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Top 10 Must Do Day Trips From Sydney

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Are you thinking about going on a day trip away from Sydney? What exactly is out there once you eventually manage to escape from the never-ending suburbs of ...

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17 Fun Things To Do In Brisbane At Night

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So you've been pounding the streets of Brisbane during the day and have taken in all the interesting sights the fantastically cultural Australian city has to of...

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5 Barossa Valley Wineries Perfect for Tasting Tours

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Barossa Valley is only an hour from Adelaide, and home to some of Australia’s best vineyards. Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or simply a lover of fine wi...

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Top 10 Must Do Day Trips from Brisbane

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Looking for the best day trips out of Brisbane? No need to look far because Queensland's capital city is in the perfect position for day trips of any kind, w...

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Ten Romantic Things To Do In Melbourne

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Looking for something romantic to do in Melbourne? You're in the right place. Melbourne may not rank as high as Paris on the romantic city scale, but there's...

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1. XXXX Brewery

  • XXXX Brewery PhotosXXXX has been a part of Australia’s culture since 1877, following a journey from the humblest of beginnings to its current place
  • Adults $32, Children $18
  • +61 7 3361 7597
  • XXXX Brewery Tours, Black Street, Milton, Queensland, Australia
  • 9:30am-9:30pm
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2. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

  • SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, formerly known as the Sydney Aquarium, is an attraction in the Darling Harbour area of Sydney. Designed by Australian architects
  • Adults $28, Child $19.60
  • 61 1800 199 657
  • SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Wheat Road, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Daily 9:30am-6pm
  • Website
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3. Rottnest Island

  • Located just 18 kilometres off the coast of Fremantle in Western Australia, Rottnest Island is a popular holiday destination for local Perth residents,
  • Adult $85, Concession $75, Child $48.50, Family $221
  • +61 8 9372 9732
  • Rottnest Island, Western Australia, Australia
  • Never closed
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4. Old Melbourne Gaol

  • For a realistic experience of what prison life was like in the 19th century, Old Melbourne Gaol gives visitors a true taste of what sentenced criminals
  • Adult $25, Concession $20, Child $13.50
  • +61 3 8663 7228
  • Old Melbourne Gaol, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Daily 9:30am-5pm
  • Website
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5. MCG – Melbourne Cricket Ground

  • The Melbourne Cricket Ground, usually referred to as the MCG (or colloquially ‘the G’), is one of Australia’s greatest sporting grounds.
  • Adult $20, Child $10; Sporting events vary
  • +61 3 9657 8888
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground, Brunton Avenue, Richmond, Victoria, Australia
  • Tours: Daily 10am-3pm (Gate 3); Closed on Good Friday, Melbourne Cup Day, Christmas Day and major MCG event days
  • Website
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6. WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

  • WILDLIFE Sydney Zoo is a unique inner city zoo attraction in the heart of Darling Harbour. Different from most zoo attractions, the WILDLIFE Sydney Zoo
  • Adults $28, Child $19
  • 61 1800 206 158
  • WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Daily 9:30am-6pm
  • Website
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7. Chinese Garden of Friendship

  • The Chinese Garden of Friendship, located at the south end of Darling Harbour, is a symbol of friendship between Sydney and Guangzhou in China. A walk
  • Adult $6, Child $3
  • Chinese Garden of Friendship, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Daily 9:30am-5pm
  • Website
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8. Mystery Island

    Mystery Island, just south of Aneityum, is part of the Tanna Islands region in Vanuatu. Its crystal clear waters provide fantastic opptunities for snorkelling.
  • Free
  • Mystery Island, Vanuatu

9. Te Puia

  • Set on 70 hectares in the stunning Te Whakarewarewa Valley, Te Puia is a place dedicated to preserving the culture, customs, arts, and history of the Maori
  • Adults: $49.90; Children: $25.00; Family Pass: $135.00
  • + 64 7 348 9047
  • Te Puia, Rotorua, Bay Of Plenty, New Zealand
  • Summer (Late September-Early April): 8am-6pm; Winter (Early April-Late September): 8am-5pm.
  • Website
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10. Wave Rock

  • Towering about the barren landscape of the Western Australian wheat belt, Wave Rock is a prehistoric rock formation like few that exist anywhere else.
  • $10 Parking Fee
  • Wave Rock, Lovering Road, Hyden, Western Australia, Australia
  • 9am - 5pm
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11. Werribee Open Range Zoo

  • Werribee Open Range Zoo offers visitors a unique opportunity to see wildlife from Africa, North America, Asia and Australia, roaming free on 200 hectares
  • Adult $26.10, Children $12.90
  • 1300 966 784
  • Werribee Open Range Zoo, Werribee South, Victoria, Australia
  • Daily 9am-5pm
  • Website
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12. Rundle Mall

  • The major shopping centre of Adelaide, Rundle Mall hosts about 400,000 customers every week and more than 80% of visitors to the city end up here at some
  • Free
  • +61 8 8203 7200
  • Rundle Mall, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily 9am-7pm; Weekends 9am-5pm
  • Website
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13. Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne

  • The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne is globally recognised and is located close to Melbourne’s centre on the south bank of the Yarra River. Consisting
  • Free
  • +61 3 9252 2300
  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Daily 7:30am-sunset
  • Website
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14. Lifou

    Lifou is one of New Caledonia’s best snorkeling islands. If you’re not a great swimmer, there are also a number of pleasant walking trails
  • Free
  • Lifou, Loyalty Islands Province, New Caledonia
  • Daily

15. Phillip Island Chocolate Factory

  • The Phillip Island Chocolate Factory isn’t just the sweetest thing on Phillip Island, it’s also one of the most interesting man-made attractions.
  • Adults $15, Child $10
  • Phillip Island Chocolate Factory, Phillip Island Road, Newhaven, Victoria, Australia
  • 9am-5pm Daily; 9am-6pm Oct-March
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16. Ayers Rock (Uluru)

  • Uluru, sometimes referred to as Ayers Rock, is an enormous sandstone rock formation located in the southernmost part of the Northern Territory. Situated
  • $25 for a 3-day park pass
  • Ayers Rock, Petermann, Northern Territory, Australia
  • 7am - 6pm (Cultural Centre)
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17. Australia Zoo

  • Easily Australia’s most recognisable zoo, Australia Zoo is an attraction deeply embedded in the history and popular culture of the country, and it’s
  • Adult $59; Child $35; Family of 4 $172
  • +61 7 5436 2000
  • Australia Zoo, Sunshine Coast, Beerwah, Queensland, Australia
  • 9am–5pm
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18. Bondi Beach

  • Bondi Beach is a popular, and very well-known, beach located in Sydney. It’s about 7km east of the city centre and is an ideal spot to enjoy on a
  • Free
  • Bondi Beach, New South Wales, Australia
  • Daily
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19. Taronga Zoo

  • Taronga Zoo is a city zoo located in Sydney. The zoo, which is managed by the Zoological Parks Board of New South Wales is home to some 2,600 animals from
  • $23 – $46
  • 61 2 9969 2777
  • Bradleys Head Rd, Mosman, NSW, 2088, Australia
  • Daily 9:30am – 4:30pm
  • Website
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20. Tjibaou Cultural Center

  • Opened in 1998, the Tjibaou Cultural Centre is a representation of the Kanak indigenous people in New Caledonia. Inspired by the Kanak’s  traditional
  • Adults - 500 XPF
  • 41 45 45
  • Centre Culturel Jean-Marie Tjibaou, Noumea, New Caledonia
  • Tue-Sun: 9am-5pm; closed public holidays
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21. The Olgas (Kata Tjuta)

  • The Olgas, which is now almost unanimously referred to as Kata Tjuta, is a large, domed rock formation located around 360 kilometres from Alice Springs
  • $25/three-day park pass
  • The Olgas Viewing Area, Petermann, Northern Territory, Australia
  • Cultural Centre 7am-6pm
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22. Mele Cascade Waterfalls

    The Mele Cascades is a standout waterfall attraction in Vila. Visitors can enjoy an easy 15 minute bushwalk towards the waterfall while admiring the natural
  • Adults - 2000vt ($25) children - 1000vt ($15)
  • Mele Maat, Shefa Province, Vanuatu
  • 9am-5pm

23. Serpentine Falls

  • Serpentine Falls is located within the Serpentine National Park, some 55 kilometres south east of Perth. The falls are the main feature of the park, and
  • Entrance Fee $12/vehicle, Concession $6/vehicle
  • +61 (0)8 9290 6100
  • Serpentine Falls, Falls Road, Serpentine, Western Australia, Australia
  • 8:30am - 5pm
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24. Dreamworld

  • Get your fill of Australian thrills at Australia’s biggest theme park: Dreamworld. Home to over 50 rides and attractions, separated into eight ‘worlds’,
  • from $85
  • Dreamworld, Coomera, Queensland, Australia
  • Daily 10am-5pm
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25. Featherdale Wildlife Park

  • Featherdale Wildlife Park is one of Australia’s best privately owned wildlife parks, located in the Doonside area of New South Wales. Known as Sydney’s
  • Adults $29,50, Children $16
  • 61 2 9622 1644
  • Featherdale Wildlife Park, Kildare Road, Doonside, New South Wales, Australia
  • Daily 9am-5pm
  • Website
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26. Queen Victoria Building (QVB)

  • The Queen Victoria Building, known by locals as QVB, is a famous historical building in Sydney CBD that is home to a variety of boutique stores and cafes.
  • Free
  • 61 2 9265 6800
  • 455 George St, Sydney, NSW, 2000, Australia
  • Mon-Sat 9am-6pm; Sun 11am-5pm
  • Website
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27. John Forrest National Park

    The John Forrest National Park, which was originally declared a conservation reserve in 1898, is Western Australia’s oldest national park. Located
  • Entry Cost $12/vehicle; Concession $6/vehicle
  • +61 8 9295 0202
  • John Forrest National Park, Hovea, Western Australia, Australia
  • Mon - Friday 8:30am - 3:30pm; Weekends 9am - 5pm

28. WACA Ground

  • Since the 1890s the Western Australian Cricket Association Ground, or the WACA Ground, has been the home of cricket in Western Australia. The historical
  • Adult $15, Concession $12.50, Child $5
  • +61 8 9265 7222
  • WACA Ground, East Perth, Western Australia, Australia
  • 9am - 4:30pm
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29. Eureka Skydeck 88

  • Those looking to see Melbourne from a new perspective will find everything they’re looking for at the Eureka Skydeck 88. Situated nearly 300 metres
  • Adult $19.60, Child $11
  • +61 3 9693 8888
  • Eureka Skydeck 88
  • 10am - 10pm
  • Website
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30. Kangaroo Island

  • Australia’s third largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island, Kangaroo Island is located 112 kilometres south-west of Adelaide. The island
  • Return Ferry: Adult $98; Child $50
  • +61 8 8553 1185
  • Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia
  • Daily
  • Website
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