Most popular Villas in Sydney
Highlights in Sydney
- Spectacular beaches
- Fantastic nightlife
- Paddy’s Markets
- Royal Botanic Gardens
Most popular amenities for Villas in Sydney
Villas in Sydney
Looking to rent a villa in Sydney, one of the most loved and visited cities in the world? There are luxurious villas dotted all across this gorgeous city. Opt to get out of the mix into the leafy suburbs stretching west of the centre, with Constitution Hill and Caste Hill being particularly nice areas. Or if you prefer to be in the thick of it, there are some wonderful villas bejewelled around the iconic harbour area. Alternatively, rent a beachside villa with an ocean view by Bondi Beach or north of city heading up to the spectacular area of Narrabeen.Villas to write home about
Sydney boasts an extraordinary range of quite spectacular villas that epitomise luxury coastal living. With one to eight bedrooms, they are suitable for couples, families and large groups. Replete with swimming pools, patios overlooking the emerald Pacific Ocean, open plan living areas, BBQs, flawless interior designs and located in the most picturesque of settings, a holiday in a Sydney villa will leave travel memories to last a lifetime!
Travellers and activities
With a ceaseless slew of family-friendly activities to do and places to explore, Sydney is a wonderful destination for families. Get up close to the city’s all-Aussie wildlife at WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, with its kangaroos, koalas, snakes, scary spiders, crocodiles and wombats! The zoo is conveniently located by the downtown harbour. For free entertainment, Sydney boasts an array of world-class outdoor playgrounds all easily accessible by public transport. Don’t miss Ian Potter Children’s Wild Play Garden, with its artesian water play area, a bamboo forest and treehouse!Sydney for beach lovers
The sheer number of beaches in Sydney means that if you visited a new beach every day, it would take you months to see them all! Head for Milk Beach, which offers the best view of Sydney Harbour, Collins Flat Beach, which is considered by many to be the most scenic of them all, and Bondi beach, which is the archetypal Aussie surfers paradise.Sydney for partygoers
Both vibrant and easy-going, visitors to Sydney can revel in in one of the most diverse nightlife scenes anywhere in the world. For hardcore clubbers, look no further than Homebar, heralded as Sydney's only true superclub due to its size and popularity among globally popular DJs. It has three levels, eight rooms, and the best spinning house, techno and trance you can find anywhere and all with a view over the harbour’s glistening lights! More of a rock fan? Then head to the iconic dive bar Frankie’s Pizza – a buzzing rock’n’roll joint with a wonderful line-up of live acts. Added bonus – the joint offers delicious pizza and sumptuous craft beer!
Sydney residents go crazy for their seafood, and the Sydney Fish Market is the largest in the world!
Top 7 travel tips in Sydney
Paddy’s is the biggest market in Sydney, and you will find great priced souvenirs, general bric-a-brac where you can pick up a bargain, and wonderful food stands with cuisine from all over the world.2. Get an adrenaline boost at Luna Park
A Sydney icon, Luna Park has been lovingly restored to retain its original heritage charm. It offers both thrill rides for the daredevils, and much tamer rides for young children. The twilight ticket is great value and means no queuing!3. Eat out at Circular Bay
Known for its fantastic range of gourmet dining options and lovely views over the crystal-blue Sydney Harbour waters. Don’t miss the Sydney Cove Oyster Bar, a perfect place to watch the activity on the Harbour whilst enjoying exquisite wine and oysters.4.Experience tranquillity at the Royal Botanic Gardens
One of the most important historic botanical gardens in the world, it boasts acres of stunning lawns and picturesque ponds that complement the magnificent and varied collections of flora and fauna. Located in the very centre of the city, the gardens offer expansive views over the glorious harbour.5. Check out the local sports
Head to the SCG which hosts all of Australia’s key sports – Aussie rules football, cricket and rugby. You will be blown away by the sheer passion the locals have for their teams! If there is no game on, take the fascinating stadium tour and learn all about Aussie sports.6. Spend a morning at Rocks Discovery Museum
This a free, hidden gem of a museum which tells the story of settlers to Sydney and their impact on the indigenous people. It contains interactive expositions that your kids will love.Fly up to the top of the Sydney Tower Eye
7. The Sydney Tower Eye is the highest point in Sydney, from which you can feast on 360-degree panoramic views across the entire city including its beach-lined coast and outlying suburbs. On the way up you are even shown a short 4D movie about the city. It makes for a lovely complement to your stay in this glorious city!