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Reviewed today

Be patience , this is an always crowded place but beautiful. A lot of places to eat and enjoy the harbour. Eating out in Sydney is expensive so do your math.

Thank Mary S
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Reviewed today

Easy to walk around. Asian influence is predominant and flourishes. Lots of shopping everywhere and lots of sites to see.

Thank Dreamer290677
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Reviewed yesterday

I took a sail with avery large ship were they have a guide explaining what you see arround and the history .

Thank Meir P
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Reviewed yesterday

I LOVE this City. A very different place, one that is safe and clean and so very interesting.So much you can look at, great food about and kid-friendly that's for sure.

Thank PatriciaS7294
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It's beautiful sight to enjoy the calmness of the water, greenery all around and spend quality time with family. There are lots of eateries around the circular quay and you can also enjoy leisurely stroll with cup of coffee.view of opera house and Sydney harbour bridge is awesome.

Thank 441ipsitad
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Reviewed yesterday

Its was a November afternoon Wife Birthday lets celebrate Oyster Bar on Sydney Harbour in the evening an hour before sunset just perfect.

Thank MNLUCIA02
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Every time when I visited Sydney I spend here few hours. This is a place of power. When I’m here I feel that all my dream become true. There are many cafes and shop near. And very often you can meet here the biggest ocean ships - very beautiful and very romantic. I love this place!

1  Thank _Elena108_108
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Reviewed 2 days ago

How do you rate the greatest harbour in the world? 5 out 5. Just love being anywhere on Sydney harbour. Eating, drinking or taking a ferry, all good.

Thank Simon K
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

What a great place to visit, ...if your a tourist, ...you must spend a whole day checking it all out,everything you want to do you can... some experience on a sunny day

Thank walkthetalkthewalk
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The harbour is Sydney’s heart. A public ferry trip from Circular Quay to Manly and back ( with lunch at Shelly Beach or at any number of beachside restaurants) gives you a taste of the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, urban and parkland foreshore and views out through the headlands to the open sea. It is spectacular. If time permits, do one of the harbour foreshore walks from:
- Lady Macquarie’s Chair throught the Botanical Gardens, around the Opera House to the old city ( The Rocks) under the Harbour Bridge,
- the Spit Bridge to Manly, or
- Cremorne Point to Balmoral, or
- Rose Bay to Watsons Bay. Each walk follows the waterline through nature reserves with occassional harbourside streets.
Each ends at harbour and/or beachside spots with wonderful restaurants and bars.

1  Thank Rod C
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