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Manly

Manly is another famous beach in Sydney and is on par with Bondi. Facing the Tasman Sea, the long white beach is suitable for swimming, surfing, diving, snorkelling and fishing. In addition, the Manly cycleway is a great place for cyclists and joggers to exercise. Close to the Manly Wharf is the Oceanworld Manly, exhibiting more than just sharks and turtles, and is a place for the whole family.

There are about 10 more beaches north of Manly and those are watersport lovers' paradises as well. Long Reef and Narrabeen are great for surfing, kayaking, sailing, golf and more.
Transportation:By ferry from Circular Quay
Attraction:Ocean World Manly
Opens from 10.00am to 5.30pm daily, closed on Christmas Day
Admission fee is AUD$17.95 per adult, and cheaper for children or seniors


Taronga Zoo

Koala Park Sanctuary

Built on a hillside overlooking the Sydney Harbour, the Taronga Zoo has over 300 species and 2500 animals, including kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, platypuses, pelicans, snakes, giraffes, sheep, elephants, lions, tigers, and more from Australia and overseas. The adorable and lovely koalas can be touched and photographed at Koala Park Sanctuary. The sanctuary also houses colourful peacocks, rainbow lorikeets, emus, kangaroos and wombats.
Address:Bradley's Head Road Mosman, Sydney, NSW 2088
Enquiry:61-2-9969-2777
Transportation:By ferry from Circular Quay
Hours:9.00am to 5.00pm daily including Christmas Day
Fees:AUD$30.00 per adult, and cheaper for children or seniors
Website:http://www.zoo.nsw.gov.au/
Address:84 Castle Hill Rd, West Pennant Hills, Sydney, NSW 2125
Enquiry:61-2-9484 3141
Hours:9.00am to 5.00pm daily including Christmas Day
Fees:AUD$19.00 per adult, and cheaper for children or seniors
Website:http://www.koalaparksanctuary.com.au/

Milsons Point

Milsons Point connects North Sydney and Sydney City by Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Harbour Tunnel. The Sydney Harbour Bridge walkway is easily accessible by stairs next to the Milsons Point Station.

Luna Park, on the waterfront and only a few minutes walk from Milsons Point Station, is Sydney's premier entertainment venue. The park opened in 1935 and is home to numerous games, rides and wheels. The view to Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge is purely magnificent. At night, Luna Park is lighted like a Crystal Palace and is one of the most attractive sites in Sydney Harbour.
Transportation:By ferry from Circular Quay, or by train to Milsons Point Station
Attraction:Luna Park
Opens from around 11.00am to 6.00pm daily. Please visit the website for more details.
Entry is free but ticket is required for each individual ride and games.

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