Things to do for Adventure Travelers in Sydney 

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    Sydney Harbour Bridge

    96 reviews

    There are now three guided climbs from which to choose that take you to the summit of the ``coathanger'', 134m above Sydney Harbour. The original Bridge Climb is a 3 1/2-hour experience that takes you along the upper arch of the bridge with uninterrupted views of the city. The Discovery Climb, which also takes 3 1/2 hours, was introduced five ...

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  • 2

    Taronga Zoo

    56 reviews

    Seriously one of the best zoos in the world, and yes I've been to San Diego. Besides having a great collection of animals, some of which you can walk freely with in their enclosures, the Taronga Zoo offers spectacular views of Sydney harbor. You begin your journey with a scenic ferry ride to the north side of Sydney, and then ...

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    Sydney Opera House

    150 reviews

    A visit to Sydney is only complete if you see a performance at The Sydney Opera House. Not all events are black-tie operas, as many theatres have events from comedians to children’s shows – there is something for everybody. A few drinks beforehand at Opera Bar with some live jazz is a favourite with locals, and if your budget allows ...

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  • 4

    Manly Beach

    66 reviews

    A FERRY ride across Sydney Harbour is a must for any visitor to Sydney,and the beachside suburb of Manly is a great place to visit.After getting off at Manly Wharf you can stroll along the corso, grab anice-cream and go for a swim in the waves at Manly Beach. At Manly Oceanworld, you can get close to giant turtles, rays ...

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  • 5

    Bondi Beach

    99 reviews

    When you've tired of city-based exploring, hop on a bus and head to the suburb of Bondi, where you will find world-famous Bondi Beach - one of the best city beaches in the world! Sydneysiders fill this beach on the weekends to enjoy the legendary Aussie sand and surf. There's also a nice promenade to view the rollerbladers and sunbathers ...

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  • 6

    UDU- Understand Down Under: Sydney Night & Day Experiences

    3 reviews

    I went on a teambuilding tirp, and had so much fun. Canoeing, bbq, night photoshoot and sleeping on the beach were just some of the highlights. Thanks Andy!

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  • 7

    Darling Harbour & Haymarket

    65 reviews

    A one-stop entertainment destination, Darling Harbor contains restaurants, shops, museums, an IMAX theater and the Sydney Aquarium. Fun for the whole family! I especially recommend checking out the Powerhouse Museum while you're there. Focused on science & design, they always have fascinating exhibits! Then stop at one of the many cafes and enjoy an up-close view of the Sydney skyline. ...

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  • 8

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    33 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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  • 9


    22 reviews

    A Must Do in Sydney. For those worried about a fear of heights you are firmly secured all the way up and down and there is no chance of falling off.

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  • 10

    AMP Tower

    12 reviews

    Also known as the Centrepoint or Amp Tower, it rises above the Central Business District giving you a spectacular view of greater Sydney on a clear day. You can get a full 360-degree view from 800 feet above the streets (makes for a fun photo). They also have other attractions, like a SkyWalk where you go on the roof of ...

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  • 11

    Circular Quay

    36 reviews

    Every weekend, just around the corner from Circular Quay in an area known as The Rocks, is a vibrant open-air market filled with local artists selling jewelry, crafts and yummy produce. You can pick up some pretty unique souvenirs and then hit up one of the great restaurants nearby. Or just stroll the cobblestone streets and window shop the many ...

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  • 12

    Cockatoo Island

    7 reviews

    The Island Bar, which is accessible by ferry from Circular Quay, will be open every day to 9pm until mid-April, serving signature cocktails,other drinks and food. The bar is built from recycled shipping containers, giving it a funky industrial look in keeping with the history of Cockatoo Island as a ship building yard and Commonwealth naval base.

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  • 13

    Greater Blue Mountains Area

    33 reviews

    I wanted to visit the Blue Mountains, but because I was traveling solo I wanted to do a tour. The bus picked me up from Strathfield Railway Station and waited for me. I was staying at a friend's house and not a hotel, so this was very convenient for me. When we got together for the tour we did a ...

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  • 14

    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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  • 15

    Chinese Garden of Friendship

    15 reviews

    Nestled in the Darling Harbor area, this attraction is worthy of it's own spot on the list. As soon as you enter the dragon gates you're suddenly transported to a tranquil Chinese garden, far away from the hustle & bustle of other tourists. The garden was designed and built by Chinese gardeners as a sign of friendship between Sydney (with ...

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  • 16

    Bondi to Bronte Walk

    25 reviews

    THERE are not many places in the world that can boast beautiful bush land and coastline so close to a major city, and one of the best ways to explore Sydney is on foot. There are plenty of walks to choose from,including the Manly to Spit Bridge walk, the Glebe Foreshore Walk andFederation Walk from Dover Heights to Vaucluse. But ...

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  • 17

    Royal National Park

    3 reviews

    It's the second oldest national park in the world after Yellowstone in the US and the Royal National Park is a great place for a riverside picnic, beach swim or bushwalking. Established in 1879, the park is about 30km from the CBD and 2km from Sutherland, in the city's south. Tours and activities such as basket weaving with Aboriginal Discovery ...

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  • 18

    Oxford St

    7 reviews

Oxford Street, Leederville, Mt Hawthorn: aside from the uber cool fashion stores and rad cafes Oxford St also has Luna a funky art house and outdoor cinema complex.

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  • 19

    Blue Mountains

    24 reviews

    for me this is not Sydney anymore. to far out. but it is really special how the Eucalyptus trees give that dreamy look and smell...easy walks to make, nice outlooks.

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    Manly Ferry

    14 reviews

    This was a great way to see some of the Sydney harbor, especially if you take it at night so you can see the whole city lit up! It was about a 30-45 min ride over to Manly, but the boat is pretty comfortable, and there is plenty of seating.

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