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Blue Mountains Tour from Sydney
"On this exciting adventure to the Blue Mountains you'll travel in a luxury Mercedes bus equipped with USB chargers and reclining seats for your added comfort. You'll travel in small groups of no more than 14 which allows for a more personal experience. Your guides will provide an informative and fun tour as you explore the best that the Blu koalas wallabies dingos and many other playful critters and vibrantly coloured birds. You'll take the beautiful drive to the top of the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains region - Narrow Neck Lookout. This lookout offers excellent photo opportunities with gorgeous views of canyons. You also have the option to experience Scenic World where you can take the cable car 270 meters above the Jamison valley and travel deep into the valley. As part of the experience
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Blue Mountains Day Trip Including Parramatta River Cruise
"Your tour starts with hotel pickup from your selected destination before you head off towards the Blue Mountains. Enjoy refreshments on Nepean River the tranquil western border of Sydney with morning drinks and snacks provided.Visit Kings Tableland or Evans Lookout the best place to view the wilderness of the Blue Mountains. Take a pleasant bushwalk to Wentworth Falls one of the most spectacular lookout points in the Blue Mountains.Stop by Leura where you can spend free time exploring this picturesque village with great shops excellent choices for lunch to cater to everyone. Leura is very popular with the Sydney locals.Next up is Katoomba. Katoomba is the center of the Blue Mountains and the gateway to its two most popular tourist attractions: The Three Sisters rock f a well established hotel industry and a wide range of cafes and restaurants.Visit the Three Sisters rock formation where you'll hear the Aboriginal legends about this famous rock formation.If you're interested in visiting Scenic World
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Sydney's Northern Beaches and Ku-ring-gai National Park Small-Group Sightseeing Tour
"Your day trip to the Northern Beaches begins with morning pickup at your centrally located Sydney accommodation. Board your air-conditioned minivan for the scenic drive to Ku-ring-gai Chase. This is where you will learn about the local Aboriginal culture whilst bush walking to ancient cave art and sacred rock engraving sites.Next tour around Pittwater waterways breathtaking coastal drive over to famous Palm Beach home to the rich and famous where you will take a tour around the area’s many mansions. Plus visiting all the vital Home & Away filming locations such as the Summer Bay Surf Club
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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 Water Police and were the Water police Courts in 1858. they werethe cells for the Water Police Station and was then the Police Court in (1886).
Built in 1840 when the Water Police were relocated from the "Cadmans Cottage" due to its size and inadequacy..two other buildings that make up this complex were added in 1858 qnd 1886..The Museum covers early crime and different forms of punishment..bushranging period in New South Wales from 1789 to 1901..There are many different rooms covering all forms of crime ..weapons...charge room...holding cells..and the courtroom.The Crime room is based on 1910 police museum..with notorious mugshots , various criminal records and a vast array of weapons and forensic evidence.This is a good look at local early policing involving bushrangers, and all sorts of violent criminals.The charge room restored to its 19th century character..The police station became known as the Phillip Street Police Station until its closure in 1985..Following the closure of the complex all the buildings were restored and refurbished in their 1890's character.The Museum presents different and changing exhibitionswith special events and educational activities...These Buildings are all classed Historical Houses and are classified NATIONAL TRUST..
There is a small admission charge..
They recognise concessions...

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Oct 15, 2011

Justice & Police Museum

Originally the Water Police Court from 1856 this museum displays a magistrates court, a recreated police charge room and remand cells, a gallery of mug shots of Sydney's early criminals and an array of spine chilling weapons.
Displays of relics of some of nortorious crimes are also shown.

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Jan 08, 2005

Justice & Police Museum.

Sounded hokey but it was actually pretty entertaining and a nice short diversion before the pub. You can't drink beer all day, can you?

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Aug 24, 2002
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Parliament House

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