Sydney, the city that's home to the famous Opera house, buzzing food culture and the stunning Bondi Beach. If you decide to Hire A Campervan in Sydney, then you are in the right place. We have a whole list of Motorhome Rental Providers such as Britz, Jucy Rentals, Maui, Mighty, Apollo and many more. You might want to go all out and rent a luxury Winnebago Motorhome and travel in style or you may just want a simple 2 person campervan, its your choice.
Sydney has so much more to offer and is full of hidden treasures you would never even think of coming across. So, why not get out in your RV and discover the wonderful sights this iconic place has to offer.
The host city of the 2000 Olympics, Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales and has a population of just under 5 million. Sydney city is located on the beautiful Sydney Harbour where you will find the impressive, postcard-perfect Harbour Bridge and Opera House. If you are ever lucky enough to fly into Sydney from the north, you will have to agree that Sydney Harbour is one of the most beautiful in the world.
Sydney is one of the most multicultural cities in Australia and is also classified as one of the most multicultural cities in the world. This has provided a dynamic array of cuisines, entertainment and sites to discover.
Thinking of heading up north in your motorhome, then be sure you know your distances and of course the temperatures in the summertime.
Sydney is the city that never sleeps in Australia. Not only is there an absolute overabundance of activities and attractions during the day, the nightlife in Sydney is also just as plentiful. There is no shortage of pubs, bars, cafes, restaurants, discos and nightclubs for those of you who love the nightlife. Or if you are totally seeking adventure, you can venture up William Street in the city into Kings Cross which is home to adult entertainment and is a party goer's paradise.
Once you're all partied out, you can slip down to Woolloomooloo to Harry's Cafe de Wheels, which is open 24 hours a day, for an Aussie meat pie with mushy peas.
For those seeking more daylight activities, there are way too many things to list, but here are a few to add to your Sydney bucket list. Firstly, a drive out to Bondi Beach, 10 kilometres from the city centre, is well worth it. Bondi is a great place to learn to surf as it is a calm, protected beach and there are several surf schools about. In Summer, volunteer lifesavers patrol the beach to make sure tourists and all swimmers are safe and can enjoy the water to the fullest.
Following a visit to Bondi, be sure to make time to see Darling Harbour, The Rocks, Luna Park, Queen Victoria Building, Taronga Park Zoo, the Sydney Aquarium and Centrepoint Tower.
Two top recommendations if you'd like to sample some of Australia's finest beers and watch the world go by, would have to be either the Watson Bay Hotel or the Newport Arms Hotel located on the northern beaches of Sydney.
Sydney also has some of the finest restaurants in the world, such as Neil Perry's Rockpool Bar and Grill, Tetsuya Wakuda's Tetsuya's, Peter Gilmore's Quay and Mark Best's Marque. Although, for an absolute spectacular view of Sydney Harbour at night, the freshest seafood and an enormous wine menu, Aqua Dining located above the North Sydney Olympic Pool in Milson's Point is divine.
Sydney's days are lovely and sunny. You'll generally find less rain in Spring as it is the driest season and average Spring temperatures are between 13°C at night to 22°C in the day. Summer is always a favourite time for locals and tourists to visit as it provides hot, beautiful beach weather. If you're more into activities like bush walking or activities other than beach visits, Winter or Autumn could be better times to visit as it is cooler then with perfect sightseeing temperatures.