Sydney Things to Do

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  • 26. Central Coast

    The NSW Central Coast is an easy day trip from Sydney, but it's far better to spend a few days there. There's plenty of accommodation and very many cafes, restaurants shops and even large shopping...

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  • 27. Martin Place

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    My cell phone didn't work when I got to Australia. It had no signal. So we went to a phone store and they said my phone was locked. When we went to the place to unlock, it wasn't open yet. So I walked...

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  • 28. Watsons Bay

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I am pretty sure that in all the 26 years Ive lived here, Ive never been to The Gap, which is at Watsons Bay, South Heads. Just a very short stroll from the Watsons Bay Hotel, so we decided to go have...

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  • 29. Paddy's Market

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Paddy's Market is also a must go place. You will find alot of cheap stuffs and also you can get the best deal of the marcodamia nuts and also nuggets at a cheaper prices. It opens on weekend...

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  • 30. Fish Market

    Sydney's Fish Market is a working market where fishermen bring their catch to sell, but it's also a great attraction for locals and tourists to visit. It's a working fishing port & wholesale fish...

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  • 31. Hunter Valley and Newcastle Area

    To visit Australia and not see any of the wineries would be a shame! Especially so if you happen to enjoy good wine. We were lucky to be taken to Hunter Valley by a lovely local couple, so we could...

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  • 32. Anzac Memorial

    When I first saw this memorial, I thought of "Shrine Of Remembrance" in Melbourne. Well, both memorials have the same purpose which is to remember men and women who served their country in the war....

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  • 33. Art Gallery of New South Wales

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Claude Monet still inspires people. Enough for me to make the trip to the Art Gallery. It's not everyday I get to see Monet! The grand brown-tinged building reminds me of the type of colonial...

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  • 34. Mrs Macquaire Chair

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Mrs Macquarie's Chair is a sandstone rock that is in the shape of a bench. It supposedly was carved by convicts from sandstone in 1810 for Governor Macquarie's wife Elizabeth. The "Chair" is located...

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  • 35. Town Hall

    4 out of 5 stars

    Parramatta Town Hall (0608080602) Parramatta Town Hall in Parramatta, NSW, Australia - a very short 2 minute walk from Parramatta train station. The nearest road is the corner of Macquarie Street and...

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  • 36. Coogee Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Although Coogee is not as popular as Bondi, it has developed in recent years with more cafes and restaurants. The coastal walk I have been mentioning either starts or ends here in Coogee. You can...

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  • 37. Fox Studios

    We were lucky to live right next to Fox Studios for a few months. There's always something going on there. For movie premiere's, famous people and just good old fashioned commercialism you can't go...

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  • 38. Palm Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Palm Beach is a northern beachside suburb of Sydney where they film the outdoor location for the Australian soapie "home & away" Palm Beach, then becomes "Summer Bay." Palm Beach is located at the...

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  • 39. Walking

    This has to be one of the most spectacular walks in the world. You can start and finish the walk at either Coogee or Bondi and make stops along the way as you please. The walk is a combination of...

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  • 40. Botany Bay National Park

    The Banks Momuments honors Sir Joseph Banks. He voyged with Captain Cook and fellow Botanist Daniel Solander on the Endeavour. He and Daniel Solander were responsible for collecting wildlife and...

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  • 41. Museum of Contemporary Art

    4 out of 5 stars

    I've been here a few times now and I have to say there's always a lot of rubbish on show. In fact, if one was required to pay, I'd give it a miss. However, despite this, sometimes there are some real...

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  • 42. Woolloomooloo Wharf

    4 out of 5 stars

    During our last visit in 2007 this wharf was just becoming the place to go since Russel Crowe had just bought a penthouse here. When we returned in 2010 we saw that this place was totally built up...

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  • 43. National Maritime Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Because I am particularly interested in lighthouses, I wanted to visit this museum, but we just didn't get there. This is a shame because apparently it is free on the FIRST THURSDAY of the month...

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  • 44. Symbio Wildlife Park

    Recently, we went on an excursion to the Sydney Aquarium. Therefore we started at the corner of York St and Market St, where usually many people are walking around. Between the crowds we walked...

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  • 45. MacQuarie Place

    4 out of 5 stars

    In 1870 Sydney acquired eight of these elaborate cast-iron canopied drinking fountains. The were chosen by Mayor Renny from an illustrated catalogue of Walter Macfarlane & Co, a prominent Scottish...

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  • 46. Power House Museum

    The Powerhouse Museum has a diverse collection such as science, arts, transport, space, computer technology and steam engines. The entrace fee is AUD10 and the opening time is 10am till 5pm daily. You...

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  • 47. Central Business District -CBD

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Sydney is expensive. Breakfast, for example, was 35 Australian Dollars in the Swissotel. Later, we learned that the minimum wage is 18 dollars per hour, a reflection of the expenses associated with...

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  • 48. Middle Harbour

    We were staying in Chatswood which is north of Sydney Harbour Bridge and we set off to explore Middle Head Peninsula. We drove through Cremorne and Neutral Bay and having chosen a mid morning start...

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  • 49. State Library of New South Wales

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The library is made up of two sections; the Mitchell and Dixon libraries. The Library buildings are a nice stone structure with a statue of Sir Richard Bourke Statue the former Governor NSW in the...

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  • 50. Government House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Constructed in the 1830's, this building house the royal family and other visitors coming to Sydney. The architecture of the building is gothic revival and has beautiful gardens. Unfortunately, no...

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