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The Gallery of New South Wales is located in The Domaine, and is open from 10am to 5pm every day with late closing at 9pm on Wednesday. There is free admission.
Vaucluse House is a three story mansion that was built in the early 1800s. The gardens are beautiful and there is a cafeteria and a gift shop.
Circular Quay is known as the hub of Sydney Harbour. It is in the center of many of Sydney's attractions and it is where the ferries leave from to go to Manly Beach and Taronga Park Zoo.
Manly Beach is one of Sydney's most famous beaches. It has something for everyone. We like to go there for great fish and chips.
Paddy's Market in Haymarket is open Thursday to Sunday. It's the biggest market in Sydney.
There are displays of more than 5000 Australian fish. You can walk through 480 feet of acrylic underwater tunnels to see the fish.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of our most famous landmarks. Visitors may book into the three and a half hour bridge climb to see outstanding views of all of Sydney.
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is Australia's leading performing arts center.
Taronga Park Zoo
It's a twelve minute ferry ride to Taronga Park Zoo from Wharf 2 at Circular Quay. It's a great way to experience Australian native animals as well as some more exotic ones.
The Rocks is Sydney's oldest historical center. It has markets, museums, fine restaurants and guided heritage tours.
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