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What are the major events and festivals held in Sydney?
An annual celebration of the arts, the Sydney Festival takes place in January and features a fantastic line up of entertainment, from live music and dance through to plays, opera, visual arts exhibitions and more. Attracting the likes of Sir Ian McKellen, Bjork and Elvis Costello in previous years, there’s always plenty to see and do throughout the festival period. If you’re thinking of booking Mildura to Sydney flights to coincide with the festival, it’s good to note that many events are ticketed and need to be booked in advance.
Mardi Gras Parade
One of the premier events for Australia’s LGBTQI+ community, Sydney’s Mardi Gras Parade is not only an annual celebration of the LGBTQI+ culture, but also the power of self expression. Featuring spectacular costumes and floats, community members, allies and spectators gather together for an evening of dancing, great music and plenty of fun. Travelling along Sydney’s Oxford Street, the Mardi Gras Parade is one event that certainly needs to be seen to be believed. Consider booking your flights from Mildura to Sydney to arrive in time for you to see for yourself.
A favourite among visitors and locals alike, Vivid Sydney is a festival of light, music and ideas. Attracting large crowds from across Australia and the globe each year, the festival program not only boasts an assortment of breathtaking light installations, but some fantastic talks, concerts and debates. Previous festivals have featured performances by the likes of The Cure, Ice Cube and Morrissey, with light projections on the Sydney Opera House and other harbourside buildings continuing to wow crowds year after year. With light installations and events scattered across the city and its suburbs, there’s so much to see and do throughout the festival period once you arrive on your cheap flights from Mildura to Sydney.
Sculpture by the Sea
Although the walk from Bondi to Tamarama is great at any time of the year, Sculpture by the Sea, an outdoor sculpture exhibition, makes the journey even more worthwhile. Held annually between October and November, the exhibition features sculptures crafted by local and international artists which are positioned along the length of the walk. While the art on show does vary from year to year, there are always plenty of amazing pieces to discover. Be sure to stop by the exhibition if you’re due to travel from Mildura to Sydney when it’s on.
What are the top tips for first-time travellers to Sydney?
Although Sydney is a major city, you’ll find that it’s actually quite easy to navigate on foot, especially if you plan to spend most of your time in the CBD. Pack a pair of comfortable walking shoes before you leave home on your flights from Mildura to Sydney and enjoy some gentle exercise as you wander the city.
If you plan to explore Sydney using the city’s public transport network, consider purchasing an Opal card. A reloadable travel card, Opal cards can be used when travelling on trains, buses, ferries, and Sydney’s light rail and metro services. They can be topped up online, at most train stations and at select retail outlets. To purchase an Opal card after your cheap flights from Mildura to Sydney, you’ll find a number of retailers at Sydney Airport, as well as many across Sydney’s CBD.
If you need to be somewhere in Sydney at a specific time and are making your way there using public transport, be sure to leave enough time to account for any delays you may encounter. Although Sydney’s public transport network is quite reliable, if you’re travelling during peak hour periods or in bad weather, you may experience some delays.
How much time should you spend in Sydney?
With so much to see and do across Sydney and its suburbs, it can be hard to know just how much time you should spend in the city. If you’re wanting to enjoy a taste of Sydney, visiting some of its top attractions, plan a trip that’s two or three days in length. You’ll be able to get to know the city’s CBD, seeing iconic landmarks, such as the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, in person.
If you’d prefer to see more of Sydney, exploring its suburbs and spending more time enjoying its attractions, consider making your way from Mildura to Sydney for a four- or five-day stay. Not only will you have time to see Sydney’s top attractions, but you can also head a little further afield to suburbs such as Newtown, Glebe, Redfern and Darlinghurst.
There’s so much to see and do in the areas surrounding Sydney. If the thought of day trips to destinations such as the Blue Mountains and the New South Wales South Coast sounds appealing, a week-long stay in Sydney might be ideal for you.
How far is Sydney from Mildura?
Sydney is approximately 830 kilometres away from Sydney.
How long is the flight from Mildura to Sydney?
Flights from Mildura to Sydney are approximately two hours in duration.
Which airlines fly direct from Mildura to Sydney?
Qantas flies direct between Mildura and Sydney.