Mascot is a suburb located in the Inner-South of Sydney. It is about 7 kilometres from Sydney’s central business district. Most of the suburb is administered by Bayside Council, with a small part of the suburb located within Inner West Council. The city has many attractions to offer its residents.

Cedar Lake historians take visitors on a floating tour of time

Cedar Lake historians have teamed up with the Hesston Steam Museum to bring the steamship back to Mascot. Through a Steam through History program, visitors can take a look at the town’s history while cruising the lake on the Steamer Dewey, captained by a Chicago native.

The museum features inventive new exhibits that tell the story of Cedar Lake from its glacial formation to the early 20th century and the steamboats that ply its waters. Guests can also take a stroll on the pier, where there are four public boat slips, and enjoy a delicious meal at the Lighthouse Restaurant.

Harbour City’s main airport

The airport is located on the northern shore of Botany Bay and is the main gateway to Sydney. It has excellent public transport links and offers aerial tours of the city’s attractions. The airport also offers car hire and campervan hire. A number of airlines operate scenic joy flights from this airport. In addition, you can also book a tour of the harbour by helicopter.

Hidden destination

If you’re looking for a side trip from Sydney or Newcastle, you should consider visiting Mascot. It’s a quaint, upcoming tourist destination that offers a number of unique things to do. There’s even a unique Japanese tea garden, where you can enjoy Japanese tea and meditation in the midst of the trees.