Sydney is not just a city with great universities. It is also a city packed with attractions for people from all walks of life. As a student school work takes up most of your time. But if you spare just a few hours each week, you can discover some of the amazing attractions that Sydney has to offer you. Let’s take a look at nine of them below.

1. Sydney Opera House– Sydney’s most famous attraction is the Sydney Opera House. Apart from being a beautiful architectural wonder, this Opera house also includes a concert hall with excellent acoustics. You should definitely book ahead and take a tour of the Opera House, and even listen to some of the rehearsals that are held there.

2. Sydney Ferries– If you love the water, then you should take a ride on the Sydney Ferries. Not only are these ferries fun to ride on, but they also allow you to see different harbors and attractions around the city. Trust me, there is no mode of transportation as amazing and breathtaking as the ferries.

3. Sydney Festival– The Sydney Festival is held between the 7th and 26th of January. This festival is composed of a dazzling circus, great musical entertainment, contemporary dances, opera, theatre, and amazing visual arts. There is definitely something for everyone at this festival.

4. Shark Island– Located in Sydney Harbor, Shark Island is the perfect place to relax after a stressful semester. This beautiful island has spectacular terrain, as well as hand built grottos and tidepool animals.

5. The Rocks– The Rocks is perhaps Sydney’s most historically rich area. Once the home of the Aboriginal people, and later a settlement for European convicts, this site is made up of over 100 historical sites, art galleries, shops, and a museum.

6. Bondi Beach– If you want to relax, you can head out to one of Sydney’s many beaches. Bondi beach in particular is popular for its surfing, backpacking, sculptures, and great white shark sitings. 

7. Luna Park Sydney– If you want to get your heart pumping, then head over to one of the many rides found at Luna Park Sydney. This amusement park is known for its excellent entertainment, making it the perfect weekend hang out for you and your friends.

8. Kings Cross– Kings Cross does not have an excellent reputation due to its ‘red light’ nature. However, if you head over to this district during the day, you will be surprised to see amazing restaurants populated by foodies, backpackers, and students. It’s the perfect place for rest and relaxation.

9. Taronga Zoo– If you love animals, then you should make your way to Taronga Zoo. This lively zoo is home to a wide array of local and exotic animals, and it also has special events such as the summer concert series and the overnight zoo experience. Taronga Zoo is also home to a seal show, koala encounter, and lemur adventure park. 

As you can see, there are plenty of attractions for students studying in Sydney. The attractions given above offer different experiences for your different interests, and best of all they are affordable for you. So get out of your dorm room and explore the city around you. Thousands of booksellers - millions of books.

2 comments on “The 9 Must-See Attractions for Students in Sydney

  • My little sister loves Taronga Zoo so much that she insisted on visiting the zoo three times last summer vacation. I look at her and reminisce the good time when I was a child and I usually went there with my dad. My dad he just looks like a papa bear and his favorite drink is also something relevant with honey like a peach honey tea lol.
    I am not really keen on listening to opera but Sydney Opera House is absolutely my favorite stop at all time when I visit this city.

  • Nice. These places attract tourists from everywhere. I suppose it must be always crowded with people. I really need a post which could show how to get to these place.
    Thanks for idea,I would love to visit The Rocks because I think it’s the most unique stop for a Literature student like me.

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