New South Wales and Sydney, Australia / Attractions, Sites to See and Things To Do
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  • Bondi Beach: Bondi Beach is one of Australia's most famous beaches and among the world's most well-known beaches. It is located in the Municipality of Waverley in east Sydney. The beach, roughly a kilometre long, is enclosed at the north and south by headlands. Every day of the year lifeguards patrol the beach between the yellow and red flags. Take a stroll along the beachside promenade, along with dogs with style and babies with attitude. Away from the beach there are numerous cafes and restaurants, as well as hostels, hotels, a great variety of shops, and even a small golf course.
 
  • Bridge Climb: The most memorable experience Sydney can offer...a climb to the top of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. See the most spectacular views of the city of Sydney from the top of the world's largest steel arch bridge.
 
  • Darling Harbour: Sydney's Darling Harbour, situated just minutes from central Sydney, is one of the world's great waterfront destinations and one of Australia's major tourist attractions. It's the place where Sydneysiders go to stroll the harbour foreshores, meet for a coffee or a meal at one of the many waterside cafes and restaurants, visit one of the unique attractions or enjoy the many events and festivals held throughout the year.
 
  • Historic Houses Trust of News South Wales: The Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales presents 9 exciting museums that reveals Sydney's history. Australian historic houses, buildings and gardens in Sydney and surrounds. Each museum offers a unique experience and provides a different picture of the past.
 
  • Manly Beach: Manly, the first of Sydney's Northern Beaches, sits on an isthmus that separates the calm waters of Sydney Harbour from the ocean swells of the South Pacific. There are many parts to this site that while having a particular interest in the Ocean Beach of Manly also has a lot to do with the whole of Sydney's Northern Beaches.
 
  • Manly Surf School: Manly Surf School is Sydney's largest surf school and has been teaching surfing from Manly to Palm Beach for 17 years.
 
  • Matilda Cruises: Sydney Harbour cruises. Address: Street Address: Pier 26 Aquarium Wharf Darling Harbour, Sydney, NSW 2000
 
  • Museum of Contemporary Art: The MCA is Australia's leading contemporary art museum. It is located at one of the most beautiful sites in the world, at Circular Quay, across from the Sydney Opera House and at the entrance to Sydney's historic and cultural heartland, The Rocks.
 
  • Old Mogo Town: 1850s Gold Rush Theme Park with daily tours, restaurant, lake for picnics and gold panning. Step back in time and discover Australian goldrush history at Mogo on the South Coast, NSW Australia.
 
  • Powerhouse Museum: The Powerhouse has brilliant exhibitions covering science, technology, decorative arts, design and Australian social history. There is also a constantly changing program of temporary exhibitions and events. The museum also includes the historic Sydney Observatory. The two make up the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, a New South Wales government cultural institution.
 
  • Royal Botanic Gardens: The Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney are an oasis of tranquillity and greenery in the heart of the city. Situated on the shores of the Harbour, the Gardens is within minutes of Circular Quay, the Overseas Shipping Terminal and the Central Business District. Its foreshore walk provides magnificent views of the Harbour, Harbour Bridge, Opera House and city skyline.
 
  • Skyway: The Skyway is a horizontal cable car ride in the spectacular Blue Mountains west of Sydney with great views of the famous sites such as Three Sisters, Katoomba Falls, Mt Solitary and Orphan Rock.

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