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Sydney Travel Guide - Sydney page 1 Max: 17.89999961 8530273 C When To Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Max: 17.20000076 2939453 C Min: 7.900000095 367432 C Rain: 56.7000007629394 5mm Aug Jan Pleasant weather. Carry Light woollen, umbrella. Max: 26.89999961 8530273 C Famous For : City Min: 19.39999961 8530273 C Rain: 75.5mm The oldest and largest cosmopolitan of Australia, Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales. Like any other metropolis, it is a dynamic mix of various cultures and ethnicities. Surrounded by the ocean, a fact that the Sydneysiders take full advantage of, you can indulge in water sports, surfing or plain old swimming whenever the mood strikes you. One of the most visited cities of the world, Sydney has earned the reputation of being one of the most beautiful and liveable cities. It is the only other city in Australia apart from Brisbane, to have exclusive presence in all the four main codes of Australian football. Recognized for its gay community, the famous Mardi Gras festival is celebrated here in the first weekend of March with throngs of people from Autralia and overseas joining in the celebrations. Max: 26.70000076 2939453 C Min: 19.5 C Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Max: 18.70000076 2939453 C Min: 8.699999809 265137 C Rain: 63.7000007629394 5mm Sep Feb Pleasant weather. Carry Light woollen, umbrella. This Pdf and its contents are copyright 2013,, all rights reserved. ixigo logo, the character and all other marks displayed herein are registered and/or common law trademarks of and/or third parties. Rain: 111.0mm Jul VISIT Famous for the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, this is one of the major alpha cities of the world. A melting pot of world class dining, shopping and blitzy nightlife, this harbour city is sure to add a 'wow factor' to your holiday. Min: 9.100000381 469727 C Rain: 126.099998474121 1mm Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Max: 21.10000038 1469727 C Min: 11.0 C Rain: 66.5mm Oct Mar Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen. Pleasant weather. Carry Light woollen, umbrella. Max: 23.39999961 8530273 C Max: 25.29999923 7060547 C Min: 17.79999923 7060547 C Rain: 80.4000015258789 mm Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Min: 14.60000038 1469727 C Rain: 98.3000030517578 1mm Nov Max: 24.10000038 1469727 C Min: 15.69999980 9265137 C Rain: 65.8000030517578 1mm Dec Pleasant weather. Carry Light woollen, umbrella. May Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Max: 20.29999923 7060547 C Rain: 46.4000015258789 06mm Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Apr Max: 23.0 C Min: 13.60000038 1469727 C Min: 11.80000019 0734863 C Rain: 101.0mm Jun Cold weather. Carry Heavy woollen, umbrella. Max: 26.20000076 2939453 C Min: 18.0 C What To Rain: 65.5999984741211 mm

Sydney Travel Guide - SEE 5 Sights -lp-1139225 1 Sydney Opera House Sydney Opera House Bennelong Point, NSW , Sydney A multi-venue performing arts centre, Sydney Opera House's name is almost synonymous to its city. It will not be wrong to call this as the busiest performing arts centre as it gives a stage to around 1500 performances each year. It provides a venue for majorly four resident companies, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Theatre Company, The Australian Ballet and the Opera Australia. The place not only houses so much of creativity but is also one of the major attractions of the city recording around 7 million people as visitors every year. No wonder, it was announced a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2007. Located close to the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge, the attraction is known for its contemporary and unique architecture. The structure is supposed to be one of the best exhibitions of modern expressionist design and is considered to be among the most distinctive buildings of the 20th century. Not only large state of the art stages, but the buildings also has recording studios, restaurants/cafes, retail outlets and bars/pubs. If you are awestruck by the beauty of the place and not able to understand what to do next then there are guided tours available for your help. There are tours that include a frequent visit of the front-of-house spaces; there is also a daily tour that takes visitors backstage which is otherwise only restricted to crew members and performers. The place is famous for its first time performances. The attractions was formally opened by Elizabeth II, the queen of Australia and the opening ceremony included the performance of famous Beethoven's Symphony No. 9. During the 2000 Summer Olympics, the Opera House acted as a focal point for many of the trialthon activities. 2 Bondi Beach page 2 Bondi Beach , Sydney Known to host musical shows and numerous winter festivals, (the Kite Festival being the most popular one), the Bondi Beach is probably what can be called the melting pot of Sydney. Complete with glittering golden sand, a thrilling surf and a vibrant village experience, Bondi is one place where tourists and locals come together to enjoy the best part of our lives, relaxation. When at the Bondi Beach, you can head into the ocean for a swim. The coast is watched by experienced and skilled life guards, and weather be willing, there's hardly a better place for a chilled out swim. You can also take lessons in surfing  at the Bondi Beach, where the appropriate costumes and equipment are available on hire. For more information on this activity, you can get in touch with the Pavillion. You can also buy a lot of souvenirs and other knick knacks when at Bondi! What's more, the place has more than 100 cafes, restaurants and bars, to ensure each of your hunger pang is well taken care of. Head to the place for a fun filled day! 3 Taronga Zoo Taronga Zoo, Bradleys Head Road, Mosman NSW , Sydney Situated on the shores of the famous Sydney Harbour, Taronga Zoo is a not-tomiss attraction while you are in Sydney. Nestled in lush greenery which spreads up to 52 acre, the zoo houses more than 2600 animals of almost 340 species. The most interesting thing about the place is that it hosts several shows like Seal Show, Freeflight bird show, Spider talk, Giraffe Keeper Talk, Koala Encounter and more. The whole experience is exciting and learning for the visitors. It also has a rustic bridge which acts as the connecting channel for crossing the natural gully in the zoo. In its early days, the bridge looked like a romantic pathway with complete isolation. The zoo has ferry services which are a recommended way of travelling to the zoo and it offers some nice views of the surroundings. 4 Darling Harbour

Sydney Travel Guide - New South Wales, Australia Darling Harbour, one of the most prominent tourist attractions of Sydney, is a mecca for fun lovers and people who want to have a gala time on their visit. It has almost everything you could ask for- Harbourside Shopping Centre for the shopaholics, Sydney Entertainment Centre, Tumbalong Park where you can indulge in loads of activities, Australian National Maritime Museum which is worth taking a look at as it has a nice range of museum ships and The Darling Hotel & Spa where you can destress yourself with the best aromatic therapies. Then there are other attractions as well, including Sydney Wildlife World, The LG IMAX theatre which boasts of having the largest screen across globe, The Star Casino and Entertainment Complex, Chinese Garden of Friendship and Paddy's Markets. With all this and more, rest be assured that you are going to step out of this place with lifetime memories and a big smile on your face! 5 Hillsong Church 188 Young Street, Waterloo, Sydney, Australia A Pentecostal mega church credited with Australian Christian Churches,  Hillsong Church was founded by Brian and Bobbie Houston during the year 1983. It runs 12 extension services across Sydney and many churches are joining the services everyday. Talking about the church's ideologies, its beliefs are Pentecostal and Evangelical as it holds Bible as authoritative and accurate where faith is concerned and that Jesus connected humanity to the almighty through his death and resurrection. page 3 Various places in Central Business district, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Tsuru (Japanese word meaning: crane) is the brainchild of Elyn Tse who spent a lot of time travelling in Asia, and fell in love with the Asian street food. She decided to bring the versatality of Asian street food in Sydney and give it some tweaks in terms of taste and presentation to suit the local palette, and so Tsuru was born. 3 60 Riley St, Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia 61-2-9698 4355 Where To 113-115 Oxford St, Sydney NSW 2010, Australia 5 Places Tsuru Red Lantern on Riley Cantina Mobil The church manages a number of ministries along with weekend services as well as events. It is divided into several segments including Hillsong Kids, Hillsong Youth, Hillsong Sisterhood and Hillsong City care. You will discover a lot more when you are here so don't miss visiting this church on your Sydney trip. 1 Now, they are always on the move and you can get hold of them just by dialing up their number. you can call them to your party and spice up the event. Also, if you see them stop at any corner of the streets in Sydney, make sure to buy yourself some addictive Maxican food.  The Pork Belly buns, Chicken Satay and the Pandan pancake are a must try. 2 Eat started operating from 2011, initially serving Dee Why and Curl Curl beaches. 61-452-639426 Cantina Mobil offers delectable Maxican food on their truck. Starting from quick bites to yummy deserts, you get it all in the food truck of Cantina. Hailing from the Northern beaches of Sydney, this awesome food truck Red Lantern on Riley is a designer boutique restaurant with the French Colonial Vietnamese feel. Come here to binge in to the creative and innovative food that is made by some of the best chefs in the town. You can have your choice between the a la carte  and the series of tasting menus. This place not only tingles your taste

Sydney Travel Guide - buds with the delectable food but also the top notch atmosphere that makes you feel cozy.  The Vietnamese cuisine is the best in this restaurant. Something as simple as creamy pumpkin velouté or fiddly, clarified iced tomato soup can be turned into the perfect dinner here with the classy presentation.  4 winning menu and nice interiors, Medusa Greek Taverna is the place to be if you want to spend some relaxed time over refreshing drinks and mouth watering cuisine. 5 Quay Restaurant Medusa Greek Taverna Upper Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal/5 Hickson Rd, The Rocks, NSW 2000, Australia 61-2925-15600 Medusa Greek Taverna 2 Market Street NSW , Sydney 61-2-9267-0799 Located at 2 Market Street, Medusa Greek Taverna is a hot favorite for its authentic flavours of Greek cuisine and you will be happy to hear that items on menu are prepared with utmost love and care and no wonder, the outcome is simply awesome. They have an assorted range of wines so if you would like to complement your meal with a glass of wine, just order it from the menu. With excellent client service, an award- Quay Restaurant, situated in the dress circle of the harbour, has some of Sydney’s most spectacular views, sweeping from the Opera House to the Harbour Bridge. It is owned by Leon Fink, and is run by chef Peter Gilmore. Peter’s use of texture and his exploration of nature’s diversity are key elements to his continually evolving original style. It has been included in The World's 50 Best Restaurants since 2009 and has won several awards in Australia. The restaurant has several signature dishes, including the "Snow Egg", an egg-shaped poached meringue with an ice cream centre, which is coated in a sweet tuile by using a blow torch.The menu's Asian influences include sashimi of bluefin tuna served with a horseradish cream and wasabi flowers in white tea jelly.  page 4

Sydney Travel Guide - Quick LOCATE See A: Sydney Opera House B: Bondi Beach C: Taronga Zoo D: Darling Harbour E: Hillsong Church Food F: Tsuru G: Cantina Mobil H: Red Lantern on Riley I: Medusa Greek Taverna J: Quay Restaurant page 5

1 Sydney Opera House Sydney Opera House Bennelong Point, NSW , Sydney A multi-venue performing arts centre, Sydney Opera House's name is almost synonymous to its city. It will not be wrong to call this as the busiest performing arts centre as it gives a stage to around 1500 performances each year. It provides a venue for majorly four resident .

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