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The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, Australia. Located on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour, it is widely regarded as one of the world's most famous and distinctive buildings and a masterpiece of 20th-century architecture. The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge in Sydney, spanning Sydney Harbour from the central business district to the North Shore. The view of the bridge, the harbour, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is widely regarded as an iconic image of Sydney, and of Australia itself..

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is a public aquarium that features a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 700 species comprising more than 13,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia's water habitats.

Wild Life Sydney Zoo is a wildlife park in the Darling Harbour precinct, on the western edge of the Sydney central business district, Australia. Opened in September 2006, the zoo is located adjacent to a leisure and retail precinct that includes the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and Madame Tussauds Sydney.

Wentworth Falls

Unatamo Falls (on the way to Wentworth Falls)

Sublime Point Lookout offers 180 degree views over the sea, the rainforest and the 17 beaches that span the coastline to Wollongong. The lookout offers some of the best views of the Illawarra escarpment, plain and coastline.

Gordon Falls

The Pool of Siloam

Echo Point lookout in Katoomba is on the traditional land of the Gundungurra and Darug people. Perched on the edge of the escarpment, it has panoramic views of the Jamison Valley and the iconic Three Sisters. It is the gateway to many great walks, from the easy pathway out to the Three Sisters to the more challenging Giant Stairway that leads you down almost 1,000 stairs to the valley floor.

Katoomba Falls

Govetts Leap lookout will give you iconic Blue Mountains views, including sandstone escarpments, sheer cliff walls, the deep canyons of the Grose Valley, and tall waterfalls. It's one of the most famous lookouts in Australia. The magnificent Bridal Veil waterfall to the east drops 180m to the base of the cliff.

Minerva Pool, in Dharawal National Park, is a sacred site on the land of the Dharawal People. This is a culturally significant sight to the Tharawal local Aboriginal Land Council. As part of the Aboriginal culture, only women and children are invited to enter these waters.

Jingga Pool via Jingga Track is a short but very steep bushwalk in Dharawal National Park that leads to a beautiful natural waterhole and a small waterfall.

Bulli Lookout has awesome views of the surrounding landscape and worth the journey up here.

Maddens Falls

Wattamolla Falls and Beach

Cockatoo Island was a meeting place for Sydney’s First Nations Peoples, who know it as Wareamah. From the mid-nineteenth century, it was reshaped for different uses. The island was the site of a convict gaol from 1839 to 1869 and a major shipbuilding and repair facility from 1857 to 1991, and dock workers supported the Allied powers during both World Wars. Additionally, between 1871 and 1911, the island hosted educational institutions for boys and girls. These included an industrial training school for girls, a reformatory for young women and nautical school ships for boys.

Taronga Zoo is a zoo located in the suburb of Mosman, on the shores of Sydney Harbour. Taronga is an Aboriginal word meaning "beautiful view". Divided into various zoo geographic regions, the 28-hectare (69-acre) Taronga Zoo Sydney is home to more than 2,600 animals of approximately 150 different species.

Two Creeks Track

Hunts Creek Reserve

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