Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. It is considered as a gateway to Australia for many international visitors.
Sydney is also considered as the second home of many Filipinos for years. The number of overseas-born Filipinos living in Australia has increased from 171,233 (2011 census) to 246,400.
For sure, if you’re one of the Filipinos living in Sydney, you’ve already seen their incredible landscapes and tourist spots. And if you’ll have some Pinoy guest from another city or country, you’re probably thinking where can you bring them to show the beauty of Sydney.
Luckily, we have a list of activities and places where you can bring your Pinoy guest!
Climb The Harbour Bridge
Sydney Harbour is known to be one of the most beautiful natural harbors in the world. Of course, this is the first place where you should bring your guest.
Who wouldn’t want to see the sparkling blue waters, iconic attractions, hidden beaches, gardens, islands, and heritage that Sydney offers?
If you want to see its beauty in a bird’s eye view, you and your guest can climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb or fly in a seaplane from Rose Bay.
Every weekend is the best time to go to these markets. After climbing the bridge, you can now go under the bridge where the markets are located.
Kirribilli Markets is a great market for picking up gifts and “pasalubong” for your family and friends. These markets sell everything from crafts to pre-loved fashion.
Get tanned at Palm Beach
Besides from Palm Beach’s clear blue waters, you’ll enjoy a fun range of water sports, ferry rides, romantic cruises, and waterside restaurants.
You and your guest can also join the EcoTreasures for the Hidden Treasures cultural and nature tour.
Brunch In Bondi
You can’t miss Bondi while you’re in Sydney. Any overseas visitor will be dying to see Bondi Beach and its perfect landscapes.
Go and bring your guest at the Bondi Beach and eat some brunch while enjoying the sight.
Old Boozers in The Rocks
Lastly, don’t forget to bring your Pinoy guests to some of Sydney’s pubs, especially the old school ones on The Rocks.
You can head to The Glenmore for rooftop views and Fortune Of War, Sydney’s oldest pub.
These are only a few of the many places where you can bring your Pinoy guest in Sydney. But these are the best starter tour to show the true beauty and iconic heritage of Sydney.