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       The only problem with visiting Sydney is fitting in everything you want to do and see. A well-planned itinerary can easily be upset by countless other sights and experiences that suddenly become "must sees" and "must dos" once you arrive. Of course, you won't want to miss the "icon" attractions'--the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Also try to take time out to visit one of the nearby national parks for a taste of the Australian bush, and if it's hot take your swimsuit and towel to Bondi Beach.

        But don't limit yourself to just the city....hire a car or take a tour and visit the areas surrounding Sydney. Take a photo of the Three Sisters in the the Blue Mountains, see the spectacular scenery and enjoy the unique Australian wildlife in the Southern Highlands, and taste the wine in Hunter Valley. There are many areas to be savoured and explored....all you need is your sense of adventure and your spirit of discovery.

       No matter what your interests, or what your reason for journeying to Sydney, this handy guide will give you everything you need to get you on your way, and tell you how to get around, where to stay, and where to dine once you arrive.Whatever you decide to do, you won't have enough time. So, don't be surprised if you find yourself planning ahead for your next visit before your first visit is even finished.





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