Tap into the "Wild Wild Life" around Sydney to spice up your business trip!

Couple Sitting On Field

In Australia, life revolves around nature and outdoor activities. Truth be told, the country is blessed with fantastic beaches, cute animals and gorgeous scenery. It would be a shame to stick to the central business district, wouldn’t it? So, to take your mind off things, why don’t you leave it behind for a bit, and drive away in your rented car to some amazing places around Sydney?

You have just attended a conference on the quality control of hand cream

Indeed, you need a break from moisture measurements. Drive 36 km south of Sydney, near Cronulla, to unwind at the Royal National Park. You can either trek the cliff-fringed coast, walk through eucalyptus bush lands, observe whales migrating, swim under the waterfalls in Wattamolla, or admire some aboriginal rock art.

Sir Bertram Stevens Dr, Royal National Park NSW 2233

Hikers Jump On Rocky Pacific Coast.

Carrying a computer doesn’t count as exercise

Did you know that golf stimulates neurological performance? And it doesn’t matter if your handicap is 54, because the Coast Golf Club welcomes players of all skill levels and experience. Located in Sydney’s South Eastern suburb of Little Bay, 16 km from the city business centre, the venue also offers scenic ocean views. No doubt, you will also love the dramatic sea cliffs overlooking Botany Bay.

1 Coast Hospital Rd, Little Bay NSW

The only swimming fish you have ever come across are those on your screensaver

Only 17 km from Sydney, Bare Island is connected by a wooden bridge to the suburb of La Perouse. It happens to be a snorkeler’s paradise, where crystal clean water houses weedy sea dragons, grey nurse sharks, leatherjackets, goatfish, octopus, pineapple fish, red Indian fish and other aquatic life.

Bare Island, NSW

Friends Swimming In Sea

You’re an anthropologist stuck in a black suit rut

Just 28 km north of Sydney, Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park is filled with Aboriginal heritage which boasts a symphony of scenic beauty. You only need to take a brief stroll through the bush to find the Aboriginal Heritage walk, which includes rock engravings and handprints made by the Guringai people.

Bobbin Head Rd, NSW

Somewhere deep inside, you know hard work is overrated 

Who hasn’t heard of the famous Bondi Beach, 9 km from Sydney? It’s time to make your way towards the southern end of the beach, where the Bondi Icebergs Club has something quite unique to offer. Picture a saltwater pool doused with ocean water that splashes in from the surging breakers. For a small fee, you can swim in the main pool or relax on the 150 m2 sundeck.

1 Notts Ave, Bondi NSW 

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