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Vacations In Sydney - The Ultimate Fun Trips

Published at 07/19/2011 15:03:42

 This jewel of the South Pacific awaits your visit. If one word can sum up a city, the word describing Sydney Australia is diversity. This is a city of diverse culture, a diverse ethnic blend, diverse shopping and diverse experiences. Its European history bestows structure and formality, its geographic location in Asia brings diverse oriental mystery, the great South Pacific Ocean brings relaxation and the timeless expanse of this great country creates self-sufficiency.

 You could walk the Sydney Harbor Bridge, whose views offer a spectacular vista of the city, or go to see the Sydney Opera house, a famous landmark with a unique architectural design and numerous performances. Perhaps take the ferry to Manley beach to spend a day relaxing in the sun, or walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens that were founded in 1816 and continue today to provide a beautiful and educational place for horticultural enthusiasts. Choose to spend some time exploring the historic center of Sydney known as The Rocks, where the Indigenous people lived for thousands of years, and where the first European settlers landed. Places of interest to go see and visit. Central Sydney CBD (Central Business District) Inner West Sydney, South Western Sydney, Western Sydney, Airport & Southern Sydney, The Hills to Hawkesbury Valley, Northern Suburbs & Beaches, Macarthur Region, Sydney City and Eastern Suburbs Sydney.

 Close to wilderness, koalas and kangaroos, home to the Sydney Opera House and Harbor Bridge, long sandy beaches, great dining and a beautiful harbor. Of course, there is much more to Sydney than the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge. From Bondi Beach to the Blue Mountains, the historical to hi tech, flora and wildlife. Bondi Beach is well known to Sydneysiders and Australians as the great Australian Icon. The golden mile as it has been called for many years, is the closest beach to the city but still beautiful. Definitely a favorite amongst the many visitors to Sydney as well as locals, the Blue Mountains were a barrier to the early colonials for many years, but now is an hour’s drive or train ride west from Central Sydney. Aside from spectacular views and great walks in the bush, in the Blue Mountains you can find Australian wildlife and colorful birdlife, as well as explore aboriginal culture and arts in their natural setting. Beautiful Sydney Harbor gives fantastic views of the city and surrounds. There are plenty of cruises available enabling you to see the grand vistas of Sydney and its many attractions and numerous islands.

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 Whether you're looking for outdoor adventure or cosmopolitan culture, Sydney's got it. Climb to the top of the Harbor Bridge or take a skywalk on Sydney Tower for a 360-degree view of the city. Stroll through the Botanical Gardens or take a tour of the Opera House. Cuddle koalas in the Taronga Park Zoo or learn to surf at Bondi Beach. For quaint cafés and shopping, visit The Rocks, Sydney's historic district. For everything from beaches to ballet, you're bound to enjoy your Harbor City stay.