The city of Sydney is surrounded with some of the most amazing places nature can offer. The good thing is that they’re no more than a couple of hours away. Perfect for family day trips or a random breather now and then.
Have you had enough of weekend paintball games? Is air pollution getting to you? Take a breather. Plan a day trip for your family or friends. Mona Vale Coaches says you could book a Sydney bus for hire and get everyone out of the City. With so much nature surrounding Sydney, it‘s only natural to go out there for some fresh air.
Approximately one hour 30 mins West. The view itself will take your breath away. The stunning Wentworth Falls is the highest waterfall in the Blue Mountains. If you want to take a closer look, you should plan a few hours of bushwalking around the falls area.
Gosford Reptile Park
A little over an hour’s ride north. Take to the wild side of nature. Children will especially enjoy hands-on feeding and other animal interactions with the Park’s scaly and furry ones. They’d love to meet Elvis, New South Wale’s largest crocodile or take a walk with Hugo the giant Galapagos Tortoise.
Nan Tien Temple
Approximately one hour 30 mins, near Wollongong. If you feel like a freshly-prepared vegetarian meal and a spiritual moment by the lotus pond, take a short journey to the south to Nan Tien Temple, also called the ‘Southern Paradise’. Spend a relaxing day in a Chinese-styled garden with its oriental ambience and open blue skies.
One-hour drive up the coast. You could take your loved one to a safe, open beach in Austinmer. Look out into the rolling Pacific Ocean and take in the refreshing view. Dine later at a quiet table by the sea and enjoy the calmness that only the beach could provide.
With these places in Sydney, you’ll never run out of natural wonders. We only have to get out there to enjoy clean, natural air – and on a budget too.