New South Wales and Sydney, Australia / Attractions, Sites to See and Things To Do
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  • Sydney Aquarium: At Sydney Aquarium you will embark on a journey that will allow you to experience the enormous diversity of Australian environments and the aquatic life that these environments support. The variety will astound you - from the cold Southern Oceans to the tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef, from rocky shores and estuaries to the slow-moving rivers meandering through the dry, flat plains of the interiors. Nowhere else in the world will you find a larger collection of Australian aquatic life - over 650 species.
  • Sydney Northern Beaches: Welcome to Sydney Australia's stunning Northern Beaches. Unlock the multiple attractions of the Best Kept Secret On Earth found on this captivating peninsula located just 45 minutes from Sydney's central business district.
  • Sydney Opera House: Discover the Sydney Opera House. A cultural and architectural masterpiece, our foremost tourist attraction is home to some of the world's most celebrated performing arts companies. We invite you to be part of the Sydney Opera House experience with a fascinating tour 'behind the scenes' or one of our specially tailored performance packages'. Welcome to our House.
  • Sydney Hand Gliding Centre: Come Hang Gliding with Sydney Hang Gliding Centre south of Sydney at Stanwell Park New South Wales Australia.
  • Taronga Zoo: Welcome to Sydney's famous zoo with a collection of native fauna. Open EVERY day of the year from 9am to 5pm, including Christmas Day. Approximately 12 minutes by ferry from Circular Quay and the CBD. Also accessible by bus with parking for 500 cars.(Ferries depart Circular Quay, every quarter past and quarter to the hour). Sky Safari operates between the Zoo wharf and the Top Entrance from 9:00am to 5:00pm daily.
  • Thredbo: Explore this beautiful mountain region of New South Wales for both winter and summer vacations.
  • The Forest of Tranquility: The forest of tranquility wildlife sanctuary is the home to sydney`s best surviving rainforest. The birdlife is abundant and wallabies roam in the wild.there are 6 klm of rainforest walks. The sanctuary is one hours drive north of sydney.
  • The Rocks: The Rocks, in the heart of Sydney, encompasses the country’s past, present and future. The Eora Aboriginal people inhabited the rocky headland and surrounding shoreline for thousands of years. Then in 1788, Australia’s first European settlers — British convicts and their guards — claimed the land and built their camp atop these sandstone cliffs. The Rocks eventually grew from an open-air gaol into a vibrant port community. Its colourful history — filled with tales of shanghai’ed sailors, rough gangs, and gritty life — can still be traced in the many surviving buildings from the last two centuries. But today the renovated warehouses, sailors’ homes, and dens of iniquity house a unique mixture of fine restaurants, one-of-a-kind shops, and galleries showcasing both established and emerging talent.

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