The 10 best Instagram spots in Sydney

Sydney is the largest city in Australia and is visited by several million tourists every year. The metropolis on the east coast of the country has been the economic and cultural center of Australia for several years.

We have summarized the 10 most popular Instagram spots in the city for you below:

1. Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is the landmark of the Australian metropolis.  Due to the special architecture and the location directly on the water, it is one of the most popular photo motifs of the city. The opera house has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007.

Tip: Since the opera house is also a real architectural highlight and one of the world’s most famous opera houses, we recommend taking a tour of the interior. In the evening hours, the eye-catching roof is illuminated.

2. The Grounds Alexandria

Probably the most famous restaurant in Sydney is “The Grounds Alexandria”. You can visit the restaurant for a relaxed breakfast as well as for lunch and/or dinner. Events also take place on site.

3. Harbour Bridge

Another landmark and popular photo motif is the Harbour Bridge. The bridge was opened in 1932 and connects the north and east coast of Sydney. Walking across the bridge you have a unique view of the harbor. The total length of the bridge is 1,149 meters.

Tip: You can experience the bridge from a unique perspective during a harbor tour. In the evening hours, the bridge is illuminated and is therefore a great photo motif even in the dark.

6. Manly Beach

In total, there are more than 70 beaches in the Australian metropolis. One of the most famous beaches is Manly Beach. The first surfing world championship was held on this stretch of beach, which is located in the north of the city, in 1964.

7. Palm Beach

Another popular beach section in the north of Sydney is Palm Beach. Ideal conditions for surfing await you there.

Info: From the center of Sydney to the beach is about 44 km.

Tip: There are also several hiking trails near the beach, which are ideal for walking. You can enjoy a fascinating view of the beach from The Boathouse restaurant.

9. Ball’s Head, Waverton

Balls Head Reserve is a nature reserve that is ideal for a walk. From some of the viewing platforms on the trails you have a great view of the Harbour Bridge.

10. North Curl Curl Rockpool

A highlight and popular photo motif is the North Curl Curl Rockpool in the northern part of Sydney. The pool is located within walking distance of the North Curl Curl Beach of the same name and extends over a length of 25 meters.

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