Internship in Sydney
You should plan a lot of time for your internship in Sydney as there is a lot to explore on the south-east coast outside working hours. You should have very good English skills and a tertiary degree to apply for a professional internship in Sydney. We offer internships in branches such as marketing, tourism, logistics, media, public relations and many more.
- event management
- mechanical engineering
- internships starting from 4 weeks
- professional internships
- various internship branches
Sydney – Internship in one of the most beautiful cities in the world
Sydney is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the world. From the popular Bondi Beach to the world famous Opera House and the Harbour Bridge: Sydney has a lot to offer! And the best way to explore the city is during a professional internship in Sydney.
Seeing the Harbour Bridge and the opera house for the first time, I was so enthusiastic and genuinely happy about having decided to move to Sydney. It is truly beautiful!!
– Viktoria, intern in Sydney
There are amazing stories behind this miracle of architecture and engineering. Take in the major venues, where over 1,500 performances are staged each year, and immerse in the dramatic world of Australia's premier performing arts centre on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour.
Bridge climb - the ultimate experience of Sydney with guided climbs to the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, 134 meters above Sydney Harbour. Climb the harbour bridge for beautiful views at sunrise, midday or sunset!
Queen Victoria Building
QVB - The Queen Victoria Building has been described by Pierre Cardin as "the most beautiful shopping centre in the world". This outstanding example of Byzantine architecture, which occupies an entire city block, was built in 1898 to replace the original Sydney Markets.
The building is a major attraction for both visitors and residents and is open every day. Shops with Old-World shop fronts are located on three levels and here you will find some of the most interesting shopping in Sydney.
Darling Harbour - There are plenty of things to do for the whole family at Darling Harbour, with so many of Sydney’s attractions to choose from. There’s hands-on fun, fabulous worlds to explore and open areas to run free.
Get up close to Australia’s extraordinary undersea creatures at Sydney Aquarium – Sydney’s #1 Attraction and one of the largest aquariums in the world. Catch a movie on the big screen at IMAX Theatre. Discover the history and the stories of the seas at the Australian National Maritime Museum. Visit the Powerhouse Museum – home to Australian history and culture.
Take a walk on the wild side at Sydney’s newest attraction, Sydney Wildlife World.
Luna Park - a historical amusement park located in Milsons Point just under the north side of the Harbour Bridge. Luna Park has been thrilling kids of all ages in Sydney ever since it first opened in 1935. The park’s mix of favorite rides, new attractions and huge range of entertainment make it the perfect place just for fun. Best of all, entry to Luna Park is free! Walk the city - look up and around, check out the parks, wander on foot through the back alleys of the Rocks or perhaps you can take a walking tour or simply just get lost in the city - you never know what you might come across.
The beaches – Northern Beaches, Manly Beach. – “Seven Miles from Sydney and a thousand miles from care “ Manly is everything Australian, it is our culture. A lively Sydney beach resort with excellent accommodation, restaurants..., and all the way to Palm Beach ( Palm Beach / Pittwater /Hawkesbury River Palm Beach is situated approximately 40km from Sydney CBD and is Sydney’s most northerly beach positioned on the Pacific Ocean foreshores. Climb up to Palm Beach lighthouse or play a round of golf or relax at the beach.
Fort Denision Island
Fort Denison Island - Sydney was once a prison for the worst convicts.
Art Gallery of NSW
Art Gallery of NSW - There are three reasons to visit the Art Gallery of New South Wales (Open Sun-Sat 10-5)
- its radiant setting in Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens
- the most stunning collection of books and artifacts
- free admission
Lower North Shore: Mosman/ Balmoral Beach Mosman is one of Sydney’s most exclusive suburbs; with historical aboriginal sites, Taronga Park Zoo, breathtaking views and stunning architecture.
There is no better place to learn to sail than Sydney. Hoist the sails; get behind the grinders and experience sailing on Sydney Harbour, The Pittwater or many other coves and inlets.