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Enjoy a night at the opera under the stars with magnificent views of Sydney Harbour or visit Australia’s most famous man-made icon and birthplace of Australian Opera, the Sydney Opera House. While ...
offers unique opportunities to explore the incredible diversity of life
that lives in its surrounding ocean. In no other single country in the
world can you dive with whale sharks and ...
If you want to do a spot of touring you can’t find a drive much better than Victoria’s Great Ocean Road . Famous for its steep inclines, spectacular views, Bells Beach and the Twelve Apostles , ...
Written by Emma, Australia, January 2012
Thanks to its natural good looks, harbour location and reputation for quality ingredients, Sydney is the city to enjoy a memorable meal with a view. From world class dining to Sydney ’s best fish ...
Written by Jeff, Australia, October 2010
One of Sydney's most famous walks is from The Spit to Manly. You will traverse many bays, headlands and beaches on your way from the beautiful Clontarf Beach to the Manly Harbour beach via Grotto ...
Written by RobC, New Zealand, October 2010
Hobart's waterfront area, including Constitution Dock and Salamanca Place, is easily the most tranquil and beautiful I've seen anywhere. The fact that the heart of the city is right at the water's ...
Written by Emma, Australia, July 2011
Messing about on the water is positively encouraged in Sydney and there’s no end of activities on offer to help you do just that. We dipped our toe in to bring you the best of the wet. ...
Written by Chou Fleur, Australia, October 2010
Strahan, a picturesque fishing village is a must visit when traveling to Tasmania. Things to do are a visit to Sarah Island with its dubious reputation of being the worst convict prison in Australia ...
There are many ways to cruise on Sydney Harbour , from a simple ferry trip across the water to wining and dining in style on a luxury super yacht. Editor’s Note: This recommendation was taken ...
Fort Denison, Shark, Clark, Rodd, Goat and Cockatoo are all islands in Sydney Harbour . Easily accessed by ferry from the city center, these islands have great cultural and historical significance. ...
Written by Emma, Australia, September 2011
1. Blue Mountains
This World Heritage listed forest is only two hours west of Sydney .
Its sandstone gorges and peaks are dense with eucalypts whose oil
reacts with the air to create the ...
Written by Emma, Australia, May 2012
From May to December, whales are commonly sighted on their annual migration along the New South Wales coast and it is possible to see them up close from Sydney .
Seeing whales up close is a ...
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Doing what: Aboriginal Cultural Daintree Rainforest Tour from Cairns or Port ...