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  • linnman
    singapore278 contributions
    This was the second time I visited the Opera House and continued to be amazed by the architecture whether looking at it near or far. I continued to be amazed by the dining crowd below the Opera House. I think a visit to Sydney is not complete without a stop at this iconic place.
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Mairwen1
    United Kingdom6,324 contributions
    Walking across the Sydney Harbour Bridge is free and very easy to do. Obviously the bridge climb is the more glamorous option but if budget or time or vertigo does not allow, then walking is another option.
    You can start from either end and the walk is only 20 - 25 minutes. Starting at the historic Rocks end, you will finish in Kirribilli where you can catch a ferry or train back pretty close to where you started at Circular Quay.
    The pedestrian path is on the eastern side of the bridge. This is the same side that overlooks Circular Quay and the Opera House but (and its a big but) the views are severely impeded by the tall mesh safety barrier topped with barbed wire. It’s difficult to take a clear photo.
    It is also worth noting that you are walking alongside the traffic. High metal barriers protect you so it’s perfectly safe but obviously there’s a lot of traffic and it’s less pleasant than you’d think.
    The south-east pylon near the Rocks side is open to the public. Halfway up, it has a small museum (free) and a 360 degree observation or lookout deck on top ($19).
    Overall, the pylon is excellent but walking across the bridge is probably a tick-the-box exercise if you want to say that you’ve done it.
    Written April 27, 2022
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  • Jill B
    Sydney, Australia92 contributions
    Great gardens to wonder around, just a small stroll from the centre of the city or you can enter from the gates at the opera house, well maintained gardens and plenty of walkways to enjoy. coffee shop in the centre for a little rest
    Written May 10, 2022
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  • TeamBrad
    Santa Fe, NM48 contributions
    Everyone knows the Sydney Harbor Bridge. I would suggest doing the bridge climb as well as the Pylon Museum.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • travelbug
    Toronto, Canada68 contributions
    Beautiful and large beach that is only a short walk from the ferry. The town is filled with cute stores, cafes and restaurants making for a great day trip. The ferry ride from circular quay is about 20 minutes but is scenic and enjoyable. Definitely a must-visit when in Sydney.
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Helen W
    Wagga Wagga, Australia99 contributions
    Family friendly, great food outlets, lovely gardens and architecture. Easy to get to by train or walking
    Written May 11, 2022
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  • TeamBrad
    Santa Fe, NM48 contributions
    Always lovely to travel by ferry. And easy too...Just a tap of your credit card, on and off. Definitely part of visiting Sydney!
    Written May 7, 2022
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  • Ron B
    Brisbane, Australia6 contributions
    Our visit to this most impressive and expansive garden was made so much more interesting and enjoyable because of the wealth of knowledge our delightful guide from the Friendship Garden, Carolyn, provided on the complimentary tour.
    Written January 9, 2021
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  • linnman
    singapore278 contributions
    My second time as a tourist visiting The Rocks. The place is charming and full of history so a visit to The Rocks Discovery Museum is a must. Walk through the little nooks and corners of the old buildings. Lots of dining and drinking places here. Unfortunately, my favourite place here - the weekend Rocks Market was a disappointment this time. In my previous visit in 2019 just before Covid19 struck, the market was full of local craftsmen with their beautiful and unique creations for sale. This time, the market was a ghost of its old self. The stuff on sale were nothing unique nor interesting; most of the stuff you can get at shops in the city. I also saw that some of the space had already been converted to al fresco dining for the eateries along the stretch. Maybe the 2-year Covid epidemic affected the livelihoods of these independent craftsmen wth few tourists visiting and buying. For this reason, I can no longer rate this place as excellent. I hope that they will be back soon and give The Rocks Market the vibrancy that it now lacks.
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Mike103
    Rochdale, UK151 contributions
    Well what can I say about Bondi Beach you seen reports & reviews this place does not let you down. The Beach was clean the sea was nice its all you could wish for. Its a dream to come here from the UK.
    Written April 28, 2022
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  • Mairwen1
    United Kingdom6,324 contributions
    The ferry trip from Circular Quay to Watsons Bay is one of the best tourist day trips and a highlight of our time in Sydney.
    The ferry takes you right beside the Opera House before heading across the harbour to Watsons Bay. Once there, there is so much to do and everything is within easy walking distance.
    You can easily spend a whole day here.
    Camp Cove Beach is a beautiful swimming beach with gently lapping waves and white sand.
    There are cafes, the Watsons Bay Hotel and the famous Doyles Restaurant or Robertson Park for take-away fish and chips.
    ‘The Gap’ is Sydney’s most famous lookout point. The views are jaw-droppingly dramatic. From the top of near-vertical ocean cliffs, you have a sweeping view across the Tasman Sea and below, the waves pound a sandstone plateau sending jets of water and foamy spray upwards.
    The South Head Heritage Walk to Hornby Lighthouse is an easy, 1.7 km, looped trail which allows you to explore the coastline and see more dramatic scenery.
    A new Gap Park Wellness Nature Trail has also recently opened although I’ve not done this yet so can’t comment.
    GETTING THERE: The F9 Ferry leaves half hourly every day from Circular Quay. The trip takes 23 minutes and is about $6 one way. Timetables can be found on the NSW Transport website . A slightly more expensive Captain Cook Cruise also runs to Watsons Bay, but not as often. Buses leave from Town Hall and are cheaper but will take about 50 minutes
    Written April 10, 2022
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  • bob2bkk
    Bangkok, Thailand5,780 contributions
    It is one of the most crowded areas in Sydney. Tram lines start there, a major train stop above ground and the ferry terminals, along with passenger cruise ship terminal. Museums, restaurants, and lots of outdoor space to walk, sit and watch the crowds. Also adjacent to the popular Rocks area.
    Written May 16, 2022
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  • Birt1964
    Melbourne, Australia2,178 contributions
    Great way to spend some time on a rainy day. Beautiful selection of Australian painters including Streeton, Roberts & Bunny. Very helpful team to guide visitors. Highly recommend.
    Written March 27, 2022
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  • Alice N
    Newcastle, Australia144 contributions
    When visiting Sydney this place is a must see and do - take your time and enjoy the view - a stroll and sit under a tree - pack food and stay all day ..
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • TeamBrad
    Santa Fe, NM48 contributions
    Interesting to get the history of the building of the bridge. And nice to get the view from the Pylons. Would recommend first thing when it opens so that there are fewer people on the pylon.
    Written May 7, 2022
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