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Sydney, with a population of almost 4 million, and covering almost 1120 square kilometres (700 square miles), is a remarkably easy city to move around in. An excellent train, bus and ferry service covers all points of the greater metropolitan area.

Roadways, although congested in peak hour times, are generally well planned and driving is not too harrowing an experience. Unless visitors to Sydney are specifically seeking out friends in outlying areas, most will have no real need to travel too far away from the central city area and the harbour. Most Sydney tourist attractions are either within the central business district, close to the centre, or at points around the harbour.

The exceptions are Bondi and Manly – surf beach suburbs situated south and north of Sydney Heads. Most of the main tourist sights – such as the Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, Opera House, Hyde Park Barracks Museum, Darling Harbour, The Rocks, and the Royal Botanic Gardens – lie on the perimeter surrounding the central business district and are within easy walking distance over a period of several days.

Other attractions, such as the Centerpoint Tower, Queen Victoria Building and dozens of historical buildings are within the CBD.

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SIGHTSEEING

Sydney Aquarium– Over 11,500 animals, including the delightful platypus and the cuddly Fairy Penguins. Walk beneath the ocean surrounded by an extensive collection of shards and see the largest Great Barrier Reef display in the world! See the new Seal sanctuary. It is advised to allow approximately 2 hours to see all the exhibits. Open 9am to 10pm daily.

Monorail – Get a bird’s eye view of Darling Harbour, Chinatown and the City. Enjoy unlimited rides all day on the Monorail for the best way to travel between attractions or jump on and enjoy the trip. Stops at Darling Park (Darling Harbour); Harbourside; Convention Centre; Powerhouse Museum; World Square; Galleries Victoria; City Centre (Pitt Street)

Sydney Skywalk: Step Out To The Edge With Skywalk! Skywalk is a unique high-altitude adventure on top of Sydney Tower. At 268m (879 ft) above Sydney, Skywalk takes you on an exhilarating outdoor walk at the roof of the city, double the height of Sydney Harbor Bridge. Dressed in protective clothing and safety-harnessed to external walkways, Skywalk guests experience a buzz unmatched by any other Sydney attraction. .

 

CAPTAIN COOK CRUISES ~ HARBOUR CRUISES.

1230 Lunch Cruise / Top Deck Lunch Cruise / pm Sunset Cruise / 7pm Gold Dining

Blue Mountains Full Day Tour: Tours the magnificent Blue Mountains National Park with a visit is also made to the Wildlife Park to see Australian animals, learn to through a boomerang, listen to Aboriginal legends, have an optional guided walk, view the Three sisters, Jamison and Megalong valleys, visit the Edge cinema.

Jenolan Caves Blue Mountains: Touring as above but includes a visit to the famous limestone caves. Excludes Wildlife Park.

Full day Hunter Valley Tour: Explore the wine growing area called the Hunter Valley & visits 3 wineries.

Port Stephens:
Only 2.5 hours north of Sydney, Port Stephens is truly a Blue Water Paradise:Dolphin Watch & Whale Watching, Sunset Cruise, Deep Sea Fishing, Diving Scuba & Snorkeling, Sand Dunes Adventures are only few of the activities that Port Stephens has to offer

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