Why You Should Relocate to Sydney as a Tax Expat

Sydney harbour

A true melting pot, Sydney is Australia’s most iconic city with a vibrant and friendly culture that attracts thousands of expats each year. Are you considering a move to Sydney but want to find out more? Discover what this fantastic city has to offer and why tax expats love the city so much!


The appealing sunny climate and mild winters without ice and snow attract many expats to Sydney each year. Experience clear blue skies and sunshine for around 100 days a year!


Bondi beach Sydney

Blessed with dozens of pristine beaches, secret coves and tranquil bays, you can enjoy blissful views of the sparkling ocean and a refreshing dip in the sea before and after work, all year round!

Bondi Beach is a world-famous beach popular amongst surfers and known for its stunning iceberg pool. Beyond its beachfront lies the “Bondi Bubble” where you can find plenty of cafes, bars, restaurants, hotels and designer shops.

You can also enjoy breath-taking, scenic views in the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk in which you will discover some of the quieter but nonetheless enchanting beaches such as Tamarama, Bronte, Gordons Bay and Clovelly.

Catch the ferry from Circular Quay and you will arrive in the seaside suburb of Manly boasting a beautiful golden beach, popular amongst surfers.


The Blue Mountains Sydney

For lovers of nature, escape the hustle and bustle of the city to the enchanting Blue Mountains and surround yourself with eucalyptus trees, canyons, stunning waterfalls and sandstone cliffs. Visit The Three Sisters and admire the memorising rock formation or set off on a bushwalk to explore the beauty of the Blue Mountains.

The Blue Mountains region is situated just north of Sydney and you can arrive there within 1.5 hours when driving along the Great Western highway. A perfect day out at the weekend with family or friends!


After a long day at work, professionals can take a stroll to Darling Harbour where they can indulge in waterfront dining, shopping, exciting nightlife and attend the world’s largest cinema screen at IMAX. For those interested in wildlife, Darling Harbour has a fantastic wildlife zoo and aquarium!


Sydney Opera House at sunset

All-year-round Sydney boasts a thriving arts and culture scene packed full of events, festivals, art galleries, museums and more.

Art lovers can enjoy the famous Art Gallery of NSW, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Brett Whitely Studio and much more.

The Sydney Opera House is the hub of all entertainment welcoming talent from around the world. Expats can see their favourite bands, symphony orchestras, Broadway shows and other gigs.

You can take a tour of the classic Aussie icon and have an expert guide explain the construction history. You will get to see the interior of the six concert halls, a truly captivating and memorable experience often left unseen by the average tourist. You can even say you have visited a UNESCO World Heritage Site!


Witness the city from a different perspective and enjoy spectacular panoramic views by climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A great way to relax and escape the city’s crowds.

If you are interested in a move to Sydney or anywhere else in the world and would like to speak to Kingpin International about International Tax Opportunities, please contact a member of the team. Alternatively, please browse our current International Tax vacancies.

You might be interested in reading our other blog: 7 Reasons Why Tax Expats Love Sydney.