"Come fly with me, come fly and fly again"
If you haven't then you must. And if you must then do it with your eyes open. It's short but well worth it.
Sky diving generally cost about $200 a jump with a instructor (compulsory for first timers). After that, you are eligible to start your training for a solo jump.
Equipment: All equipment is provided for. However, you may want to bring a plastic bag along. Just in case. :)
One of the most amzing ways to see Sydney and its panorama is by doing the Bridge Climb right to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Bridgeclimb operates 7 days a week and the climb takes about 3 1/2 hours.
It is advisable to book your ticket online before since it may happen that the climbs are fully booked.
Aborigines used to hunt (and some still do) their prey with a curved device, usually made of wood, called the boomerang. On the last day in Sydney, we met with a professional boomerang thrower in the park and taught us the proper technique. Hold the boomerang at a right angle, aim at your target, and release. If you hit it, you've bagged whatever you're aiming at. If you miss, the boomerang comes back ready for another go. Boomerangs do come in handy when you see a squirrel in the process of ruining your tomato plants. You can hit the squirrel, save your tomatoes, have squirrel Aussie pie, and put the tomato you saved from the squirrel in the side salad.
Equipment: A good, sturdy boomerang.
A jogging path and excersise path has been created between Bondi and Bronti Beach.
A great way to excercise and enjoy the view at the same time.
A great pool with a great location very close to the famous Bondi Beach is the Icebergs Winter Swimming. The pool is public.
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