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Sydney Attractions

Australian Museum

Established in 1827, Australia's first museum has a remarkable
reputation in the field of natural history and indigenous studies. Here
you can check out spiders and other creepy crawlies, dinosaurs,
fascinating studies on Aboriginal life, art and more. Trace 4 million
years of human history with the Tracks Through Time and Skeletons

Blue Mountains

Rising from the coastal plain about 50 miles from Sydney are the famed
Blue Mountains, creating a backdrop almost as spectacular as the
harbor. Eucalyptus trees by the thousands constantly release fine
droplets of oil into the atmosphere, reflecting blue light rays to
create the azure haze. Blue Mountains National Park is surrounded by
resort villages for longer stays, yet mere day-trips from Sydney can be
rewarding. Trains for the mountains leave several times daily from
Sydney’s Central Railway Station.

Bondi Beach & More

Tan, swim or surf along famed Bondi Beach, renowned for bronzed
skimpily clad bathers, and only minutes from Sydney’s center. To the
north are more calming beaches with names like Dee Why, Manly and Curl

Chinese Garden of Friendship

This horticultural and architectural masterpiece, designed by
specialists from Guangdong Province, is the largest and most elaborate
outside China. A two-story pavilion serves a hub for lakes, waterfalls,
tranquil walkways and bridges. A dragon wall symbolizes the bond
between New South Wales and Guangdong, and a tea house is open daily
serving traditional Chinese tea, cakes and other refreshments.

Flight & Lunch to Cottage Point Inn

About 20 minute’s flying time from Sydney Harbour lies the Cottage
Point Inn within Ku-Ring-Gai National Park. After arrival at this
secluded tranquil site, flight-lunch package participants enjoy a
three-course a la carte meal in the restaurant before reboarding the
aircraft for a journey back to Sydney that includes a circuit of the
Harbour near the famed bridge and Opera House.
Art Gallery Road.

Government House

Constructed between 1837 and 1845, Government House is the most
sophisticated example of a Gothic Revival building in New South Wales.
State rooms house an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century

Paddington Street Market

The Paddington Street Market, unfolding on Saturdays around Paddington
Church, typically yields more than 250 stalls with a notable array of
flea market finds from bowls made of Australian timber or labels from
emerging designers to chemical-free fruit, veggies, and nuts from
organic farms.

The Rocks

With grim origins as a penal colony, The Rocks today serves as nirvana
for anyone appreciating cobbled streets and waterfront warehousing
transformed into shops and galleries. The Rocks Market, with more than
170 stalls, unfolds weekends at the northern end of George Street. The
Rocks is within easy walking distance to hotels such as the Regent
Sydney and Circular Quay, the city’s major transport hub for bus, train
and ferry services.

Taronga Zoo

Apart from koalas and meerkats to dingos and more on some 75 acres of
bushland park, the hillside Taronga Zoo (a short ferry ride from
Circular Quay) has a spectacular view of Sydney Harbour. Check out the
platypus house or the rainforest aviary. The underground building turns
day into night for observing Australia’s nocturnal creatures in action.
Try taking the Sky Funicular to the top and working your way down to
the pier.


Once a waterfront district slum north of King’s Cross, urban renewal
has transformed Woolloomooloo’s terraced dwellings into chic studios
for artisans and others. Among favored watering holes in the ‘Loo is
the pub at The Old Fitzroy Hotel (129 Dowling Street), where décor
leans toward mismatched vintage furnishings against a backdrop of brick
walls with inset bottles, and clientele (a mixed bag of locals and
tourists) thirsts for draft on tap by the middie, schooner, pint and

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