Sydney, Australia Cruise Port

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About Sydney, Australia

Say 'G'day' to one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Stroll along the world-famous Bondi and Watsons Beaches. Tour the Sydney Opera House on Bennelong Point, shop for Aboriginal art, or go on a photographic safari. This diverse land is home to crocodiles, koalas, emus, and, of course, kangaroos.

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karencruiser

I’ve travelled a lot but never sailed out of Sydney harbour before ( I live there). Wow. It IS so beautiful and not to be missed. Even got up early to see it again as we came home. So much to see in Sydney too for visitors. Couldn’t get many places in the world where you get off the ship and straight into the city. So easy!!!

sharonsarkisian

Add a couple of nights to stay in the heart of Sydney. The Circular Quay area is next to the main port with convenient access to Sydney's excellent water taxis and Train systems. It walking distance to them, plus walking distance to the iconic Sydney Opera House, botanical gardens, and the Rocks (shopping/dining).

Visited: Jan 28, 2017

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Estpete

my old home town........ best city in the world, the harbour....the harbour bridge.....the opera house....the ferries ....the zoo....the beaches.....the food......the people

Visited: Apr 03, 2018

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Dodsie

HOME!!!! - a great place to visit and an even better place to live

johnnierainey

Whats not to like? As with San Francisco, Auckland, HongKong etc we were there for two days. Yes, we visited the bridge, the opera house, blue mountains, Featherdale Park (kangaroos and much more) , Manly beach etc. Too much to do, so little time

Visited: Jan 02, 2017

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