LUNA PARK Sydney is one of Sydney's most recognised attractions. It is a restored 1930's amusement park located at Milsons Point, which is also home to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. At Luna Park, you can enjoy fun amusement rides with stunning views of the Sydney Harbour as a backdrop.

LUNA PARK Sydney is one of Sydney's most recognised attractions. It is a restored 1930's amusement park located at Milsons Point, which is also home to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. At Luna Park, you can enjoy fun amusement rides with stunning views of the Sydney Harbour as a backdrop.

The SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is one of Sydney's most recognised tourist attractions. Located at the popular tourist precinct, Darling Harbour, the  Aquarium is home to over 12,000 aquatic animals from 650 species in beautiful habitat displays and impressive underwater viewing tunnels.

The SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is one of Sydney's most recognised tourist attractions. Located at the popular tourist precinct, Darling Harbour, the Aquarium is home to over 12,000 aquatic animals from 650 species in beautiful habitat displays and impressive underwater viewing tunnels.

COCKATOO ISLAND is the largest island in Sydney Harbour. It is a heritage-listed island steeped in colourful history. The island was first used as a prison in the mid 19th century. It was later transformed to an industrial school, a reformatory and then back as a gaol in the late 19th century. Around the same time, shipbuilding & repair activities expanded here and by 1930-1945, the island became the major shipbuilding & dockyard facility for the South West Pacific in WWII!

COCKATOO ISLAND is the largest island in Sydney Harbour. It is a heritage-listed island steeped in colourful history. The island was first used as a prison in the mid 19th century. It was later transformed to an industrial school, a reformatory and then back as a gaol in the late 19th century. Around the same time, shipbuilding & repair activities expanded here and by 1930-1945, the island became the major shipbuilding & dockyard facility for the South West Pacific in WWII!

HYDE PARK was named after the original Hyde Park in London. It started out as the city's first racecourse and later became its first cricket ground. In 1856, Hyde Park was converted into public gardens and today, the 6.5 hectares park is Sydney's favourite recreation area in the city.

HYDE PARK was named after the original Hyde Park in London. It started out as the city's first racecourse and later became its first cricket ground. In 1856, Hyde Park was converted into public gardens and today, the 6.5 hectares park is Sydney's favourite recreation area in the city.

The POWERHOUSE MUSEUM has over 500,000 items in the Museum's collection covering the diverse areas of history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration. The Museum also showcases the material heritage and stories of Australian culture, history and lifestyle, which provides a comprehensive insight into our culture-rich and diverse country.

The POWERHOUSE MUSEUM has over 500,000 items in the Museum's collection covering the diverse areas of history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration. The Museum also showcases the material heritage and stories of Australian culture, history and lifestyle, which provides a comprehensive insight into our culture-rich and diverse country.

The AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM has 3 levels of exhibitions covering the areas of animal science, mineral science and cultures such as Skeletons, Birds & Insects, Planet of Minerals and Indigenous Australian. It also has the popular & kid-friendly Dinosaur Space, Kidspace (for under 5s) and the Search & Discover Area.

The AUSTRALIAN MUSEUM has 3 levels of exhibitions covering the areas of animal science, mineral science and cultures such as Skeletons, Birds & Insects, Planet of Minerals and Indigenous Australian. It also has the popular & kid-friendly Dinosaur Space, Kidspace (for under 5s) and the Search & Discover Area.

The CHINESE GARDEN at Darling Harbour is a beautiful garden designed and built by Chinese landscape architects and gardeners. Exploring the Chinese Garden is a journey of discovery - follow the walkways and they lead you to many interesting spots such as private courtyards, Chinese pavilions, fish pond, arched/jagged footbridges, striking chinese wall cum sculptures, stone sculptures and many more delightful discoveries!

The CHINESE GARDEN at Darling Harbour is a beautiful garden designed and built by Chinese landscape architects and gardeners. Exploring the Chinese Garden is a journey of discovery - follow the walkways and they lead you to many interesting spots such as private courtyards, Chinese pavilions, fish pond, arched/jagged footbridges, striking chinese wall cum sculptures, stone sculptures and many more delightful discoveries!

TARONGA ZOO is one of Sydney's most recognisable attraction. The Zoo offers many opportunities for visitors to get close to the animals and find out more about how they live - you can attend the free shows, keeper talks, or experience a close up encounter with an animal.

TARONGA ZOO is one of Sydney's most recognisable attraction. The Zoo offers many opportunities for visitors to get close to the animals and find out more about how they live - you can attend the free shows, keeper talks, or experience a close up encounter with an animal.

The SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE is the largest & widest steel-arch Bridge in the world!  Construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge took over eight years, from 1923 to 1932. It was officially opened on 19th March 1932 and today, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Sydney’s best recognised icons!

The walk across Sydney Harbour Bridge only takes 30 minutes & gives you stunning views of the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour & the city skyline.

The ART GALLERY OF NEW SOUTH WALES is the leading art museum in Sydney and New South Wales. It has a large collection of Australian, European and Asian art, and holds nearly forty exhibitions every year. General admission is free.

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the leading art museum in Sydney and New South Wales. It has a large collection of Australian, European and Asian art, and holds nearly forty exhibitions every year. General admission is free.


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