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Sydney Attractions

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Darling Harbour 4.0 stars
Harbour - #1 of 80
The playground in Darling Harbour covers a large area and I expected that there would be plenty for kids to do there. There was, but not as much as you would think. Most of the space was taken by steep hill-like structures. You’d better hold on ... [more ]
Sydney Opera House 4.0 stars
Opera, Theatre, Concert Hall - #2 of 80
I don’t remember exactly with whom was my first time I ever went to Sydney Opera House, either with the school friends or with my parents but whichever it was, I just loved it. When it was school trip, with the Aboriginal Studies classmates, we ... [more ]
The Rocks 4.0 stars
Quarter - #3 of 80
So, this is where it all began…… Before the European settlers gave the city a proper name, the city of Sydney was known simply as the rocks. I am not exactly sure where the name came from, but the stories behind this bicentenary neighbourhood are ... [more ]
Paddy's Market 4.0 stars
Market Place - #4 of 80
Paddy’s Markets in downtown Sydney are has everything from clothing, CDs, flowers, jewelry and sunglasses to fruit and fish. Located at Haymarket near Chinatown the markets are interesting for residents and tourists alike. Living in Sydney, I ... [more ]
Royal Botanic Gardens 4.0 stars
Botanical Garden - #5 of 80
The Royal Botanic Gardens is the largest botanical gardens open to the public in Sydney. There you can find vast and lush green, hundreds of plants and flowers, what is better, the park was built along the sea. Royal Botanic Garden is the ... [more ]
Queen Victoria Building 4.0 stars
Building - #6 of 80
The QVB is one of the ritziest places to go shopping in Sydney. All the most moderns clothes and oraments are held in the shops in this fantastic piece of architecture. I rarely buy anything, other than some sushi for lunch or a coffee, when I ... [more ]
Sydney Aquarium 4.0 stars
Zoo, Aquarium - #7 of 80
The open ocean room at Sydney´s Aquarium was an absolute feast to the eyes. I could not take my eyes off those wonderful sharks, it was such a nice experience to be able to look at them under water swimming freely. I was also enchanted by the sea ... [more ]
Chinese Gardens of Friendship 5.0 stars
Botanical Garden - #8 of 80
Chinese garden of friendship conveniently locates/near Darling harbor and China Town. Upon stepping into this exotic garden, you will find instantly Chinese cultual touch. Traditional pavilions, bridge and Jiangnan architecture, making it an nice ... [more ]
Circular Quay 4.0 stars
Harbour - #9 of 80
Circular Quay is the perfect place to take in the major Sydney icons - the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House. The wharf gives you access via ferry to many of Sydney's prettiest locations too. There are plenty of little cafes, but I'd skip them ... [more ]
Glebe Markets 4.0 stars
Market Place - #10 of 80
Every Saturday from 9.30am until 4pm the lawn adjacent to Glebe Public School fills with tents, stalls and thousands of curious people as the colorful Glebe Market takes place. Numerous sales booths and tables display second-hand products, ... [more ]
Kings Cross 3.0 stars
Quarter - #11 of 80
Kings Cross is something that is on most young traveller's to do lists in Sydney. But to be fair it is not all it cracked up to be. It's great if you want some late night, early morning dancing; superb if you are into an extremely alternatative ... [more ]
Powerhouse Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #12 of 80
The Powerhouse Museum is one of my favourite museums to visit. There is always something new and interesting, and also plenty of hands on displays. It's a bit hard to find without a good map, but once you get your bearings it is easy to get to ... [more ]
Australian National Maritime Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #13 of 80
One of my favourite spots to visit when I go to Sydney is the Australian National Maritime Museum at Darling Harbour. It is free entry to the museum and its exhibits. To tour ships (adult/kids/family): all the ships $30/$16/$65; Endeavour ... [more ]
Taronga Zoo 4.0 stars
Zoo, Aquarium - #14 of 80
Taronga Zoo is positioned on possibly the choicest piece of real estate in Sydney. Magnificent views across the whole harbour, makes this Zoo the best in the world in my opinion. Also a fantastic bird show, and all the usual cool animals. For ... [more ]
Australian Museum 4.0 stars
Museum, Gallery, Exhibition - #15 of 80
We started our visit from the top level, where the Australian fauna was represented. Along with photos, stuffed animals and information boards, we encountered some very alive fish, squid, turtles and even what looked like a baby crocodile. There ... [more ]
Sydney Tower 4.0 stars
Skyscraper - #16 of 80
This one of the safest buildings in the world dominates the city skyline of Sydney. Standing 323 meters above the Sydney Harbour sea level, the Sydney Tower has been made to withstand extreme weather conditions such as: earthquakes, strong winds ... [more ]
Sydney’s Monorail 4.0 stars
Train Station - #17 of 80
The monorail is a fantastic and comfortable way of travelling around Sydney and enjoying some truly nice views from it. You will find that most attractions will give you a discount if you purchase any of the Monorail Supervouchers. These are ... [more ]
Harbour Bridge Pylon Lookout 4.0 stars
Bridge - #18 of 80
I've lived in Sydney mosty of my life but it was only when I had a Ukranian mate visiting that I discovered this Lookout. I was thoroughly impressed. If you have the money I'd still recommend the full bridge climb, but as a cheaper alternative ... [more ]
Newtown 3.0 stars
Quarter - #19 of 80
Newtown is one of Sydney’s more independent and hip parts of town. Along King Street you will find a large number of small clothing stores with unusual styles on offer, second hand clothing, small coffee shops and bars, restaurants, and a large ... [more ]
Blue Mountains 4.0 stars
Mountain - #20 of 80
The Blue Mountains is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of Syndey. There are some fantastic little tea houses and shops along the main roads, here you are guaranteed to be able to some home cooking or pick up a present for an eccentric ... [more ]
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