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Sydney

Soak up the gorgeous Sydney Harbour. Take a ferry across the Harbour to Manly. See the Natural beauty of Bondi Beach and the seductive waters off Coogee. Lose yourself in the rocks or in the Markets, cafes and pubs of Paddington. As well as a world-famous Harbour and more than 70 sparkling beaches, Sydney offers fabulous food, festivals and 24 hour of fun.

Six can’t miss Sydney experiences:

1. Explore the historical Rocks
2. Visit the world – famous Sydney Harbour3. Visit Manly on the ferry
4. Enjoy café culture and shopping in Paddington
5. Walk from Bondi to Coogee
6. Go and say hello to the Koalas in Taronga Zoo

 

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South Coast

Come see Kiama’s famous blow hole and take a drive on the famous Sea Cliff bridge, at Coal cliff, walk pearly white beaches and see dolphins frolic in sparkling waters in Jervis Bay. Meet grey Kangaroos and cruise the pristine Clyde River in Batemans Bay. Try award-wining cheese at Bega and watch whales in Eden on the Sapphire Coast, near the Victorian border. The South Coast has 30 national parks, marine parks and reserves, as well as gorgeous beaches and rich Aboriginal history for you to explore.

 

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Sydney Surroundings

Taste the great wines in the Hunter valley, take a walk in the Blue Mountains and visit the Three Sisters, or stop and see the beautiful Hawkesbury River. Watch dolphins from Port Stephens and Forster and lose yourself in the world Heritage-listed wilderness of Barrington Tops. Escape to the hills, forest, valleys and heritage villages of the Southern Highlands. Surf on the Central Coast.

 

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North Coast

Spot the Humpback whales in Byron Bay. Come see Ballina and scuba dive off the Coffs Coast. In the Tweed Valley, you can fish the Tweed River and see the southern hemisphere’s biggest eroded volcanic crater. On the rainforest-fringed North Coast, classic Aussie surf culture mingles with World Heritage-listed national parks, Hinterland villages and great food and wines.

 

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Snowy Mountains

Hit Australia’s highest ski slopes at Charlotte Pass and climb Mt Kosciuszko, Australia’s tallest Peak. In winter, carve up the snow at fields such as Thredbo and Perisher Blue. In summer, take in the trout-filled streams and wildflower coasted plains going cylcling, caving, rafting, kayaking, four wheel driving, horse riding and hiking. Whatever the season, the Snowy Mountains has endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.

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