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Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery of New South Wales (Art Gallery Road, The Domain, Sydney) – located a short distance from Sydney Harbour, this museum has five levels of art, which includes collections of Aboriginal works, as well as European and Asian art and artifacts. This, along with local and international contemporary art. Admission: free (except for special […]

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Ballina Byron Gateway Airport

It is a small regional airport located in ballina, New South Wales and serves Ballina and the nearby village of Byron Bay, a twenty minute drive north of the Airport. Ballina Airport has a bus service that operates steadily except for Christmas day.  

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Allphones Arena

Allphones Arena (Olympic Blvd., Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney) – this 21,000-seat arena is actually a large entertainment and sporting complex in Sydney (completed in 1999 in time for the 2000 Summer Olympics there). It is also known as Sydney Super Dome. Along with holding sporting events like basketball and tennis, it’s best known for various […]

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Cairns Airport

It is the largest airport in the North Queensland Region. It is situated between the Great Barrier Reef and the Rainforest. For many of the visitors, this is the starting point of your tour of Australia. annually, The airport has a traffic of 4 million passengers circulating on both Terminals. One of them operates on […]

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A Tavola

A Tavola (348 Victoria St, Darlinghurst, Sydney) — A Tavola was established in 2007 in buzzing Darlinghurst district by chef owner Eugenio Maiale. A Tavola quickly earned a reputation of being one of Sydney’s best places to go for authentic Italian pasta. The long marble table is filled with loyal and regular diners – all […]

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Blu Bar on 36

Blu Bar on 36 (Shangri-La Hotel, 36/176 Cumberland St, Sydney) – this is a trendy bar located on the 36th floor of the Shangri-La Hotel in The Rocks area of Sydney. The fact that this spot offers spectacular views of both Darling and Sydney harbors makes Blu Bar a tourist attraction in its own right.