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  1. Rouse Hill Town Centre

    Located in Rouse Hill, Rouse Hill Town Centre is the heart of a residential and retail development in Sydney's North West.What makes Rouse Hill Town Centre so different? Well, as the name suggests,...

  2. Dominik Mersch Gallery

    Dominik Mersch Gallery focuses on exhibiting significant artists from Europe, Asia and emerging, mid-career and senior Australian artists. In addition to hosting exhibitions, the gallery programme...

  3. Ariel Books

    Established in 1985, Ariel specialise in books on Art and Design, Architecture, Interiors and everything in between.Ariel Books are not all about the coffee-table times, though. There's a wealth of...

  4. 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...

  5. Reads of Woollahra

    Reads of Woollahra women's fashion store was established in 1976 in one of Sydney's most beautiful shopping villages, Woollahra. Reads stocks womens designer dresses and fashion. They are stockists...

  6. Girrahween Picnic Area

    Enjoy a barbecue and laze under the trees at Girahween picnic area in Wolli Creek and leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind.You just wouldn’t know you were in the midst of a major city at Girrahween...

  7. Argyle Gallery

    Argyle Gallery at The Rocks in Sydney presents a collection of all Australian and Aboriginal art and fine crafts. All works are sourced directly from artists and Aboriginal communities. Argyle Gallery also carries a...

  8. Gledswood Homestead and Winery

    Gledswood Homestead and Winery, circa 1810, is an historic property set on 113 acres. The convict built sandstone homestead is surrounded by sweeping lawns and gardens. Visitors can explore the historic homestead,...

  9. Grotto Point Lighthouse

    If you’ve ever dreamed of the life of a lighthouse-keeper, why not visit the historic Grotto Point Lighthouse and imagine what it’s been like to live and work there? This active beacon, located on a rocky headland...

  10. Capitol Square

    Capitol Square is a unique combination of business, retailing, hospitality,restaurant, recreation and special functions facilities. The project was developed by the principal investor, First Scope Development Pty...

  11. Adora Healthy Living

    Adora Healthy Living is a fresh and cosy health food store designed for those who like to lead a healthy life.The product range is a large selection of mainly organic food items, gluten free...

  12. Leacock Picnic Area

    The picnic area at Leacock Regional Park, just off the Hume Highway near Casula, is a great rest stop on a long drive or for a picnic with your dog in toe.The dog-friendly Leacock picnic area is at the...

  13. Mary MacKillop Place Museum

    Since opening in 1995, the Museum has been engaging visitors with the remarkable story of Mary MacKillop [1842-1909], Australia's first saint. Mary's extraordinary work comes to life where innovative technology takes...

  14. Silver Beach

    Silver Beach is a stretch of beach on the Kurnell peninsula fronting Botany Bay. The public baths are netted in Summer months.Silver Beach is off leash 24 hours a day between the third and fourth...

  15. Villa Thalgo

    A world class hydrotherapy spa featuring the superb Thalgo Cosmetic range of beauty and health products. Villa Thalgo is a day spa in total harmony with nature.Villa Thalgo boasts eight treatment...

  16. Camden Park House

    The building and design of Camden Park House began in 1832 and was completed in 1835, a year after John Macarthur's death. Architect, John Verge, designed the mansion in Palladian style with a central two-storey block...

  17. Scheyville Camp Precinct

    Throughout the 20th century, the buildings and public spaces of Scheyville played host to many different people, groups and projects: a socialist labour settlement; the Dreadnought Trust’s training scheme for young...

  18. Anania Jewellers

    Anania Jewellers is a jewellery studio in Sydney, creating handcrafted engagement rings and bespoke jewellery. They specialise in wedding and engagement, although they also offer many other jewellery pieces, as well...

  19. Maccallum Pool

    Maccallum Pool, on the western side of Cremorne Point, is a unique harbourside pool with heritage character and superb views. Its waterside timber deck is an unparalleled sun bathing spot - especially on winter...

  20. Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

    Offering visitors to Sydney an opportunity to join in and do what the locals do - the Bondi to Coogee Walk is a popular coastal walk offering beautiful coastline vistas, cosy beaches and cafe strips for refuelling. ...

  21. Nepean Naval Museum

    Local collection of Naval forces memorabilia is showcased by the Nepean Naval Museum.The Nepean Naval Museum opened in 2014 and is the area's first museum dedicated to the naval forces. The Museum...

  22. St Johns Cathedral

    St. John's Anglican Cathedral is a rather unusual church with twin spires. The site on which the church stands has been used continuously for a house-of-worship since 1803. The foundation stone of the first church...

  23. Shark Island

    Do you like the sound of an island getaway but don’t have time to jump on a plane? Just book a trip through one of our licensed transport operators, head to Darling Harbour or Circular Quay, and before you know it,...

  24. Mega Mini Golf

    Come and enjoy Mega Mini Golf's American style themed indoor mini golf centre and experience Under the Sea , Pharaoh's Tomb, and the Wild West all in the one 18 hole course. Indoor and air-conditioned venue. The...

  25. Sydney Theatre Company

    Sydney Theatre Company (STC) has been a major force in Australian drama since its establishment in 1978. The company presents an annual season of diverse productions at its own venues at The Wharf, the nearby Sydney...

  26. Randwick Golf

    Randwick Golf Course is a 3,545 metre par 59 links style course overlooking the picturesque Pacific Ocean. The course is an easy walk and a round will take four hours to play. The course is open to the public all day...

  27. Sydney Tramway Museum

    Sydney Tramway Museum provides a nostalgic and educational insight into the lifestyle of Sydneysiders during the 100 year period of tramway operation from 1861 to 1961, with trams running, plus restoration works-in...

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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.