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  • 51. Paddington Market

    4 out of 5 stars

    Saturday or Sunday afternoons, following a late and languid breakfast, head for Paddington and a bit of culture with any number of commercial galleries found dispersed in the narrow yet beautiful...

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  • 52. Nielsen Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 53. 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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  • 54. 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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  • 55. 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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  • 56. Elizabeth Bay House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Elizabeth Bay House is a historic house in the Potts Point section of Sydney. Built in 1839 is was once called "the finest house in the colony". The House is situation high on the street with...

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  • 57. Bronte Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This lovely beach is better than Bondi in my opinion. There is a natural barricade of rocks breaking the big ocean waves, which enables you to enjoy the ocean. There is also a swimming pool with ocean...

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  • 58. Balmoral Beach

    Balmoral is my favorite beach in Sydney and a place where i often come. Several times a week sometimes. It is a very calm beach and is also home to some chique resturants. Im a fairly comtemplative...

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  • 59. Fort Denison Island

    4 out of 5 stars

    DESPITE offering one of the most stunning views available in Sydney and sitting alone in a supremely tranquil setting, the restaurant at Fort Denison fails to take one’s breath away and leaves one...

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  • 60. Justice & Police Museum

    4 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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  • 61. 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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  • 62. 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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  • 63. 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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  • 64. Far North Coast

    Why people would want to look in Sydney pages for the Far North Coast is a mystery to me but, since VT have chosen to include it the main listings, obviously some people do! Without doubt overseas...

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  • 65. Hospital

    Sydney Hospital is the country's oldest hospital. The building is an old Victorian sandstone building. The building was the first thing to catch our eye since it is rather beautiful. In front of the...

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  • 66. Clovelly Beach

    I'm not a beach sort of girl so I lived in Sydney for over ten years and never went to more than a couple of them. So when I decided to do Waverley Cemetery and the bus took me out to Clovelly I had...

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  • 67. 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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  • 68. Ferry

    This local favorite town and beaches is only 30 minutes ferry ride from Circular Quay, enjoy the sandy beaches and the local restaurants, try to take the ferry back to Sydney after dark as the harbor...

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  • 69. 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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  • 70. Waverly Cemetery

    Talk about a view "to die for". This cemetery is perched high above the water on cliffs. The gravestones can be seen from several hundred feet away which makes for a striking sight. Liz and I walked...

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  • 71. Anzac Bridge

    The Anzac bridge is not wat I call a pretty structure. It's strange shape looks almost alien in design. The bridge connects the Prymont and Rozelle neighborhood over the Johnston Bay. Chris is a bit...

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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. Avalon Beach

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Avalon Beach is good for body surfing and surfing, also swimming is safe, with the main beach patrolled by surf lifesavers. At the southern end of the beach is a large saltwater pool which is great...

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  • 74. South Coast

    if you have a week spend in Sydney, it is worth of going, took 2 groups of friends with totally different culture background down there in the last 2 weeks, they all enjoyed it. If you haven¡¯t been...

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  • 75. 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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