Sydney Search for Top Things To Do
Use this search page to find the top things to do in Sydney. Seek and find what you are looking for.
The box at the end of this page searches this web site, we go on about it at some length below. You should be able to find what you are looking fairly easily but if not please ask us. You will find the contact link at the foot of this page.
The Top 100 plus things to do in Sydney
Biased as we maybe, but it would seem logical to first search the top 100 plus things to do in Sydney in our quest for the very best that Sydney has to offer.
More about the noble quest to find the top things to do in Sydney
What do we say about a thing you’d like to do in Sydney? Where does it rank? Where can you find more information about an attraction or tour? Where are the best places to stay? Should you hire a car? What about spiders and snakes and sharks and all those other Australian nasties? You should find all the answers and more by the using the search box at the end of this page.
What if I have a specific enquiry?
We suggest you just type in your enquiry into the search box. For example if you type in “What is BYO” you should see the answer in the search results without even opening the page. The answer is “Bring Your Own” Alcohol.
Why do you have search at all?
We’ll take that as a compliment! You can just follow the pages down from the top thing to do which should give you a good idea of what to do in Sydney. This page is more of a back up. For example, where’s the Opera House listed? You’ll never guess (No. 69).
The Great and the Wonderful
Please let us know your favourite thing to do in Sydney. Please let us know even if it’s something that might not be that earth shattering, but is free and easy to do. Sometimes the simple things, like time on a quiet beach or a beautiful walk can be the best. Let us know whatever your top experience was so others can also appreciate, or appreciate even more, what a great and wonderful place this really is. Click to contact us!
Why are so many pages listed for my enquiry?
If you were to search for Darling Harbour you will find several pages listed. Second on the list you should find “Top 5“. This is a good place to start as it forms part of the listing of Sydney attractions and things to do. The other pages may only refer to Darling Harbour in passing.
I know a top thing to do that’s not listed!
Firstly, Search Sydney is good for this as it might be there just under a different heading. For example, we have listed Wild World, but not under its own name. So it would easy to miss. (it’s listed under Sea Life Sydney Aquarium at 26). Why not list it under its own name? Well, that’s a really good question. The answer varies from listing to listing. In Wild World’s case it is listed at 26 because it backs onto Sea Life Aquarium and the two things are often packaged together. Wild World probably wouldn’t rank this highly on its own. So it just backs on to the Aquarium’s listing just as the building backs onto the Aquarium’s building. Now there’s too much information 🙂 Anyway, we love suggestions and often include them on the list. So please tell us yours.
Don’t remember something you read?
Does the internet rot your brain? Search me! 🙂 American Psychologists have discovered that we are increasingly turning to internet search when we want to find the answer to a question. Dr Betsy Sparrow of Columbia University has shown that we are much better at remembering where we might find a piece of information, than remembering the information itself. So, logically, as internet search has become more reliable and easy to use, people have turned to the internet rather than rely on their own memories. Don’t be too concerned however, the scientists don’t believe that this is detrimental to our brains or that it is permanent. As for me, I’d call it conserving my mental resources for more important things like..is it beer o’clock yet? 🙂
Why is there more than one page on a given subject
A good answer to why you might find more than one page is we have so much we want to prattle on about that we have not only listed an attraction on the main pages but have also set up a dedicated page. An example of this is Taronga Zoo, however, that might not be the full story. This web site is middle aged by internet standards. Consequently we have grown out a bit and could maybe lose a bit of weight. So if we have duplicated something please let us know and we will burn it off, slim it down or otherwise get into shape (or try to).
A little Q & A
These are just some of the questions you should find answers to through this page – have fun and please let us know if you have comments or suggestions.
I’ve searched and I’m still none the wiser.
Time to send us an email. We like feedback and may even publish it if you let us. Contact us!