Encountering Vivid Sydney, NSW in Winter

Ever wondered how to maximize your holiday in Sydney & Surrounds in Winter? Curious what’s the fuss about with Vivid Sydney? Through this story, you will get to know about a rustic adventure in this destination that’s regularly voted the best world’s city for its natural beauty, iconic artsy landmarks and spectacular harbor! Stay ahead knowing what to do in Sydney & Surrounds during winter and witness their unique combination of cosmopolitan and coastal lifestyle over a span of one week or check out our 4-Nights Vivid Sydney Special package, starting from SGD695*!

 

Day 1: Flight Departure

On the day of departure, I scurried along to spent some of my free time touring around Qantas Singapore Lounge before boarding my flight to Sydney with Qantas at 11.50pm.

Situated at Terminal 1, I found their dining experience very intriguing topped with excellency in service set in a local vibrant scene. You’ll have that luxury space in designated lounge area that allows you to relax before or after dining!

Say and bid goodbye to Singapore and boarded QF6! The flight from Singapore to Sydney takes approx. 8 hours. But my flight hours does seem shorter because if you’re flying with Qantas, regardless of seat class, your flight comes with food, drinks, generous luggage allowance and entertainment. So have no worries you’d be bored!

You’ll be spoilt for choices the moment you realize their “International Inflight Entertainment” offers vast selection of over 1500 entertainment options. From top and new releases movies, TV Programs, Music options, radio channels and even latest news!

Day 2: Black Star Pastry, Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney Tower Buffet & Vivid Sydney

This bakery features a contemporary yet innovative design of seating where it fits well either if you just want to have a quick catch up with friends, outing with families or even for a meeting appointment!

For coffee lovers, don't worry! Cos they offers amazing coffee and other choice of drinks as well from ice tea to milkshake.

Toast and breads are served too!

Freshly prepared tarts

Other than the must try Strawberry Melon Cake, we also ordered Raspberry & Lychee Cake. The taste? It's refreshing and decadent at the same time!

Fully satisfied with the Eclaire. So soft and the chocolate filling is just perfect.

Pistachio Lemon Zen Cake! The sweetness of the top layer of pistachio is balanced out with the lemon layer in the middle.

But still the Strawberry Melon Cake is my most favourite! The layered is very fresh, creamy and is not sweetness overload. This is definetely the winner! <3

Upon reaching Sydney around 10am, I made a transfer to our coach and adjourned to our first lunch stop at Black Star Pastry, Roseberry Branch! This bakery has two more branches: one at Newtown and one at George Street. So, let’s start lunching! Did you know that this bakery’s signature cake ‘Strawberry Watermelon Cake’ is Sydney’s most instagramm-ed cake ever? Enough said, we must try it and let you know! Topped with rose sprinkles and layered with almond dacquoise, light cream and a slice of cool watermelon and juicy strawberries, the dessert tasted so good!

For those who don’t like sweet tasting food, try the savory delicacies from gluten-free bread to vegan option such as salads!

Sydney's winter street leading us to Sydney Opera House!

Sydney's winter street leading us to Sydney Opera House!

Sydney's winter street leading us to Sydney Opera House!
Sydney's winter street leading us to Sydney Opera House!
Sydney Harbour Bridge, another Sydney's iconic landmarks!

Sydney Harbour Bridge, another Sydney's iconic landmarks!

Sydney Harbour Bridge, another Sydney's iconic landmarks!
Stunning Architecture. Stands in the centre of Sydney's city is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney

Stunning Architecture. Stands in the centre of Sydney's city is the cathedral church of the Roman Ca

It is definitely a thrilling experience when you’re at Sydney, much like those you had watching a live performance instead of watching videos. At Sydney Opera House, you’ll find a lot of bars and restaurants surrounding the Sydney Opera House with beautiful people around and a very good ambiance and Sydney culture is always interesting, I spotted a Japanese street artist who was working on his skills to draw Sydney Opera House to perfection!

I also enjoyed the view of Sydney Harbour Bridge, another Sydney’s iconic landmarks! And not too far away, I caught a glimpse of a stunning architecture. This historical building stands in the centre of Sydney’s city, renowned as the St Mary’s Cathedral Church and is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.

Bidding farewell to the SOH, it was time for the enchanting Royal Botanic Garden Sydney – a tranquil oasis to visit on the foreshore of one of the world’s greatest natural harbours. You’ll enjoy the spectacular views and don’t forget to take memorable photographs of Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, and Sydney Harbour Bridge and one of the best vantage points in Sydney, the Mrs Macquarie’s Chair.

Some photos I took from Royal Botanic Garden Sydney:

It was time for dinner and i ventured to Sydney Tower Buffet at Sydney Tower– a revolving restaurant in dark mahogany famous for the delicious buffet or dinner with the sweeping 360° views of the city skyline!

1,000 feet (305m) high on the city’s tallest building, the restaurant slowly rotates to provide a 360-degree view of Sydney!

First time to try the kangaroo meat cooked with 9 spizes! Hmm... Not to my liking 🙁

American glazed bbq pork belly!

The restaurant is located approx. 1,000 feet (305m) high on the city’s tallest building and i was delighted to be served with more than 50 freshly-prepared dishes on the buffet line including fresh seafood, Australian, Italian, Chinese, Japanese and Thai! It was also my first time to try the Kangaroo meat cooked in 9 spices! Although, well, it was not to my liking. But overall, the food was great, accompanied with the lovely ambience and of course, the glimpse of Vivid Lights from up high!

As the day was getting late, I checked into Rydges Sydney Central, my accommodation for the next 3 nights at Sydney. The exterior of the hotel was very pleasing and inviting. The room was clean, spacious and comfortable enough.

The view from my window! 

The view from my window! 

Nestled within walking distance to World Square and numerous restaurants and shops as well as a Coles Supermarket, this hotel is truly recommend for all age groups, whether is for group tours or free & easy travellers. And though the hotel is a bit far from The Rocks or Circular Quay, that’s the least to worry about because it is an easy walk to Central Station!

After a satisfying dinner, it was time for Vivid Sydney! For those who is new to Vivid Sydney, this spectacular event was held on 27 May – 18 June 2016. Widely known as the festival of lights, music and ideas, it was the largest event of its kind in Australia with a world-class line-up of light sculptures, concerts, idea exchanges and creative workshops and conferences.

At Vivid Sydney, I was mesmerized with the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, all lighted up with different light projections. Beautiful displays of art, colors and lights were also projected on the buildings align with this year’s theme ‘Paint the Town’ at Circular Quay. In addition to the awesome lights, there’s also musician randomly performing on the side of the streets!

Beautiful displays of art, colours and lights, projected on the buildings align with this year's theme 'Paint the Town' at Circular Quay!

Beautiful displays of art, colours and lights, projected on the buildings align with this year's the

The street lights. Awesome, right?

The street lights. Awesome, right?

The street lights. Awesome, right?
Stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge in Vivid Lights <3

Stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge in Vivid Lights <3

Stunning Sydney Harbour Bridge in Vivid Lights <3
In addition to the awesome lights, there's also musician randomly performing on the side of the streets

In addition to the awesome lights, there's also musician randomly performing on the side of the stre

Sydney's city lights

Sydney's city lights

I was like a small kid, jumping around, so excited to see all the beautiful lights and colours. Aesthetically pleasing and for the cost of $0, I experienced a night in wonderland! Lights off at 11pm and goes off for another year, but Vivid Sydney, you’ve been magical!

Day 3: Sydney HeliTours, Carriageworks Farmers Market, Darling Harbour, The Rocks Market & Taronga Zoo Sydney

Just when I thought nothing could surpass my expectation after last night, I ended up going for another type of Sydney experience – Sydney HeliTours!

I hop on the 7 seater helicopter and the staffs explained carefully in regards to the safety procedure before we took off. Lucky enough, I was seated next to the pilot!

Seconds after we fly off, i was amazed by the spectacular Sydney skyline! Had the privilege to see two Sydney’s most iconic landmarks: Sydney Opera House & Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1000ft above the ground! Which one of these would you pick as a postcard?

My first scenic heli-ride has been truly spectacular! It was an unforgettable 20 minutes ride over Sydney’s eastern coastline: Congee Beach, Bondi Beach and Manly Cove to Sydney’s iconic landmarks: aerial view of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge! And if you’re lucky enough, you’ll be seeing humpback whales near Bondi Beach as a bonus!

Soon arriving over the Harbour Bridge!

Soon arriving over the Harbour Bridge!

Soon arriving over the Harbour Bridge!
Soon arriving over the Harbour Bridge!
Flying over the Harbour Bridge and Opera House

Flying over the Harbour Bridge and Opera House

Flying over the Harbour Bridge and Opera House
We even managed to see rainbow as well <3

We even managed to see rainbow as well <3

Friendly pilot and very knowledgeable, with a great guided tour of the city, also a bonus of seeing humpback whales near Bondi beach, if you’re lucky enough!

Friendly pilot and very knowledgeable, with a great guided tour of the city, also a bonus of seeing

Friendly pilot and very knowledgeable, with a great guided tour of the city, also a bonus of seeing humpback whales near Bondi beach, if you’re lucky enough!
Friendly pilot and very knowledgeable, with a great guided tour of the city, also a bonus of seeing humpback whales near Bondi beach, if you’re lucky enough!
Friendly pilot and very knowledgeable, with a great guided tour of the city, also a bonus of seeing humpback whales near Bondi beach, if you’re lucky enough!
Awesome ride! Big thanks to Sydney Heli Tours!

Awesome ride! Big thanks to Sydney Heli Tours!

The waiting room!

The waiting room!

After the exciting Heli Tours, i was overwhelmed with the amazing New South Wales’s produce at the award-winning, Carriage works Farmers Market. With bustling with mix of local, tourist crowds, friendly stallholders and the smell of great local produce wafting through the air from cheese, nuts, bread stalls and flowers, this market is a must to visit in Sydney! Don’t forget to taste the famous Billy Kwong’s sensational steamed pork buns, the “Steamed Pork Bun in House Chilli”!

Don't forget to try the famous Billy Kwong's "Steamed Pork Bun in House Chilli" at Carriageworks Farmers Market, #Sydney! 💋

Don't forget to try the famous Billy Kwong's "Steamed Pork Bun in House Chilli" at Carriageworks Far

Say hi to Billy Kwong's wonderful dumplings with gingers and vinegars at

Say hi to Billy Kwong's wonderful dumplings with gingers and vinegars at

Say hi to Billy Kwong's wonderful dumplings with gingers and vinegars at
Say hi to Billy Kwong's wonderful dumplings with gingers and vinegars at
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket

From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, o

From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket
From 8am to 1pm every Saturday, find the amazing NSW produce, directly from growers and producers, only @carriageworksfarmersmarket

Then, I continued my day to Darling Harbour, an excellent place to visit and see the best of Sydney, Here’s a mandatory shot of Darling Harbour before visiting SEA Life Aquarium & Madame Tussauds Sydney.

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Darling Harbour

Madame Tussauds Sydney, SEA LIFE Sydney & Australian Wildlife are just located side by side at Darling Harbour. Due to time constraint, I only managed to visit Madame Tussauds and SEA LIFE Sydney. There’s so many exciting things to discover, yet there’s just too little time!

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Sea LIfe Aquarium Sydney

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is a great attraction to experience especially with kids. You will learn a lot of marine life while enjoying your time there. The display is lively, surreal and entertaining. You could also see hundreds of tiny fish, crabs and other sea creatures. Spot some pretty jellyfish in my photos? I had a joyful experience during my time spent indoor sheltered from the breeze for a while.

With life like figures and interactivity at every turn, you’ll meet world leaders, sports heroes, A-listers and music stars at the Madame Tussauds Sydney!

Let's run💃

Let's run💃

Taylor Swift!

Taylor Swift!

Life-size wax replicas of Rihanna!

Life-size wax replicas of Rihanna!

Be the queen for the day!

Be the queen for the day!

Be the queen for the day!

I then headed to Waterfront Restaurant at Circular Quay for lunch! Who doesn’t love comfort food with great atmosphere? You’ll see amazing Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House while having your lunch or dinner. See the DELICIOUS Seafood Platter! Bon appetite!

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Waterfront Restaurant, Circular Quay

After a satisfying meal, I walked to the charming The Rocks Markets! Opens every Saturday and Sunday and nestled only at the doorstep of the CBD, you’ll be genuinely surprised with the lovely atmosphere of the local pubs along with the colourful laneways and over 200 stalls of little street vendors selling dresses, bags, one-off jewellery to original artworks and prints.

I spent around 30 minutes strolling around, watching the street vendors showcasing their talents from paintings to handmade kangaroo souvenir made of quality wood. Keep a look out for Australian souvenirs to take home with you when you’re here!

The unique handmade jewellery!

The unique handmade jewellery!

The unique handmade jewellery!
The unique handmade jewellery!
Street vendors selling his authentic paintings.

Street vendors selling his authentic paintings.

Street vendors selling his authentic paintings.

If you’re craving for Asian comfort food, a visit to Fortune Village Chinese Restaurant is a must! Voted as TOP 20 Restaurants in Sydney by TripAdvisor, this restaurant serves fabulous and tasty Chinese food. Kudos to their brilliant service as well!

Brilliant service & fabulous food!

Brilliant service & fabulous food!

Brilliant service & fabulous food!
Appetizer consisting of Lamb, Chicken and Duck wrap

Appetizer consisting of Lamb, Chicken and Duck wrap

Later in the night, I made my way to Taronga Zoo Sydney as they were presenting “Be The Light for the Wild” at Taronga Zoo Sydney. This is the first year they has participated in Vivid, as part of the Zoo’s Centenary Celebrations. The zoo was transformed into a sparkling after-dark destination.

Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙

Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙

Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙
Who can resist this amazing lights? 💙

Vivid Sydney at Taronga Zoo Sydney includes ten giant animal multimedia light sculptures from elephant, spider, marine turtle to platypus. These animals represents the ten critical species from Australia and Sumatra that Taronga Zoo Sydney is committed to protecting. Here’s some photos, all lit-up for Vivid Sydney! Absolutely one of the best Vivid Experience for families!

Day 4: Australian Museums, Featherdale Wildlife Park, Blue Mountains, Bygone Beauty

Day 4 started with a stop to the oldest museum in Australia known as Australia National Museum after checking out from Rydges Sydney Central. The museum showcases some great exhibits of WILD PLANET where you can meet the nature’s giants with the likes of Asian Elephant and Giraffe. Dare yourself to come face-to-face with a Lion, Tiger and Bear! If you have soft spot for furry cuddly animals, see also the Australian Koala and be dazzled by massed displays of butterflies, beetles, and of course the dinosaurs, and it’s free admission for all year. Opens from 9am to 5pm, this museum appeals to adults and youngsters, definitely worth a visit of your time in Sydney!

Another historic attraction that is very popular is the Australian National Maritime Museum, also situated conveniently at Darling Harbour. You will retrace history of Australia’s navy when exploring a tall ship or submarine as this centre covers maritime collections, exhibitions, research and archaeology. You’ll appreciate the exhibits through story told from a local perspective, while enjoying hands-on experience of the submarine and destroyer!

Now that you’ve seen Australian history through artefacts and tours, you should watch the navy life in motion from cinematic to virtual reality tour. Known as Action Stations located at the Australian National Maritime Museum, this stop is an exciting new way to experience the navy’s history by watching a thrilling short film on a giant screen on the compelling history of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN)!

And have you been inside a submarine? I certainly have not until I got a chance to cross off my one of my bucket list in Sydney! Go on and fulfil your sense of curiosity, visit the secret world of submarine warfare brought exclusively to Australian National Maritime Museum. You can actually walk on board a real-life submarine, HMAS Onslow. Did you know this submarine was decommissioned in 1999, just weeks before coming to the museum?

Aboard a real-life submarine HMAS ONSLOW! We explore the secret world of submarine warfare. This submarine was decommissioned in 1999, just weeks before coming to the museum!

Aboard a real-life submarine HMAS ONSLOW! We explore the secret world of submarine warfare. This sub

Aboard a real-life submarine HMAS ONSLOW! We explore the secret world of submarine warfare. This submarine was decommissioned in 1999, just weeks before coming to the museum!

Later in the afternoon, I boarded our coach and Blue Mountains, here I come! I would spend my last 2 nights there. I was excited to see the breath-taking scenery of The Three Sisters and of course, to ride the Scenic Railway – the steepest railway in the world!

Blue Mountains is just an hour drive from Sydney city and an obvious stop to Featherdale Wildlife Park is an along your way to Blue Mountains is a must! After around 40 minutes’ drive, we stopped at Featherdale Wildlife Park. This park is the leading wildlife tourist attraction in Sydney which specialised in Australian native wildlife and birds! I spent few hours here, hand feeding a kangaroo, wallaby, emu and had a face-to-face encounter with the friendly cuddly koalas. I was treated to the sightings of birds too, from parrots, cockatoos to emu and even reptiles. It was worth every second of my time spent there!

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Entrance, Featherdale Wildlife Park

Met the adorable wallaby, the middle-sized marsupial mammals of the kangaroo family. They were so so so cute! Who could resist the cuteness of these little wallabies? For sure, I couldn’t! ????

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Wallaby, Featherdale Wildlife Park

You will get to meet different types of koalas on your visit to the wildlife park!

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Koalas, Featherdale Wildlife Park

 

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Sleeping Koalas, Featherdale Wildlife Park

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There are also penguins in the park too! I was surprised and pleased to know that the pens and cages were all very clean, meaning the wildlife animals here are always so healthy and in a good condition. This went above my average expectation!

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Penguins, Featherdale Wildlife Park
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Wombats, Featherdale Wildlife Park

Didn’t these kangaroos look like they were sun tanning?

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Kangaroos, Featherdale Wildlife Park

Friendly kangaroos at your knees! These two must be so hungry seeing how little grass there was during this winter season!

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You wouldn’t want to miss these large collection of birds as well! From parrots, cockatoos to emu.

There’s also reptiles as well, of course!

Next stop lined up is Three Sisters, an iconic formation in Blue Mountains, on the north of Jamison Valley where you have to visit at least once in your lifetime.

Aboriginal legend has it that there are three sisters named ‘Meehni’, ‘Wimlah’ and ‘Gunnedoo’ who fell in love with three brothers from a different tribe, however their marriage was forbidden by tribal law. The three bothers were unhappy and decided to capture the three sisters ensuing a battle that caused a powerful tribal elder to turn the sisters into stone to protect them. The elder was supposed to reverse the spell, but he was killed when the battle was over so no one could reverse the spell to return the sisters back. Thus, the sisters served as an eternal reminder of the battle until today.

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The Three Sisters, the Blue Mountains
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The view of the Three Sisters from Echo Point Lookout
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The pathway to Echo Point Lookout

Three Sisters Walk, in Katoomba, offers some of the most iconic views in Blue Mountains National Park, and takes you up close to the famous Three Sisters.

It was a close 400m walk to the Three Sisters from the Echo Point lookout. From here, you will spot a set of stairs that leads down to the Honeymoon Bridge. This is where you can actually walk into the first of the Three Sisters! The stairs down was a little challenging for me because it was pretty steep and narrow, but the view from the bridge is absolutely spectacular <3

After a good trekking, reward yourself with delicious lunch served at The Lookout, Echo Point!

You can still explore Sydney’s nature further while resting up in this next stop – Scenic World. Scenic World is a must when you visit Blue Mountains. Located just 90mins from Sydney, experience Blue Mountains in 4 ways, from Scenic Railway (the steepest railway in the world), a Skyway and Cableway (cable car tour), and Walkway (a long walk through the rainforest). Upon admission, you will go through wristband ticketing system, making this a pretty seamless tour!

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Scenic World, the Blue Mountains

First activity to you must try is the worlds steepest scenic railway! The Railway will descend 310 metres through a cliff-side tunnel, emerging into ancient rainforest at the Jamison Valley floor.

Did you know that passengers are allowed to choose their own adventures as the seats are adjustable up to 20degrees? From the adventurous ‘Cliffhanger’ ride at a steep 64 degree incline or for those seeking a relaxed journey select the ‘Laid Back’ option and of course, loyal fans can still ride the ‘Original’ at 52 degrees!

The view of the Three Sisters from the Jamison ValleyFrom Scenic Railyway, I continued my journey to Scenic Walkway, strolling along the 2.4 kilometer ancient rain forest! It was a lovely walks with natural beauty along with the wide array of local flora, the sweet chirping of the native birds and for sure, a breath of fresh air in the rain forest!

 

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Maurice Cooper OAM, the owner of the Bygone Beautys

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My most favourite one, the elephant tea pot!

Day 5: Jenolan Caves – the Diamond Cave Tour

Around one hour drive from our hotel – Hydro Majestic Hotel, we reached Jenolan Village to join the Jenolan Caves Tour! For this trip, we chose Jewels of Jenolan – the Diamond Cave Tour.

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The entrance to the Jenolan Caves

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Gearing up to climb all the steps!

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The Diamond Cave Tour took about 1.5hrs, covering 386 steps! Along the way, I was delighted with the wonderland of pure and sparkling white crystal from tiny ones to the delicate helictites to some of Jenolan’s largest features!

It’s a great adventure on a cold winters day. The tour guide through the cave was very educational. What I enjoyed the most was learning all the information and just being inside of something so majestic!

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The tour culminates at the ‘Gem of the West’, an astonishing crystal formation of helictites, stalactites, stalagmites, shawls and wave crystal!

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The sparkling crystal.

 

After the tour, we will visit the Cave House and the Award-winning Chisolm’s Restaurant for lunch.

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Pathway to Chisolm’s Restaurant in winter

Heritage Valley view room at Hydro Majestic Hotel for the next two nights!

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The Hydro Majestic Blue Mountains

Woke up to this view of the valley from my room’s window!

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Day 6: Sunrise at Evans Lookout & The Grounds Of Alexandria

While waiting for sunrise at Evans Lookout, I tried to pose for a photo although the weather was super duper cold!

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Sunrise, Evans Lookout

If you’re seeking incredible views, especially around sunrise or sunset, head to Evans Lookout at Blackheath!

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7.05am, sunrise at Evans Lookout, Blackheath

Stunning view at sunrise

Overlooking the sandstone cliffs of the Grose River Valley

the views of Grose River Valley

Stunning sunrise!

For café lovers, no visit to Sydney would be complete without stepping into The Grounds Of Alexandria! Located in a former industrial precinct from the 1920s, The Grounds of Alexandria is a landmark coffee roastery, café and sustainable garden known for its abundance of fresh produce and hands-on experiences!

The Grounds Of Alexandria!
The Grounds Of Alexandria, Sydney

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Thinking back about my trip to Sydney from Singapore, I felt like my childhood was revived. One takeaway tip is always make sure that you have a decent accommodation, so you are well rested before another day of exploration. You’ll also be better off knowing the attractions you’ll be heading earlier to, so that you will put on a suitable attire

This beautiful city has left me with a lot of good memories behind, before you realized it you are constantly jumping around, like a little kid so mesmerized by the beauty of lights and the multitude of colours. Truly, a night in wonderland! Till next year, Sydney!


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