Things to do for LGBT in Australia & the Pacific Islands 

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    Kawarau Bridge Bungy - AJ Hackett Bungy

    10 reviews
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    Canal Rocks

    8 reviews
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    Manly Beach

    66 reviews

    loved this place great beach. great surf lived they 3 years

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    Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

    18 reviews

    nice little zoo that been around a long even has an old peoples place for koalas ,where the koalas can be with there old mates. there is also kangaroos ,and many other wonderful Australian animals to see. live shows daily. contact them at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary 708 Jesmond Road, Fig Tree Pocket Qld 4069, AUSTRALIA Telephone +61 7 ...

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    Te Papa Tongarewa

    17 reviews

    Witness the long history of New Zealand at this national museum, free to visit for all. This is a great way to take a break from summer outdoors activities.

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    The Opera Centre - Sydney

    4 reviews

    Beautiful view of the Sydney Opera Centre taken at cruise arrival.

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    Botanic Gardens

    9 reviews

    Famous because of the red cable car that whisks you up the mountain to visit, these beautiful gardens are right in the middle of the city and a great way to get some green into your summer's day.

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    Woodford Folk Festival

    2 reviews

    One of the best festivals I have ever been to, the environment throughout this experience is nothing but pure bliss and joyous :)

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    World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms

    2 reviews

    WWOOF pairs volunteers with farms that offer room and board in exchange for a little hard labor. This is a great way to get first hand experience in what goes into making your lunch salad is by working on a farm. Byron Bay, a beautiful area of Australia, is a great place to be stationed. When the dirt under your ...

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    Sydney Opera House

    152 reviews

    Iconic Sydney. A must see even if you can't catch a performance. The views from around the opera house are as stunning as the builiding itself.

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    Waterfront Walkway

    11 reviews

    Squarely on the beaten path, the Waterfront Walkway is nevertheless a must on a summer's day in Wellington. Strolling along the water and gazing at the ocean is best capped off by a visit to the wharf where you can witness the huge catches of the day.

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    Surfing Western Australia

    6 reviews

    Some of the best in the world. I grew up in Southern California and was Still blown away by the waves, swells, and most importantly, the attitude of the surfers on all the beaches in WA. Friendly, helpful, very willing to make way for new comers. One of the best activities in WA!

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    Sydney Harbour Bridge

    97 reviews

    It was great as one of my first things to see in Australia as the sun rose over the harbor. I did not do any of the site seeing activities on the bridge but it is quite beautiful just to see from the harbor.

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    Bondi Beach

    99 reviews

    Probably the most famous beach in Sydney, and probably also the most crowded. This is where people go to lay on the beach and enjoy their days off.

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    Darling Harbour & Haymarket

    65 reviews

    For a tourist area there are plenty of non-corny things for locals to do too. Also nicely free to people hawker giant ballons or tourist bobbles along the walk way. The Harbourside mall is a nice alternative to the somewhat chaotic Paddy's Market. The restaurants are overpriced but the open air food court is a great bet for families or ...

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    Taronga Zoo

    56 reviews

    I have been visiting the Zoo since 1950's and the changes are unbelievable ... it was the place I would take Peta too when we had our weekends out when she was a baby. She had a blow up giraffe called gerry and do you think she would leave the giraffe enclosure ... every time i would turn the pram ...

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    Sydney Harbour

    49 reviews

    Take a boat trip - it's worth in - even if you just take a round trip

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    Great Ocean Road

    47 reviews

    A must, must do for visitors to Victoria. Amazing scenery, rainforests, waterfalls, beaches, apostles, bushwalks, beachwalks, great costal towns, history...The Great Ocean Road has it all.

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    Queen Victoria Market

    57 reviews

    Great place to pick up souvenirs, fresh fruit, meat, seafood, cheese. You name it, you'll probably find it at Queen Victoria Market. We stopped here prior to heading out on the Great Ocean Road for food. Later during our stay, we met up with some great guys at a pub and one of them worked a stand at Queen Victoria. ...

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    12 Apostles

    41 reviews

    A few years ago when I traveled to Australia, my friends and I took the Great Ocean Road to visit the 12 Apostles. At the time I didn't know what the 12 Apostles were besides the religious connotation. The 12 Apostles are a collection of offshore sea stacks on Victoria's Great Ocean Road. There is a main viewing area on ...

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