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  1. Leo Monk Handbags

    Ever wanted to own an exclusive, one off, authentic leather handbag or leather sandals but could never afford it? Handmade leather handbags and custom made ladies leather sandals with an affordable price tag can be...

  2. Bare Island Fort

    Captain Cook first spotted the area now known as Bare Island in 1770, and referred to it in his journal as 'a small bare island'. The fort was built in the early 1880s to protect Sydney’s back door. It was in...

  3. King Street Wharf

    King Street Wharf is a sophisticated waterfront restaurant and tourist precinct which includes exciting international food and beverage offerings as well as arts and cultural events for the public. All premises have...

  4. 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...

  5. Bents Basin Road picnic area

    Like the sound of a picnic by the water’s edge? Pack up the family and head to Bents Basin Road picnic area for the day.Get the barbecue going and relax at a picnic table while absorbing the water views and...

  6. Action Stations

    Action Stations offers a new and exciting way to experience and discover over 100 years of history of the Royal Australian Navy.Join the action and feel what it is like to be on board a warship...

  7. Gunjulla Flat Picnic Area

    This is a beautiful spot for a quick bite to eat or a stretch of the legs before exploring Australia’s oldest national park, near Waterfall. Gunjulla Flat picnic area, on the western edge of Royal National Park, is a...

  8. Roughley House and The Pines

    Roughley House is a colonial heritage listed homestead established in 1856. Unlike other museums, Roughley House denotes the changing lifestyle of one family over five generations, each generation leaving their own...

  9. Salvation Loop Trail

    A delightful, easy walking track through unique hanging swamps off West Head Road in the middle of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, Salvation loop trail offers a perfect outing for the family and a brilliant walk for...

  10. 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...

  11. Nielsen Park

    Sydney serves up some of its best outdoor offerings at Nielsen Park, located at Vaucluse in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Blessed with the glistening Shark Beach and glorious harbour views, Nielsen Park is one of Sydney’s...

  12. Susannah Place Museum

    Built in 1844, Susannah Place Museum is a terrace of four houses that incorporates a recreated 1915 corner store. Rare in the city of Sydney, it has a continuous history of domestic occupancy by working class families...

  13. Oxford Art Factory

    Inspired by Andy Warhol's 1960s New York Factory, the Oxford Art Factory is an edgy, warehouse-like venue with multiple, flexible performance areas. Visual art, performance art and live music...

  14. Great River Walk Penrith

    Over the past five years Penrith City Council has created almost eight kilometres of walking track along the Nepean River. Known as the "Great River Walk", it features spectacular views of the beautiful river set...

  15. Skyfire Studio Art Gallery Tour

    Skyfire Studio - contemporary art gallery, work space, and home of an underground supper club nestled within Leichhardt's Italian Forum - is running a guided gallery tour-by-bus focused on the Inner West area. Skyfire...

  16. Sydney Olympic Park

    Sydney Olympic Park features mangrove boardwalks and bird watching, a children's water playground at the Aquatic Centre, as well as tennis, mini golf, volleyball and hockey at the Olympic Sports Centre....

  17. Manly scenic walkway

    What’s the prettiest way to get to Manly? Some say catching the Manly ferry, but those in the know will tell you otherwise – it’s the Manly scenic walkway.Beginning at Mosman’s Spit Bridge, this classic walk...

  18. Tessarella House

    It's all about sparkles adorning earlobes, necklines, wrists and shoe queens.Tessarella House, located in Paddington, is the store of sisters Anna and Contessa.Inside their...

  19. North Head Sanctuary

    Right in Manly's backyard is North Head Sanctuary - Sydney's secret getaway.There are over 10 kilometres of easy walking tracks to explore. Start at Shelley Beach and walk through virtually...

  20. Sydney Flower Market

    Sydney Flower Market is Australia's largest flower market for fresh cut flowers. The diverse group of growers at the Sydney Flower Market primarily supply florists in the Sydney area, regional NSW and the ACT, but the...

  21. Artspace Sydney

    Artspace is where audiences meet the artists and the ideas of these times.Artspace was established in 1983 as an artist-run contemporary art space dedicated to the presentation of contemporary and...

  22. Military Road

    With harbour views in the distance and pretty streets lined with glamorous homes, Mosman is a stylish shopping destination. Military Road and surrounding streets have plenty for the keen shopper from fashion and...

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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.