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  1. Migrant Heritage Walk

    Step out of your car and into the past. This short walk, perfect for walking with children and for visitors with ties to the local area, pulls you back through the fascinating history of Scheyville. Whether you make...

  2. Maximum Skating

    Maximum Skating is one of Sydney's premier rollerskating and rollersports destinations. It is great entertainment for all ages, catering for public skating sessions and birthday parties, as well as learn to skate and...

  3. Campbelltown Craft Society

    Situated in the historic Farrier's Arms Cottage, the Campbelltown Arts and Crafts Society is a local group who create magic with their creation of hand made products. Over 50 members strong, the society...

  4. Defiance Gallery

    A home to innovative newcomers and prominent Australian and international artists' works, Defiance Gallery showcases top contemporary paintings, works on paper and is one of the leading sculpture galleries in Sydney....

  5. Morgans Creek Picnic Area

    Morgans Creek picnic area is a popular place for boating, jet skiing, waterskiing, fishing and kayaking. Cook up a tasty feast on the barbecues when you’re done exploring.Morgans Creek picnic area is a...

  6. Kareela Golf Course

    Kareela Golf Course is an 18 hole public golf course located in the Sutherland Shire, in Sydney's southern suburbs. The course's tight, tree-lined fairways wind through a valley, offering a challenge for golfers of...

  7. MidCity Centre

    Like a personal stylist, MidCity Style Space provides all the tools for you to put together the perfect look. Take a walk through its four levels, including bold looks for men and women, fitness solutions to get that...

  8. Picton Railway Viaduct

    Viewed from the surrounding parkland, the Railway Viaduct over Stonequarry Creek is a picturesque site located at the end of Webster Street, Picton, which also has some historic old houses. It was...

  9. AMAZE - The Michael Crouch Gallery

    The State Library launched is first new gallery since 1929! AMAZE: The Michael Crouch Gallery is an exciting space of changing objects with fascinating back stories. Ned Kelly 'Wanted' poster, James Cook's hand-drawn...

  10. The Coast Golf Course

    The Coast Golf Club and course is situated approximately 12 kilometres south of Sydney along Anzac Parade, and eight kilometres east of the airport.Situated along the rugged Southern Sydney...

  11. Wallumatta Nature Reserve

    A short drive from Sydney central business district, the unique open forests of Wallumatta Nature Reserve offer a quick nature getaway with bushwalking and birdwatching, near Ryde.For a quick nature getaway...

  12. Shakespeares Point

    Shakespeares Point in Nielsen Park is a perfect outdoor location to highlight the best of Sydney’s urban and natural charms. Located in the southern reaches of Sydney Harbour National Park, just east of Shark Beach,...

  13. Cadmans Cottage

    Built in 1816, Cadmans Cottage is one of only a handful of Sydney buildings that remain from the first 30 years of the colony. Over the years this sandstone cottage has been a water transport headquarters, a sailors'...

  14. Footage

    Footage offers a range of clothing, footwear and accessories for both men and women. Emphasising on heritage brands, the Darlinghurst boutique features a wide variety of both local and international labels, including...

  15. The Rocks Discovery Museum

    The Rocks Discovery Museum, housed in a restored 1850s sandstone warehouse, tells the story of The Rocks from pre-European days to the present. Home to a unique collection of images and...

  16. Muogamarra Nature Reserve

    Located in the northern outskirts of Sydney, Muogamarra Nature Reserve is an extraordinary place, and it’s easy to see why. It's open around spring time for just six weekends a year to preserve the fragile ecosystems...

  17. TreeTop Adventure Park Sydney

    Treetop Adventure Park is a recreation activity in the tree tops, where participants slide down flying foxes, move from tree to tree on suspension bridges and enjoy many other exciting activities up to 15 metres above...

  18. Oak Park Beach Cronulla

    Oak Park Beach and the rock pool are located on the Cronulla Esplanade. There is a large grassy area, seating and playground, so the perfect place for families.Though unpatrolled by lifeguards, it is a...

  19. Bondi Beach

    Bondi Beach is Australia's most famous beach. Bondi's mixture of lifestyles would suit most visitors, whether you're drawn to the fashionable northern end or the surf-crazy south. You'll find that Bondi is one of the...

  20. Mermaids Pools

    Mermaids Pools has limited signage, and no mobile phone range. Please take water and food, and wear suitable footwear.Mermaids Pools is a short walk along Bargo River beginning at Rockford Road...

  21. Antill Park Country Golf Club

    Enjoy this beautiful par 70 golf course, relax in the original 1863 homestead of John Macquarie Antill, and enjoy a drink at the bar or lunch in the bistro. Facilities include a pro shop and motorised covered golf...

  22. Korean Cultural Office

    Located opposite Hyde Park, the Korean Cultural Office (KCO) opened to encourage cultural exchange between Australia and Korea. Visit the KCO to attend Traditional Crafts and Digital Media Gallery...

  23. Chinamans Beach

    This 250 metre stretch of sand is at the northern perimeter of Mosman, one of Sydney’s most genteel residential enclaves. Chinaman’s Beach is well inside Middle Harbour so there’s nary a wave to be seen, making it a...

  24. The Latin Store

    Get a touch of Latin America in the heart of Sydney's central business district. Sourcing products from Chile, Peru, Argentina, Ecuador and Mexico, The Latin Store offers colourful ponchos, cosy Alpaca wool garments...

  25. Carss Cottage Museum

    Carss Cottage is a sandstone cottage built in 1865 for William Carss and family. It is the oldest building still standing in the Kogarah area and houses a Museum focusing on local history, run by Kogarah Historical...

  26. Chang Lai Yuan Chinese Gardens

    Located within Nurragingy Reserve, Doonside, this exquisite garden was cooperatively designed and constructed by Blacktown City Council and Liaocheng Municipal Government in China, as a symbolic gesture of friendship...

  27. Cooee Art Gallery Paddington

    Cooee is Australia's oldest continuing Aboriginal art gallery and has been actively promoting Indigenous Art throughout Australia and overseas since 1981.They have two locations, one in Paddington and one at...

  28. Sports Centre NSW Hall of Champions

    As the birthplace of modern Australia, New South Wales has provided the nation with many ‘firsts’, and laid the foundations for great sporting traditions – cricket, rugby league, rowing, horse racing and swimming, to...

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In a city of its size, history and reputation, you’ll discover a seemingly endless list of sites to see and things to do in Sydney. The first stop on many sightseeing itineraries is Sydney Harbour. This area is home to some of Sydney’s most famous icons, including the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Cruising on a Sydney Ferry is a great way to take in the sights of sounds of Sydney Harbour, with convenient stops located at Luna Park and Taronga Zoo as well.

Visit Sydney’s beautiful sandy beaches to experience some of the city’s best assets for yourself. Bondi Beach is popular among tourists and locals alike. Manly Beach, on the other hand, is a popular alternative for its laid-back atmosphere and excellent surfing opportunities.

Experience Sydney like a local by visiting a market or two. Whether they’re a weekend ritual or a once-a-year affair, Sydney’s markets often deliver if you know where to look. For fresh produce and gourmet goodies, it’s hard to go past The Rocks Foodies Markets. As far as size is concerned, however, Paddy’s Markets beats them all. Paddy’s is great for finding affordable souvenirs, clothing, novelty items, toys and more. After more than 150 years of operation, these markets have become a Sydney institution.