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Top 10 Best Destinations For Traveler In Australia Sydney

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By- USA NATIONAL POST

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First launched in October 1998, the Bridge Climb has welcomed more than four million climbers since the moment of its completion. A great place to enjoy breath-taking views of the city, it offers an unforgettable experience. You can even gain unique insights into the cultural history and the engineering of this world-renowned architectural marvel on your visit.

1.The Sunset Bridge Climb

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The magnificent bridge on the most admirable natural Sydney harbor is the largest steel bridge in the world. The Sydney Harbor Bridge has an arch based design so it is also called "The Coat hanger". Imagine Sydney and you will imagine Sydney Harbor Bridge with recognizable Sydney Opera House in the background.

2.Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Located on Bennelong Point, the building is noted for its distinctive architecture that is easily recognisable (given the proliferation of this design in postcards, posters etc.). A designated UNESCO's World Heritage Site, this building attracts millions of tourists each year.

3.Sydney Opera House

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St Mary's Cathedral, located in Sydney, was built in dedication to the Immaculate Mother of God. It will sure delight those who are interested in architecture. This is because it is known to be the the largest ecclesiastical building with Gothic style in the whole world.

4.ST Mary's Cathedral

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The Bondi Beach is known as the world's most popular beach destination, perfect for those looking to spend their summer vacation. Visitors would surely love the beach as it offers a beautiful view of the sea and fine white sand. Even if it's not summer, the beach is still a place to visit all year long. It features many bars and shops to hang out on or outdoor activities such as walking or whale watching that visitors would be delighted to do.

5.Bondi Beach

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Chinese Garden of Friendship in Sydney truly reflects Chinese culture and heritage. It is not only known for being a symbol of friendship between China and Australia but also because of its serene and tranquil atmosphere. Visitors should check out the garden which will surely make them feel calm.

6.Chinese Garden Of Friendship

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The coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee features stunning views including beaches and parks that offer a place to rest. Along the way, you also see cliffs, bays, and rock pools. There are also cafes, hotels and restaurants which offers dining and takeaways. Although there are some steep gradient paths, generally, the walk is a medium grade urban walk.

7.Bondi To Coogee Coastal Walk

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There are loads of art galleries to choose from in this part of Australia. However, the following places are among the best you can visit. If you're into contemporary art, the hottest scenes are Artspace and Firstdraft. The two galleries are located at Woolloomooloo. Brett Whiteley Studio, on the other hand, contains memorabilia and art of the famous Australian expressionist who passed away at a young age. Campbelltown Arts Centre is the place to be if you're into artistic collaborations. The Art Gallery of New South Wales, however, is considered to be the city's premier venue for the arts.

8.Explore Sydney Art Gallerie

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Home to more than 100 beaches, Sydney is almost unparalleled in the entire world in terms of the quality of its beaches. Most of these beaches are located along the city's Pacific Ocean coastline and are major tourist attractions. Some of the most internationally renowned beaches in the world such as Bondi, Coogee and Manly can all be found in Sydney.

9.Hit The Beache

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With 13000 aquatic animals belonging to 700 species in six million liters of water, Sea Life Sydney Aquarium is the largest collection of Australian marine life and one of the largest aquariums in the world. Among the 14 themed zones of the aquarium is the largest Great Barrier Reef exhibit also. So ready to come face to face with sharks, stingrays, penguins and other fishes in their natural dwelling. One of the best features is the Ocean Tunnel walk which makes you walk with the fishes and animals. You can also dive into the aquarium and swim with the sharks.

10.Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

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