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Opera Performance at the Sydney Opera House
"The 2016 and 2017 opera season promises to exceed all expectations as new stars join favorites from previous seasons to transport audiences to another world. Whether you’re an opera aficionado or just looking to add something special to your Sydney vacat a performance at the Sydney Opera House — a UNESCO World Heritage site — isn't any old night at the opera!Performances take place in the Opera Theatre. With seating for 1547 people the theater is the Sydney Opera House’s second-largest venue. All operas are performed in their original languages (mostly Italian); English subtitles are projected onto a screen above the stage.Bars inside the Sydney Opera House open one hour pr"""Spend an afternoon or evening at the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Sydney Opera House for an amazing performance by Opera Australia. This 2016 and 2017 season includes legendary operas by Mozart Puccini and Verdi
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Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour
"With a warm and mild climate year-round the open-air double-decker coach tour is a perfect way to sightsee in Sydney and Bondi. Hop aboard the open-top double-decker bus at any of the 34 stops around the city. Enjoy live commentary from your onboard guide as you sit back and relax on the full ride which takes about 90 minutes or hop off to sightsee and explore at your own pace.Discover Sydney's highlights including the Sydney Opera House Sydney Harbour Bridge the historic Rocks district and Sydney’s CBD (Central Business District). Hop off the coach to browse the stores in modern shopping areas or grab a bite to eat at the bustling Sydney Fish Market. Stretch your legs as you stroll around the Royal Botanic G
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Sydney Shore Excursion: Sydney and Bondi Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
"For great views of Sydney and Bondi while you’re in port in Sydney travel around the city in an open-top double-decker bus. The Sydney and Bondi routes take you around the world's most beautiful harbor past towering skyscrapers iconic buildings like the Sydney Opera House the iron-lace terrace houses of Paddington Double Bay’s millionaires’ mansions and legendary Bondi Beach. Sydney’s year-round climate of blue skies and sunshine makes it the ideal location for an open-top bus ride while in port.You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard both each tour takes approximately 90 minutes and includes interesting on-board commentary. The bus departs every 15 to 20 minutes from each stop and tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use. The tours connect at 100 William Street or Central Station sto
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Most Viewed What to Pack in Sydney

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Clothing

I went to Doll House and had the worst experience of my life. I ordered a dress 3 months before my formal and it didn’t come in. she told me the the dress was customised but was told a week before my...
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Sun / Insect Protection

Sydney isn't as cold as I thought it would be in late winter/early spring, and it's also much more casual than I expected. Bring layers of clothing to use in cooler weather, and leave the fancy stuff...
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Camera / Electrical Equipment

Liz and I like to travel with our unlocked cell phone and pick up a Sim card when we arrive. Sim cards are sold at the airport and we pick up one for only $30. We are able to have a local number...
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Travel light!

We always bring a soft sided duffle bag with us when we travel. Because we each can ultimately check two bags, this is a way to off load some weight of the primary suitcases. We usually put all the...
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Toiletries & Medical Supplies

No matter where I go or for how long, I must take along my favorite toiletries. I am very picky when it comes to shampoos and conditioners and make it a point to take along my favorite travel size....
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Power converter / Adaptor

Because I travel often I purchased a converter and an adaptor kit which includes all the adaptors I would need for any particular country. If you forget to take your own adopter, most hotels will...
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My Guide Book and Travel Journal

I love the DK travel books and they are the guides I use because I am such a visual person and they provide beautiful pictures with great maps, history and pertinent information, like opening...
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Gypsystravels
Jun 07, 2015

Don't Forget the Passport & the Visa

Nearly all visitors to Australia are required to have a visa. This includes those coming from the United States. Do not forget to get this in order or you will have delays in boarding if not full...
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cjg1
Jul 23, 2010

Packing Lists

Travel light. I once read that the key to packing light was pack as lightly as you can and then removing half of it. One bag should be enough for anyone on a week tour. I know most people do not agree...
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cjg1
Jul 23, 2010

Be Prepared for Everything

We brough a regular sized suitcase Since we were visiting in Spring I knew I had to be prepared for any type of weather so I brght some summer type clothes as well as jeans, a jacket and a few...
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LadyRVG
Oct 06, 2009

For the Cold Australian Winter

.Pack as lightly as you can. It is still best to try layering but be sure to have at least one warm jacket. Also wise to bring mittens/gloves, bonnet and scarf. It can be very cold especially at...
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i-s-a
Aug 07, 2008

Packing for Sydney - Winter

We were there in winter and the temperature hovered between 18 to 21*C2 layers, jeans and a weather-proof winter coat (or bring an umbrella) was fine.Once you're in the city centre, most places are...
Bluestar07
Aug 18, 2007

Boy does it Rain

If like me you grew up with pictures of bronzed beauties always on the beach beware it does rain in NSW and how. I come from the West Coast of Scotland a country renowned for its precipitation and I...
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mccrorj
Jun 02, 2007

Sydney

I always travel with a day pack and one under-the-plane soft bag only. After this Sydney trip I am reviewing whether I want to get a pack with wheels. I think it would be better. I don't travel with...
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Freebeacher
Jan 02, 2006

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7 Hickson Road, The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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27 O'Connell St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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6 Cowper Wharf Rd, (formerly W Hotel), Sydney, New South Wales 2011, Australia
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93 Macquarie St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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77 York St, Sydney, New South Wales, 2000, Australia
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Top Things to Do in Sydney

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Blue Mountains - Daytrip

The scenically stunning Blue Mountains are absolutely worth a visit should you come Sydney and I recommend, in your planning, that you allow more than a day, especially if you enjoy hiking or want to...
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Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo is a short ferry trip from Circular Quay, but other than having very interesting animals, the zoo is also a great vantage point for pictures of the Sydney Harbour. The view is...
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Harbour Bridge

There are two options in terms of climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge – either a climb up the south-east Pylon, the one closest to Circular Quay, or the main bridge climb by which you can get to the...
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Sydney Opera House

Australia's worldwide famous manufactured icon, the Sydney Opera House is an exclusive feat of an architectural project and engineering that helps add extremely to the feature of the already scenic...
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Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain

What an amazing sight it must have been, over a million people on the harbour and lining the streets of Sydney for an event, 166 years in the making. On the 26 January 1788 Captain Arthur Phillip had...
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Darling Harbour

The European history of New South Wales, and indeed Australia, will always be traced back to the site of the first British settlement at Sydney Cove (now Circular Quay). That said, it wasn’t long...
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"What do you do with your weekend?"
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"A Ramble around Sydney"
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"Love Those Sydneysiders"
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"Sydney - For the discerning tourist"
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"Sydney"
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