Sydney / Greater Sydney

Sydney / Greater Sydney

The Emerald City

Things To See & Do

Sydney City

  • Cockatoo Island
  • Fort Denison
  • Luna Park
  • Sydney Opera House
  • Taronga Zoo
  • The Museum of Sydney
  • Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
  • Australian National Maritime Museum
  • Sydney Wildlife World

Manly & Northern Beaches

  • Surf City
  • Cafes, waterside wine bars & restaurants

Bondi & Surrounds

  • Cafe culture
  • World famous beach
  • People watching at Paddington Markets

Sydney West

  • Wet & Wild
  • Historic Windsor & Wisemans Ferry
  • Museum of Fire
  • Old Government House

Fast Facts

  • 21 holiday parks in this region
  • 9 holiday parks with swimming pools
  • 9 dog friendly holiday parks
  • 9 dump points
  • 10 waterfront holiday parks

Find a Holiday Park

307-309 Cattai Road, Cattai NSW 2756
71 Francis Street, Richmond NSW 2753
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319 Mona Vale Road, Terrey Hills NSW 2084
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217 Commercial Road, Vineyard NSW 2765
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2 Alwyn Avenue, Wallacia NSW 2745
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742 Tizzana Road, Sackville NSW 2756
6-22 Tench Avenue, Penrith NSW 2750
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91-95 MacKellar Street, Emu Plains NSW 2750
713 Hume Highway, Bass Hill NSW 2197
13 Plassey Road, North Ryde NSW 2113
269 New Line Road, Dural NSW 2158
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88 Bryant Street, Rockdale NSW 2216
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Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Ku-ring-gai NSW 2541
1 Menai Road, Woronora NSW 2232
505 Pitt Town Bottoms Road, Pitt Town NSW 2756
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7123 Wisemans Ferry Road, Gunderman NSW 2775
21 Macarthur Road, Camden NSW 2570
1458 Burragorang Road, Oakdale NSW 2570
3008 River Road, Wisemans Ferry NSW 2775
233 Morgans Road, Mount White NSW 2250
38 Lake Park Road, North Narrabeen NSW 2101
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Major Destinations

Just 55 km north of Sydney, the winding estuary of the Hawkesbury River feels a world away. Surrounded by steep, forested slopes, the serene bays and inlets along the Hawkesbury River provided an enclave for early settlers and are still dotted with a hidden legacy of sandstone ruins, historic cottages and convict trails. Today the area offers a bounty of areas to escape to, relax in and explore. It is the ideal location for a riverside holiday or weekend escape.

The best way to enjoy the river is, naturally, on the expansive, tranquil waterway. You’ll also find bushwalking, picnic spots and even canoeing and mountain bike trails in the region’s national parks and reserves.

Things to See & Do

  • Explore The River
  • Food & Wine
  • Wiseman Ferry Crossing

North of Sydney Harbour you will find an area known for beautiful beaches, gorgeous bushwalks and a host of family activities.

You’ll find the famous Manly Beach and Palm Beach, bookending a beautiful stretch of coastline known as the Northern Beaches, including Dee Why, Curl Curl and Narrabeen. This area offers great surf beaches, cliff-top walks, and alfresco dining options.

Things to See & Do

  • Manly
  • Palm Beach
  • Great Surfing

Take a stroll down one of many beautiful beaches in Sydney’s south. Follow walking trails along the rugged coastline of Kamay Botany Bay National Park or in the beautiful Royal National Park, one of the world’s oldest national parks. Along the way, watch for native flora and fauna on rock platforms in sand dunes and freshwater streams.

Dramatic cliff tops that you can explore on foot, sprawling white beaches, lush rainforest and historic landmarks make this a fascinating part of Sydney to visit year-round. Beachside suburbs include Cronulla, Maroubra and Malabar. On the edge of Royal National Park, you’ll also find Bundeena, just a short ferry ride from Cronulla.

In the Sutherland Shire, Cronulla Beach is one of Sydney’s icons and an ideal place for a short getaway. Alongside the extensive stretch of sand is a buzzing cafe and restaurant scene, perfect for a hot coffee or leisurely lunch.

As you head inland from the city centre to the foothills of the Blue Mountains, you’ll uncover plenty of things to see and do in Sydney’s West.