Four Seasons Hotel Sydney puts you in the centre of a vibrant, energetic city. Explore its historic sites. Shop in its markets. Relax on its beaches. Enjoy.
Things to Do in Sydney
Concierge Recommends: Sydney
The Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Sydney shares travel tips and other suggestions to make your stay memorable.
Within Walking Distance of Four Seasons Sydney
From the Rocks district to the city’s theatre scene, step out and explore the best of Sydney on foot.
Family Fun in Sydney: Things to Do With Kids
Fun for the whole family awaits in Sydney, from Australian wildlife encounters and secret garden exploration, to soaring Ferris wheels and scenic ferry trips.
The Rocks District
This historic district is an architectural delight boasting cobblestoned streets, colonial buildings and an international design enclave.
Pitt Street Mall
Shop Sydney's best boutiques, department stores and designer wares at this pedestrian-friendly mall.
Sydney Opera House
Enjoy a performance by one of Sydney’s esteemed arts organizations. Peek backstage by taking a tour of the building.
Walk, cycle or drive over the world’s largest steel arch bridge – or join a guided excursion to its summit.
Sun & Sand
Join the joggers, swimmers, surfers, and families that keep Sydney’s 37 beaches vibrant all year round.
At the city’s zoo, discover Australia’s unique species and most iconic animals, including koalas, kangaroos, wallabies and wombats.
Art Gallery NSW
One of Australia’s foremost cultural institutions houses a significant collection of Australian, European, Asian and Aboriginal art.
Royal Botanic Gardens
At the Royal Botanic Gardens, 30 hectares (74 acres) of gardens play home to a variety of plant species unique to Australia. Cycle through the gardens, take a supervised nature walk or tour this lush paradise on your own.
Book a night visit to gaze at the constellations in the southern hemisphere. The observatory is a must for keen astronomers.
Museum of Contemporary Art
Showcasing the works of Australian and international contemporary artists, the MCA is exciting, challenging and bold.
Sydney’s former quarantine station lies on an island with spectacular views of the Harbour and some spooky stories of previous visitors.
Take a closer look at sharks, stingrays, turtles, dugongs and more in an ocean-tunnel walk-through.