There’s nothing like night in Sydney. The chaos, the beautiful scenery, the never-sleeping lights can make anyone fall in love with the city. The daylight offers a wide range of activities for the tourists, but the night seems to charm everyone a bit more… And why not?
Sydney is one of the most happening cities in the world and the most visited state in Australia. In March 2019, a whopping 4.1 million tourists visited Sydney, spending an average of 20 nights there. After Covid-19, Australia closed its borders for a long time.
But that didn’t make the tourism industry in Sydney suffer.
As soon as the border rules were lifted, tourists still flocked to South Wales to get a taste of the city’s exciting experiences.
And if you are one of them who is planning to come to Sydney for a short trip, here are some of the best things you shouldn’t miss here.
Whether you are coming solo, with a partner, or even with your family, this list contains all. So, make sure you stay until the end and note it down on your bucket list for enjoy at night in Sydney
- Sunset cruise on Sydney Harbor
Get mesmerized by the city’s gorgeous skyline while taking a cruise along the harbour. There are various cruises to choose from, if you want to get cosy and comfy, choose the ones which have lounges and bar services.
Enjoying dinner with friends, family, or even with your partner against the backdrop of Sydney city lights is one of the most memorable things you can do here. The gorgeous pink clouds and orange highlights of the sunset are going to make you fall in love with this city more.
Make sure to click a lot of pictures for the gram because this one is surely going to make people stop and stare.
- Feast on Sydney tower
Another dining experience, but this one is sure going to take you by surprise. Located above the city CBD in the iconic Sydney Tower, Feast 82 provides a 90-minute unlimited menu dining experience. You can dine while enjoying the 360-degree view of the city.
It’s a whole another level of royalty experience where you feel like a part of the happenings around the city, but still at a calm spot.
- Watch a movie in the outdoors
Watching a movie outdoors is not a new thing, you can do that anywhere in the world. But wait, this is Sydney. Everything is a festival here. Doing things like a local will make you experience this city on a deeper level.
This event is done in the city’s 2 most famous parks, Open Air cinema in the royal botanic garden, and moonlight cinema in Centennial Park. They have almost all of the new releases and you can just chill here with some wine and snacks.
Make sure to go a little early, so you secure a nice spot for yourself.
- Catch the Sydney opera
The Sydney soap opera is one of the most spectacular events held in the city. The amazing show covers stories from different eras and gives you an exquisite experience of theatre.
It is situated only a few meters away from the Circular Quay station, so make sure you make a stop there to catch the amazing sunset view of the harbour bridge followed by opera night.
- Secret bar crawl experience
Want to explore the city’s best-hidden bars?
Then go for the secret bar crawl experience in the evening hours. This crawl experience is going to take you to the city’s secret bars where you can drink, socialize with locals.
In this 4-hour trip, an expert guiding you will tell the history of every bar you will visit. This adventure is for anyone who wants to explore the city on a deeper level.
It is available on Thursdays and Saturdays after 6 pm and will take you to bars in Darlinghurst and slurry hills.
For a later company, you can always invite Sydney escorts over.
- Visit late-night art galleries
Sydney gives you an exquisite night-time experience with art galleries. The Museum of Contemporary Art and Art Gallery of NSW allows after-hours to visit and you can use this opportunity to get the best rooftop view of the city.
The schedule also includes talks and an intimate tour of the gallery, wine, and mingling with lovers of art.
Which one among them is going to be on the top of your bucket list?