, this world heritage site houses millions years old limestone caves and countless eucalyptus trees that give off the blue-ish tinge in the mountains. Ride the skyway, cableway and railway to best explore the region.
  • Port Stephens:Fondly known as the dolphin capital of Australia, find over 150 bottlenose dolphins in this seaside town and you might even catch whales from May to November! For the adventurous souls, quad bike and sand board down massive sand dunes over 50metres tall right beside the sea.
  • Grand Pacific Drive:This delightful drive meanders through coastal rainforest, seaside towns and along a string of uncrowded beaches. At Jervis Bay, find the world’s whitest sand at Hyams Beach or join a dolphin watch cruise to see wild dolphins at play.

To find out more about what you can do in Sydney and New South Wales, visit   Destination NSW