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There’s a fabulous charity run every winter from Hyde Park to Bondi Beach on streets, waterfront, and cliffs. It’s one of the world’s most popular road races, and the 14-km course is so good, it’s worth doing year-round. People dress in crazy costumes and do stunts to raise awareness for causes and surf lifesaving. You can find a map on the race’s website. The big hill about three quarters of the way to Bondi is called Heartbreak Hill, and it’s the undoing of many unsuspecting runners’ lead, so pace yourself. The good news is once you’re over that, it’s basically downhill to Bondi. Ocean and cliff views will distract you all the way to the beach.
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Australia’s oldest park is also one of its most well-known. Hyde Park offers 16 hectares of wide open space in the heart of central Sydney.
The best place for a walk or picnic. Great seats and lovely green space. My favourite is the fountain.
You can walk around and enjoy the parks layout, sculptures, water features or visit the Memorial Barracks Museum.
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“With its 309 m high, Sydney Tower is the city's tallest building and one of its great landmarks. Lifts are taking visitors right to the observation desk at the top, also called, Skywalk. On this glass-floor viewing platform, sightseers have incredible views of Sydney and its surrounding suburbs. The revolving restaurants or the café are great places to drink or eat a bit. Finally, the 4D cinema experience provides an overview of the city's major icons.”
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“While technically part of the Central Business District (CBD), Sydney’s lush Royal Botanic Gardens border Woolloomooloo. Nearby spots worthy of a visit include the Domain parkland (which houses Sydney’s longest moving walkway beneath it) and the Andrew (Boy) Charlton Pool, where you can practice your front crawl with spectacular views of the harbour. If you fancy a stroll, head deeper into the Botanic Gardens to wander through tropical hothouses and past trees teeming with fruit bats.”
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“Take the tram to one of Sydney's most family friendly tourist attractions. so much to do: Aquarium, Maritime Museum, Children's playground and water play, wide open spaces for scooters and bikes!”
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“It’s a rare chance that you’ll have the opportunity to explore a completely empty Opera House theatre. On this tour, you’ll be able to visit all of the main theatres (dependant on if there are shows on) – from the majestic Concert Hall to the quaint Drama Theatre and, if you’re lucky, get a sneak peek of a rehearsal. You’ll walk along the outside of the Opera House, past roped off areas and learn all there is to know about Sydney’s famous House of art and culture. Discover what inspired the Danish architect Jorn Utzon to enter the international competition to design the Opera House; where his idea to create a sail-like building came from, and how and why the building was declared ‘unbuildable’ by engineers. Find out where the materials to build the Opera House came from and run your hands along a few of the million white ceramic tiles that make up the glistening exterior. The tour goes for approximately one hour and there is plenty of time to take photos and revel in the beauty of this phenomenal building. The tour guides are incredibly knowledgeable and, more importantly, come bearing a microphone and individual headsets so you don’t have to worry about being out of earshot for any important info.”
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“Westfield Sydney is a shopping centre located beneath the Sydney Tower in the Sydney central business district. It is located on Pitt Street Mall and is adjacent to the Mid City Centre, The Strand Arcade and Stockland Glasshouse. It is the largest shopping centre by area in Sydney - your one-stop hub for shopping, fun & relaxation.”
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