Explore Historic Places In Sydney

Explore Historic Places In Sydney

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Sydney on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    What's good here? How about the world's best view? Sydney Opera House, Bridge and Harbour in perfect symmetry. Go early morning for best light, or dusk for sun setting behind Jørn Utzon's masterpiece -- Simon Crerar via Foursquare
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    If you come to Sydney, you should go to Sydney Tower. It's a wonderful place for sight seeing. See the beautiful side of Sydney, the bridge, forest, buildings, ships, ocean, all around Sydney!! -- SiLsi Lia via Foursquare
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    Free newspapers! No new york times though . Check out the floor with the 3d airal view of sydney. Quiet in here. Able to read a paper at your leisure -- Tracey N via Foursquare
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    A special carol service on Sunday before Christmas..the choir is sounding otherworldly, and St Marys Readings and Carols will be broadcast Christmas Eve on ABCTV..a beautiful program -- Virginia Gordon via Foursquare
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    Pop-Up Display Stands www.allstardisplays.com.au/exhibition_stands_and_hanging_signs.html All Star displays have a wide range of exhibition stands, exhibit booth displays, pop-up stands. -- Allstar Displays via Foursquare
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    Indulge in an elegant high tea for two at Vaucluse House Tearooms. For $45 per head you’ll receive a wonderful selection of sweet and savoury treats, tea and sparkling wine. -- Hans van de Bruggen via Foursquare
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    Guided free tours run every half hour for 20 attendants each. Be sure to get your tickets timely. These are 45 mins well spent. -- Matthias Hagemann via Foursquare
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    “Babies Proms” bring the orchestra to the toddler set, special productions are tailored to children 6+, and during school holidays there are all-day creative play sessions. - Green Guide Editor -- Michelin Travel & Lifestyle via Foursquare
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    The Symbol of Sacrifice is looked at during the Remembrance Service, held daily at 11am. A moving service any day, even more so when the Symbol of Sacrifice draws in your attention and reverence. -- Johnny Apotsis via Foursquare
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    Cool mummy x-rays and Lego Acropolis. In July 2014 it will be replaced by Lego Pompeii -- Ruth McLenaghan via Foursquare
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    History of the early colonists and the indigenous people interesting. Not much to see here, but it's worth visiting as one of a number if city museums. -- Oliver Magro via Foursquare
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