Sydney is a popular destination in Australia with an interesting history. For over 50,000 years, the Indigenous population have lived in here. Captain Cook arrived in 1770, claiming the land for Great Britain. The British arrived in 1788 looking for somewhere for convicts to be placed. Over 162,000 convicts were brought here over a 60 year period before being sent to other states.
Sydney is a city I have lived in and visit frequently. During my time here, I have discovered many places suitable for solo travel. Here are some recommendations of places to stay, things to do and places to eat if you are by yourself.
Note that not all destinations have the same local laws and customs as your home country. Click on the link to take you to the UK Government’s website which provides up to date information about local laws and customs in Australia.