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Art Gallery of New South Wales - The Art Gallery of New South Wales houses some of the world's richest and most rewarding collections of art.  The Gallery offers a collection of Western, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Asian, Photographic, Contemporary paintings, prints, sculptures, drawings and watercolor art works.

Australian National Maritime Museum - Experience Australia's maritime heritage trough exhibitions, galleries, collections and a fleet of mostly operational historic craft.

Australian Museum - The Australian Museum is Australia's oldest museum: a museum of natural history and anthropology, its collections cover invertebrate and vertebrate zoology, mineralogy and paleontology, and anthropology.

Bondi Beach - Bondi Beach is one of Australia's most famous beaches and among the world's most well-known beaches.   The beach is located in the Municipality of Waverley in east Sydney.

BridgeClimb Sydney - Experience an incredible three hour adventure as you climb the Sydney Horbour Bridge.  The bridge is the world's largest steel arch bridge, spanning at 1,149 long.  The top of the arch stands 134 meters above sea level.

Central Coast - Discover the great outdoors of magnificent valleys, waterways, mountains and lakes, visit one of the many attractions or just sit back, relax and enjoy the fresh air on one of 31 pristine endless sandy beaches.

Eden Killer Whale Museum - The Eden Killer Whale Museum offers many exhibitions including killer whale skeletons, whale boats, local industry exhibits and a theater in which educative shows are played.

Fox Studios Australia - Fox Studios Australia is a 50-50 joint venture between Fox Filmed Entertainment and Lend Lease Corporation. Its 24.3 hectare (60 acre) site at Moore Park, Sydney, includes one of the world’s most sophisticated film studios, the Bent Street entertainment, dining and retail precinct and the Fox Studios Backlot, an amazing behind-the-scenes journey into the world of film making.

Luna Park Sydney - This entertainment venue, with ferris wheel, merry-go-round and other carnival rides, is a favorite of the young and the young at heart.

Taronga Zoo - The Taronga Zoo located in Sydney features Over 2,000 specimens and 400 species/subspecies.

Museum of Contemporary Art - The MCA is Australia's leading contemporary art museum. It is located at one of the most beautiful sites in the world, at Circular Quay, across from the Sydney Opera House and at the entrance to Sydney's historic and cultural heartland, The Rocks.

New South Wales Golf Course - Surrounded by National Park, the NSW Golf Club is located at Cape Banks on the northern headland of Botany Bay approximately 20 minutes from the Sydney CDB.  The NSW Golf Course is rated in the top 50 golf courses in the world. In fact it is the only Sydney Course rated in the top 100 best golf courses listing. The character of the course is unique, a links style course set amongst the hills and valleys that hug the rugged Pacific Ocean coastline boasting magnificent ocean views as backdrop.

New South Wales National Parks & Wildlife Service - Official site of the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service.

Powerhouse MuseumThe Powerhouse has brilliant exhibitions covering science, technology, decorative arts, design and Australian social history. There is also a constantly changing program of temporary exhibitions and events.

Royal Botanical Gardens of Sydney - Wrapped around Farm Cove at the edge of Sydney Harbour, the Gardens occupy one of Sydney's most spectacular positions.  Rich in historical associations, the Gardens form a living link with the beginnings of European settlement in eastern Australia, and have etched a special place in the hearts of generations of visitors.

Sydney - There's so much to do in Sydney: climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge, visit the Opera House and the historic The Rocks district; see the animals at Taronga Park Zoo, and Oceanworld Manly; enjoy amazing views of the city from the Sydney Tower.

Sydney Opera House - Official site of the Sydney Opera House.