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Parks & Natur in Sydney

Botanical Garden
“An oasis of 30 hectares in the heart of the city. Wrapped around Sydney Harbour, the Gardens occupy one of Sydney's most spectacular positions. Established in 1816, it is the oldest scientific institution in the country and is home to an outstanding collection of plants from Australia and overseas. From the provocative rare and threatened plants of the world to the romantic rose garden, the themed garden areas show the diverse beauty of nature. Special features include: Cadi Jam Ora - First Encounters is a garden display that remembers and acknowledges the Cadigal - the original inhabitants of Sydney's city centre - and their relationship with this land. Aboriginal Heritage Tours of the Royal Botanic Garden run every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday as well as a Behind the Scenes Sensory Tour every Tuesday and Friday. Bookings are essential online. There is also a free guided walk (with limited capacity) that departs daily from the Garden Shop.”
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Theme Park
“Discover Darling Harbour with so much to see and do at your fingertips Wildlife Zoo, Sealife Aquarium, Madame Tussauds and cafes/restaurants and the Darling Quarter Kids Playground to keep the kids occupied. Lots of dining places to explore.”
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“A picturesque trip along the Eastern Suburbs jagged coastline & beautiful beaches. A great trip on any day of the week and where Whales, Dolphins & an array of Birds can can be seen.”
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“Today, Circular Quay and The Rocks are great to explore if you're looking for good quality souvenirs, art galleries, designer fashion as well as historic pubs, outdoor cafes and waterfront restaurants.”
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“Hyde Park is Sydney's oldest park. Locals gather to sunbake on its lawns while buskers entertain them. The park also hosts much-loved events such as parts of the Sydney Festival in January and the Night Noodle Markets during October. It is also the starting point for the City2Surf race in August. Split into two sections, its northern side features the Archibald Fountain and its south the Anzac Memorial and Pool of Reflection. Don't forget to visit one of the oldest Cathedral in Sydney which is St Mary's Cathedral”
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“Go for a swim in the ocean pool for a unique experience. The beach can be rough so swim between the flags or in the bogey hole (area protected by rocks) to be safe”
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“It’s the most photographed ocean pool in Australia – at Sydney’s most famous beach – which makes the 50-metre saltwater pool a popular spot for sunbathers and a bottleneck spot on the Bondi to Coogee walk. The baths have been a landmark of Bondi for 100 years, and if you want to become a member of the oldest winter swimming club in Australia you must swim three Sundays a month for a period of five years. Luckily, for those who just want a slice of the active lifestyle synonymous with the suburb, it’s only $6.50 for casual entry – giving you access to the pool, the sauna and the gym. For the ultimate experience, book into a Yoga by the Sea class ($25, Tue-Sat during summer months).”
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Volleyball Court
“Manly Beach is a world famous Australian landmark. It is one of the most renowned beaches for surfing. The beach was named by Capt. Arthur Phillip after the indigenous people living there writing: "Their confidence and manly behaviour made me give the name of Manly Cove to this place". Catch the ferry from Circular Quay to Manly, feel the wind in your hair and enjoy the view. ”
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“A lovely large park with tennis courts and sports oval and grand-stand, ideal for jogging, with views of the harbour and large marina. It can be confusing on a map how to get there so our tip is take Roslyn St off Darlinghurst Rd turn left into Roslyn Gardens, and right into Warratah St, a 10 minute walk from the apartment.”
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“If you go up to the car park you can find some beautiful outlooks and walk into north head.”
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“Most beautiful beach on the northern side of Sydney, wonderful beach walks and great brunch and lunch at bathers pavillion.”
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Travel Lounge
“Sydney Park is a large recreational area in the inner-city area of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The parkland is located at St Peters, sitting along the borders of Alexandria, Newtown and Erskineville. Sydney Park is 41.6 hectares in area, which makes it the third largest park in inner-city Sydney. Wikipedia”
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“A lovely walk out to the end of the point, where you can get amazing photos of the Opera House with the Harbour Bridge behind it. It is where all of the famous photos of the Sydney New Year fireworks are taken from.”
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“Perfect for kids and families alike. It's a natural lap pool! You can choose to be on the sand or the concrete/rocks if you don't like sand. ”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge! A once in a lifetime experience! Great for people who love adventure & trying new, exciting activities!”
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Botanical Garden
“No visit to Melbourne is complete without a walk, jog or run around Melbourne's iconic Botanic Gardens, commonly and affectionately known as ‘The Tan’. For the exercisers, a 3.8km track circles around King's Domain and the Botanic Gardens. Make sure you walk up, not down, the Anderson Rd hill if you want to do as the locals do. For the pleasure seekers, a wander through the gardens is a must do. Head into Fern Gully, check out the Children’s Garden, feed the geese, and grab yourself a bite at Jardin. Over summer months the Tan also hosts the Moonlight Cinema and Shakespearean plays.”
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