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World famous Bondi Beach, another icon of Sydney Australia. Surf, swim (between the red/yellow flags on the beach!). Myriad of restaurants and cafes catering to most, if not all, tastes. There is a Bondi to Coogee walk, mostly level or mild slopes, offering great coastal views and more beaches and cafes.
8 kms from the City Centre to Bondi beach! Take the train to Bondi Junction then bus to the beach, or take the Bondi and Beach Explorer bus from Circular Quay or along the route.
Caters to all ages with its many attractions, food, and shopping.
Darling Harbour Visitor Centre
Golden Ridge Farm
Bring the children to the farm this school holidays for hands on farm fun. Hold baby chicks, ducklings and rabbits, milk the cow, bottle feed, baby lambs and kids and go for a farm walk to feed the sheep and goats with bread and see all the other farm animals.
Bring along your lunch and stay for a picnic.
BOOKINGS REQUIRED. Ph 02 96511028
686 Old Northern Road in Dural. Entry to the farm on Wyoming Road
Located some three hours drive from Sydney on the western side of the Blue Mountains is the amazing ancient underground labyrinth known as the Jenolan Caves.
Tours are available, including night tours and Aboriginal heritage tours of the surrounds.
Open daily. Ph 1300 76 33 11
4655 Jenolan Caves Road
Jenolan Caves, NSW
With nine amazing and interactive themed zones. History, world leaders, culture, sport, music, tv, film stars and more are celebrated at this world class attraction.
Games, test your knowledge, your own Celebrity Award, even make your own unique wax hand!
Located next to Sydney Aquarium and Wild Life Sydney
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
Complete with glass tunnels, living coral, brilliantly coloured tropical fish and of course Sharks.
Aquarium Wharf, East side of Darling Harbour.
Historic Sydney Observatory is a museum about astronomy and its history. Our regular program of exhibitions, films, talks and night viewings gives you a glimpse of the history of astronomy and its history. Complete with state of the art 16 inch Telescope and a Planetarium.
Watson Road, Observatory Hill
The Harbour Bridge
With stunning Sydney Harbour and city views, the Harbour Bridge has a museum and also offers tours across the top of the Arch. Bookings are essential!
5 Cumberland St.
The Rocks is the original settlement area for the convicts and troops that were sent to Australia in 1788. Full of history and colourful stories, as well as everything from markets to fine dining.
Sydney Visitors Centre, 106 George St The Rocks
Bottom of George St, Circular Quay
Walk A Country Mile Interpretive Centre
Great collection of country music memorabilia as well as hi tech interactive displays featuring the history of Country music in Australia. Listen to your favourite tunes, watch early film clips or test of your knowledge.
Ph 02 6755 4300
Western Plain Zoo
Large Zoo with animals from all around the world. Elephants, giraffes and lumbering rhinos as well as lions, tigers and zebras. In fact, over 800 other animals. You can take a early Sunday morning zoo walk to explore their night quarters. Set in natural settings, the zoo is large, so plan your visit, or better, come back the next day.
Ph 02 6882 5888
WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo
Located next to the city centre at Darling Harbour, Wild Life Sydney is a very unique animal park. There are interactive displays, daily shows, daily feeding sessions and enhanced walk-through habitats. Experience Koala Encounters, The Outback and Butterfly Tropics and a five metre Crocodile, lovingly named Rex.
Aquarium Pier, East side of Darling Harbour.
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