The diversity of food, art, and culture that colours Sydney could enthral you for the full duration of your visit, but the city’s stunning scenery simply can’t be ignored. From its sparkling harbour to secluded national parks and world-famous beaches, Sydney is a real looker.
This is one of the world's most famous cities, with rich history and plenty to do near the central downtown area while on holiday. Plus, the surrounding bountiful land offers a wide range of excursions for all kinds of visitors, whether you’re looking to tackle waves, lounge poolside, or conquer coastal cliffs.
Roll through salt-sprayed neighbourhoods for sunkissed adventures along Sydney’s iconic coastline.
This spectacular peninsula is fringed by epic waves on one golden shore and a tranquil bay on the other. Climb the steps to Barrenjoey Lighthouse for 360 degree views north to the Hawkesbury River and the 41km stretch back to the Sydney CBD.
Sydney Harbour is the sparkling epicentre of the city’s emerald-girt bounds, and the Bridge is its crown jewel. Join the four million thrillseekers who have climbed the arches for an historic sightseeing tour.
Splash in the most photographed pool in Australia that’s perched on the country’s best-known sandy strip — Bondi Beach. After a dip and sauna session, head to Iceberg’s Club for tipples and snacks.
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Book your ride on Turo and venture between the mountains, valleys, and the sea, all within a few hours’ drive of the city lights.Book the perfect car
Zip just one hour south of the city for secluded coastal hikes and rainforest hideaways. There are plenty of famed locales to explore, from Wedding Cake Rock to the Figure Eight Pools and Curracurrong Falls.
A 90-minute western drive from the city centre will bring you to the foothills of the Blue Mountains. Wend your way through the leafy hills to find sacred Indigenous sites, awe-inspiring caves, fine dining, and fabulous pies.
Designate a driver and buckle up for a wine tasting tour around Australia’s oldest vineyards, just three hours north of Sydney. Hunter Valley locals have been serving up superb drops, local produce, and luxurious accommodation since vines were first rooted in the early 19th century.
The car is pure luxury and it was spotless both inside and out when we received it.
John was extremely helpful and communicative Thank you - we had the best time in Sydney!
Navreet was very helpful, communication was excellent and the car was just as advertised.
This Lexus is very comfortable and enjoyable to drive around Sydney and up to the Blue Mountains for the weekend.
After a quick meet and key search lol, we went over the car and then we were on our way.
Great Service , excellent car , Hybrid , 50 liters cost $30.00 AU good for 750 kms, John was in constant communication and very helpful Lots of time saved at rental counters in the airport.
I would highly recommend booking with Dean, as the car was amazing, and Dean himself was very accommodating.
John made my first rental experience too good to be true, he picked us up and also arranged transport back to the airport after returning the car, will only rent cars from John in future
The car was great, Dean was easy to deal with and made the whole process a pleasure
Awesome , easy to deal with , car was fantastic , a pleasure to meet John and will highly recommend him to anyone
Reliable host. Very communicative (important when it's in regards to arrivals and departures at airports).
amazing Easy to use app and car it was a breeze and convenient going to keep using car sharing what an amazing concept
Easy pickup and drop off Great communication Everything worked great inside the car
Absolutely beautiful car to drive and spectacular service from initial contact several weeks out to personal greeting on day of hire.
Thank you Fi H for making our great day happen, Reliable and a great car, Highly recommend you as a host very helpful and a respectful person.
Navreet was a fantastic guy and very pleasant. His Lexus was perfect and everything went smoothly. Thank you
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Savour a journey along the NSW South Coast by cruising the 140km Grand Pacific Drive. It’s like a moveable lookout guiding you through lush rainforests, gorgeous coastal towns, and across the famed Sea Cliff Bridge jutting dramatically over crashing waves.
A wild canopy of sassafras and coachwoods will be your roadside companions through Blue Mountains National Park — a UNESCO World Heritage-listed region. The one-hour Richmond to Lithgow route also passes the carefully manicured grounds of the Blue Mountains Botanic Garden.
This route technically takes you across state borders to Brisbane, but it also offers plenty of shorter road trip ideas from Sydney. Look out for dolphins and whales as you cruise for three hours towards Port Stevens, stopping to surf sand dunes and swim at small town surf spots.
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