Medina Classic Chippendale

74-80 Ivy Street, Chippendale, Sydney, New South Wales, 2008, Australia
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New years Eve boat trips watching the fireworks

by brizol

Hi Everyone

We will be in Sydney Dec 10 to celebrate New Years Eve,we would like to take a boat trip/dinner cruise that allows you to watch the new years eve fireworks celebration ,myself my wife and my 10yes old daughter?

Any info would be much appreciated.

Thank you

Brizol

Re: New years Eve boat trips watching the fireworks

by betska

You will be picking the most expensive day of the year to do a harbour cruise!

Here's a start:

http://www.newyearsevesydney.net.au/

Re: New years Eve boat trips watching the fireworks

by betska

Also have a look at:

http://www.flagshipcruises.com.au/NewYearsEveCruisesSydney

Re: New years Eve boat trips watching the fireworks

by sirgaw

Agree that anything on the harbour that does what you want will cost a lot. Have a look at http://www.captaincook.com.au/home.asp?pageid=1661F5DD27C61DDC&destinationid=D3D1DAAF43CEFE32&cruiseid=32D2A7090C5ED665 Cheapest $A350 per person.

Re: New years Eve boat trips watching the fireworks

by FleurFox

I would book it immediately too. I know a couple of cruises for this NYE that have been booked out since February!
alternatively, you could pick a spot like Lady <Maquarie's chair to watch from. It is a popular spot, but if you take a picnic down, you can have a wonderful day on Sydney Harbour without paying for it :-)

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Tourist Information Centres. - Sydney.

by Openseas

Sydney Visitor Centre: The Rocks cnr of Argyle and Playfair Streets - opened 9am - 6pm - Tel 9255 1788

Sydney Visitor Centre: Darling Harbour - Next door to Imax Theatre - opened 10am - 6pm
City Host Information Kiosks:

1) George Street Town Hall opened 10am - 6pm
2) Circular Quay - cnr Pitt and Alfred Street 10am - 6pm
3) Martin Place - Between Elizabeth and Castlereagh Street

National Parks and Wildlife Centre: Cadman’s Cottage 110 George Street Rocks - 9247 8861

Sydney Visitor Centre: Sydney International Airport - opened 6am - midnight - 9667 6050

Sydney Bus Terminal: Central Eddy Avenue - opened 6am - 10.30pm - 9281 9366

WEBSITES

www.Darlingharbour.com.au
www.Sydneyvisitorcentre.com
www.Sydneyguide.net.au/
www.Sydney.com.au
www.visitnsw.com.au/
www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/
www.sydney-city-directory.com.au
www.sydney.visitorsbureau.com.au

I went to a corcodile farm....

by TravelLover

I went to a corcodile farm. 15 ft crocks in pens and cages. There, I ate crocodile soup. It was delicious, sort of like clam chowder. My group loved it, and then we went to watch how they were being fed. This was a great experience, I will never forget. I would definitley take a tourist here. The fact that you are one day ahead of everyone here in the USA. Thats was very cool, I could tease my buddies saying even though I spent Wednesday in Sydney, I could spend it again in California. No time lost.

A good favorite in Sydney is...

by tim123

A good favorite in Sydney is to just walk around (or you could catch the Sydney Explorer Bus) the City Centre. I suggest hitting the Rocks, Circular Quay, the Sydney Botanic Gardens, St. Martin Place, and the Darling Harbour. It gives you the best of downtown Sydney! A new thing to do in Sydney is the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb (www.bridgeclimb.com.au). But if you're not up to that you can simply walk across the bridge on the pedestrian walkway and go up the pylon tower. The views are virtually the same but the BridgeClimb is a little more adventuresome (and expensive).

Sail the Bounty. A trip on...

by Ronald_T


Sail the Bounty. A trip on the Bounty offers more then just sightseeing. It's a journey trough time. You'll experience the age-old romance and fun of Tall Ship sailing, yet with the very best of contemporary dining and refreshments, all freshly prepared on board, while a friendly crew sail you around the spectacular harbour! If Captain Bligh (see the Rocks) were to set foot on today's Bounty, he will find out nothing changed. The Bounty is a faithful replica of the 18th century ship, especially build for the movie 'Mutiny on the Bounty' starring Mell Gibson and Anthony Hopkins. The original Bounty, scene of the now infamous mutiny near Tahiti in 1789, was burned at Pitcairn Island by Fletcher Christian, but the legend lives on!

Right Hand driving

by Ramonq

Sydney and the whole of Australia, drive on the opposite side of the road compared to America or continental Europe. British or Japanese drivers wouldn't have any problems.

Be on the lookout when crossing the streets if your country drives on the other side.

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Address: 74-80 Ivy Street, Chippendale, Sydney, New South Wales, 2008, Australia