The Best Tourist Destinations Near Sydney Before Summer Ends

urban setting in SydneyAustralians only have a few weeks left before they say goodbye to the summer season, although finding a good place to enjoy the sun will not be that hard in March.

The best part of it requires you to spend only a few hours of travel time to reach these destinations. If you are coming from Sydney, a coach charter service serves as a good option for those travelling in groups.

Best Destinations

It will take you about an hour to reach Bundeena in New South Wales from Sydney’s central business district. The place is known for its scenic views while walking along coastal bushlands. Some of the attractions include the Indigenous Dharawal’s engravings between Jibbon Beach and Port Hacking Point, otherwise known as the Art Trail.

A trip to the Three Sisters will take more or less than 1.5 hours. The place informally derived its name from the well-known rock formation of the Blue Mountains. Most tourists visit this place because of its scenery that is best appreciated when driving to Katoomba’s Echo Point.

Popular Sights

Do you snap a photo and then post it on social media? According to a Hotels.com analysis, art galleries in Sydney comprised the top choice for visitors that want to brag about their travel experience online.

Surprisingly, the Sydney Opera House was not in the top five. After art galleries, Mrs Macquarie’s Chair ranked as the next top choice. Sydney Kings, Circular Quay and Sydney Harbour completed the top five based on the analysis. It based its findings on a collection of photos, hashtags, and geo-locations from social media websites.

Summer is about to end, but it does not mean that you should already postpone your travel plans until the next one. With so many good places to see, where do you plan to go this month?