The Langham, Sydney

89-113 Kent Street 
Sydney,  NSW 2000
Australia

Circular Quay

The founding site of Australia, Circular Quay at Sydney Cove is where ferries for Manly, Watsons Bay, Mosman and Taronga Park Zoo set sail. On the northern side is Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Rocks. A walkway leads around the cove to the south where the Sydney Opera House sits beside the Royal Botanic Gardens.
 

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The world's largest steel arch bridge, the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened on 19th March 1932.

In 1998, BridgeClimb was launched allowing adventurous tourists and locals to scale to the apex of the bridge and take in the spellbinding view of the entire harbour. As impressive as it is enchanting, from on high or on solid ground, Sydney Harbour Bridge remains an enduring Australian symbol.

 
 

The Rocks

The 'Outdoor Museum' that is The Rocks also serves as a vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment hub with craft boutiques, art galleries and historic pubs dotted along the cobblestone lanes. By night, al fresco restaurants entice guests with their varied menus and mesmerising harbour views. Each weekend over 100 charming stalls make up The Rocks Market, providing the perfect place to pick up a quirky, fun gift.

 
 

The Rocks Markets

Each weekend over 100 charming stalls make up The Rocks Market, providing the perfect place to pick up a quirky, fun gift.
 

Sydney Opera House

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Sydney Opera House is one of the world's most famous performing arts centres. Opened in 1973, the centre hosts over 1,500 performances each year and is home to Opera Australia, The Australian Ballet, the Sydney Theatre Company, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and numerous visiting companies.

 
 

Royal Botanic Gardens

An enchanting green park at the edge of Sydney's popular Circular Quay, the Botanic Gardens are as historic as they are beautiful. In 1817, Charles Fraser, the city's first Colonial Botanist, was based here, collecting and studying plants, making the gardens the oldest scientific institution in the country.


 
 

Sydney Aquarium

At SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, you'll get to venture through 14 newly-themed zones including a new Shark Walk, a tropical Bay of Rays, an interactive Discovery Rockpool, Mangrove Swamps, a shipwreck and the new ocean tunnel walk-through - Shark Valley!

Along the way you'll encounter some of the world's most incredible animals, including the bizarre but beautiful dugongs - 2 of only 5 on display anywhere in the world - huge sharks, massive stingrays, majestic turtles, jellyfish, platypuses, penguins, sea dragons, thousands of tropical fish, enormous crabs and much, much more.

 

Darling Harbour

There are plenty of things to do for the whole family at Darling Harbour, with so many of Sydney's attractions to choose from. There's hands-on fun, fabulous worlds to explore and open areas to run free.

Get up close to Australia's extraordinary undersea creatures at Sydney Aquarium, one of the largest aquariums in the world. Catch a movie on the big screen at IMAX Theatre. Discover the history and the stories of the seas at the Australian National Maritime Museum and visit the Powerhouse Museum-home to Australian history and culture.

Take a walk on the wild side at Sydney Wildlife World. You'll discover nine unique Australian habitats-from a spectacular rainforest to the iconic red centre-showcasing more than 6,000 of Australia's furry, scaly, hairy and spiky creatures.

Star City Casino offers a range of activities. The Lyric Theatre has presented a wide range of leading local and international entertainment events since 1997. You can also experience one of Sydney's finest international or local shows at the Star Theatre.

For a change of pace, escape to a tranquil oasis in the heart of the city at the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Take a journey through the winding pathways and experience the serenity of the garden's traditional pavilions, lakes and waterfalls.

Take a cruise on Sydney Harbour, get a bird's eye view from Sydney's Monorail or just stroll along the foreshore of Cockle Bay. Darling Harbour is a great place to simply take time out.

Along with a program of fantastic free Sydney entertainment every week, Darling Harbour hosts six free major annual events including the stunning Australia Day spectacular, the Latin American-inspired Fiesta, a Jazz & Blues Festival and the Hoopla acrobatic and street theatre festival.

 

Madame Tussauds Sydney

Step into the world of celebrity with over 70 of the world's best known personalities, our very own Aussie stars and a range of fun interactive experiences at Madame Tussauds Sydney.  You can get on stage with pop stars, rub shoulders with the most powerful politicians, and even test your sporting skills against the greats. With a whole host of stars, legends and interactive experiences, Madame Tussauds Sydney really does add up to a red hot outing where the whole family can meet, greet, chat up, debate, hug and sing with their favourite celebrity. 

 

WILD LIFE Sydney

WILD LIFE Sydney - the Australian animal adventure in the heart of the city.

Step into an animal adventure as you journey around Australia. Walk through iconic Australian habitats and encounter some of the most loved, feared and unique animals.

Wonder at Australia's largest snake, and become absorbed in the colourful, beautiful world of butterflies. Meet cute and cuddly koalas at Gum Tree Valley, or have your photo taken with them at Koala Encounters. Come face to face with Rex, our huge Saltwater Crocodile, in Kakadu Gorge, or lose yourself in the Daintree Rainforest, home to the world's most dangerous bird, the Southern Cassowary. Take a hop back in time with wallabies and wombats at Wallaby Cliffs and travel to The Outback to walk amongst the kangaroos and emus. Then, open your eyes to the wonderful world after dark at Nightfall.

WILD LIFE Sydney features interactive displays, inspiring and entertaining daily keeper talks and enhanced walk-through habitats including Koala Encounters, The Outback and Butterfly Tropics. With a huge range of unique and legendary Australian animals, WILD LIFE Sydney is THE Australian animal adventure. WILD LIFE Sydney is located in the heart of the city, at Aquarium Wharf, Darling Harbour. Open Daily from 9am, last admissions at 5pm. 

 

Pitt Street Mall

Pitt Street Mall is the pedestrianised section of Pitt Street in the Sydney CBD, Australia. It is one block long between Market Street and King Street and is one of Australia's busiest and most cosmopolitan shopping precincts.

Despite its small size, it hosts many flagship chain stores and more than 500 specialty stores. It is one of Sydney's main shopping streets, and floorspace rents are correspondingly the highest in Australia, and the fourth highest in the world in terms of city streets. In addition, CBRE rated Pitt Street Mall as the second most expensive street for retail rents in the world second to only New York City's Fifth Avenue.