Although Australia is young compared to some other countries in the world, it is rich with history and home to one of the oldest cultures in the world, the Indigenous Australians,

Sydney is a city full of natural wonder and beauty, from its luxuriously pure beach shores to its wild bushlands filled with amazing and exotic creatures big and small in stark contrast to its glamorous urban city centre.

Check out some of the best natural wonders in Sydney below,

Best natural wonders in #Sydney

The Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains in Australia

The Three Sisters overlooking Jamison Valley, Blue Mountains, NSW. Image credit-

The Blue Mountains are a huge tourist attraction in Sydney. A favourite with nature lovers, adventure seekers and families, the Blue Mountains has one of the most amazing views in the world. Visitors of all ages can enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the tablelands by cable car or the world-renowned scenic railway. There are also several bushwalks in the region so you can get up close and personal with the historic area.

Burragorang State Conservation Area

Burragorang state conservation area, Australia


The Burragorang State Conservation Area is one of Sydney’s best national parks and is the source of 80% of Sydney’s water. Found on the Blue Mountains escarpment, you can soak up of the amazing natural beauty from the Burragorang lookout point above the Warragamba Dam with a chance to see some of Australia’s famous wildlife. There are also quiet lanes for bike riding and a great picnic spot.

Bradleys Head

Bradleys Head amphitheatre, Sydney, Australia

Bradleys Head amphitheatre

Bradleys Head is well-known for its picturesque views of the famous Sydney waterfront, where you can get a spectacular view of the iconic Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Fort Denison. There’s also ideal picnic spots by the lookout and events on at the Bradleys Head Amphitheatre and a gentle bushwalk from Taronga Zoo Wharf to Chowder Bay that is perfect for adventurers of all ages.

Bare Island Fort

Bare Island Fort, Sydney, Australia

Bare Island Fort

Australian legend Captain Cook first discovered what we now know as Bare Island in 1770 before a fort was made to protect Sydney in the early 1880’s. The Bare Island Fort stayed in operation until 1908 before becoming home to Australia’s war veterans. The island boasts idyllic views of La Perouse and the surrounding areas are popular with scuba divers and snorkelers across New South Wales.

Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk



A firm tourist favourite, the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk is one of the most stunning trails in the world. The walk is 6km long and takes roughly two hours to finish at a leisurely pace, but there are numerous cafes, bars and restaurants to stop off at along the way before ending the trip at the fabulous Coogee beach. The walk passes Tamarama, Bronte and Maroubra before finishing up at Coogee, and depending on the season there is a chance to see some cool art at the Sculpture by The Sea exhibition in between Bondi and Tamarama.

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