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    23 Bed & breakfasts in Sydney

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    Our Taronga Zoo visit was great, we watched a lot of the animals getting fed - the gorillas were particularly amusing, having play fights and showing off to the spectators. It was easy to get there via ferry, plus the zoo was laid out with an easy to follow route.

    This place was a lot of fun. Though it's an older amusement park, it's beautifully presented and well maintained. I'd recommend the roller coaster and the ferris wheel for wonderful views of the harbour and bridge.

    This is an easy walk and a different way of looking at the harbour and the coastline. There is public transport (bus) to the sanctuary, also a small cafe upon entering the site.

    The care and attention to detail that has gone into making the museum is wonderful. The cafe is lovely and the staff very friendly and helpful.

    Being scared of heights I was pretty nervous, but this turned out to be one of the best things we did in Sydney! Ash was our climb leader; she started by getting to know us all (there were about 10 people in our group) and encouraged us to talk to each other about ourselves while we put our suits and harnesses on.
    For me, the first bit was definitely the scariest! We had to climb under the bridge along wooden planks and gangways, then up metal railing-type ladders even higher (eek) to get onto the proper bridge archway.
    From then on, I felt totally ok. The archway was quite wide and had railings on either side that we were secured to. On the way up Ash told us all about the building of the bridge and the history of the surrounding area. Of course the views were spectacular.
    The overall experience took around three hours – money well spent! I highly recommend doing the climb, even if you are afraid of heights. You’ll get great views, learn new and interesting things, meet awesome people and have a fantastic time.

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    Tucked in the back of an Irish shop in a the gorgeous heritage area of the Rocks, The Tea Cozy serve a good old-fashioned Devonshire tea, with loose leaf tea in vintage teapots (including cosy of course!), and fresh homemade scones with regional gourmet jam.

    What a beautiful place! A multi-level restaurant with an interesting history. If you order something, you won't be disappointed by the Glenmore Burger, especially if you get a table on the rooftop.

    The whole experience is consistently good, from the pleasant staff to the relaxed ambiance and of course the market bought fresh seafood. The seafood is served just the way seafood should be served, simply with nice selection of accompaniments straight from a pan or wood roasted in an oven.

    Great value meal, terrific food and matching wines. The staff were brilliant, and the service was very quick, no waiting despite being very busy.

    Lovely wee german bakery with excellent coffee. It gets incredibly busy for its size, but the friendly and professional staff cope well.

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    Explore North Head

    Walk from Shelly Bay via the boardwalk. Beautiful views from the top. Take your own food and drinks to save money.

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    NZ vs Australia

    As a Kiwi, it was interesting to learn about when the New Zealand flag stood beside the Australian flag on top of the Harbour Bridge. Rumour has it that the Australian flag was a bit taller, so when a bronze statue depicting a New Zealand World War One soldier was unveiled nearby, he had been built two inches taller than the Australian World War One soldier statue that stood next to him!