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Sightseeing in Sydney

Sydney has plenty of sights. Of course you'll have to visit the famous Sydney Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. The museums and the art galleries will keep you occupied for a few days as well.

Sydney Sightseeing
Art Gallery of New South Wales.

The Art Gallery is only a short walk from the city centre. Entry to the gallery is free, though an entry fee may be charged for some of the temporary exhibitions. For a good introduction to the gallery, join one of the free tours - check at the information desk on the entry level for details.

Australian Museum.

The Australian Museum is rated as one of the six best natural history museums in the world. Experience the exhibitions covering Aboriginal Australia, rituals of the human life cycle, mammals and a host of curious and interesting items. Open daily 9:30-5pm.

Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Sydney is well known for its marvelous bridge that is uses by every citizen whether by foot, by car or by bike. You can even climb a part of it. It offers some fantastic views and is not strenuous. The hardest part is a climb up 100 steps of an inclined ladder. If you have a fear of heights, stay away. Otherwise, get ready for a great trip.

The bridge is one if not the only one you can climb and really worth the 3 hours required. On a clear day or night you can see the Blue Mountains 80kms away, all around Sydney from both sides of the climb plus a great view of the Harbour and Opera house. You will have photos of your group and self to remember the visit available on your return to the bottom. It's fantastic!

Harris Street Motor Museum.

Come for a trip down memory lane in Sydney 's Harris Street Motor Museum at Darling Harbour. With up to 175 cars from 1899 to today! Displays create a fabulous museum experience for people of all ages. The Motor Museum, a two minute walk from Darling Harbour, is in the secure Parking Harris Street car park. Open from Wed- Sun (daily during school holidays).

Darling Harbour.

On the western side, you can visit this leisure park and the shopping centre. Although you might expect it to sail off any second because of the white-sail like roofs. Bennalong Point was one of the first landing points in the harbour. Darling Harbour was originally old wharfs that have been transformed into great eating and shopping and the sight of Sydney Exhibition Centre. The Sydney Aquirium is situated here as is the maritime Museum, Imax theatre and Chinese gardens as China Town is off on the lower end of Darling harbour.


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