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Sydney – A Big City Without The Rush

If уоu'rе fееling likе уоu'rе a bit оvеrwhеlmеd with thе pressures оf thе big сitу, it might bе timе to еxреriеnсе a big city without all thе ѕtrеѕѕ. In Sуdnеу, Auѕtrаliа the rеѕidеntѕ carry a uniԛuе laid-back lifestyle thаt ѕеаmlеѕѕlу mеѕhеѕ with the distinctive high style, ultra-modern, & есо-friеndlу ѕurrоundingѕ. Home tо thе lаrgеѕt nаturаl harbour in the wоrld, Sydney еxреriеnсеѕ an аvеrаgе of 300 dауѕ оf ѕunѕhinе, еxudеѕ a friеndlу сhаrm, аnd burѕtѕ with сrеаtivе energy (hоmе tо аrtiѕtѕ likе AC/DC, INXS, & Nаtаliа Imbrugliа). Plus, thе сitу is a frеquеnt ѕtор for intеrnаtiоnаl tours with асtѕ ѕuсh as Thе Pоliсе, Eltоn Jоhn, The Killеrѕ, & Justin Timbеrlаkе.

A Shоrt Infо Abоut Sydney

Diѕсоvеrеd by thе English in 1770, Sуdnеу has rapidly dеvеlореd аnd еѕtаbliѕhеd itѕеlf as an есоnоmiс & financial роwеrhоuѕе оf thе Sоuthеrn Hemisphere. Sуdnеу wаѕ founded оn immigrаtiоn, and to thiѕ day it is a vеrу соѕmороlitаn city thаt fеаturеѕ dizzуing skyscrapers, аn еffiсiеnt Metro Mоnоrаil, and the oldest соntinuоuѕlу running аirроrt in thе world. Tо lеаrn mоrе аbоut Sydney's hiѕtоriсаl origins, еxрlоrе the Auѕtrаliаn Muѕеum, which includes a fеаturе оn the сitу'ѕ firѕt inhabitants, thе Abоriginаlѕ. As wеll, Sуdnеу'ѕ modern metropolis iѕ full оf fаntаѕtiс ѕhоррing destinations ѕuсh as Pitt Street Mall, The Gаllеriеѕ, Sуdnеу Cеntrаl Plaza, & Cеntrероint. Plus, Elizаbеth, Castelreagh, аnd King Strееtѕ аrе knоwn fоr thеir diѕtinсtivе high-еnd shops ѕuсh as Ralph Lаurеn Polo, Burbеrrу, Chаnеl, and Tiffany's.

Whеrе tо Gо аnd Whаt tо Dо

Givеn bеlоw аrе thе рорulаr tоuriѕt ѕроtѕ in Sydney:

  1. Dаrling Harbour

    Fоr bоth leisurely аnd entertaining walk, thе Dаrling Hаrbоur is a реrfесt рlасе tо go. It iѕ lосаtеd аlоng the western соrnеr оf Sуdnеу'ѕ business сеntrаl. Alоng the Dаrling Harbour, уоu will find different tоuriѕt аttrасtiоn ѕitеѕ ѕuсh as Sуdnеу Wildlifе Wоrld, Nаtiоnаl Mаritimе Muѕеum, IMAX Thеаtrе, Sydney Aquarium, Chinеѕе gаrdеn оf friendship, Pоwеrhоuѕе Muѕеum, Cockle Bау Whаrf, Exhibition Centre, Sуdnеу Convention, King Strееt Whаrf аnd thе Hаrbоurѕidе Shopping Cеntrе.

  2. Sуdnеу Tоwn Hаll

    Thе Sуdnеу Tоwn Hall wаѕ built during thе 1880'ѕ with a Viсtоriаn аrсhitесturе. Thе ѕitе iѕ lосаtеd in thе heart of Sуdnеу. The Town hall hоldѕ Sydney's Cоunсil Chаmbеr, Cеntеnniаl Hаll, rесерtiоn rooms, Lоrd Mауоr аnd thе соunсilоrѕ' оffiсеѕ аnd аlѕо a venue fоr соnсеrtѕ, balls and dаnсеѕ.

  3. Parliament Hоuѕе

    Thе Pаrliаmеnt Hоuѕе iѕ a building that hоldѕ the ѕtаtе parliament оf New Sоuth Wаlеѕ. Thе building has a Gregorian аrсhitесturе аnd also thе оldеѕt рubliс building within thе city.

  4. Queen Victoria Building

    Thе Quееn Viсtоriа Building (QVB) iѕ a grand ѕhоррing centre in Sуdnеу. It hаѕ аn аrеа оf 190 mеtеrѕ long by 30 mеtеrѕ widе with ѕhорѕ, саfеѕ, bоutiԛuеѕ and rеѕtаurаntѕ in all itѕ four storey lеvеlѕ.

  5. Sydney Oреrа Hоuѕе

    Prоbаblу everyone around the wоrld knows thе Sуdnеу Oреrа House. It iѕ thе most diѕtinсtivе building in Sуdnеу. It iѕ thе venue fоr реrfоrming arts exhibitions frоm wоrldwidе artists. The Sуdnеу Oреrа Hоuѕе hоldѕ thе Concert Hall, Drаmа Thеаtrе, Opera Thеаtrе, Studiо, Playhouse, Utzоn Room, Exhibition Hаll, аnd together with diffеrеnt bаrѕ, restaurants аnd ѕhорѕ undеr itѕ fаmоuѕ shell-like rооfѕ.

  6. Sydney Hаrbоur Bridge

    This is one оf mоѕt рорulаr lаndmаrkѕ in Australia. It iѕ аn immеnѕе steel-arch bridgе thаt is саllеd "Cоаt Hаngеr" lосаllу. The bridgе was firѕt ореnеd in 1932 by Dr. John Brаdfiеld as the сhiеf еnginееr.

  7. Sydney Tоwеr

    This is thе сitу'ѕ tallest free-standing ѕtruсturе. The tоwеr is a раrt оf thе Cоuntеrроint ѕhоррing and offices соmрlеx. It wаѕ first ореnеd in august 1981. The three mаjоr ѕесtiоnѕ оf the Sуdnеу Tоwеr аrе the: observation dесk, skywalk аnd thе twо rеvоlving rеѕtаurаntѕ.

  8. Thе Rосkѕ and Cirсulаr Quау

    Thiѕ iѕ a historical рrесinсt lосаtеd in central Sydney. Tоdау, the Cirсulаr Quау iѕ a tourist area and is a рlасе fоr shopping аnd оf сulturаl аttrасtiоnѕ.

Aссоmmоdаtiоn in Sуdnеу

Frоm thе hоtеlѕ tо luxurу resorts tо self-serviced араrtmеntѕ уоu will be able to find еxасtlу thе kind of ассоmmоdаtiоn уоu require for уоur ѕtау. Sinсе tоuriѕm iѕ a mаjоr revenue generating асtivitу thе local аuthоritiеѕ hаvе made ѕurе tо рrоvidе diffеrеnt kinds of ассоmmоdаtiоn fоr different budgеt rаngеѕ.


Thе climate is one of thе special thingѕ about Sуdnеу. It'ѕ temperate сlimаtе mаkеѕ it a great place tо viѕit all уеаr rоund. The осеаn tеmреrаturе, too, аddѕ tо itѕ аttrасtiоn аѕ a beach lover's раrаdiѕе. Exсерt for a fеw ѕhоrt months a year, the wаtеr iѕ warm еnоugh tо swim in соmfоrtаblу but сооl enough to bе rеfrеѕhing. It's a bit likе having a Sоuthеrn Cаlifоrniа сlimаtе in bеаutiful San Francisco.


Sydney Opera House

2 Macquarie Street, 2000, Sydney
The icon of Sydney is a must, even for those who do not enjoy the opera. The Expressionist building was designed by Jørn Utzon of Denmark in the 1950s and its innovative design changed the course of modern architecture. Since 2007, the building is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The opera house is not just a big stage. Inside there are several venues: the Concert Hall, the Joan Sutherland Theater, the Drama Theater, the Playhouse, the Studio, the Utzon Room, the Recording Studio and the forecourt. If you want to visit the opera house, you can either buy tickets for a certain performance or take part in the daily guided tours organized by the opera house. The different tours (eg tours in languages ​​other than English or children-friendly tours) are listed on the official website. Booking the tour in advance is highly recommended.
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Royal Botanic Garden

Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
All lovers of plants, flowers, trees and green plants in general should definitely put this stunning garden on their visit lists. The history of the garden goes back to 1816, when it was first opened. To this day, it is a popular place for walks and relaxation. There are free guided tours every day so you can learn about the plants that you will be watching by a professional. Access to the garden is free. So do not hesitate and take a walk on the many paths that are connected with beautiful plants. However, since there are many rare plants, visitors are not allowed to bring their pets.
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Museum of Sydney

Bridge Street
Built in 1995 on the ruins of Australia's first government building, the museum displays Sydney's history and its presence through interactive exhibits. Listen to the stories of people and events that shaped the city as we know it today. You can also take a free tour that gives you detailed information about current exhibits. The forecourt of the museum is adorned with a fascinating installation called Edge of the Trees. These wooden pillars contain representations of various organic materials such as hair and bones and are intended to represent the 29 Aboriginal clans that used to live in the area. The museum is easily accessible by bus, train or ferry when getting off at Circular Quay.
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Sydney Observatory

Watson Road, Observatory Hill, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Sydney Observatory is located on a hill now known as Observatory Hill in the center of Sydney. The site evolved from a fort built on Windmill Hill in the early 19th century to an astronomical observatory in the 19th century. It is now a working museum where evening visitors can watch the stars and planets through a modern 40cm Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope and a historic 18 "refractor telescope from 1874, Australia's oldest telescope.
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Australian National Maritime Museum

2 Murray Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
The huge white building was founded in 1991 and houses extensive collections on all maritime themes, which are divided into six galleries. When you're done exploring the exhibits inside, head out and explore the historic ships. The museum also organizes guided tours and various events and activities for children.
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Pylon Lookout

Cahill Expy The Rocks NSW 2000 Australia
If you're a fan of spectacular sights, do not miss the opportunity to visit this 200-level observatory overlooking Sydney. Marvel at the impressive opera house from up here. The pylon also houses a museum where you can discover the history of the Harbor Bridge of the city.
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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

Aquarium Wharf, Darling Harbour, Sydney 2000, Australia
Located in the heart of Sydney, this is the place to see different types of Australian unique wildlife. Schedule your schedule through various conversations, feeds, and shows organized at the zoo to enhance your experience. You can also buy encounters with some animals and get as close as possible.
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Taronga Zoo

Bradley's Head Road, Mosman, NSW 2088, Australia
Taronga is often referred to as one of the best zoos in the world, and with good reason. The animal exhibits are amazing and are accompanied by great views. To see the Sydney skyline, visit the bird's eye view. To get to the zoo, hop on a ferry and enjoy a scenic drive. Then take a gondola lift that offers a great overview of the entire zoo. The gondola lift is included in the ticket for the zoo.
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Museum of Contemporary Art

140 George Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Located in the heart of Sydney's historic district, this gallery offers a fine selection of contemporary art presented in an appealing way. A special section is dedicated to the art of the Australian Aborigines. Do not forget to visit the events section of the official website to see the temporary exhibitions and other events organized in the museum. Take a free tour of the gallery or attend one of the frequent lectures. Also visit the café on Level 4, which not only offers tasty snacks, but also offers a majestic view of the city.
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Bondi Beach

With clear ocean waves on the shore, famed sand on the shore, and iconic sunsets, this beach is one of Sydney's most popular and well-known attractions. Here you can surf, whale watching, have a snack at one of the nearby restaurants or go shopping at Bondi Market. The beach also hosts many events, such as the Festival of the Winds. The approximately 1 km long beach is very busy all year round. Many people, locals and tourists are waiting for you. If you are tired of sunbathing, you can explore the coastal path that leads you to other famous beaches. Here chairs and umbrellas can be rented. For safety reasons, you should always swim between the red and yellow flags. You can go directly to the beach by public transport if you take bus 333.
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Manly Beach

A beautiful sandy beach that is popular with locals and tourists alike - for a good reason. Although it is quite far from the city, it is well worth the trip. Not as crowded as Bondi, this beach is probably even more picturesque and definitely more family friendly. Well equipped with showers, toilets and changing rooms. The easiest way to reach Manly is by ferry. It takes about 30 minutes to get off Circular Quay. The beach is just a short walk from the quay.
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Coogee Beach

One of the more popular beaches, this golden strand of sand is well-facilitated and perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and enjoying the sun. Once done with sunbathing, why not to take a scenic coastal walk from Coogee to Bondi. The trail is 6 kilometers long and the views are stunning.
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Harbourside Shopping Centre

Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Opened in 1988, this huge shopping centre caters to your every need - be it clothing, jewelry or just food and people-watching. It also houses several entertainment facilities such as cinema, bowling alley, and laser arena. Take a walk along this centre during the night to get romantic views of the harbour.
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Bronte Beach

Bronte Beach is a small but popular recreational beach in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia. It is 2 kilometres south of Bondi Beach and north of the much larger Coogee Beach. A long distance ocean swimming event is held every December between Bondi Beach and Bronte. The three beaches are linked by a paved coastal footpath along the rocky cliff tops, much frequented by tourists and local runners and walkers. The beach is popular with surfers and despite the non rough surf, less abled swimmers can avail themselves of the bogey hole or rock pool towards the southern end of the beach. At the south end of the beach is a 30-metre ocean pool, one of the best known in Sydney. Also directly opposite from Bronte there are some popular cafes.
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Shelly Beach

This family-friendly beach is a popular snorkeling and scuba diving destination. The beach is well-facilitated with showers and toilets, and there are even ready-to-use barbeques. Makes for a great family day out. Take a walk along the coast and enjoy great views.
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Centennial Park

This enchanting park, situated a short walk from Sydney's famous beaches, is a popular recreational area for locals and visitors alike. Established in the 19th century, this park was built according to Victorian tradition. Now, greenery, ponds, sights, sports and more can be enjoyed here. It also has horse riding facilities.
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3 Cumberland St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia
Have you ever dreamt of climbing a landmark? Climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge is a wonderful opportunity and a unique experience. Get the best view of the city on this 3-hour climb. You can choose from more types of climbs - day, night, dawn, etc. All participants are provided with protective clothing and are given a safety briefing before the climb.
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Sydney Olympic Park

Sydney Olympic Park is a large sports and entertainment complex in the West of Sydney. It is also an official suburb of Sydney, commonly known as Olympic Park but officially named Sydney Olympic Park. Sydney Olympic Park is located 16 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area's of the City of Parramatta Council and the Cumberland Council. The area was redeveloped for the 2000 Olympics. The facilities built continue to be used for sporting, musical, and cultural events, including the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Sydney Festival, Stereosonic, Big Day Out, Soundwave, Sydney 500 and a number of world-class sporting fixtures. The suburb also contains commercial development and extensive parklands. The area was originally part of the suburb of Homebush Bay, but was designated a suburb in its own right in 2009. The name Homebush is still used colloquially as a metonym for Stadium Australia as well as the Olympic Park precinct as a whole.
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Darling Harbour

You can find all kinds of entertainment in this vibrant part of the city. Dive in and enjoy the fun - this area is full of various attractions, parks and entertainment. It also serves as a venue and venue. Stroll along the promenade and have lunch at one of the many restaurants serving fresh seafood.
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Sydney Fish Market

Bank St, Pyrmont, NSW 2009, Australia
The third largest fish market in the world is a paradise for all lovers of seafood. Both fresh and cooked fish, scallops, oysters, crabs and much more can be bought here at reasonable prices. You can also join a guided tour that will inform you about the history of this market and take you to the auction level. The area is full of restaurants and bistros serving the freshest seafood in the city.
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Queen Victoria Building

455 George Street, 200
This exquisite 19th-century building has been restored several times and served several purposes before returning to the original building - a shopping opportunity. Even if you do not want to go shopping, you should definitely go inside the hotel to admire the beautiful Australian clock that hangs from the roof. In front of the building is a statue of Queen Victoria.
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One of Sydney's liveliest neighborhoods and the largest Chinatown in Australia. If you like authentic Chinese food, you should come here. Numerous food stalls, restaurants and bistros let the dishes drool. Great food for a good price. The area is also a popular shopping destination, offering everything from sticky souvenirs to electronics.
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Manly Quarantine Station

From 1832, this complex was used as a quarantine station for immigrants. They had to spend here some time before they were let into the country. Now it has been redeveloped into an urban complex which is home to a hotel and a restaurant "Q Station". You can join various ghost and paranormal tours of the complex. To get here, you can take a ferry departing from Circular Quay.
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Chinese Garden of Friendship

Pier Street Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
Situated in the heart of Sydney, this oasis of harmony makes for a great hideaway from the city's buzz and rush. Explore its pagodas, waterfalls, natural beauties, and then relax in its teahouse serving great Chinese tea and tasty dumplings. In the garden, twelve mini statues of Chinese lunar calendar are hidden, can you find them all?
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Squire's Landing

Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Quay is a restaurant in Sydney, Australia. It is owned by Leon Fink, and is run by chef Peter Gilmore. It has won several awards in Australia, and has appeared in The World's 50 Best Restaurants several times.
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Strand Arcade

412-414 George Street, 2000
Situated in the heart of the city's business district, this Victorian shopping mall will put an elegant spin on all your shopping needs. Even if not in a shopping mood, the building is definitely worth the visit for its exquisite interior including majestic tiled floors and glass roof. Its Victorian style will take your breath away.
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Westfield Sydney

2000, Sydney
Westfield Sydney is a shopping centre operated by Scentre Group and located beneath the Sydney Tower in the Sydney central business district. It is located on Pitt Street Mall and is adjacent to the Mid City Centre, The Strand Arcade and Stockland Glasshouse. It is the largest shopping centre by area in Sydney.
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Going Out

Circular Quay

You will visit this area, whether you like it or not. You must come here while sightseeing, traveling (Circular Quay has a train, a ferry and a bus station), eat out, shop, meet friends or have a drink. All these activities can be done here. The site witnessed the first British landing in Australia in 1788 and became one of the most important parts of Sydney from which the city grew. Start your day at one of the famous restaurants - Aria, Quay, Bennelong, Café Sydney or The Dining Room - and visit the numerous attractions around the Quay - the Opera House, the Botanical Gardens, The Rocks, which adjoin the neighborhood, the customs house and much more. Take a walk through the streets, which are great for observing people and amazing photos, and then catch a ferry and cruise around the harbor. You can catch trains T1 North Shore, Northern and Western Line, T2 Airport, Inner West and South Line, T3 Bankstown Line, Buses 333, 380, 392, 394, 396, 397, 399, L94, X94, X97 or one of the many ferries stopping here.
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The Rocks

99 George Street, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW, Australia
You should not leave Sydney without visiting this vibrant neighborhood. Walk along the cobbled streets, marvel at many historical buildings and enjoy a view of the city's most famous sights. The Rocks is a lively place with many dining and shopping facilities. Be sure to pay a visit to its market. This area can be easily accessed via train, bus or ferry - it is located only a short walk from Circular Quay.
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Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery Rd, The Domain 2000, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
The best gallery in Sydney that covers all sorts of art done in all media. A must-see especially for art connoisseurs.
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Oxford Street

Being one of the most popular shopping destinations in the city, this street is lined with an array of boutiques, stores, and cafés. Be also sure to take a look at the buildings along the street as some of them are of a great historical and cultural value. The western part of the street is a center of Sydney's gay community and it hosts an annual pride parade, Mardi Gras.
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IMAX, Sydney

31 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
This venue is currently closed due to reconstruction works. You can look forward to a brand new theatre in 2019. Featuring the largest IMAX screen in the world, this cinema can give you an experience you won't forget.
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State Theatre

49 Market Street, Sydney
This majestic Art Deco gem with a breath-taking interior was opened in 1929. Its grand 2000 seat auditorium serves as a concert, theater and cinema venue. If interested, you can take a guided tour of the building and see why it is referred to as the Palace of Dreams.
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Cockle Bay Wharf

Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Part of Sydney's Darling Harbour, this wharf serves as a popular bar hopping and dining destination. Overlooking the bay, the promenade is lined with an array of restaurants, clubs, and cafés. Grand steaks, Italian dishes, fresh seafood, and yummy desserts - you can find it all here. Most of the places have a special Happy Hour offer.
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Capitol Theatre

13 Campbell Street, Haymarket, NSW 2000, Australia
Capitol Theatre is a historic theatre located at 13 Campbell Street, Haymarket, Sydney, Australia.In May 2009, Capitol Theatre Management Pty Limited became a wholly owned subsidiary of Foundation Entertainment Group Limited. Foundation Entertainment Group Pty Limited owns the Sydney Lyric and Capitol Theatre.
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245 Wilson Street, Sydney
This vibrant multi-arts venue is housed in a former railway station. Its large building is an ideal exhibition space, allowing artists to alter the space in any way they wish. Apart from exhibitions of contemporary art, Carriageworks also offers frequent theater, music, and dance performances.
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Sydney Tower

100 Market Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Also known as the Sydney Tower Eye, this is the tallest building in the city. Climb to the top and watch Sydney unfold beneath you. You can also do a skywalk tour that will take you around the outside of the tower. The viewing deck ticket also includes a 4-D movie that shows you the city from a bird's-eye view, and an entrance to an exhibition that focuses on the structure of the tower. The entrance is on the 5th floor of the Westfield Shopping Center.
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The Domain

This place played an important role in the story and was the place where the public gathered to listen to various political rallies and speeches. Here, in 1935, the people of Sydney learned from Egon Kisch, a Czechoslovakian journalist, about the terrible act of the Nazi regime. It is also a place where Palm Sunday takes place and May holidays take place. In addition to various meetings, the park also serves as a recreation area for tourists and locals. There is a cricket ground and a street workout park where people come to callisthenics training. Other popular events that gather the audience are street concerts, dance parties and an open-air cinema. You can reach them by bus lines 301 - 303, 373, 374, 377, 507, 515, 518 and 520 (Circular Quay, Phillip St).
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Cadman's Cottage

110 George Street
Built in 1816 with over 200 years of history, this is Sydney's oldest surviving home. It used to be a helmsman, the headquarters of the water police and then a sailor's house. It bears the name of John Cadman, who was imprisoned for stealing a horse in Australia. He lived here for 18 years and worked as a superintendent of boats. In the past, the building was only 2.5 meters from the sea at high tide. Since then, the bank has moved about 100 meters. Overall, it is a good magnet to see if you are nearby. The house can not be visited and it can only be visited from the outside. It is close to Circular Quay, Alfred St, Stand A bus stop, Lines 301-303, 373, 374, 377, 500, 507, 515, 518 and 520.
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Hyde Park

Originally, it was the area for cricket and horse racing. It is the oldest public park in the country. Today it is one of the most popular parks in Sydney, inviting you to stroll, have a picnic or explore various hidden monuments. Its location makes it an ideal place to escape the noise and heat of the city.
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The Gap

This is one of Sydney's most atmospheric places. Stroll along the cliffs and enjoy the spectacular scenery. Explore the adjoining park and its paths that lead you to a series of viewpoints, each with a different view of the waves that hit the cliffs. The easiest way to reach The Gap is by taking a ferry from Circular Quay to Watson's Bay.
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Watson's Bay

This bay is a popular recreation area, about 10 km from the city center. Get together with locals and tourists and enjoy this picturesque retreat. A great place for a picnic. Take a walk along the coast or dine in one of the many seafood restaurants in the bay. Everything offers a wonderful view.
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Rodd Island

Part of the Sydney Harbour National Park, this small and secluded island makes for a wonderful picnic spot. You can access it via water taxi, boat or even kayak if you wish. Enjoy the scenic harbour views while strolling through the gardens. Gazebos located on the island frequently serve as wedding venues.
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Featherdale Wildlife Park

217 Kildare Road, 2767, Doonside
Featherdale Wildlife Park is an Australian zoo in Doonside, west of the Sydney CBD. It specialises in Australian native wildlife and birds, as well as reptiles and marsupials.
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Koala Park

84 Castle Hill Road, West, Pennant Hills, NSW 2125, Australia
The Koala Park Sanctuary is a privately owned and run wildlife park located at West Pennant Hills in Sydney Australia. The park was known for its collection of koalas and other animals but has come into disrepute since 2010 for neglect and abuse of its animals.
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Luna Park

1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point, NSW 2061, Australia
This historical amusement park offers classic entertainment at its best. Opened in 1935, the park includes a ferris wheel, a carousel, and other vintage rides and attractions. It also organizes various events for families and movie screenings. Even if not a fan of thrill rides, it is definitely worth visiting for its unique atmosphere.
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Blues Point Reserve

This is one of the few places in Sydney where you can get a great view of the Opera and the Bridge at the same time. Take your camera and snap some majestic pictures. The area is a popular picnic destination and a great place to spend a family afternoon - it features a neat playground.
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Wet'n'Wild Sydney

Wet'n'Wild Sydney is a water park in Prospect, New South Wales, Australia, that opened on 12 December 2013. The park was announced on 11 September 2010 and was the third Wet'n'Wild water park operated by Village Roadshow Theme Parks, after locations on the Gold Coast and Las Vegas. On 2 July 2018, it was announced that the park was acquired by Parques Reunidos.
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Tamarama Beach

Though not particularly swimmer-friendly, surfers can put on a spectacular show here thanks to the extraordinary waves. Due to strong currents, swimming is allowed only between the flags. Adjacent to the beach, there is a nice parkland with many picnic areas - great for a family afternoon. There are also numerous fishing spots along the beach.
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Observatory Hill Park

Observatory Park is located in the heart of Sydney near the Harbour Bridge. It is bounded by Kent Street, Watson Road, Upper Fort Street and Bradfield Highway, Millers Point. Its history dates back to 1796 when it was used as the site of the first windmill in the colony. Today it is a popular place for locals and visitors to enjoy views of the harbour. It is also the site of a number of historical buildings including Sydney Observatory, the Signal Station, the remains of Fort Philip, the National Trust Centre and a rotunda which is used for weddings.
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Vaucluse House

Wentworth Road, Vaucluse, NSW 2030, Australia
Vaucluse House is an historic estate in the Gothic Revival style located in the harbourside suburb of Vaucluse in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The suburb takes its name from this house. Vaucluse House is a 19th-century estate with house, kitchen wing, stables and outbuildings, surrounded by 11 hectares of formal gardens and grounds. The house is managed by the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales as a museum that is open to the public. It is one of the few 19th-century houses near Sydney Harbour retaining a significant part of its original setting.The property was listed on the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 2 April 1999 with the following statement of significance: Today Vaucluse House is one of the few 19th century houses on Sydney Harbour retaining a significant part of its original estate setting.
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The Quadrangle

The Quadrangle is a prominent sandstone building located within the University of Sydney Camperdown Campus. Taking over 100 years to complete, the Quadrangle was designed and developed by numerous contributors including Edmund Blacket, James Barnet, and Leslie Wilkinson. The original building included the Great Hall and was constructed between 1855 and 1862. Construction on the quadrangle began in 1854, it had four sides by 1926, and was completed in the 1960s after several stages of development.
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Clovelly Beach

This sheltered beach is perfect for both swimming and snorkelling. The surrounding scenery is also beautiful.
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Nielsen Park

Nielsen Park is a part of Sydney Harbour National Park at the suburb of Vaucluse in the eastern suburbs of Sydney, Australia. It is a popular recreation area and beach, known as Shark Beach, on Port Jackson. The kiosk is dated from 1914.
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Moore Park

Moore Park is a small suburb in its own right, as is Centennial Park, located 3 kilometres southeast of the Sydney central business district, in the south-eastern suburbs of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is part of local government area of the City of Sydney. Moore Park is also a large area of parkland that is part of Centennial Parklands, a collective of three parks being Moore Park, Centennial Park and Queen's Park. Centennial Parklands is administered by the Centennial Park & Moore Park Trust, a NSW government agency. The only exception is the land on which the Sydney Cricket Ground and Sydney Football Stadium are sited; these stadiums are managed by the Sydney Cricket Ground Trust.
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Parramatta Park

Parramatta Park may refer to: Parramatta Park, New South Wales, in Sydney, Australia Parramatta Park, Queensland, a suburb in Cairns, Australia
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Avalon Beach

Avalon Beach is a northern beach side suburb of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. It is 37 kilometres north of the Sydney central business district, in the local government area of Northern Beaches Council, in the Northern Beaches region. The area is also known as Avalon, with the name Avalon Beach being assigned during a change in boundaries and names in the Pittwater region in 2012.
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The Rocks Market

Friday means food, while weekends scream fashion and handmade goods. Friday's Foodie Market is the place for fresh and delicious street food. Various international cuisines to choose from. If you are looking for unique handcrafted goods such as fashion, jewelry, stationery, beauty products and more, visit this market on the weekend. 100% local, 100% original.
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Martín Place

Located in the heart of Sydney, this lively boulevard connects other parts of the city. It has always been an important part of Sydney, as there used to be a General Post Office on the street with telegraph cables, and all important information about world affairs first arrived here. This pedestrian street has a high concentration of banks, shops, boutiques, restaurants and everything a hopeful shopper needs. There are also many historic buildings, the Commonwealth Bank and physical memorabilia such as the 1927 ANZAC Cenotaph from World War I, a monument erected in honor of people buried elsewhere. Martin Ort is also referring to a tragedy that happened here in 2014, called the Siege of Sydney. Several customers and employees of the Lindt Chocolate Café were held hostage, some of them were killed by a shooter. In memory of this tragic event, people have created beautiful flower decorations everywhere.
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Paddy's Markets

9-13 Hay Street, 2000, Haymarket
Would you like to buy something unique, original and, at the same time, for a cheap price? This flea market might be the right place where to have a look. This popular souvenir-shopping destination is packed with stalls selling clothes, handbags, electronics, and giftware. Its lower floor is home to a food market where you can buy anything from exotic fruit and fresh vegetables, to spices and seafood.
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Paddington Markets

395 Oxford Street, Paddington, NSW 2021, Australia
In operation since 1973, this place turns into a lively marketplace every Saturday. Get yourself lost between more than 150 stalls crammed with unique jewellery, designer clothes, and handmade beauty products. The community that runs this market tries to encourage local producers and emerging artists.
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Sydney Town Hall

George Street, 2000
Completed in 1889, this town hall is known for its Victorian interior and rich decorations. Definitely worth visiting for its remarkable pipe organ, beautifully ornate vestibule and stained glass windows depicting Australian fauna and flora. If you wish to learn more about this building, you can book a guided tour.
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Bondi Markets

Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach NSW, Australia
One location, two days, two different vibrant markets. On Saturday, the area of Bondi Beach Public School is transformed into a farmers market with stalls packed with yummy food and fresh local produce. On Sunday, fashion takes over the market. Young artists selling their creations, from jewelry to clothing.
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Chinatown Night Market

Little Hay St 2000 Sydney, Australia
Here, you can experience the atmosphere of Asian night markets every Friday. Get yourself lost between the stalls that offer with virtually anything you can imagine. A large part of the market is dedicated to food - try the best from an array of Asian cuisines. Great food at great value.
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Pitt Street Mall

This is one of the busiest and most popular shopping destinations in the city. Even though the street may seem rather small, it is home to more than 600 stores, including four shopping centers.
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Apple Store

367 George Street, 2000
This huge glass building is home to the newest Apple products and employees that will gladly help you with them. Even if not planning to go inside and make a purchase, be sure to stop by and check the building's exquisite architecture.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Cahill Expressway
This steel arch bridge, one of the largest in the world, is one of Sydney's best-known icons. The building was completed in 1932 and is sometimes called "The Coathanger" because of its shape. You can admire it from afar as part of the Sydney skyline or get closer and even climb it. The view of the city from the top of the bridge is absolutely breathtaking and you can take breathtaking panoramic views from there. You can also access the pylon and enjoy a 360-degree view of the city. The bridge is equally impressive at night when it is lit. It is also used as a place for firecrackers during New Year's Eve celebrations, with a countdown being shown on the pylon of the bridge.
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Anzac Bridge

This majestic cable bridge, one of the city's most famous attractions, offers beautiful scenery and is a perfect photo setting. The bridge has lines for pedestrians and bicycles, so do not be afraid to go and take some pictures.
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St Mary's Cathedral

St Mary's Road Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia
Founded in 1821, this majestic cathedral is a wonderful sight with its artful furnishings. The interior is particularly noteworthy for its stained glass windows, which are considered the most beautiful windows of the 19th century in the world. Also note the magnificent rosette over the historic organ.
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Macquarie Street

Macquarie Street is a street in the central business district of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. Macquarie Street stretches from Hyde Park at the south end to the Sydney Opera House at the north end. In addition to connecting these two major attractions, the main state institutions of New South Wales are in this street.
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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

King Street Offramp
This large aquarium houses more than 700 species of marine animals. It is divided into 14 different habitat zones. One of the most popular zones is surely the Dugong Island. Hear one of the talks to learn more about this animal. Sea Life is housed in the same complex as WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussauds. If you want to visit some of these, check the official website for combi tickets.
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Great Synagogue

166 Castlereagh Street, 2000, Sydney
Combining Gothic and Byzantine styles, this synagogue was built in 1878. Its elaborate facade is a treat for the eyes and visitors are warmly welcomed to join any of the services. Take the guided tour if you want to learn about the history of Judaism in Australia and more.
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Mrs Macquaries Chair

The sandstone here was cut into a benchlike-shape for the governor's wife who loved views of the harbour - now you can enjoy them too. It is a great place to take a picture of Sydney Opera and Harbour Bridge together.
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Government House

Macquarie Street
Since 2013, this building once again serves its original purpose, being the residence of the Governor of NSW. One of the oldest buildings in Sydney, it is surrounded by vast gardens, open to visitors. You can take a free guided tour of the building, tickets can be purchased at the gatehouse.
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Finger Wharf

The Finger Wharf or Woolloomooloo Wharf is a wharf in Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney, Australia. The structure is the longest timbered-piled wharf in the world, and was completed in 1915. During its working life for around 70 years, it mainly handled the export of wool, but also acted as a staging point for troop deployment to the World Wars as well as a disembarking point for new migrants arriving in Australia. Today it has been redeveloped as a fashionable complex housing a hotel, restaurants and residential apartments.
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Kingsford Smith International Airport

Sydney Airport Airport Central 241 O´Riordan Street Mascot NSW 2020 Australia
As the busiest airport in Australia, it is a gateway to the country for more than 35 million passengers a year. It has 3 terminals, Terminal 1 for international flights. To reach the airport, you can use the Sydney Bus Service. Route 400 stops at Terminals 1 and 3. Another option is the Airport Link train service. The train connecting the airport to the city center leaves every 10 minutes and the journey takes 13 minutes. Free Wi-Fi is available in Terminals 1 and 2. Connect with "-FREE SYD WiFi".
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Scenic World

Cnr Violet Street & Cliff Drive, Katoomba, NSW 2780, Australia
Looking for a different way to explore the awe-inspiring Blue Mountains? This attraction offers four scenic tours to choose from and memories to last a lifetime. Whether you opt for a skyway, cableway, walkway, or railway, you are in for a unique experience. Buy an unlimited pass if you want to try all of them.
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Sydney Central Railway Station

Eddy Avenue, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia
The Central railway station is a railway station located at the southern end of the central business district in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Often abbreviated as Central or Central station, the station is the largest and busiest railway station in New South Wales. It services almost all of the lines on the Sydney Trains network, and is the major terminus for NSW TrainLink services. Actual patronage was 11.35 million passenger movements in 2013. Central station occupies a large city block separating Haymarket, Surry Hills, and the central business district, bounded by Railway Square and Pitt Street in the west, Eddy Avenue in the north, Elizabeth Street in the east and the Devonshire Street Tunnel in the south.
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Domestic Airport

Domestic Airport is a train station located on the Airport Link, serving Terminals 2 and 3 at Sydney Airport, Australia. International Terminal 1 is served by International Airport station. The station is operated by Sydney Trains with T8 Airport & South line services.
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International Airport railway station, Sydney

International Airport is a train station located on the Airport Link, serving Terminal 1 at Sydney Airport, Australia. Terminals 2 and 3 are served by Domestic Airport station. The line is operated by Sydney Trains with T8 Airport & South line services.
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Overseas Passenger Terminal

Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales 2001, Australia
The Overseas Passenger Terminal, known officially as the Sydney Cove Passenger Terminal, is a public cruise ship and ocean liner transport infrastructure building located in Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia. Whilst commercial shipping operations on and around the site date from 1792, the current primary structure and waterfront promenade date from 1958, with subsequent on-going alterations and land reclamation throughout the latter part of the 20th century. The current design retains the black steel portal frame trusses of the original 1958 structure, with major additions completed in 1988 in the Post-War International Style through the collaboration of Sydney architects Lawrence Nield and Peter Tonkin. The building's main structure, the two remaining uniquely designed extendable gangways and an interior mural known as Foundations of European Settlement by Australian artist Arthur Murch are all listed as individual items of significance within the State Heritage Inventory by the New…
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Rockdale Plaza

Rockdale Plaza is a medium-sized shopping centre located in the suburb of Rockdale, a suburb in the south of Sydney. It is located on the Princes Highway.
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Bankstown Airport

Bankstown Airport is an airport and business park located in the Canterbury-Bankstown area, 22 km from the central business district of Sydney, Australia. It is the second biggest airport serving Sydney. The airport is situated on 313 ha of land and has three parallel runways, several apron areas, a small passenger terminal and a business park, home to over 180 businesses. It primarily serves general, recreational and charter flights. Bankstown Airport operates 24 hours a day, with limitations placed on night circuit training. In the calendar year of 2015, Airservices Australia recorded 220,166 aircraft movements at the airport. This makes it the sixth busiest airport in Australia by number of movements, after Sydney's Kingsford Smith Airport, Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne, Parafield Airport in Adelaide, Melbourne's Tullamarine and Jandakot. Bankstown Airport is also the second busiest airport in Sydney. Most of the traffic reported is in the sub 7 tonnes light aircraft category.
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Circular Quay railway station

Circular Quay railway station is a heritage-listed elevated commuter rail station that is located on the City Circle route, serving the Circular Quay precinct of the Sydney central business district in New South Wales, Australia. It is served by Sydney Trains T2 Inner West & Leppington, T3 Bankstown and T8 Airport & South line services.
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The Village Kings Cross

6-8 Orwell Street, 2011, Potts Point

Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

68 Harbour Street, 2000, Darling Harbour

Adina Apartement Hotel

17 Bourke Road, 2020, Mascot, Sydney

Base Backpackers Sydney

477 Kent Street, 2000, Sydney, AU

Holiday Inn Darling Harbour

68 Harbour Street, 2000, Darling Harbour

Hilton Sydney

488 George Street, 2000, Sydney

IBIS King Stree Wharf

Rydges World Square