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  • 76. Mardi Gras

    Sunset on Saturday March 6th 2004 and a crowd of 600,000 lines the Golden Mile of Oxford Street cheering drag queens, dykes on bikes, leather bears, buff boys, gay parents with their kids, gay and...

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  • 77. 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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  • 78. Sydney Observatory

    The Sydney Observatory offers night time viewings of the southern skies, but it also has outstanding views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It's a must see whatever your feelings for astronomy. The...

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  • 79. Tumbalong Park

    Tumbalong park has a great play area for small children. A water play area with fountains, streams and water wheel has been designed especially for small children. and pit areas wiith diggers and toys...

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  • 80. 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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  • 81. Sydney Wildlife World

    The Sydney Wildlife World is an indoor wildlife facility located in Darling Harbour beside the Sydney Aquarium. Opened in 1996 is divided in to different sections such as Rainforests, Kakadu Gorge and...

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  • 82. Market City

    Market City is a big shopping mall in the Haymarket area above the Paddy's Market. There are tons of stores to chose from as well as a sprawling food court. There are several nice shops here but if...

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  • 83. 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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  • 84. 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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  • 85. North Head

    Manly wharf is a gateway to a beautiful walkabout tour to the southermost tip of the Manly isthumus. The fairfax walking tour in this part of Manly gives view of the Sydney Skyline at a distant...

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  • 86. Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse

    The Australian National Maritime Museum located in Darling Harbour has many examples of maritime history including the Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse. The Lighthouse was built in 1874 and relocated to...

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  • 87. King Street

    Whether it be shopping by day or dining by night, the long stretch of road known as King Street in Newtown is the place to be. Newtown known to be rather fashionable, trendy, hip and somewhat...

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  • 88. 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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  • 89. Sydney Airport

    When our boys were little we would quite often park near Sydney Airport and just watch the planes land and take off, they used to love it! And now, with my new-found love of travel, I rather enjoy it...

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  • 90. Surfing

    I love the sea and learning was something I just had to do. Beware the Blue Bottles because they leave a nasty sting that kinda burns. You should also be...well.. fit, cos my arms were aching badly. I...

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  • 91. Momuments

    MONUMENTS . I wanted to mention about some of the few monuments that are in Sydney to the many dedicated women that have given their all for the country..There seems to be very little mention of...

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  • 92. Ocean World

    Oceanworld in Manly offers people the chance to dive in the aquarium with the sharks, turtles & manta rays. If you have never dived with sharks before then this is worth following up on. The sharks...

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  • 93. Cockatoo Island ( now Naval Shipyard)

    Cockatoo Island is listed in UNESCO World Heritage List on 31 July 2010. It is a historical site for the convict panel settlement between 1839 to 1869. They lived a harsh life condition in this...

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  • 94. 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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  • 95. Lord Nelson Pub

    The day was a hot one and I decided that I needed to quench my thirst....Well.without a second thought ..I set out briskly to do just that ..and I decided that I would have a "coldie" in Sydneys...

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  • 96. Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Sydney Sea Life Aquarium at Darling Harbour has many different aquatic animals and offers different themed settings for its aquatic wildlife. For example, there is the fresh water Streams and...

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  • 97. Seven Shillings Beach

    Whilst hardly a 'hidden' gem or even 'off the beaten track', Redleaf Pool is one of those places that few Sydneysiders ever get round to visiting. Admittedly, there are more spectacular locations to...

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  • 98. St. Marys Cathedral

    Sitting on a park bench in the shadow of Sydney's cathedral you could imagine yourself a world away in a city like Oxford or Cambridge. This nineteenth century Gothic church is an intensely British...

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  • 99. Wine Festival

    During our last visit to Sydney; the NSW Wine Festival was on in Hyde Park(February 26th & Feb 27th 2012.) The Wine Festival was incredible with over ninety wineries serving samples from various...

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  • 100. Hmsa Vampire

    The HMAS Vampire is located in Darling HArbour as part of the Australian National MAritime Museum. It is the museum's largest floating exhibit and museum ship. The Vampire was built as a Daring class...

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