by Jason Oliver Nixon
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Courtesy of BridgeClimb Sydney
Offers harnessed climbs led by trained climb leaders.
Cruise Sydney Harbour
Don’t leave without seeing Sydney from the water.
Lady Macquarie's Chair
The best spot for taking photos of the Sydney Harbour.
Expect to find treasures such as art, home goods and gifts.
Royal National Park
The world's second oldest national park.
The Sydney Aquarium features 12,000 marine animals.
Sydney Opera House
This creates a stunning backdrop to Sydney Harbour.
Take the ferry to Watsons Bay
Tranquil Watsons Bay feels worlds away from the city.
Taronga Zoo features 2,900 exotic and native species.
The Bondi to Bronte Beach Coastal Walk
An adored route for locals where you can see dolphins.
“I love Sydney ... I went for a cruise on the harbor, and the view of the city is one of the most amazing sights I’ve ever witnessed.” —Kate Bosworth
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