Sydney for Two: Romantic Weekend Getaways for Lovers

Last updated on October 18th, 2019 at 04:20 pm

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 Have your sight on Australia’s most famous city – Sydney for your romantic weekend getaway? You’re not alone. The beautiful city of Sydney receives thousands of visitors every week, and many of these are couples who want to be in one of the world’s most romantic destinations.

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In this article, we’ve created a list of some of the best Sydney retreats that are suitable for most occasions – all within 2 hours or less from central Sydney. We will provide you with exclusive lodges, luxury holiday homes, beachside villas and boutique hotels.

Central Coast. A short one-hour drive north of Sydney will bring you to one of the greatest destinations for adventure seekers and nature lovers. The NSW Central Coast is where you can satisfy yourself with quaint landscapes, perfect beaches, and exhilarating outdoor activities. Coastal towns such as Avoca and Terrigal are the places to visit if you want to relax by the seaside, enjoy scenic coastal walks, and explore the vibrant food scene.

Things to see and do:  Bouddi National Park Coastal Walk, Gosford Classic Car Museum, Glenworth Valley, Beachfront Cafés

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Sydney. Don’t want to go far? Well, there’s absolutely no need to go far to enjoy your romantic weekend getaway. Sydney itself is surrounded by stunning attractions and breathtaking landscapes that offers different delightful activities that will absolutely excite just about every couple throughout the year. Whether you’re craving for exceptional cuisines and world-class wines, looking for a relaxing time on the beach, or going around to get a taste of the local attractions, it is all possible within Sydney.

Things to see and do: Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, The Royal Botanic Garden, Word-Class Dining, Theatre & Entertainment

Palm Beach. Familiar with Home and Away? Of course, you are! Palm Beach is known as the set of this iconic Australian television soap. This beach is a long and exquisite paradise found at the exclusive end of Sydney’s Northern Beaches, surrounded by the surf on one side and a serene strip on the other, where if you’re traveling with children, is a calmer strand perfect for them. This remarkable suburb offers ample of activities and exceptional experiences that will keep couples or families entertained. Activities include river cruising, kayaking, whale watching, etc.

Things to see and do:  Palm Beach Golf Course, Palm Beach, Barrenjoey Lighthouse, Hawkesbury River Cruises, Home and Away Tour

The Blue Mountains. Encircled by outstanding scenery and garden-fresh mountain air, this World Heritage-listed location is the perfect place for couples who want to unwind and relax in nature’s tranquillity. This relaxing destination also provides a lot of adrenaline-charged activities, including abseiling and rock climbing, cliff top lookouts, guided walks to waterfalls, and even learning about the region’s Indigenous heritage.

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Things to see and do: Three Sisters Rock Formation, Scenic World, Jenolan Caves, Waradah Aboriginal Centre, National Parks

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There you go! Now it’s time to plan your couple-only weekend getaway. Don’t forget to be on the lookout for other places not mentioned in this article. Sometimes, the best places are those you see while you’re leisurely driving in a new place. Have fun!

Ruben Arribas is a Spanish traveler who has traveled more than 70+ countries around the world. He believes in travel without money. Recently, he finished a bicycle trip, 9500 km, from Madrid to North Cape.

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