Sydney Australia Guide for Campers


Sydney is Australia’s most populated and largest city. It is located on Australia’s South-east coast of the Tasman Sea. The vibrant city, sparkles day and night. Sydney replaces stress with adventure and with the historical sight seeing centers. There is no had time to visit since the weather is favoring all year round with no extremes.

Do a Sydney Bridge climb

One of the most exciting ways to see Sydney is through the Sydney Bridge climb. Sydney Bridge climb lets one Climb Australia’s most famous landmark, the Sydney Harbor bridge. Views of Sydney and the harbor are spectacular. Whatever time of the day, one is able to see the sun rise up over Sydney and see the sun set over Sydney Harbor or watch the city lights shine. It is not only sight seeing but an adventure where one can go over 1500 meters of steel.

Sight seeing is not limited to such as Sydney historical Rocks, Darling Harbor and Sydney Harbor Bridge precinct, the beautiful beaches such as Manly and Bondi Beach are also scenic sights that are breath taking. The beauty and fresh air in the sites gives a strong sense of relaxation.

Discover the amazing Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley is a two hour smooth drive north west of Sydney. There are stunning gardens in many homes in the Hunter Valley. There is also a 25 hectares internationally acclaimed flora at the Hunters Valley Gardens which includes glorious topiary trees and the largest rose garden in the Southern Hemisphere. The Hunter Valley has first class wineries such as Lindemans Winery. The Hunter Valley is also known for its evergreen surrounding.

Camp the Blue Mountains national Park

the blue mountains

Rainforest, Canyons and tall forests make up the Blue Mountains. There are outstanding landscapes such as Jenolan caves, Grand Arch, the three sisters, Hanging Rock, Anvil Rock and Twin Falls and a stunning sight over the Grose Valley. Bush Walking, 4 wheel drive touring, and viewing wildlife such as parrots, kangaroos,koalas and kookaburras are trendy activities in the Blue Mountains. Guided caving to the Jenolan caves is also a popular activity.

Port Stephens is located 2 and a half hours north of Sydney. It is a coastal sanctuary where the country meets the sea, a sight to behold. It makes an outstanding blue water gateway. Dolphin and whale watching are among the breathtaking activities here. Make sure you bring a quality camera to shot videos or pictures and remember drones or UAV’s are not allowed in Australian’s national parks! More on drone Legislation here amateursdedrones.

Sydney is indeed a great place to visit. There are many scenic sights that always make one forget their troubles and be engulfed in the beauty of what nature has to offer!