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    Sydney Opera House

    4.5
    152 reviews

    The must see when traveling to Australia! I was able to go inside and walk around when people were having a concert one day. It's gorgeous and so well constructed. And the bathrooms are really pretty with lots of fancy towels! The outside of the opera house is just as amazing - a few restaurants that overlooks the ocean, lots ...

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    Sydney Harbour Bridge

    4.5
    97 reviews

    Call it a giant coathanger or a giant mouthguard, the Harbour Bridge is still a thoroughly lovely piece of architecture, and as much a part of the city's iconic harbor scenery as its famous opera house. Take a stroll up Argyle street and onto the bridge walkway -- opportunities for panoramic shots of the city are great from near the ...

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  • 3

    Bondi Beach

    4.5
    99 reviews

    It seems the most popular beach in sydney. It was cold when we wen there so did not see the usual crowd but it was great just to linger and walk around.

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  • 4

    Manly Beach

    4.5
    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

    4.5
    65 reviews

    Check the schedule- they hold fireworks here on certain days (it's their way of practicing for the New Years Eve show); make reservations for dinner ahead of time or you won't get a seat anywhere!

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    Taronga Zoo

    4.5
    56 reviews

    A visit to the Sydney Taronga Zoo is a fun family day out. You first take a ferry across the harbour and then you take a cable car up to the top of the zoo and then walk and wind your way back down through the zoo.

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    Sydney Harbour

    4.5
    49 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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  • 8

    The Rocks

    4
    39 reviews

    So many bars and restaurants to choose from, very fun and high energy place after the sun goes down.

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  • 9

    Greater Blue Mountains Area

    4.5
    33 reviews

    Most spectacular site you every seen

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  • 10

    Royal Botanic Gardens

    4.5
    34 reviews

    The Royal Botanic Gardens are a great free park open during daylight hours on most days. Besides the botany, the birds that accompany the plants and trees are most interesting. At the waters edges there's a view of the opera house. This is a great way to experience Sydney without breaking the bank.

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  • 11

    Sydney Aquarium

    4
    39 reviews

    Sydney Aquarium is decent enough but a bit overpriced for the crowded and baby-stroller-ridden experience you'll have. They really need a place for families to store all of the stuff that they won't use during the couple of hours they'll spend here. You can get discount tickets to visit two or more of the Sydney attractions, so that takes the ...

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  • 12

    Circular Quay

    4
    36 reviews

    The hub. You've buses here, cruises here and trains here. The Opera House is here and The Rocks is nearby. Beautiful and convenient.

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  • 13

    Bondi to Bronte Walk

    4.5
    25 reviews

    Too many visitors confine their coastal visits in Sydney to Bondi alone. More's the pity, because the roughly 6km walk south from the city's blockbuster surfing beach to the suburban coast at Coogee gives an overview of what's best in sun-and-sand, with glimpses of what the locals love apart from all the tourist glitz. The roughly two-hour walk (though you ...

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  • 14

    Blue Mountains

    4.5
    24 reviews

    So much too do. Great for a weekend with friends. No need to book a tour. Take the train out and spend some time hiking.

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  • 15

    BridgeClimb

    4.5
    22 reviews

    I reaaly loved it!It was worth the price!I think it was the best thing i did in sydney,and i did many great things!You can also give it as a gift,great gift by the way!!!

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  • 16

    Tamarama Beach

    4
    19 reviews

    It's this time of the year that sculpture by the sea being held between BONDI and TAMARAMA beach! Everything goes very nicely.

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  • 17

    Queen Victoria Building

    4.5
    16 reviews

    Lovely shopping area, interesting shops and great food! Lots of interesting shops, selling niche or unusual items. The staff are friendly and the food area is good.

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  • 18

    Chinatown

    3.5
    22 reviews

    Fun place to go shopping and eat. Not that huge - you can walk around it in about an hour. Big markets for veggies and stuff.

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  • 19

    Hyde Park

    4
    17 reviews

    Beautiful park in the centre of Sydney. If possible, go at night to see the animals.

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  • 20

    Kings Cross

    3.5
    24 reviews

    I love the Cross always have, it was the hub of live shows in the 60's, and it is no where near as bad as ppl try to make out ... my dream place to live right in amongst it ALL

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