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Don’t Miss Chicago The Musical at Capitol Theatre Sydney 2024

As the largest city in Australia, Sydney boasts plenty to see and do for tourists. Renowned throughout the world for its stunning harbour and iconic landmarks, Sydney’s attractions are an almost endless collection of natural beauty and urban bustle. Regardless of what you are after, you’ll find plenty to see, do and eat during your stay. Enjoy Sydney’s charm and culture with our selection of 2024’s best tourist attractions in Sydney.

Sydney Fish Market is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. It is a seafood lover’s paradise offering fresh catches, delectable eats and a vibrant, bustling atmosphere on the waterfront.

In the heart of Sydney stands the Queen Victoria Building (QVB), a true architectural masterpiece originally constructed in the late 19th century. This iconic building has evolved into a shopping destination that transcends time in the centre of Sydney city.

The Powerhouse Museum is acknowledged internationally for the calibre of its collection, scholarship and exhibitions. Showcasing Sydney’s cultural gem, science, design, technology, and innovation with interactive exhibits, and engaging displays.

Paddy’s Markets in Haymarket, Sydney in Australia’s original Market boasting products as varied as fruit vegetables, clothing, flowers, homewares, sunglasses and jewellery.

Dive into aquatic bliss at the Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre in Ultimo. Names after the Olympic swim legend, it offers aquatic as well as other fitness facilities for the entire family.

Set against the scenic backdrop of Darling Harbour, the Australian National Maritime Museum is more than a mere collection of artifacts, this nautical gem takes you on a captivating journey through seafaring history with a touch of contemporary flair.

The Sydney Lyric Theatre at The Star in Sydney is an entertainment venue that stands as a cornerstone of the city’s vibrant arts scene. Opened its doors in 1997, the theatre has become synonymous with world-class productions, hosting a myriad of musicals, plays and live performances.