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What to see in Sydney

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Darling Harbour

The waterside tourist precinct of Darling Harbour, close to the central business district, is crossed by a monorail and…

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Featherdale Wildlife Park

Children who visit the Featherdale Wildlife Park will be able to interact with and observe koalas, wallabies and emus…

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Harbour Bridge

One of Sydney's most famous landmarks, the Harbour Bridge (known locally as the 'Coat Hanger') was completed in 1932…

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Kings Cross

Once home to music halls and grand theatres, Kings Cross was transformed after World War II with the arrival of hundreds…

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Royal Botanic Gardens

Sydney's 'green lung' is a 30-hectare botanical garden, established in 1816 and containing more than 7,500 species of…

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Sydney Beaches

One thing that is not in short supply in Sydney are beautiful Pacific Ocean beaches. Anywhere in the city, except perhaps…

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Sydney Opera House

It may not be an ancient monument, but the architecturally distinctive Sydney Opera House epitomises the city as much…

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Sydney Tower

Sydney Tower, or the AMP Centrepoint Tower, is the tallest free-standing building in the city, and the second tallest…

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The Rocks

The best place to start exploring Australia's oldest city is at The Rocks, a restored 19th-century village at the southern…

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