12 Ideas To Spend A Romantic Weekend In Sydney

Sydney is the perfect global getaway for any traveler who wants to fully experience the world. Sydney doesn’t disappoint on any level; it has the right ambience for the corporate traveler and the absolute best beaches for the water adventurer. As for the romantic in you, Sydney has many treats in store, 12 of which we’ll explore here.

1. Fly A Hot Air Balloon And Visit the Opera

On Saturday, take your partner on a romantic hot air balloon ride over Sydney. Return to base for a charming breakfast and a glass of champagne and explore Sydney on foot. On Sunday, cruise the Sydney Harbor and head to the Sydney Opera House at night to enjoy a fabulous performance.

2. Start With A Helicopter Ride And End With A Spa Treatment

Take your partner for a stunning helicopter tour of Sydney and enjoy unsurpassed views Sydney’s coastline and famous landmarks from the sky. Then on Sunday, visit Spa for a day of indulgent spa treatments, from Himalayan therapy to foot massages and mud wraps for that special glow.

3. Climb The Bridge At Twilight And Sail On Sydney Harbor

Climb the world famous Sydney Bridge; it’s the eventual dreamy experience to watch the sunset from the summit. Then on Sunday, hire a yacht and go sailing on Sydney Harbor. At night, anchor at a quiet harbor cove and eat a romantic dinner.

4. Enjoy A Romantic Weekend In The Jenolan Caves

Head out to explore the romantic Jenolan Caves in the Blue Mountains. Stay at one of the luxury hotels in this area, and hire an experienced tour guide takes you deep into the magnificent crystal-filled caves with their glittering blue waters.

5. Go On A Romantic, Mystery Flight

Take this Mystery Flight package for a hassle-free, thrilling flight on major airlines (Virgin Blue, Jetstar or Qantas). The best destinations are Coffs Harbor, Adelaide, Hobart, Townsville, Capricorn Coast, Fraser Coast and many more.

6. Take a Romantic Seaplane Flight

Take your partner on a seaplane flight and stay overnight at Jonah’s Whale Beach, a stunning ocean retreat situated on Northern Beaches. The seaplane flight from Rose Bay offers an amazingly scenic experience over Sydney. The package includes a three course à la carte dinner, and complimentary breakfast.

7. Escape To Mornington Peninsula’s Hot Springs

You and your love will really enjoy this seaside escape to Mornington Peninsula’s Portsea. Enjoy the hot springs which are not only relaxing, but also therapeutic. You could also enjoy some spa services while there. Stay at a self-contained apartment with all possible luxuries including a heated pool. Enjoy a continental breakfast by the pool side.

8. Take A Luxury Catamaran Cruise On Sydney Harbor

Take a luxury cruise on a catamaran on Sydney Harbor; stop at one of the many secluded coves for the perfect romantic picnic. If you love bushwalks, use up some of your weekend exploring the native Australian bushland fauna and flora. Explore the national park nearby when you get a breather!

9. Take A Self-Drive Boat Tour

Hire a self-drive boat and load it up with a picnic hamper, plenty of music and champagne. Enjoy Sydney’s coastline, its coves and small outlay islands. Spend the night at Tarango Zoo, listening to the night sounds of the wildlife.

10. Charter A Luxury Super Yacht For A Romantic Escape

Hire a luxury yacht for a very special occasion, perhaps a major anniversary. The yacht will take you around Sydney’s vast coastline, and moor at a remote beach to let you enjoy a wonderful lunch and drinks.

11. Enjoy Sydney’s Open Air And Moonlight Cinema

Watch a romantic movie at the Open Air Cinema near Mrs. Macquaries Chair, with the Sydney Harbor Bridge and opera house as backdrops. Head out for a romantic lunch and at night; watch a romantic movie at the Moonlight Cinema in Centennial Park. The next day, hire a boat and head to Pittwater for a day of paddling.

12. Explore Sydney’s Northern Beaches

Hire a Harley bike or a Trike and roar up the coast of the Northern Beaches. Head to Palm Beach for a day of surfing and hobnobbing with the glam crowd. Visit the Ku-ring-gai National Park on the way to Manly, passing Church Point and Scotland Island. Make sure you have time for a beach picnic!