Things to Do in Sydney This Fall
Autumn in Sydney, from March through May, brings more comfortable, cooler temperatures—and fewer crowds—than the preceding summer months. The weather is still warm enough to explore the outdoors, cruise the harbor, and even hit the beaches, and the cultural calendar is busy. Here are a few ways to enjoy the best of Sydney in the fall.
See the city’s top attractions aboard a hop-on hop-off harbor cruise.
Scale the heights of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with Sydney BridgeClimb.
Soar over Sydney Harbour before enjoying a waterside meal with a private helicopter tour.
Wine and dine your way around Paddington on a food tour.
Visit some of the region’s best wineries on a Hunter Valley wine-tasting tour.
Celebrate Easter out on the water on a Sydney Harbour cruise with buffet lunch.
See the best of Sydney and the nearby Blue Mountains on a 2-day combination tour.
Soak up 360-degree views as you enjoy a buffet meal at Sydney Tower’s revolving restaurant.
See Madama Butterfly or another epic performance at the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Sydney Opera House.
Get memorable images of top landmarks lit up on a photography tour of Vivid Sydney, the city’s annual festival of light.