Opera House

Sydney Opera House is located at Circular Quay where the famous performances are held within these four main venues: the Concert Hall, the Opera Theatre, the Drama Theatre and the Playhouse.

Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most well known and photographed landmarks.  It is the world's largest (but not the longest) steel arch bridge with the top of the bridge standing 134 metres above the harbour.

Climbing the Bridge

BridgeClimb, one of the 'must dos' while on a trip to Sydney, started in 1998 and attracts tourists and locals alike to climb the monument. After climbing through catwalks and up ladders and stairs, the view is absolutely breathtaking. There are day, twilight and night climbs and a group of twelve will leave for a climb every ten minutes. The safety precautions taken include a blood alcohol reading and a Climb Simulator, which shows Climbers the climbing conditions that might be experienced on the Bridge.

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The Rocks

The Rocks is traditionally the home of the Aboriginal Cadigal people, the rocky sandstone ledge and also the place where mariners of the First Fleet stepped ashore on 26 January 1788 and British settlement of Australia was first established.

Today it is Sydney's historic old town quarter, nestled between the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Great shopping, some of Sydney's finest food and magical harbour views make The Rocks a unique destination not to be missed.

Royal Botanic Garden

The Royal Botanic Gardens is an oasis of 30 hectares in the heart of the city, wrapped around by Farm Cove at the edge of Sydney Harbour. Established in 1816, the oldest scientific institution in the country and home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas.

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Sydney Aquarium

Sydney Aquarium is Australia's number 1 Attraction. It is a must-see, and one of the best things to do in Sydney. Walk under water and explore Australia's rich and diverse aquatic life and habitats. A trip to Sydney Aquarium is fantastic fun for kids, family and friends.

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Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo inspires Australian and the visitors to discover, explore, delight in and protect our natural world.

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Sky Walk

Dare to step out over the edge!

Skywalk is Sydney's newest and highest open air attraction. Enjoy 360-degree open air views of Sydney Australia from the roof of Sydney Tower, a breathtaking 260 metres above Sydney.

Harnessed onto a moving, glass-floored viewing platform that extends out over the edge of the golden turret of Sydney Tower, you can view Sydney (including the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour, and the Blue Mountains) beneath your feet from a whole new perspective.

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