Sydney is the harbour city with some of the world’s most recognisable landmarks. The Opera House is at the top of every visitor’s itinerary, but you’ll discover Sydney’s true charm when you start to explore the city’s local hangouts and coastal beaches. Here are few reasons why we should be packing up and moving down under.
Editor’s note: These spots are all taken directly from travelstoke®, a new app from Matador that connects you with fellow travelers and locals, and helps you build trip itineraries with spots that integrate seamlessly into Google Maps and Uber. Download the app to add any of the spots below directly to your future trips.
Cronulla BeachCronulla, AustraliaEvery morning is a new beginning. We make the choices. Let’s have a great day. #sunrise #seascape #seascapephotography #ocean #sky #sydney #australia #ilovesydney #cronulla #swim
Bondi Icebergs ClubBondi, AustraliaI just finished a new video highlighting the “Best Beaches in Sydney” and the famous Bondi Beach and Icebergs pool were edged out by another amazing stretch of sand in the city!!
Watch the video now at YouTube.com/tourist2townie #bondi #beach #australia #sydney
Lilyvale, Royal National Park
Lilyvale In The Royal National ParkLilyvale, AustraliaGot lucky with a gorgeous day ! Incredible to have my two friends out from California for a little adventure in the park. This shot is facing south down the seemingly infinite New South Wales coast line.
Mrs Macquarie’s Chair
Sydney Opera House
Royal Botanic Gardens
The University of Sydney
The University of SydneyCamperdown, Australia#myoldcollege#stjohns
St John’s College, or the College of St John the Evangelist, is a residential college within the University of Sydney.
Established in 1857, the college is the oldest Roman Catholic, and second-oldest overall, university college in Australia. St John’s is a co-educational community of 252 undergraduate and postgraduate students.