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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium Ticket
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Sydney Tower Eye Ticket
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The Ultimate Sydney Attractions Pass
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Sydney Whale Watching Cruise with Breakfast or Lunch
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US$ 72.99

Sydney Zoo Admission Ticket
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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo Entry Ticket
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Manly Kayak Hire
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[Special Promotion] Tiny House Discount Voucher in New South Wales
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Sydney Harbour Jet Boat Adventure
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Axe Throwing Experience Sydney
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Water and Wildlife Expeditions
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Why people love Sydney

I chose Sydney Tower, Zoo, and Aquatic Pavilion from three of the four. I didn’t check the information before going. It was amazing when I visited the Aquatic Center. One floor after another is much larger than the buildings that can be seen outside. Unfortunately, there is not much time reserved. He reluctantly left until he had to retreat.
A great experience. The one-hour content walked into several main exhibition spaces. As long as there is no rehearsal room on the day, the guide will take us to the tour and introduce us with due diligence. The guide will not only introduce the building of the opera house. In addition to the background and craftsmanship, we also took us to admire the Sydney Bridge in a few corners that ordinary people would not enter, so that even children can have a full experience.
For some reason, I did not check my ticket and let me go directly to the express elevator, which meant that the ticket was useless. I gave it to a Hong Kong girl going to Sydney in Canberra every few days. The scenery is beautiful and you can see the aircraft carrier, but I know a lot of foreign friends. I was in the city where I had walked by the sea. It was worth a visit.
It is very convenient to buy e-tickets on klook. Go upstairs from the Westfield shopping mall and redeem the seats at the relevant counters. Then take the elevator upstairs to enter the restaurant inside the Sydney Tower. It will not be too troublesome! The ticket price is cheaper than buying on-site, and it is more cost-effective. You can experience 360-degree views and all-you-can-eat oysters. Although there are not as many types of food as the buffet restaurant in Taiwan, the night view is invincible~ a pleasant experience~
This attraction is super recommended. I thought it would be popular, but in addition to the various ship technology and history of the museum (the fossils of the ancient sea dinosaurs of the Sea Monster are displayed on the day), the highlights are the physical ships (ancient sailing ships, battleships, shallow water towers) outside. . In fact, thinking about the fact that Australia was able to build battleships and shallow water structures during the Second World War was really amazing. Friends who are interested in history, weapons, adventure, etc., don’t miss it!! (My wife is not interested, but my 5-year-old daughter can be happy)
The zoo, which can be easily reached on foot in the urban area, does not seem to be big in the hinterland, but the planning of the internal route allows Australian characteristic animals to be displayed in front of them, and there is everything there. Scan the code to enter the park, easily skip the line to buy tickets and exchange tickets

Top sights in Sydney

Travel to Sydney to discover its diverse culture, well sought-after food scene, and spectacular beaches! Located on the east coast of Australia, the city is home to a mix of European, Australian, and Asian residents. Dubbed as the country’s crown jewel, the city has a lot to offer for all travelers. Tick off many items on your Sydney must-see list when you explore its beautiful parks, restaurants, and beaches.

Sydney Opera House

Completed in 1973, Sydney Opera House is one of the most iconic landmarks in Australia. Home to three resident companies, the multi-venue performing arts center hosts well over 1,500 performances each year. In 2007, Sydney Opera House was named by UNESCO as one of the world’s heritage sites. Sydney Opera House attracts an average of 8 million tourists each year and its busiest days are Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
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Bondi Beach

A short bus ride away from the city center will take you to Bondi Beach, a popular destination visited by local and foreign tourists. Every weekend people flocked to Bondi Beach to temporarily escape from the fast-paced life in the city. Aside from swimming and sunbathing, Bondi is also visited for its cafes, restaurants, and hotels that features uninterrupted views of the famous beach.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Constructed in 1932, Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the well-known steel arc bridges across the world. Several attractions within the pylon of the bridge include a cafe, a museum, and a stunning lookout. Another activity to watch out for is the Sydney Harbour Climb. An exciting climb that starts at Bradfield Highway and will end at the South-east Pylon via the catwalks. Make sure to have your camera ready for some of the best photo opportunities during the climb.
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Darling Harbour

Packed with a treasure trove of tourist attractions, Darling Harbour is a family-friendly waterfront destination in Sydney. Lined with shops and restaurants, Darling Harbour has museums, theaters, a zoo, and various entertainment venues. Originally named Long Cove, the area is accessible via several modes of public transport within the city. Notable attractions within Darling Habour include Madame Tussauds, Paddy’s Markets, and Tumbalong Park.
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