In most countries Boxing day is celebrated on the day after Christmas. This day was originally celebrated as a holiday to give gifts to the poor, but today แทงมวย Day is primarily known as a shopping holiday. People usually donate to the poor, give out charities and maybe volunteer for good causes. Specific only to a few countries, Boxing Day is considered a public holiday and the cities involved will be in festive moods. Here are a few celebrations in Sydney to take part in for a fun Boxing Day.
Sydney is a splendid city located on the East Coast of Australia. This capital of New South Wales is one of the most populous and largest cities in Australia. This sun-drenched city is draped with bushlands, interlaced by waterways and dotted with islands around its harbour. The city represents diversity and you can find it anywhere and everywhere throughout its coastline. Boxing Day is a massive shopping holiday in Sydney with retailers going big with their advertisements and discounts. Apart from this, numerous events and celebrations unfold around the city, including the famous Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. The race starts from the harbour and usually takes upto 3 days to complete. The Boxing Day Sydney Harbour cruise offers the best seats around to see the thrilling start of this famous race. Hop on an Australian-built multi-million dollar catamaran and catch all the action from its three expansive outer decks.
This purpose-built vessel with its ultra-modern interiors and contemporary decor offers a unique restaurant-quality dining experience. Feast on a sumptuous buffet lunch menu (unlimited) prepared freshly by onboard chefs and club them with a drinks and beverage package available for purchase from the fully licensed bar. This fully air-conditioned cruise will take you on a voyage around the harbour where you can soak in the stunning views of the harbour attractions including the iconic Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. So hop on this Boxing Day cruise and experience the buzz of the harbour prior to the race along with a quality buffet menu.
Sydney’s heritage-listed Royal National Park in the Eastern Coastline of Australia is the world’s second-oldest national park. The park is characterised by coastal cliffs, secluded beaches, bushlands, incredible rock formations and some native wildlife. A great spot away from the city, this a perfect location to cycle, bushwalk, surf, picnic or whale watch (seasonal). See Australia’s stunning landscape in a glimpse on this 26 kilometre national park trail.
This park gives you the opportunity to experience Australia’s exotic and diverse landscape up close, and you’ll start sensing just how different the island truly is. Hike through the park and take amazing photographs or ride a bike through the twisted trails or you can relax and enjoy the serene atmosphere . If you are visiting the island between May and November, keep your eyes glued to the sea to spot the majestic mammals as they migrate to the warmer waters. During whale watching season, people flock into the Royal National Park as it is one of the best places to watch the whales up close as they pass by the shore. This is undoubtedly one of the most intriguing places to visit in Sydney.