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Canberra

the relatively small, purpose-built national capital of Australia is home to plenty of museums

258km

-35.2827149.1313

Brisbane

capital city of Queensland, Australia

648km

-27.472778153.027778
Sights

Seymour Centre

4.0km

-33.8886151.1935

Sydney Fish Market

5.0km

-33.86666667151.18333333

Powerhouse Museum

science museum in Sydney, Australia

5.1km

-33.877898151.199573

Belvoir St Theatre

5.4km

-33.88888889151.20916667

Darling Harbour

recreational and pedestrian precinct on the western edge of the Sydney central business district

5.4km

-33.8723151.19896

Sydney Tower

architectural structure

6.3km

-33.87045556151.20888889

Darlinghurst Theatre

6.5km

-33.878659151.216067

State Library of New South Wales

Central library for the state of New South Wales, Australia

7.0km

-33.86611111151.21333333

Circular Quay

locality in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

7.1km

-33.861151.211

Art Gallery of New South Wales

public art gallery in Sydney

7.1km

-33.868686151.217144

Sydney Theatre Company

arts organisation in Australia

7.2km

-33.855087151.205757

Sydney Conservatorium of Music

music faculty of the University of Sydney

7.2km

-33.863455151.214353

Sydney Opera House

multi-venue performing arts centre in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

7.5km

-33.85861111151.21416667

Sydney Harbour Bridge

bridge across Sydney Harbour in Australia

7.7km

-33.85222222151.21055556

Mrs Macquarie's Chair

8.1km

-33.85946667151.22220278

Bradleys Head

Take a ferry to Taronga Zoo wharf and then head to your right along the promontory. There's pristine bushland (almost unchanged from the time of European colonisation), quiet beaches, and knockout views across the harbour, and in the warmer months you'll spot plenty of Eastern Water Dragons, a type of large lizard. Once you reach the tip of the headland, you can either amble back to the wharf or - if you're feeling more ambitious - follow the track several more kilometres to Clifton Gardens, ogling the gigantic houses along the way. From there, you can either hike all the way back to Taronga or get a bus to a ferry wharf.

10km

-33.8525151.24583333

Bondi Beach

suburb in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

12km

-33.89102151.277726

Sydney Olympic Park

suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

12km

-33.84801151.06488

Woronora

locality in New South Wales, Australia

16km

-34.026151.044

Manly, New South Wales

suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

17km

-33.7962151.2827

Parramatta

suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

20km

-33.815151.00111111

Blue Mountains (New South Wales)

96km

-33.71805556150.31055556

Newcastle, New South Wales

city in New South Wales, Australia

113km

-32.91666667151.75

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Sydney

Australia
Sydney is the Harbour City. It is the largest, oldest and most cosmopolitan city in Australia with an enviable reputation as one of the world's most beautiful and liveable cities. Brimming with history, nature, culture, art, fashion, cuisine and design, it is set next to miles of ocean coastline and sandy surf beaches. The city is also home to the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, two of the most iconic structures on the planet.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

28°C18
Precipitation: 93 mm

Feb

28°C18
Precipitation: 103 mm

Mar

26°C16
Precipitation: 100 mm

Apr

24°C13
Precipitation: 86 mm

May

21°C10
Precipitation: 66 mm

Jun

18°C7
Precipitation: 81 mm

Jul

17°C5
Precipitation: 45 mm

Aug

19°C6
Precipitation: 51 mm

Sep

22°C9
Precipitation: 44 mm

Oct

24°C12
Precipitation: 59 mm

Nov

25°C14
Precipitation: 78 mm

Dec

27°C17
Precipitation: 68 mm