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SYDNEY AUSTRALIA

Sydney Australia home pf the sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. All on the enormous Sydney Harbour. A tourist destination worth seeing.Sydney Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House night time
Take a tour of the Sydney Opera House, walk on top of the Bridge and enjoy a Sydney Harbour Cruise

Ten Best things to do and places to see in Sydney

Sydney is Australia’s largest city!

Sydney is a tourist haven.

Sydney is Australia’s largest city!

The Sydney Opera House

Sydney Australia Opera House on the Sydney Harbour
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The Opera House is in Circular Quay. Designed for an acoustical achievement. But it is a photographers highlight. A tourist plus! Ideal for tourists to take a great photo. By day it’s stunning and by night the views are amazing.
Take a photo from outside the Opera House or from the Harbour Bridge.
You can walk and sit around the outside . Just relaxing and taking in the harbour views.
There are performances to attend and tours of the Opera House. If behind the scenes interests you. There are two-hour backstage tours.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

You can walk across the Bridge, climb the towers and even walk across the top. But most of all take photos of the bridge and from the bridge. It’s a tourist all round winner! Built in around 1932 and peaks at 134 metres (440 feet) above sea level. The top of the bridge tours are safe and need no special climbing skills. Just enjoy the view! Because of the single arch structural appearance. the bridge is nicknamed the ‘Coat Hanger.’

How to get to the Harbour Bridge?

A short walk along Circular Quay waterside. Follow the signs, up a few steps and as an Australian would say ‘You’re on the bridge mate!”

Manly Ferry Ride

Manly Ferry Sydney Harbour

Manly is great for shopping, wining and dining. One of the real tourist attraction is the 30 minute ferry ride. Departing from Circular Quay, onboard you will see the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and experience the size of the Harbour. We recommend standing outside for the beast views and photos. If you have enough time do it twice. Once by day and the other by night. Or a compromise with one trip in the day and returning by night.

Sydney Tower

Open everyday 9.30am to 9.30pm
Located at 100 Market Street.k,
360 degree views of Sydney’s Harbour, bridge, opera house, beaches, skyline and the distant Blue Mountains.
If you wish you can take a 45 minute SkyWalk tour on the outside!

SEALIFE Aquarium at Darling Harbour

In beautiful Darling Harbour at 1-5 Wheat Street. Open 7 days from 9.30am to 6pm.
Walk through the aquarium and experience the same views as a scuba diver. Up close with fish of all sizes and a lot of the Australian sea life. It has a fantastic feel about this attraction.

Sydney’s Beaches

Swim, Surf & Relax
There’s Sydney’s famous beaches from Bondi to Coogee with views and plenty of photo opportunities. The coastal trail of six kilometre (3.7 mile) will walk you through Sydney’s suburban beaches. Swim, surf and share ad drink while seeing the beaches of Bondi, Tamarama, Bronte, Clovelly, and Coogee. Every beach has swimming, surfing and plenty of cafes.
Starting with Bondi Icebergs pool. Strolling past some aboriginal rock carvings at Marks Park.
At the end of the walk is Coogee Beach. Where you can sit back and enjoy the great Australian weather!

October by the Sea

If you are in Sydney in October the Bondi there is the Sea exhibition. Tourists and locals has over 500,000 visitors. Displaying over 100 unique sculptures by local and international artists.

How to get to the Eastern Sydney Beaches?

You can wa.k. Get a taxi or a uber car.
If the walks not for you! Then there are express buses operating from Bondi and Coogee to the Sydney city centre.

Australia’s Native Wildlife

Koala are Australia's cuddly icons

Visit the Taronga Zoo. See Australia’s famous kangaroos, koala, emus and even sea lions. While you’re at the zoo you can view over 4,000 animals from around the world including gorillas, tigers, leopards, chimpanzees, giraffes. While there the view is certainly worth a sit and a photo.
But this is Australia so treat yourself a bit longer to the fantastic Australian wildlife. The bird life is unique as are the reptiles.

How to get to the Taronga Zoo?

From Circular Quay it’s a 12 minutes ferry ride to the north. Just ask a the ticket counter or a local for the departure dock.

Shopping in Sydney.

Everywhere! Shopping for souvenirs at every beach,  Circular Quay,  Darling Harbour and the city center.
Australia’s main departmental stores are Myer and David Jones, located in the Pitt Street Mall. If departmental store are your thing the these two shops have it all! All the international brand names are in this shopping precinct.

Dining in Sydney

As a truly international city dining is abundant. If you want Chinese, Thai, Indian, Australian, seafood or vegetarian you will be happy.
The restaurants, cafes and food malls are in Circular Quay, Darling Harbour. With top of the town high-rise restaurants to every beach., boasting five-star chefs to your favorite fast food diner.
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