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Downtown Sydney Australia, Sydney

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Downtown Sydney Australia is located in Sydney. By using our Sydney trip itinerary builder, you can arrange your visit to Downtown Sydney Australia and other attractions in Sydney.
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  • I would advise the people or groups that embark on a trip to Australia to consider some things, Australia has three (3) zones the outward journey one must consider at least 27 hours, schedule before the detailed trip not recommend a trip of less than 24 days. Sydney is a great business card the Sydney CBD is concentrated but Sydney is an impressive 60 kilometers (Greater Metropolitan Area) there are many cities in the City Council at least 8 days is plenty to see, a Bay Cruise is a MUST that it is the fourth most expensive city in the world ROAMING rates are prohibitive , order and cleanliness will amaze you. I recommend tours outside the city the BLUE MOUNTAINS, JENOLAN CAVES, the HUNTER VALLEY, when visits to the Opera house are suspended due to considerable maintenance. A trip to Australia must be well planned I it took me 6 months I lived 36 years in Australia you can't see everything so you have to make choices, my trip was two months 19 flights and ben 12500 KM. drive recommend Singapore STOPOVER to break the TME LAG is a beautiful city. In Australia there are many places to see Hervey bay, Maryborough, The Atherton Tablelands, Canberra the capital just mentioned deserves a visit to stop in Berrima (there are the most delicious PASTRIES in the world), then the KAKADU and LITCHFIELD National Park almost as big as the Piedmont bathe in Litchfield will seem to live a fairy tale the famous monolith ULURU to be seen walking 16 km. to tour take plenty of aqua one discovers the true artifact and its history what about Kangaroo Island the Great Ocean road you can visit the Park of the Coorong managed by Aborigines from 6000 years pure nature, Borossa Valley where wine production in Australia and what WINE Council to always dress well covered because you avoid unpleasant surprises the hair with the mosquito net is essential in the Interior I wish you bon voyage
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  • We stayed in the Central business district (CBD) so all the major attractions were walkable. The maps found on line or through free tourist outlets around Sydney are helpful, especially as my cell pho...  more »
  • Sydney, is peculiar. Regardless of the exact spot that has been founded, has several sites that could be considered the city centre. The Pitt Street; The Hide Park, Circular Quay or Darling Harbour. Impossible to choose just one. What they have in common, that all places are a show. Wonderful to enjoy.
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