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  1. La Perouse Museum

    La Perouse Museum is located on Kamay Botany Bay National Park’s northern headland. The museum is housed within the historic Cable Station building, once Australia’s only link to the rest of the world. The La Perouse...

  2. Playmaze Narellan

    Playmaze Narellan is a play centre where you can really let your kids go wild. Playmaze offers a range of activities where children can jump, crawl, climb and slide their way around. Parents can enjoy a full...

  3. 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...

  4. Lilian Fraser Garden

    Lilian Fraser and her family moved to Pennant Hills after her father Charles purchased the 'Hopetoun' poultry farm sometime between 1915 and 1920. Over the years, much of the original farm was sold off as residential...

  5. Shopping in The Rocks

    You'll find a blend of Sydney's best at The Rocks: traditional handicrafts with cutting edge design, a classic French patisserie, the oldest pub in the country, panoramic harbour views and narrow sandstone-paved...

  6. Howe Park

    Within Howe Park you'll find a two kilometre footpath meandering along The Terrace with the majestic Hawkesbury River on the other side. This pathway offers an easy, levelled walk (with prams or...

  7. Cronulla Beach

    Cronulla, in the Sutherland Shire on Sydney's southern coast, is the only Sydney beach that can be reached by train, meaning you can visit without the headache of finding a carpark. North Cronulla...

  8. Bonnie Doon Golf Course

    Founded in 1897, Bonnie Doon is considered one of Sydney's best golf courses. It is the city's third-oldest golf club and one of the oldest in Australia. Located only 15 minutes from the city and five minutes from...

  9. Parlour X

    Founded in 2001 by fashion buying pioneer, Eva Galambos, Parlour X has established itself as one of Australia’s leading multi-brand luxury fashion destinations. Renowned for its expertly curated selection of the most...

  10. Rosehill Gardens Racecourse

    Rosehill Gardens is the proud home of thoroughbred racing in Sydney's greater west, and is one of the top racecourses in Australia.Rosehill Gardens hosts the world’s richest race for two-year-olds, the AUD3...

  11. Sydney Philharmonia Choirs

    Formed in 1920, Sydney Philharmonia Choirs is Australia's leading choral organisation. They have a reputation both nationally and internationally for inspired mastery of grand symphonic choral works and regularly...

  12. Burrawang walk

    Like the Banks-Solander track, the Burrawang walk begins at the Kurnell Visitor Centre.This easy walk tells the story of the first meeting of European and Aboriginal culture. A soundscape, featuring Aboriginal...

  13. Wolli Creek Walking Track

    Wolli Creek walking track is a two kilometre section of the Two Valley trail, linking Campsie to Bexley North via a riverside trail that passes through Canterbury, Undercliffe and Bardwell Park. The park is a very...

  14. Papillon Riding Stables

    Papillon Riding Stables offer scenic escorted park rides in the Centennial Park. The ride begins at the Papillon Riding Stables and crosses Lang Road to Centennial Park, where you make a circuit of the Park,...

  15. Wild Ropes at Taronga Zoo

    Challenge yourself on Taronga's exciting new sky high adventure course, Wild Ropes, Sydney's ultimate aerial adventure. Just a short 12-minute ferry ride from Circular Quay, tackle obstacles, cross suspension bridges...

  16. Illoura Picnic Area

    Nestled on the banks of the beautiful Lane Cove River, Illoura picnic area is a great spot for a relaxing day out in Lane Cove National Park, near North Ryde. With plenty of space for family and friends, as well as...

  17. Heathcote National Park

    Visit Heathcote National Park at Waterfall, Sydney for self-sufficient bushwalking or camping. The park is easily accessed from Sydney CBD and Royal National Park, making for a great daytrip.Enjoy the rugged...

  18. Mawson Park

    Mawson Park is located on the corner of Queen and Cordeaux Streets in the central business district of Campbelltown. The park is named after Dr Mawson, brother of Sir Douglas Mawson of Antarctica fame...

  19. North Sydney Olympic Pool

    With amazing views of Sydney Harbour, the North Sydney Olympic Pool facilities include a 50-metre heated pool, gymnasium, sauna, spa, indoor 25-metre pool and cafe.The pool complex gives customers...

  20. The Beach Bible Garden

    The Bible Garden is a quiet, contemplative, garden made up of a series of gently descending, intimate grassed terraces that lead down to a viewing area providing spectacular views. The pond contributes to its...

  21. 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'...

  22. Couridjah Corridor Walk

    Couridjah Corridor walk is a 14 kilometre return walk that takes in both Thirlmere Lakes National Park and Nattai National Park. Great for hiking, bushwalking and birdwatching.See some of the best spots of...

  23. Yeramba Lagoon Loop Track

    When you’re visiting Georges River National Park, be sure to walk the Yeramba Lagoon loop track. This short walk takes you through some wonderful and diverse bushland, taking in grassy woodlands as well as saltwater...

  24. Tamarama Beach

    Tamarama Beach sits between two prominent headlands on the Bondi to Coogee Walk, with 80 metres of shoreline. It has great surfing condtions, but it is prone to strong currents. It is surrounded by parklands. There is...

  25. Riverside Walking Track

    The delightful Riverside walking track meanders through natural bushland and a string of picturesque picnic areas in Lane Cove National Park, just north of Sydney central business district. Enjoy a weekend getaway...

  26. Black Eye Gallery

    Black Eye - a gallery for contemporary photography, is committed to representing the photographic art form from established and emerging artists both in Australia and abroad. They also stock publications by Australia...

  27. Gallery 9

    A contemporary art gallery in Darlinghurst, Gallery 9 features a range of local and international artists. The Gallery's artists are recognised internationally, with works being featured in museums across Australia,...

  28. 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...

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Sydney Attractions

Sydney is home to some of Australia’s most iconic attractions. The Sydney Opera House is a thriving hub of art, culture and history. Nearby, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is arguably the most famous of all of Sydney’s architectural gems and becomes the centrepiece of Sydney’s world famous NYE fireworks display that lights up the night sky every year.

Famous for its entertainment scene, Sydney features a heady mix of world-class theatre, contemporary dance productions, festivals, and local and touring performance acts. Fans of musical theatre should head to the Capitol Theatre, a venue that’s retained the charm of the 1920’s. Now refurbished, the Capitol Theatre also features a great bar where you can get a drink before or after the show and is nearby to dozens of great restaurants in Chinatown and throughout the CBD.

Sydney is a playground for families, with something to cater to kids of all ages and plenty of things to do. The school holidays won’t feature a dull day as there are activities and all-day attractions, including Taronga Zoo and the Sydney Aquarium, that will keep the kids entertained.

Sydney’s picturesque beaches are another one of its main attractions. Thanks to Sydney’s temperate climate, the beautiful beaches of Sydney can be enjoyed year-round. A trip to Sydney isn’t complete until you’ve spent a day in the sun on the iconic sands of Bondi Beach or enjoyed the beachside charm of Manly, while the harbour beaches like RedLeaf Pool offer a calm-water alternative.

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