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Wonderland Sydney has something for everyone.Walk through our gates into a magical land full of thrilling rides and colourful shows all presented with a unique Australian flavour. Just a short drive from Sydney, Wonderland is Australia's number one centre for fun, thrills and entertainment. Set upon 219 hectares of beautifully landscaped parkland, Wonderland Sydney is the largest theme park in the southern hemisphere.

The Australian Wildlife Park 
Inside Wonderland Sydney there is a very special park of wild Australia where you can meet the unique, beautiful and sometimes dangerous creatures of the Australian Bush.

The Australian Wildlife Park has over 500 animals and birds in their natural surroundings. As you walk through the park you will discover many difference species of kangaroo and wallabies. You can feed and touch them in our special kangaroo 'walkabout'. Enjoy a fascinating walk amongst treetops on the elevated Koala Valley or have you photo taken with a cuddly Koala. Wander through the rainforest aviary and see our colourful parrots and other Australian birds.

See wombats in their burrows and goannas in desert surroundings. Encounter a diverse range of creatures of the night in our Nocturnal HouseMake sure you go to the daily interesting talks, including Rapt in Reptiles, Goanna Talk, Koala Lifestyles or the Echidna and Wombat Talk.

Sydney Aquarium

At Sydney Aquarium you will embark on a journey that will allow you to experience the enormous diversity of Australian environments and the aquatic life that these environments support.

The variety will astound you - from the cold Southern Oceans to the tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef, from rocky shores and estuaries to the slow-moving rivers meandering through the dry, flat plains of the interiors.  Nowhere else in the world will you find a larger collection of Australian aquatic life - over 650 species.

Sydney Entertainment Centre

Primarily recognised as a venue to host concerts, family shows and sporting events, the Centre also specialises in corporate events and entertaining, in particular product launches, conventions, exhibitions, banquets and seminars.The Entertainment Centre can cater for up to 1,000 people in banquet mode on the arena floor and has hosted numerous major events in recent years; the most prestigious being the Victor Chang Dinner attended by the late Princess Diana in October 1996. The Centre was recently voted as one of the Top 10 Event Venues by the National Business Bulletin for 1998.

In its 16year history, the Centre has hosted nearly 2,700 events which have been attended by more than 16 million people. Famous for its flexibility, the venue can provide seating capacities for an intimate setting of 500 people up to a maximum of almost 12,000.

Located in the centre of Haymarket, adjacent to Darling Harbour and a 10 minute walk to the heart of the central business district, the Sydney Entertainment Centre offers patrons a fully-equipped venue including function rooms, the availability of fine dining packages, together with snack food and beverage outlets.The arena’s versatility and Sydney’s dynamic appeal have assisted the Centre to attract some of the biggest national and international artists, performers and events since its opening. Some of the performances and events held over the past 18 months indicate this exceptional depth; Cliff Richard, Mariah Carey, Riverdance, Savage Garden, The Seekers, Bob Dylan, Status Quo, Van Halen, Shania Twain, Shirley Bassey, Deep Purple, Sydney Champions Seniors Tour tennis, Pearl Jam, Grease - The Arena Spectacular, Snowboarding, Disney on Ice, Michael Crawford, Janet Jackson, The Main Event, Anthony Robbins, Cold Chisel, Swan Lake, Neil Diamond and the Beach Boys.

Sega World

Sega World is Sydney’s ultimate electronic theme park featuring classic theme park rides, state of the art attractions and over 100 free to play arcade games.Sega World is conveniently located on the city side of Darling Harbour under the blue cone. Only 5 minutes walk from Town Hall station or hop on route 888 bus.

An exciting new attraction due to open February 2001 is currently under development in the Sega World complex. To minimise disturbance during construction, Sega World will now be closed on Monday and Tuesday during off peak periodsSega World's one ticket price gets you all-day access to our thrilling rides and attractions plus over 100 arcade games


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