The Tax Summit

Destination Sydney



A city that dazzles both day and night, Sydney is not only home to one of the world’s most beautiful natural harbours. The unique balance between business and pleasure makes it the perfect destination to explore.

Get prepared for your visit to Sydney with this guide of essentials, including travel tips and climate.

Destination Sydney



A city that dazzles both day and night, Sydney is not only home to one the world’s most beautiful natural harbours. The unique balance between business and pleasure makes it the perfect destination to explore.

Get prepared for your visit to Sydney with this guide of essentials, including travel tips and climate.

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What to do

The list of things to do in Sydney is endless! With so much to see and do, it’s hard to know where to start.

Here are the top 10 must dos to check off your list.

There’s also no shortage of free things to do across the city. From coastal walks and galleries, to festivals and iconic attractions, when you visit Sydney, you’ll never be stuck for something to do or somewhere new to explore.

Our recommendations:

Queen Victoria Building – for some retail therapy

Museum of Contemporary Art – for your cultural fix

A CBD or coastal walk – so many choices, find out more

Wining and dining

With its multicultural flair, Sydney is easily one of the world's great dining destinations. Treat yourself to the best food and wine, served in stunning locations around the city.

Our recommendations:

Quay Restaurant – one of Australia's most celebrated restaurants

Bennelong – Sydney Opera House Restaurant

Hubert – superb French cuisine in the heart of downtown Sydney

or nearby Lumi, Momofuko Seibo

Find out more about some of Sydney's best eats

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Getting around

Getting into and around Sydney is easy. With some simple pointers, you'll be well on your way to navigating the city like a local.

From buses and ferries, to light rail and trains, access to the ICC is simple and easy.

Plan you trip here with Transport NSW.

Beyond Sydney

If you’re keen to explore beyond the city, why not venture out to a region nearby.

Our recommendations:

Enjoy Manly like a local

Take a day trip to the Blue Mountains

Spend a relaxing weekend in the Hunter Valley region

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The Darling Harbour Precinct

From iconic architecture and award winning restaurants, to world class events and retail spaces, this vibrant district offers a diverse cultural blend of endless opportunities to explore.

Things to do

Whether taking a leisurely sunset cruise, strolling through a museum or looking for some family fun, there's plenty to do in the Darling Harbour precinct.

Our recommendations:

Explore Darling Square – world-class dining, lane way bars and major education and cultural institutions.

A harbour cruise – what better way to see Sydney that on the water

Australian Maritime Museum – a great day for the family

More information.

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Dine in Darling Harbour

Whatever your taste, fine-dining or casual bistro, you'll be spoiled for choices to awaken your culinary senses.

Our recommendations:

Atelier by Sofitel – French inspired dining with locally sourced produce

Cafe del Mar – surrounded by panoramic water views

Planar Bar & Restaurant – a one of a kind waterfront destination

More information.

Precinct Art

During your stay, make sure you take a walk around the transformed precinct and take a look at some of the stunning new architecture that has sprung up over recent years.

There is some great public art nearby too, take a moment to explore these interpretive works that seek to communicate, educate and engage the public.

More information.

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