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  • 1

    Sydney Opera House

    152 reviews

    We first saw the famous Sydney Opera House (UNESCO World Heritage Site) from the Royal Botanical Gardens and then walked along the harbor towards it. It was just as magnificent as in the pictures. We took a tour of the Opera House and learned a lot about its history, design and construction. We really wanted to attend a performance there, ...

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  • 2

    Sydney Harbour Bridge

    97 reviews

    I've seen the bridge in all angles from top to bottom, left and right. night or day. its always amazing to look at.

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  • 3

    Bondi Beach

    99 reviews

    This is the image many people have of Sydney: a long crescent of golden sand populated by blonde surfer dudes and dudettes, baking beneath the brilliant antipodean sun. Strangely, though, this image is pretty much dead on. With a gentle surf break that's great for beginners, an awesome seaside swimming pool, and plenty of shopping and restaurants (albeit touristy and ...

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  • 4

    Manly Beach

    66 reviews

    One of Sydney's most famous beaches and a favorite for surfers as well. This was probably my favorite break in Sydney. I would have loved a couple more days here!

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  • 5

    Darling Harbour & Haymarket

    65 reviews

    Home to the Wildlife Zoo (not Taronga), the aquarium, and a whole bunch of restaurants and museums. I started my visit to Sydney at 7am in Darling Harbour, where I visited the wildlife center and walked all over the waterfront to get acquainted. It's perfect for strolling and leisurely activities.

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  • 6

    Taronga Zoo

    56 reviews

    We took a ferry to the Zoo – with great views of the bay. Ferries are very much in use as public transportation. After that, we took a cable car to the top. We got to see a lot of unusual animals: wombat sleeping on his back (not a pretty sight), echidna, kangaroos, nocturnal animals, platypus, flying fox, gorillas eating ...

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  • 7

    Sydney Harbour

    49 reviews

    A stunning natural harbour that looks at its best when out on the water. My favourite journey was from Circular Quay to Manly

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  • 8

    Great Ocean Road

    47 reviews

    The Great Ocean Rd is stunningly beautiful, a great place to go for a surf, and an opportunity to see some Australian wildlife. The being said, if you're an American and have spent any amount of time on Highway 1, the Great Ocean Rd will feel like visiting a quaint version of something you've already seen. For those spending at ...

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  • 9

    Queen Victoria Market

    57 reviews

    Queen Victoria Market is a huge open air market. Locals and tourists can find anything and everything imaginable, from souvenirs to local produce and fish. Weekends are particularly crazy.

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  • 10

    12 Apostles

    41 reviews

    One of the singlemost beautiful geological wonders on Earth. Imposing, otherworldly, and stately - it's difficult not to be impressed by this stretch of Australian coastline!

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  • 11

    Great Barrier Reef

    36 reviews

    I'm spoiled for life. My first scuba diving experience was at the largest reef in the world. The Great Barrier Reef is full of coral, sponges, sea turtles, schools of fish, big groupers, and sharks. It's awe-inspiring and beautiful. A trip of a lifetime.

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  • 12

    Melbourne Aquarium

    35 reviews

    sharks,but are not dangerous!!The aquarium is a very beautiful experience!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • 13

    The Rocks

    39 reviews

    Great area for exploring historic downtown. There's a path here that leads up to the Harbour Bridge which lets you get great views of Sydney harbour without doing the harbour bridge climb.

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  • 14

    Greater Blue Mountains Area

    33 reviews

    Will do it again!

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  • 15

    Flinders Street

    37 reviews

    Iconic station!!

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  • 16

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    34 reviews

    Best place to click a picture with the Opera and Darling harbor as the background! Great place for a pleasant walk.

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  • 17

    Melbourne Cricket Ground

    33 reviews

    MCG, location of the 1956 Olympics, regularly hosts cricket matches and Aussie rules football games. It's an awesome place to see a footy game, even if you're not familiar with the rules of this crazy sport.

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  • 18

    Sydney Aquarium

    39 reviews

    A wonderful collection of ingenious sea life, the tanks are huge and many you walk under so you can see the sharks etc swim over you. The jelly fish tank is amazing as well.

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  • 19

    Circular Quay

    36 reviews

    Circular Quay is beautiful at night. If you want to stroll around the harbour, take in the sights around Ciculary Quay. You'll enjoy all the lights, the serenity, and the city itself.

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  • 20

    Sky Tower

    31 reviews

    Sky Tower is the tallest structure in Southern Hemisphere. Views are amazing but revolving restaurant is overpriced and food was not great - you'll not miss a lot by skipping it. We did not do SkyWalk but it looked like a lot of fun.

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