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There’s a lot to love about Sydney. The Harbour City’s natural design gives it a geographic edge on other world class metropolises like New York and London.
Sure, it has all of the urban attractions that you would expect from a world famous city; vibrant nightlife, endless shopping opportunities and outstanding restaurants. But the capital of New South Wales is also a beehive of natural wonders including huge parks, botanic gardens, glorious beaches and beautiful islands.
Sydney’s climate ensures hot summers and mild winters so there’s never a bad time to visit.
But we don’t need to tell you that, because the Irish love Sydney. Whether visiting relatives or embarking on that trip of a lifetime, flights from Dublin to Sydney are the beginning of a big Australian adventure. We know because we’ve been arranging them for over 37 years. Call on 01 8047188.
We work closely with major airlines to offer the best value flights to Australia from Ireland with fares from Emirates, Etihad Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas Airways, British Airways, Singapore Airlines and all other major airlines.
We can also organise Round the World flights which offer excellent value if you fancy a visit via North or South America on your way out to, or back from, Sydney
Internal flights are often part of an Australian holiday as they are the easiest way to cover the whole continent if you only have a couple of weeks. With a flight from Sydney to Cairns, for example, you can squeeze in the humid rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef of the Northeast along with your Sydney city break and trip to the Blue Mountains. An internal flight means you won’t have to miss Australia’s incredible Uluru / Ayers Rock when you visit Sydney.
A trip to Sydney means flying right over some very exciting destinations. You should consider taking the opportunity to experience a Middle Eastern or South-East Asian adventure for a few days.
Depending on your airline, we can organise a stopover of 2 or 3 nights in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Singapore, Hong Kong or Kuala Lumpur. We have a soft spot for Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur; with Temples, great value shopping and markets make for a jam-packed three days.
Dubai or Abu Dhabi are equally popular for its shopping, fine dining and mesmerising hotels, not to mention the tallest building in the world, Burj Khalifa in Dubai.
Read our complete list of stopovers to Australia here.
One of the first things you must do when you get to Sydney is see two of Australia’s most iconic constructions; the world famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Sydney is the envy of many major cities for having its own perfect beaches; the dazzling white sands of Manly, Bondi, Bronte, Coogee, Tamarama, Balmoral and Palm.
Sydney is a city that’s best experienced outdoors. Take the kids to the Taronga Zoo to meet the famous Australian wildlife and explore the Botanic Gardens where the visitor code states: “Please walk on the grass! We also invite you to smell the roses, hug the trees, talk to the birds and picnic on the lawns”.
Looking for a culture fix? The Sydney Opera House is nothing less than an icon. Book tickets for a play or performance on the official website. Afterwards, get the best view in the city while you sip a cocktail in the 36 storey bar of the Shangri-La hotel.
With all sorts of arts, cultural and musical festivals taking place across the city of Sydney throughout the year, there is always a reason to visit. To find out what’s going on in Sydney’s various museums, galleries and theatres, head on over to Sydney.com to see what exciting events coincide with your arrival.