- Sydney surrounds
Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge is a unique experience which thrills visitors and locals alike. Climbers are carefully prepared with a briefing and safety demonstration, and take on the bridge in groups of 12 at 10-minute intervals from early morning to evening every day. Climbers can choose between two guideded…
Australia's winter playground is in the peaks of the Snowy Mountains, about 315 miles (500km) south of Sydney, where there are more than 145 miles (230km) of ski-trails, graded from beginner to championship level. The ski season lasts from June to October. The ski resorts are known for their warm hospitality, spectacular…
Surfing in Australia has become more of a culture than a sport, the long coastline providing countless beaches with a diverse spread of wave scapes, from giant storm to perfect point breaks at Kirra and Ragland in Western Australia, and fun beach breaks. No matter what time of year, there will be good waves somewhere…
The Sydney Tower Skywalk is the city's highest open air adventure, situated at 853 feet (260m) above the ground. The open air viewing platform is only accessible as part of a tour, and allows thrill seekers to step out onto the glass floor and literally walk on the roof of the city. Participants are attached by harness…
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