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Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Wild Life Sydney Zoo (1-5 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour, Sydney) – located within the vicinity of SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, this zoo (opened in 2006) lets visitors see a range of animals – from koala bears, to huge crocodiles, koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, Tasmanian devils, wombats, snakes, lizards, birds, and butterflies. Admission: A$40 (adult), A$31 (seniors […]

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The Rocks (downtown Sydney)

The Rocks (downtown Sydney) – this is the historic area of Sydney’s downtown area – located on the south shore of Sydney Harbour (just northwest of the city’s central business district). This was among the first parts of Sydney settled by the British in the late 1700s. Earning an unsavory reputation in the early & […]

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Taronga Wild! Rhinos

Taronga Wild! Rhinos (Sydney Harbour, Sydney) – this is a Wild in Art event that brings businesses, artists and schools together to create a spectacular world-class sculpture trail from the Sydney Harbour foreshore through the Blue Mountains to Dubbo and the Central West region of NSW.   Every February to April, a huge herd of […]

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Sydney Pub Tours

Sydney Pub Tours – this tour take adult travelers, of all walks of life, on a journey through some of the oldest and most charismatic pubs and bars in Sydney. By way of historical content and local folklore, the professional tour guide will not only inform, but entertain guests, as they venture deep into the […]

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Sydney International Aquatic Centre

Sydney International Aquatic Centre (Olympic Blvd., Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney) – this venue is a paradise for swimmers. Built in 1994 and used as the venue of swimming, diving, water polo and synchronized swimming competitions during the Sydney Olympic games in 2000, the public presently comes here to take part in various water-related pursuits (from […]

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Surfers Paradise

Surfers Paradise (Gold Coast, Queensland) – this is a popular beach for surfers (because of the swells that often form here). In addition, this is a full-fledged residential suburb of Gold Coast (where a number of resorts and apartments towers are readily found here), and a variety of outdoor events (from concerts to street festivals) […]

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Stadium Australia

Stadium Australia (Edwin Flack Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney) – this huge, 83,000-seat venue (a.k.a. “ANZ Stadium”) is a multi-purpose stadium, which was originally built for the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics. Nowadays, it’s best-known for sporting events (ranging from rugby to football and cricket). Various local & national teams (from the Quantas Wallabies, to the […]

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Snapper Rocks

Snapper Rocks (Snapper Rocks Road, Coolangatta, Queensland) – this is one of the more popular beaches within the Gold Coast area. There is both terrific surf for the surfers and other water sports enthusiasts. For families, there’s also a shallow beach section for children. Snapper Rocks (Snapper Rocks Road, Coolangatta, Queensland): esta es una de […]

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Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

Sea Life Sydney Aquarium (1-5 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour, Sydney) — located in the heart of Sydney at Darling Harbour, visitors to the new SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium are taken on a journey of amazing discovery through 14 newly themed zones, including Tropical Bay of Rays, Discovery Rockpool, Mangrove Swamps, South Coast Shipwreck, Dugong Island, […]

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Royal Sydney Golf Club

Royal Sydney Golf Club (Kent Road, Rose Bay) — located just 16 minutes (14 km) west of downtown Sydney, the facilities here comprise a world-class 18 hole championship golf course (home of the 2013 Emirates Australian Open), a 9 hole Centenary golf course, two golf practice areas, an indoor golf studio, 18 tennis courts, two […]