Sydney Opera House Tour
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People travel from all corners of the world to see what are perhaps the two most famous icons of Australia: The Bridge and the Opera House – both situated on the edge of the simply beautiful Sydney Harbour. The Harbour is the lifeblood of the city and the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House also share the Harbour with Circular Quay, The Rocks and Taronga Park Zoo. A ferry to Watsons Bay provides an better look at the Harbour.
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Sydney Opera House must be one of the most recognisable images of the modern world and is easily up there with the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building. Although only having been open since 1973, it is not only a symbol of it’s home city of Sydney, but is also representative of Australia. The Opera House is situated on the edge of the Sydney Harbour and the idea to build an oper... <a href="/contikipedia/articles/sydney-opera-house" title="Article: Sydney Opera House">more &raquo;</a>
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You can’t go to Sydney without a visit to Bondi Beach. Whether you’re into swimming, surfing or having a cold beer by the water, Bondi Beach is the place to be. There’s a tonne of surfwear shops for those in need of retail therapy and the people watching is out of this world. If you’re in Sydney for a weekend, schedule your visit to Bondi for a Sunday when the Bondi Markets operate – the... <a href="/contikipedia/articles/bondi-beach" title="Article: Bondi Beach">more &raquo;</a>
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