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Opera House
“This is an iconic place for a drink and food in the afternoon - beautiful view of the Sydney harbour - opera house and bridge, outdoor drinks at its best”
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“You can walk around and enjoy the parks layout, sculptures, water features or visit the Memorial Barracks Museum. ”
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Volleyball Court
“No visit to sydney is complete without a ferry ride in the harbour. Take the ferry to manly follow the crowds down the Corso and then take a right to walk to shelly beach. Great cafe on way and at Shelly. You can walk further up the hill and around north head by quarantine station. Manly has plenty of bars cafes shops. Worthy of a days outing ”
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Flea Market
“Saturday its a growers market. Go for a snack and chai or pick up your fruit, veg and a fresh bouquet. Sunday its a flea market with offering from local vendors and craftspeople. It's heaven.”
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“Bronte is just over a kilometre’s walk south of Bondi. The beach itself faces east and picks up swell from any direction. An ocean-fed lap pool tucked in beneath the south headland provides one of Sydney’s finest saltwater swim experiences (free entry).”
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Theme Park
“Bring out your inner child by visiting Sydneys famous Luna park Sydney at 1 Olympic Dr. Milsons point. An amusement Park. The park was constructed at the foot of the Sydney Harbour Bridge during 1935, and ran for nine month seasons until 1972, after a few mishaps Luna Park reopened in 2004 and has continued operating since. Luna Park is one of the two amusement parks in the world that are protected by government legislation: several of teh buildings on the site are also listed on the Register of the National Estate and teh NSW State Heritage Register. The park has been utilised as a filming location for several movies and televisions shows. ”
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“Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Sydney Fish Market, an authentic, working fish market located on the harbour in Blackwattle Bay, Pyrmont - just a short distance from downtown Sydney. Sydney Fish Market is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere featuring a range of seafood and fresh produce retailers, cafés and restaurants, a wholesale auction, working wharf and Sydney Seafood School. Seafood lovers will be spoilt for choice with six wet fish retailers offering an array of fresh seafood from Aussie favourites like Prawns, Oysters, Rocklobster and Barramundi to harder-to-find delicacies such as Sea Urchin, Marron, Spanner Crab and Scampi. With well over 100 species available every day, there is always something new for enthusiastic cooks to discover. The onsite food service offering is equally impressive with a range of cafes and restaurants offering seafood-centric snacks and meals including fish and chips, sashimi, traditional Cantonese Yum Cha and the world famous ‘Sushi Donuts’. At many of the retailers you can even select your own whole fish, fillets or live seafood from the retail display and tanks, then have it cooked to order. Once you have selected your lunch you can enjoy it on our harbourside boardwalk with views of Blackwattle Bay and the Anzac Bridge. The seafood offering at Sydney Fish Market is complemented by a range of specialist retailers including a butcher, greengrocer, bakery, deli, gift store and more making it a one-stop destination for premium produce. For those wanting to further immerse themselves in our seafood culture, check out our tour and Sydney Seafood School offerings. Sydney Fish Market’s retailers are open every day of the year (except Christmas Day) from 7am until 4pm.”
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“Stunning ocean pool, go here for a quick dip or to do some lengths. There's also a gym and a sauna.”
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“The atmosphere is this park is great with families, pets, exercising, yachts and restaurants.”
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“One of the most iconic walks in Sydney. There are a thousand and one things to do on this walk. I would highly recommend eating at the local cafes in Bronte on this walk, as they are less busy than Bondi. If you want to stop in for a drink, I would recommend Bondi Hotel!”
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Ítalskur veitingastaður
“Are you celebrating. Bondi's iconic icebergs serves great food and cocktails with an unbeatable view.”
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“Free to visit, the gallery is own by an Australian billionaire, it is the biggest private contemporary Chinese art collection in the Southern Hemisphere. Located in a very hip neighbourhood. Combine your visit with dinner or lunch at Spice Alley. ”
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“Best bakery in Sydney with lines out the door and around the corner. Located next to the all new tram stop Surry hills. I love the coffee here as well as their sourdough and two lemon meringue tarts are to die for”
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“The Australian Museum is the oldest museum in Australia, with an international reputation in the fields of natural history and anthropology. ”
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“A beautiful clean beach, perfect brunch spot or for a run along the Esplanade!”
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“Queen Victoria Building Sydney, NSW, 2000, AU   124 local hosts recommend   QVB is iconic place in Sydney and its must see.”
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