Things to do in Australia & the Pacific Islands

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  • 1

    Sydney Opera House

    152 reviews

    one of the most famous buildings in the world. even though it's smaller and more yellow than I was imagining, still worth to see

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    Sydney Harbour Bridge

    98 reviews

    Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge the largest single span arch bridge in the world. 503 metres long, 124 metres high and 49 metres wide. Officially opened Saturday March 19, 1932. One the neatest thing to do when in Sydney. Great view over the water of the Skyline and the famous Sydney Opera House. Not to be missed.

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  • 3

    Bondi Beach

    99 reviews

    Bondi is the quintessential Aussie beach. Close enough to Central Sydney that it attracts the masses - the bronzed, the beautiful and the want-to-be's all end up at Bondi. Some stay to surf, some just to watch - you can't come to Sydney and not come here.

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    Manly Beach

    66 reviews

    Manly is a super nice beach not too far away from Sydney, a short ferry ride away. I liked it more than Bondi Beach. There is a little pedestrian street with shops and restaurants. It feels a bit more suburban than Bondi, really good for families.

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    Darling Harbour & Haymarket

    65 reviews

    Good place to bring your family if you have kids. Shops and restaurants, lots of outdoor stuff. But better for summer and usually pretty busy. Sometimes they have fire works shows here for occasions like Australia Day, so check their website before you go.

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    Taronga Zoo

    56 reviews

    This zoo was a lot more impressive than I imagined. I thought it would be small, but it was large and had a lot of great animals too see and was a lot more interactive than I expected. There were a lot of variety and animals from all over the world. Taking a picture with the koalas was my favorite ...

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    Sydney Harbour

    50 reviews

    Sydney Harbour is beautiful. In addition to iconic structures like the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge, it's surrounded by quaint neighborhoods such as The Rocks. You can catch ferries to other parts of Sydney such as Manly Beach.

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    Great Ocean Road

    47 reviews

    Driving along the Great Ocean Road in Australia is equivalent to driving along Highway 101 in California. It's a great way to see the waves crashing along the Australian coast while driving along the windy roads. While driving, I highly recommend seeing the Twelve Apostles, a series of massive karsts scattered along the ocean shores.

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    Queen Victoria Market

    57 reviews

    The Markets of Melbourne is a collective between three of Melbourne's longest running cultural icons - The Prahran Market, The Queen Victoria Market and the South Melbourne Market. We aim to raise the profile of market shopping amongst Melbournians and educate and inform about the benefits associated with shopping at your local market.

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    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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    Great Barrier Reef

    35 reviews

    You have to visit them if you get the chance. While the coral isn't as vibrant as it looks in pictures, th experience is a can't miss. I went scuba diving and was terrified the entire time even while holding onto my dive master, but I am so glad I did it. We took a cruise out and then stayed ...

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    Melbourne Aquarium

    35 reviews

    Beautiful animals

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  • 13

    The Rocks

    39 reviews

    I love all the little lane ways around the rocks. Every time I go there I find somewhere new. This is one of the oldest part of Sydney. They also have a great market on the weekends.

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    Greater Blue Mountains Area

    33 reviews

    We rented a car in Sydney to visit Blue Mountains for a day. We had a GPS in our car, and it came handy many times - it took some time getting used to the signs and driving on the wrong (sorry, left) side of the road. We saw a lot of speeding warnings and even more drunk driving warnings. ...

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  • 15

    Flinders Street

    37 reviews

    what a great sight...and busy corner. be there on Boxing day and you see like rivers of people...

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  • 16

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    34 reviews

    Sydney is one of the world's great cities. But after a morning wandering through the buildings and harbors, the best place to relax in Sydney is filled with a more natural beauty. The Royal Botanic Gardens are right next to downtown's towering skyscrapers, and yet you feel a world away. Wander the footpaths, have a picnic at water's edge, or ...

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  • 17

    Melbourne Cricket Ground

    33 reviews

    I had a awsome time here! iv beed to many places in melbourne. But this is the best place ever <3

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    Sydney Aquarium

    39 reviews

    I enjoyed visiting this Aquarium much better than the ones in US. It is ofcourse very large aquarium with great barrier reef setting. The most thrilling place is the tunnel where you can see from the glass panel - sharks swimming above you.

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    Circular Quay

    36 reviews

    One of the prominent areas in the city, Circular Quay is the action-packed stretch between the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Museums, restaurants, walkways and promenades, and the tourism center fill this "key," and you could easily spend the entire day just walking around and soaking up Sydney culture.

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  • 20

    Sky Tower

    31 reviews

    Sky Tower is the tallest structure in New Zealand and offers amazing views of the city and surrounding area. There is a lounge and two restaurants, one is revolving. You can also do the SkyJump or SkyWalk, if you are daring.

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