Sydney Point – A scenic viewpoint of Panchgani Hill Station

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Mahabaleshwar is a fabulous hill station settled in the lap of magnificent Western Ghats of Maharashtra. Often referred as the queen of hill stations in Maharashtra, this pristine hill station is graced with charming view of hills, mystical landscapes, flourishing plantations, scenic waterfalls, lush green forests and exotic wildlife.
Sydney Point –A scenic viewpoint of Panchgani Hill Station
Our Group at Sydney Point, Panchgani

Visited Mahabaleshwar multiple times but missed the Sydney point all the time, so for this road trip we planned Sydney point as the first spot after travelling from Pune. The location offers a breathtaking view of the valley and the breeze on the edge of the point is very soothing and relaxing.
Sydney Point –A scenic viewpoint of Panchgani Hill Station
At Khambatki Ghat
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani

Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Selfie time
Sydney Point is located around 2 km from Panchgani Bus Stand; it is one of the famous viewpoints in Panchgani Hill Station in Satara District of Maharashtra. It can be visited during your way to Mahabaleshwar Hill Station.
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Scenic view from Sydney Point
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Our group at Sydney Point
Sydney Point is famous for providing charming views of the Krishna Valley, the picturesque view of the Dhom Dam, Kamalgad Fort and the city of Wai. It is a short climb from the main road and the plus point for Sydney point is that it offers the view of the Panchgani town from the top which is really beautiful.
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Bhel-Puri wala at Sydney Point
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Sydney Point Parking Area
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Star of our Group ;)
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Me and Siraj Bhai
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani

Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Mustafa Bhai
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Ice-Cream shop at Sydney Point
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Scenic view from Sydney Point
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Myself
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Maqdum Bhai
Sydney Point –A scenic viewpoint of Panchgani Hill Station
Zameer Bhai
Sydney Point –A scenic viewpoint of Panchgani Hill Station
Tajuddin Bhai
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Siraj Bhai
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Another scenic view at Sydney Point
Parse Point is the scenic point situated on the way to Mahabaleshwar at the entrance of Panchgani town. It offers spectacular views of the mountains, Panchgani Table land, lush green Krishna Valley and crystal sky-blue waters of the Dhom Dam. This popular picnic spot of Mahabaleshwar got its name from the fact that in earlier days, it was a favorite spot of the Parsi Community. You can enjoy a fun-filled day with your family, simply sit back and enjoy the mesmerizing view. There is small entry and parking fee at the entrance of the view point.
Sydney and Parsi point - Must visit place of Panchgani
Our Group at Parsi Point, Panchgani
Best Time to Visit 
The ideal time is to visit the place is in the morning around 6 am and evening post 5 pm. With its scenic view and windy atmosphere it relaxes the mind from the crowd of city lifestyle.

Tourist visitors coming in their own vehicles may need to pay a toll at Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani, and a receipt is valid for 7 days from the date of entry.

Here's a map for reference:

After visiting Sydney Point we all headed towards other scenic places of Mahabaleshwar like Venna Lake, Echo, Kates, Arthur Seat & Malcolm points.

Other best places to be visited in Mahabaleshwar:
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