Have you ever wondered what to do on a night out? When you’re in Sydney there will never be a moment to think about that but instead you’ll be wondering how to do it all. If you’re ever in the city, you have complete assurance that there will never be a dull or idle moment. The perfect weekend getaway for me includes visiting the Royal Botanic Gardens, unwind at Bondi beach, enjoy some art collections at White Rabbit, and top it off with a Sydney harbour dinner cruise.
A Dinner Cruise In Sydney
With all the activities that Sydney has in store, this Sydney dinner cruise is one of the best things you can do when in the city. The three hour dinner cruise is a relaxing experience. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy a delicious meal and marvel at the breathtaking views. This is one of the best waterfront dining experiences and should be on the top of your to-do list. The cruise is a budget-friendly and also, tourist-friendly multimillion dollar catamaran. The unique stylings of this vessel is one of it’s key defining features. The cruise offers a platform to take beautiful pictures of iconic landmarks of Sydney like the Harbour bridge, Opera House, Luna Park, and more. The panoramic windows on the dining deck helps you to get a closer look at these places while onboard the cruise. The freshly prepared menu is not to be forgotten. Another feature is the fact that they serve an unlimited all roving, banquet menu along with the upgradable packages. The excellent quality of service with the individual reserved seating makes you feel right at home. I can keep going on about how amazing this Sydney Harbour dinner cruise is because that is how epic this experience was so, don’t miss your chance!
Plan A Visit To The Royal Botanic Gardens
If you’re a nature lover then you’ll fall in love with the Royal Botanic Gardens. This was established back in the 1800s and is one of the oldest botanic gardens in the Southern Hemisphere. It is also an important scientific institution. The garden is open every day of the year and also has free access which means that there is no entry fee. The remarkable location of the gardens by the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge secures that it is one the most visited attractions in Sydney. The most noticeable feature is the layout of the entire structure. You will notice different areas like the Middle garden, the Lower garden, the Palace lawn and more, which are all significant to an important stage in the Garden’s development. The magnitude of the beauty of all the floral species and varieties present there will leave you speechless. It is the perfect mix of history, culture, nature and art, all encapsulated in one place.
Enjoy Contemporary Art At White Rabbit
A contemporary art museum which is located in the inner parts of Sydney home to 21st century Chinese art. This self-funded, non-profit gallery founded by Judith Neilson is now one of the largest collections of contemporary Chinese art in the world. The journey from Judith discovering similar work at an exhibition to her renovating and making her own gallery to showcase all such artwork is now paying off tremendously. There is not a single person who won’t feel grateful for the existence of this amazing gallery. This is a wonderful cultural space which does not require any fee for entry. This helps emphasise the importance of art and culture in the society.
Going on a trip to Sydney will be the best decision ever made. There is not a single regrettable moment. Exploring beautiful locations and discovering new places is a part of Sydney’s charm and try not to miss out on it!