Thanks to its photogenic waterfront, Sydney is one of the most recognisable – and most-visited – cities in the world, welcoming over 10 million visitors each year.
Most people stick close to the waterfront, where the opera house and harbour bridge decorate the twisting coastline, all within throwing distance of a lively downtown fully stocked with a world-class line-up of restaurants, bars and clubs.
Getting from Brisbane to Sydney is easy, too – just hop on a direct 1.5-hour-long flight from Sydney (Kingsford Smith) Airport.
Around 1 hour 35 minutes each way.
Tigerair Australia, Jetstar Airways, Qantas Airways and Virgin Australia.
Really frequent. Direct Brisbane to Sydney flights jet off up to 50 times a day, 7 days a week.
Cheap flights from Brisbane to Sydney often come courtesy of budget companies like Tigerair Australia or Jetstar Airways. It’s also usually cheapest to fly on a Tuesday or Wednesday.
Sydney Opera House, Sydney Habrour Bridge, Bondi Beach – a flight from Brisbane to Sydney will take you to a city of iconic images.
But where to start first? Downtown is a walkable map of must-sees, from the shos and bars of The Rocks to the museums and art galleries in Hyde Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens.
And a trip to Sydney isn’t a trip to Sydney until you’ve travelled out to one of the local beaches. Bondi Beach, with its oceanside pool, is the most Instagrammed sights on the planet. But Sydney also serves up surf-friendly Manly Beach and the wild Kamay Botany Bay National Park.
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