Catch an International Flight to Sydney to Witness the Beauty of Port Jackson

Sydney, the capital of the state of New South Wales in Australia, is the most popular city in the country. A global city, this place is home to more than 20,000 business establishments, along with regional headquarters of many Australian multi-national corporations. Besides business entities, this city is home to many popular attractions that are visited by a large number of tourists from across the world. These include Bondi Beach, Royal Botanic Gardens, Fort Denison, Darling Harbour and Port Jackson. If you wish to spend a holiday at this beautiful destination, then book tickets of an international flight bound to this place.

Port Jackson

An inlet of the South Pacific Ocean, Port Jackson is the natural harbour of the city. Considered as one of the finest harbours in the world owing to its backdrop, especially, for the famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House that are located in its proximity. The beautiful Parramatta River lies towards the western part of Port Jackson. This natural harbour has a length of around 19 km with an area of about 55 sq km. The perimeter of its estuary is approximately 317 km. This place, which was the first European settlement area in this country, has played a vital role in shaping up the development of this metropolitan city.

Within the harbour of Port Jackson are located several islands, which include Fort Denison, Clark Island, Shark Island, Snapper Island and Cockatoo Island. This place is also famous for various recreational events held here such as the Sydney New Year Eve and Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.

If you are interested in visiting this beautiful harbour, then book cheap international flight tickets to this destination that can be done on different travel websites. In case you live in the western part of India and wish to come here, then you can look for direct Mumbai to Sydney flights.

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