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Highlights in Sydney
- Norries Head Beach
- The Sydney Opera House
- Cathedral of Santa Maria
- Bohemian Neighbourhood of Newtown
- Taronga Zoo
- Royal Botanical Gardens
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Sydney
Need a holiday rental where you can enjoy heavenly beaches and charming tourist attractions steeped in history and art? The place you want is in the city of Sydney, capital of the state of New South Wales. Sydney is Australia's most cosmopolitan city, built on a beautiful bay, surrounded by national parks offering unique landscapes. Holidu offers you a variety of holiday rentals and lettings where you can have an unforgettable stay, full of adventures for everyone to enjoy.Wonderful holiday rentals and lettings
Holiday rentals which have everything the traveller needs. They are fully furnished with the typical amenities including Wi-Fi, air conditioning and comfy beds. From the comfort of the balcony you can sunbathe, read a book and take in spectacular sea views. Some rentals offer gardens where you can have fun doing exercise with your dog.
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It is an oasis, with the difference that it is in the middle of the city, between the Sydney Opera House and the green areas that exist, with views full of charm. It covers 30 hectares, you will disconnect yourself by observing camellias, palm trees, grasses, wild birds, which makes it the most important green area to see in Sydney. You can enjoy the leafy trails which have free guided tours where you will be interpreted on the routes you are taking.Visit the enchanting Blue Mountains
Bordering the Sydney metropolitan area, they are named as such because of the blue tone that the mountain range takes when viewed from a distance, named a World Heritage Site in 2000. The area is made up of high forests, wonderful sandstone cliffs and large waterfalls and canyons. You can contemplate the richness of its flora and fauna, while taking in enchanting views of this great experience of nature and wildlife.
Travellers and activities
Norries Head Beach is charming and picturesque, ideal for strolling, with spectacular views of beaches on both sides. Wildlife can be seen between July and October, migratory whale watching, sporting activities, surfing and fishing are all carried out under the rules. Get ready for a wonderful time to be shared with the family.Sydney for culture lovers
The Sydney Opera House, located on the waterfront at Bennelong Point, is one of the most famous buildings in the world, completed in 1973. In 2004, it underwent several renovations, with the addition of glass walls, offering visitors a breathtaking view. It has 1500 seats, a concert hall, the opportunity to watch rehearsals in the theatre hall, studios, bars, cinema, restaurants.
Did you know that the majestic St. Mary's Cathedral, located in the city centre of Sydney, is the largest cathedral in the country, a work of art of immense scale from any angle you look at it?
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A symbol of Sydney, it offers enchanting views, a chance to see the huge variety of animals, get up close to the koalas with their cuddly appearance, giraffes which are the tallest animals in the world, birds of prey such as owls, staying active at night. There are trails whose routes to explore are spectacular because of the colourful wildlife.2. Get to know the Newtown neighbourhood
Walking through this neighbourhood is a unique experience. You will find quiet streets, colonial architecture, street artists, fashion designers, art everywhere, shops with original merchandise, clothing, perfumes, pieces and collectibles at good prices. It has a variety of restaurants where the dessert can be an exquisite ice cream!3. Visit the oldest neighbourhood of the city: The Rocks
Located between the Harbour Bridge and the northern end of Sydney's central business district, in its streets you will find picturesque places full of history, the first buildings that were built in the city. It was the home of the Gadigal aborigines, to later become the first site of the European colonization of the country. You can visit the Museum of Contemporary Art, visit its restaurants in some cases with live music to enjoy a good meal, with spectacular views of the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge.4. Journey through the exciting Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
Located in the centre of Darling Harbour, the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium is one of the main attractions due to its amazing themed areas, which will give the adults a thrill too. Immerse yourself in the underwater world and witness up close various marine animals such as dugongs, penguins which are excellent divers, huge sharks, manta rays, starfish and many more. You can attend the Day and Night on the Reef exhibition, as well as sample the excellent cuisine.5. Visit Queen Victoria Building
Located in the centre of the city, it is a wonderful work given its exterior and interior architecture, with its stained-glass windows and spiral staircases, full of charms where its domes and clocks are majestic, it has an immense commercial gallery, in which you can find shoes, clothes of exclusive brands, cosmetics, handicrafts, paintings that adorn its walls, it is a fascinating place.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Sydney
How much did it cost for a holiday rental in Sydney in 2020, the first year impacted by the corona crisis?
Sydney is one of the most expensive cities in Australia. For a stay here you will pay around A$413.28 per night.
Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that allow you to save the most in Sydney are November, October, and December, with average prices of A$342.69, A$357.6 and A$377.91, respectively.
When are holiday rentals more expensive in Sydney?
When it comes to looking for a holiday letting in Sydney, the months when it is most expensive are, in descending order, April, May and January with average prices per night of A$452.28, A$449.98, and A$448.58, respectively.
Is Sydney a good location for a last-minute getaway?
It is better to book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Sydney, as only 30% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
May, April, and June are, in order of highest to lowest, the months offering the largest number of properties available, with respective average availability figures of 45.2%, 44% and 33.25%.
When are there fewer rental options available in Sydney?
The months with the lowest properties available in Sydney are, in order, December, November and February, with respective average availability figures of 19%, 22.5%, and 23%, based on data collected in 2020.
How many holiday rentals are there in Sydney?
In Sydney we work with 9 different providers to give you a choice of 3800 properties, so you will not be short of options!