Sydney is the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia with an enviable reputation as one of the world's most beautiful and liveable cities.
Immediately to the east of the City Centre and also adjacent to City South is an area of laneways, nightlife, cafes, pubs, bars and entertainment.
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The Rocks is a historic site and neighborhood
Sydney is the capital city of the Australian state of New South Wales, and Australia's largest city.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge is a bridge and monument / landmark
The City Centre, is where Governor Arthur Phillip first raised the British Flag on Australian soil in January 1788, and is the earliest site of European settlement in Australia.
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Sydney Opera House is an opera house and concert hall
The Royal National Park is in on the southern fringe of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia around 35km south from the city centre.
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Hyde Park is a park
Parramatta is a western district of Sydney, a city in its own right within the Sydney Metropolitan Area and the second oldest European settlement on the Australian mainland.
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Darling Harbour is a harbor / marina and park
St George & Sutherland Shire is a district about 25 km south of Sydney City, centred around the Georges River and bounded by Botany Bay and Port Hacking.
The Inner West of Sydney stretches from the small inner city suburb of Chippendale to the secondary railway hub and business-retail centre of Strathfield and also Sydney Olympic Park to the west.
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Royal Botanic Garden is a botanical garden and garden
Hills and Hawkesbury is the largely residential area to the north west of the city centre and north of Macquarie Park.
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The Domain is a park and general entertainment
Darling Harbour is a leisure and entertainment precinct, in central Sydney.
Manly is a harbour- and ocean-side suburb and locality of Sydney and the southernmost of Sydney's Northern Beaches.
The Eastern Suburbs of Sydney are located between Sydney City and the Pacific Ocean coastline.
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State Theatre is a theater and performing arts venue
The Harbour Islands are Sydney's best kept secret. There are several in the harbour that you can visit to explore, for a picnic, or just to take in the history and the view.
Sydney Kingsford Smith International Airport is the main airport of Australia's largest city, Sydney.
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Mrs Macquarie's Chair is a monument / landmark and scenic lookout
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Australian Museum is a museum and science museum
The Rocks is sandstone buildings, history, laneways, culture and Australiana by day, and a busy pub scene by night.
The Northern Beaches of Sydney refers to a suburban district located in the north east of the city …
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Sydney Tower Eye is a monument / landmark and scenic lookout
The Lower North Shore district is part of the larger North Shore situated across the harbour from Sydney City and stretches from North Sydney to Chatswood.
Cronulla is a beachside suburb in the Sutherland Shire in southern Sydney.
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Museum of Contemporary Art is an art museum and art gallery
The City South district is home to Australia's largest Chinatown as well as its largest train station, Central station.
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Balmoral Beach is a beach and harbor / marina
Bondi Beach is the world famous beachside locality of Sydney.
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Powerhouse Museum is a museum and science museum
Maroubra is a suburb in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Australia.
Southwestern Sydney refers to the large residential area to the south and west of Sydney, including the centres of Cabramatta and Liverpool.
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White Rabbit Gallery is an art gallery and museum
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Customs House is a monument / landmark and arcade
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Bondi Beach is a beach and surf spot
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Sydney Cricket Ground is a cricket ground and football stadium
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Capitol Theatre is a theater and concert hall
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Sydney Observatory is a planetarium and science museum
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BridgeClimb Sydney is a bridge and theme park
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Bronte Beach is a beach and surf spot
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34 Harrington Street, The Rocks, Sydney
+61 2 8220 9999
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117 Macquarie St, Sydney
+61 2 9253 9000
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199 George St, Sydney
+61 2 9250 3100
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98 Gloucester Street, The Rocks
+61 2 9240 6000
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11 Hickson Road, Sydney
+61 2 8298 9999
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14 Carrington Street, Sydney
+61 2 9299 1000
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1 Martin Place, Sydney
+61 2 8223 1111
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77 York Street, Sydney
+61 2 9272 6888
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49 Market Street, Sydney
+61 2 8262 0000
10 Darling Street, Balmain East
+61 2 4455 3044
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88 Dowling Street, Woolloomooloo
+61 2 8837 8000
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90 William Street, Sydney
+61 2 9383 7222
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300 Pitt Street, Sydney
+61 2 9283 8088
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80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont
+61 2 9777 9000
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36 College Street, Sydney
+61 2 9361 8400
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70 Murray Street, Pyrmont
+61 2 9563 0888
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72 Liverpool Street, Haymarket
+61 2 8268 8888
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5-11 Wentworth Ave, Sydney
+61 2 9264 2451
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653 George St, Sydney
+61 13 20 07
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3 Campbell Street, Haymarket
+61 2 9211 8633
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