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  • 51. Justice & Police Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    CIRCULAR QUAY Certainly a museum with a difference..located at the eastern end of the Circular Quay is the Police and Justice Museum..These lovely sandstone buildings were used to house the Sydney...

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  • 52. Sydney Royal Botanic Garden

    This wrought iron sculpture in the Royal Botanic Gardens looks like a twisted Gazebo. Upon further inspection you will find axes, barbed wire and bones in the sculpture...a bit strange and I don't get...

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  • 53. 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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  • 54. Il Porcellino Statue

    The Il Porcellino statue outside of Sydney Hospital is a copy of Pietro Tacca's statue that is found in Florence. The statue was donated by Marchessa Clarissa Torrigiani in memory of her father and...

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  • 55. 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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  • 56. Government House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Government House The Sydney Government House was built in 1845 as the official residence of the Governor of New South Wales. Between 1901 and 1914 and again between 1996 and 2011 the buildings...

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  • 57. Rocks Market

    Frank and I had a few hours to kill on Sunday morning so we took a stroll through the Rocks Markets and Circular Quay. A large array of things to be bought and eaten here, most of which is probably a...

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  • 58. Koala Park

    Visit the Koala Sanctuary where you can cuddle Koalas and play with the wallabies jumping around! It's 19 dollars entrance and you can stay as long as you want, there are nice shows offered (e.g....

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  • 59. Sydney Tower

    At over three hundred meters Sydney Tower quickly became perhaps the city's most iconic building, and an easy spot when approaching the city from any direction. It offers 360 degree panoramic views of...

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  • 60. Central Business District -CBD

    4 out of 5 stars

    Inside the GPO / Westin Hotel The Westin Hotel was built inside the building of the General Post Office / GPO and it is well worth it to take a look inside the giant hall in order to take a closer...

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  • 61. Parramatta

    On my way back from Blue Mountains on the train, I stopped at Parramatta Station. There was a shopping mall right next to the station. Once I walked out of the mall, I saw St John's Cathedral...

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  • 62. Sydney Sea Life Aquairum

    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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  • 63. Sydney Architecture

    The Lace Work Terrace house of Sydney are architectural delights that are often overlooked when visiting Sydney. These terraced house were popular during the big housing boom in Sydney during the...

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  • 64. Museum of Sydney

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Museum of Sydney is built on the site of the First Government House. Having been built on such a historical site it is only natural that the museum celebrates colonial and present day Sydney....

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  • 65. Sydney Harbour National Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Just a few kilometres from the CBD, and a continuation of my personal quest to walk the length of Sydney Harbour is the eastern suburb section of Vaucluse. From the CBD, Woollamalloo, Elizabeth Bay,...

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  • 66. Anzac Bridge

    The Anzac bridge is the longest cable stayed bridge in Australia. It is also on the list of some of the longest cable bridges in the world. The bridge connects Pyrmont and Rozelle with Sydney's...

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  • 67. Strand Arcade

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This is now the magnificent interior of the STRAND - a great shopping-arcade that is about 100 meters long and 3 storeys high. You will find some unique architecture in the Strand: at each end of the...

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  • 68. Nielson Park/Shark Beach

    Nielson Park is a small park that is part of Sydney National Park. It is a secluded little park and has a nice walk from the entrance to the park through to Shark Beach. Shark beach has a shark net to...

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  • 69. Hyde Park Barracks Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Known as the Hyde Park barracks.Once used as housing for convicts,an asylum, and also a shelter for women,this museum is an interesting place where you can learn of Sydney's convict settlement...

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  • 70. Camellia Gardens

    The Teahouse that is there is almost as famous as the gardens itself. No visit would be complete without a cuppa overlooking the tranquil expanse of the foliage. There is also a barbecue (electric)...

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  • 71. Ferry

    If there's one thing that all visitors to Sydney must do at least once, it's take the ferry to Manly. For the price of a return ticket on a public ferry, you'll get some of the best views in the...

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  • 72. Cronulla Beach

    Cronulla beach is located at southeast of Sydney. It is easy to get here by 45-minutes cityrail from Central station to Cronulla station. There are two beautiful areas you can explore, the Cronulla...

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  • 73. Australian Reptile Park

    It's a casual park where the animals are within reach, you can pat the koala, touch a snake. Where Wallabies roam around you while you have a picnic. You don't have to go to the Australia Zoo (Steve...

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  • 74. Boat Tours

    Its always a lovely way to spend time, just sitting and chilling and watching the world go by, in fact its one of my favourite things to do when on holiday. And what a nicer spot to do it, than in and...

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  • 75. 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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