Published: 16 September 2013 by: Holidays for Couples

 Steal a kiss in Sydney at the Harbour Bridge, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city at sunset.

One of the best places to steal a kiss in Sydney is the Harbour Bridge, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the city at sunset.

Looking for the perfect place to lock lips in Sydney? There are numerous romantic nooks where couples can enjoy a quick smooch in the city, but here are a few particularly special spots.

1. Hyde Park

Grab a picnic and head over to Hyde Park - with 350 acres to choose from, you're sure to find a private spot to have a glass of wine and a little lunch. Sneak a kiss while surrounded by butterflies, wildflowers and black swans.

2. On a ferry ride

Steal a smooch on the bow of the ferry while you take in spectacular views of the harbour. Sunset is a particularly romantic time to ride the ferry, as you can snuggle with your honey while the magnificent colours light up the sky and reflect on the water.

3. Royal Botanical Garden

Wander around the gorgeous botanical garden hand-in-hand, revelling in all the varieties of flowers, plants and wildlife. If you find yourself near Mrs Macquaries Point and the time feels right, pause to take in the view of Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Plant a kiss on your partner and then mosey toward the heart of the gardens for some bird-watching.

4. Observatory Hill

Head over to Sydney's Observatory Hill to enjoy a bit of stargazing. The Hill overlooks Sydney Harbour, and city lights twinkle in the distance. Find a spot in the garden, lay down a blanket, and cosy up to one another while you try to name a few constellations or spot a shooting star. There are few better times to steal a kiss.

5. Sydney Harbour Bridge

There are four different ways to climb Sydney Harbour Bridge, but whichever way you choose there will be ample opportunity to give your partner an unforgettable kiss while you enjoy a 360-degree view of the city. Dawn or dusk are perhaps the most beautiful times of day to revel in this iconic landmark in the heart of the city.

For more travel information and accommodaiton options in Sydney, visit our New South Wales travel directory.

Tourism NSW - Stephen Ward



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