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Sydney, Australia

Feel new in Sydney and New South Wales

Welcome to Sydney, where the city’s vibrant energy can be found on just about every corner. You’ll feel it down historic laneways; beside the iconic harbour; and soaking up the sun on Sydney’s famous golden beaches. With a bold calendar of soul-stirring events, along with unique shopping strips and some of the world’s best restaurants and bars, you’ll feel Sydney’s heartbeat all around you.

Thanks to the Qantas and IndiGo partnership, you can enjoy more connections to Australia from 10 popular destinations out of Bengaluru (Bangalore), including Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Chennai, Pune, Goa, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Patna and Lucknow. Book your trip now, with non-stop Qantas flights from Bengaluru (Bangalore) to Sydney.

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Pack more into your trip with checked and carry-on baggage included in every fare.

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Food and drinks on every flight

Dining on our flight from India to Australia, you will have the option to experience seasonal dishes reminiscent of home.

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Inflight entertainment

Enjoy a range of entertainment on every flight, including TV and films.

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Frequent Flyer program

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Feel new in Sydney and New South Wales All inclusive flights non-stop from Bengaluru (Bangalore) to Sydney

Feel adventurous

Best road trips in New South Wales View of Grand Pacific Drive

Road trips from Sydney

From Sydney, follow the scenic southerly route of the Grand Pacific Drive as it heads from the Royal National Park through seaside villages such as Wollongong, Kiama and Jervis Bay. Detour inland to visit Bowral, the hometown of Sir Donald Bradman, and stop by the Bradman Museum and International Cricket Hall of Fame. Or head north from Sydney along the Legendary Pacific Coast through national parks, giant sand dunes and golden surf beaches to Byron Bay.

Best road trips in New South Wales
Kid-friendly experiences in Sydney Girl petting Koalas

Sydney for kids

See native Australian animals such as koalas and kangaroos at immersive animal sanctuaries and zoos in Sydney, such as Taranga Zoo, famed for its spectacular views of Sydney Harbour. Explore ‘underwater’ at an inner-city aquarium to see penguins, dugongs and sharks, too. Feel the cool clear water of Sydney’s surf lifesaver-patrolled beaches, like Bondi or Manly, and even get a surf lesson!

Kid-friendly experiences in Sydney
Plan your weekend in Port Stephens Stockton Sand Dunes, Port Stephens

Port Stephens

With a sparkling blue shoreline and golden sweeping sand dunes, Port Stephens is a coastal haven and adventurer’s paradise. Meet Port Stephens’ many resident dolphins on a cruise, quad bike down the largest moving coastal dunes in the Southern Hemisphere, feed endangered zebra sharks and manta rays at an interactive outdoor aquarium and spend the night sleeping amongst the koalas at the Port Stephens Koala Sanctuary

Plan your weekend in Port Stephens

Feel closer to nature

Plan your perfect day in Sydney Bondi Icebergs

Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

Soak up stunning views on one of Sydney’s most iconic walks, taking in beautiful beaches, Aboriginal engravings and great cafes along the way. The 6 kilometre walk begins at Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach at the stunning Bondi Icebergs swimming club – one of Australia’s most photographed pools – and ends at lively Coogee Beach.

Plan your perfect day in Sydney
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Blue Mountains

A 90-minute journey from Sydney brings you to the vast UNESCO World Heritage-listed wilderness of the Blue Mountains. Take in awe-inspiring natural icons such as the Three Sisters, visit expansive gardens, indulge in farm-fresh produce and enjoy epic dining with a view.

Explore the Blue Mountains
Plan your trip to Byron Bay Surfers at Byron Bay

Byron Bay

From kayaking into turquoise water in search of dolphins to snorkelling over colourful volcanic reefs alongside turtles and spotting humpback whales as they migrate along the coast from June to November, world-famous Byron Bay offers endless chances to connect to the natural world.

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Feel indulgent

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The most satisfying way to feel the pulse of a city is through its bars, restaurants and cafes. Sydney’s culinary precincts boast world-class restaurants and vibrant multicultural influences, and Australian cuisine takes pride in showcasing fresh and locally sourced produce.

Where to eat in Sydney
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Hunter Valley

Only two hours away from Sydney by car, escape to Australia’s oldest wine region, where world-famous wineries, acclaimed restaurants, delicious local produce and luxurious hideaways await. Enjoy paddock-to-plate meals, beautiful vineyards and olive groves, live music festivals, hot air balloon rides, horse riding and scenic walks.

Plan your weekend in the Hunter Valley
Your perfect road trip from Sydney to the South Coast and the Southern Highlands Plate of seafood, Australia's Oyster Trail, Shoalhaven region

South Coast

One of New South Wales’ most delicious journeys begins just a short trip south of Sydney, along the Grand Pacific Drive, where you can unearth boutique wines, cheeses and ocean-fresh seafood in the Shoalhaven region. Continue south along Australia’s Oyster Trail for a taste of some of the world’s best oysters.

Your perfect road trip from Sydney to the South Coast and the Southern Highlands

Feel entertained

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31 December 2022
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New Year’s Eve

There’s no better place to welcome the new year than in Sydney. Be one of the first in the world to welcome the new year as Sydney dazzles you with its spectacular 9pm and midnight fireworks displays across the harbour.

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17 February - 5 March 2023
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Sydney WorldPride

For the first time in the global LGBTQIA+ festival’s history, WorldPride will be hosted down under on the colourful streets of Sydney from 17 February to 5 March 2023. A long list of art, music, comedy, dining and community events will take over the city to celebrate creative expression and promote and advocate for LGBTQIA+ human rights around the world.

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26 May - 17 June 2023
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Vivid Sydney

Shining bright across the city, Vivid Sydney is the Southern Hemisphere’s largest festival of its kind. For 23 days and nights, from 26 May to 17 June 2023, the city will be transformed with a jam-packed program of dazzling light art, show-stopping live music, thought-provoking talks and, for the first time, delicious food events.

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15 - 22 October 2023
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SXSW Sydney 2023

For the first time in its history, South by Southwest (SXSW) will travel to Sydney in 2023 from its home in Austin, Texas. SXSW Sydney will happen annually, gathering the world’s most inspired thinkers, creators and innovators for an agenda-setting exploration of the best in technology and innovation, gaming, music, screen and culture, hosting more than 1,000 events, screenings and performances.

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