Sydney Harbour, Sydney
It does exist! For years I have heard numerous jokes about Canadian Navy being a figment of our imaginations. Well, joke no more! I'm proud to say I have solved the riddle. The reason we all (or most of us, anyway) had these doubts was because we've never actually seen it! Now I have! It was right there in Sydney, tucked in behind the Finger Wharf in Woolloomooloo Bay, in its glorious entirety...
explore the Parramatta River. Take the RiverCat boat from Circular Quay, which finishes in Parramatta itself. This Sydney suburb has several historic sites as it was the first European settlement inland. On the way, you'll pass, or can get off at the Olympic Stadium at Homebush. I'm not greatly keen on touring empty stadiums, so I kept going to Parramatta, although I found it a little bit underwhelming - I liked the river though...
A nice place for swimming and in here I tasted first time "Fish and Ships".
Swim only those shark protected pools !
Don't miss Watsons bay, one of Sydney's Eastern suburbs. It's close to Sydney Harbour National Park and with some great beaches.
When you take the ferry ride from Circular Quay to Taronga Zoo. You can get a spectacular views of Sydney Harbour including the famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
A rare sight in Sydney: a southern right whale shows its tail in front of the Sydney Opera House on July 31, 2002.