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  1. North Head

    The heath-covered clifftops at North Head reveal unending ocean views and a spectacular panorama of the harbour and Sydney skyline. Situated on the northern-most edge of the harbour within sight of Hornby Lighthouse...

  2. 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 all...

  3. Pine Street Gallery

    Focusing on the local arts, the Pine Street Creative Arts Centre is an inner-city gallery and teaching space steps from the city centre. The Chippendale art space emphasizes innovative and progressive arts and...

  4. Sydney Airport Shopping

    Discover more than 400 brands and over 28,000 products at Sydney Airport’s newly transformed duty free precinct at the T1 International terminal. Before you jet off, shop an exclusive selection of local and...

  5. Sydney Harbour National Park

    Sydney Harbour National Park protects islands and foreshore around Sydney Harbour. Explore Sydney's history on a school excursion or guided tour to enjoy coastal walks, picnics and swimming.Sydney Harbour...

  6. Bradleys Head Amphitheatre

    Bradleys Head Amphitheatre is an exceptionally popular lookout in Sydney Harbour National Park. Photographers flock to the site to capture its breathtaking views of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge...

  7. Nicholson Museum

    Australia's first University Museum, and the largest public collection of archaeological artefacts in the country, featuring objects from ancient Egypt, Greece, Italy, Cyprus, the Middle East and northern Europe;...

  8. The Federation Cliff Walk

    The Federation Cliff Walk is a five kilometre clifftop walk with postcard views out to the Pacific Ocean from Dover Heights to Watsons Bay.The sandstone cliffs that guard the approaches to Sydney...

  9. Above the Clouds Store

    Streetwear and sneaker boutique stocking premium labels from around the world.Labels include: ASICS, Butter Goods, Champion, Diadora, Garrett Leight, Grand Scheme, Hypebeast Magazine, ICNY Sport,...

  10. Crosslands Reserve

    'Crosslands Reserve' has been maintained by Hornsby Shire Council since 1921. In 1987 the reserve was incorporated into Berowra Valley Bushland Park, forming 38 square kilometres of bushland, stretching from Pennant...

  11. Route 66

    A demand for bespoke & rare clothing encouraged the Route 66 team to create their own line of classic clothing, drawing from vintage style & designs. Their ethos: stay true to timeless garments from a bygone era and...

  12. Casula Powerhouse

    Casula Powerhouse is a multi-disciplinary arts centre located on the banks of the Georges River. The centre has a 326 seat theatre, performance space, seven exhibition spaces and artist residencies....

  13. Sculpture Garden Campbelltown

    The Sculpture Garden is in the grounds of the Campbelltown Arts Centre. It is a large outdoor sculpture and manicured park area featuring a range of permanent and changing exhibitions. Experience the unique sculptures...

  14. Jason Moss Jewellery Studio

    Silversmith Jason Moss produces limited edition and one-off bespoke jewellery in his studio, established in 1999, located in the fashion design precinct of Darlinghurst, Sydney. Working primarily with silver...

  15. 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...

  16. Sydney Harbour Circle Walk

    Sydney Harbour is one of the great harbours of the world. This 26 kilometre circle walk and over 45 kilometres of optional loops explores west of the Harbour Bridge to Hunters Hill. It is a truly magnificent walk...

  17. Cobblers Beach

    For a mini-holiday without leaving town, Cobblers Beach is a picturesque cove, ideal for swimming and picnicking; great for taking time out from a hectic city schedule. Nestled in bushland on the northern edge of...

  18. Quibray Bay viewing platform

    Nestled within Towra Point Nature Reserve near Kurnell, Quibray Bay viewing platform offers magnificent views of maintained, fragile ecosystems without disturbing the surrounding plants and animals.The short...

  19. Melewah Jewellery

    Established in 1983 by Mr Stanley Ma, Melewah Jewellery combines finite craftsmanship with a passion for perfection. Jewellers and watchmakers are in store daily for all your servicing needs, which are conducted on...

  20. History House

    The beautiful History House is the home of the Royal Australian Historical Society. The Society holds regular seminars and events, which are open to non-members, as is the library The Library holds the...

  21. Manly Arts and Crafts Market

    Unique handmade arts and crafts are a highlight with many works inspired by the local landscape, culture and lifestyle. Jewellery, paintings, photography, sculptures, homemade body care products and souvenirs can all...

  22. Museum of Human Disease

    The Museum of Human Disease, at the University of New South Wales, is Australia's only publicly accessible medical pathology collection.Home to more than 2,000 specimens of diseased human tissue,...

  23. 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...

  24. Giulians Fine Jewellery

    Giulians has been passionately creating jewellery and building a fine collection of gems since 1966. Visitors to the store in Sydney are invited to view a stunning collection of Australian opals, pearls from the...

  25. Lynwood Country Club

    Lynwood Country Club is situated at Pitt Town which is one of the five historic towns established by Governor Macquarie in 1810. It's located about 50 kilometres north west of Sydney. Lynwood takes its name...

  26. Female Orphan School

    The Female Orphan School (1813) on the Parramatta Campus of Western Sydney University is one of the most significant heritage sites in New South Wales. Now fully restored as a public exhibition space and home for the...

  27. Paddington Markets

    Paddington Markets is a community based market supporting local people passionate about their craft and the local community.When you visit and buy a product from Paddington Markets you not only support local...

  28. Sydney Opera House

    Experience Sydney Opera House - one of the world's most creative and busiest performing arts centres and greatest triumphs of modern architecture. Come and spend a day at the World Heritage site and you will...

  29. Capitol Theatre

    Sydney's beautiful historic Capitol Theatre is host to world class musicals, theatre, ballet, concerts and performers.Don't just go for the show, visit the Capitol Theatre for a great and total night out!...

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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.