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Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Sydney Harbour gets most of the glory during Vivid Sydney, but don't forget Darling Harbour on the other side for equally impressive installations. Don't miss the Aquatique Water Theater that puts on a show every hour on the hour. Images,...
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1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Sydney aquarium features 2 sea cows, or "dugongs." These gentle marine mammals swim over head and seem curious about the visitors.
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Australia’s most famous beach has played many roles throughout history. In 1907, a group of local swimmers became the world’s first lifeguards; during World War II, it was fortified by barbed wire and iron stakes; and over the last few...
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Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW, Australia
It's the quintessential thing to do in Sydney, and it's alot of fun! You won't get a better bird's-eye-view of Sydney's amazing landmarks— including the Opera House and Luna Park— than from the top of the iconic Harbour Bridge. #afarexperiences...
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Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the Sydney Opera House was inspired by its dramatic setting on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour, a location that’s long been sacred to the native Gadigal people. While construction took...
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68 Market St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
For Australians, afternoon tea is part of the daily doings. Whether it's a cuppa with the neighbours, or a pastry with friends, the "arvo tea" is a staple in the Australia lifestyle. One spot that does it well is the Swissôtel in Sydney, where a...
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Queen Victoria Building, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
The Queen Victoria Building has been central to culture and commerce in Sydney since 1898. Covering a full city block with the Town Hall train station entrance on the ground floor, it’s hard to miss and easy to get to. For a perfect Sunday...
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Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Sydney’s 158-acre botanic garden, which hugs the harbor between Mrs Macquarie's Chair and the Sydney Opera House, is home to nearly 9,000 plant species. Depending on the season of your visit, you might seek out spring peaches and wisteria or...