Sydney, the oldest, most significant, and most beautiful of all Australian cities, lies amid a seductive intermingling of land and sea. This cosmopolitan city has something to offer to everyone who visits the place.

You'll encounter a heady mix of things to see in this waterside city of Sydney. From art and culture to beaches and bays, city life, and wildlife, you can experience them all here.

However, picking bucket-list-worthy activities with many things to choose from is hard. So to help you, here's a list of the top 10 things you must do to feel rejuvenated while in Sydney this holiday season.

1. Bondi iceberg pools

If you're heading to Sydney and fancy a swim, then Bondi Icebergs should definitely be on your must-swim list. It is said to be the most photographed pool in the world. It is a perfect start for a relaxing holiday experience.

It doesn't pinch your pockets too hard, and just $8 (for casual entry) gives you access to the pool, the sauna, and the gym.

2. Sealife Sydney Aquarium

For an "out of this world" underwater experience, you can visit the Sealife Sydney Aquarium, where you get an up-close rendezvous with the gray nurse sharks.

You can experience cageless shark dives at the aquarium. It is open till April 28. Other notable attractions here include the cute colonies of king and gentoo penguins. If you are a marine lover, this is a must-visit for you!

3. Opera Bar

The Sydney Opera House is a must-visit whether you like Opera or not. It houses a bar with breathtaking views of the Sydney Harbour and the Pacific Ocean. It has multiple venues to sample, live music and DJs, and unbeatable people-watching opportunities.

If you are travelling alone, you can always seek Sydney Escorts Services and hire a fantastic companion for your evenings in the city!

4. Hornby Lighthouse

This is one of the most romantic places to visit in Sydney. It is a cute Lighthouse located overlooking the calm waters of Camp Cove. This place is known for its heart-melting view of the sunset – the perfect place to relax and unwind with your loved one (and even by yourself if you are an opacarophile!).

5. Obelisk Beach

If you want to soak up the sun and get your natural vitamin D, too, Obelisk Beach is the place to be! It is one of the few legal nude beaches in Sydney. So enjoy the au natural vibe at this beach, and don't shy away from jumping into the warm waters.

6. Wendy's Secret Garden

This place is not a secret! It is, in fact, Sydney's worst-kept secret – one of the most popular destinations to connect with nature in the middle of the city. You can enjoy a pleasant stroll, a refreshing picnic in this beautiful garden, or even read a book under a shady tree.

7. Kayak under the Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Coat-hanger Bridge (Sydney Harbour Bridge) is one of the city's most famous works of architecture. Under this famous bridge, instructor Laura Stone and her husband Ben run weekly dawn tours on the Parramatta River.

A sunrise Kayak tour under the bridge with a spectacular view of the sunrise on the Opera House cannot get more instagrammable than this!

8. The Royal National Park

Whether you want to swim, trek, picnic, bike ride, or just get away from the city, this is the best place for everything. But whale watching is one of the main attractions here.

9. The Single O

This place is mainly for coffee enthusiasts. The Single O has an impressive range of gourmet coffee and brunch options in the city. Single O's espresso game stands apart, so try it!

10. Strand Arcade boutiques

Ladies, this one is for you! Shopping is relaxing and therapeutic, right? So visit the Strand Arcade for the ultimate shopper's paradise. It dates back to 1892 and is still one of the city's best thoroughfares.

You can find collections from premium Australian fashion designers, including Jac+ Jack, Lover, Sass & Bide, and Dion Lee. Also, do not miss out on the awesome hat collection at Strand Hatters.

Over to you…

Whether travelling alone or with your family, Sydney has covered you for entertainment. The city is a backpacker's and a spendthrift's dream come true. Happy holiday!