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Sydney TreeTop Safari: the ultimate S...

by on 27/08/2014 - 09:07 am
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All travellers are attracted to Sydney TreeTop Safari’s unique adventure in the Australian bush, which exercises both mind and body. This unique guided tour features a series of easy suspension bridges and flying foxes (zip lines) and culminates in an exhilarating 360 metre flying fox: the second longest in Australia! Soar above the tree canopy and experience breathtaking views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Blue Mountains. Learn about the Cumberland Woodland Plain, a Critically Endangered Ecological Community, animals and Aboriginal history of the area with your knowledgeable guides, whilst enjoying a thrilling journey.
Sydney TreeTop Safari is an easy 40 mi ...

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Walk In Beauty

by on 21/08/2014 - 10:11 am
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Get ready for a performance like you've never seen before!
"Walk In Beauty" is a dance drama piece layering original music, images, choreography and dance, voice, and ancient and modern poetries. A homage to humanity and the earth. Twelve parts in 60 minutes.

You're not going to want to miss this amazing show directed by Geoffrey Sykes.

Book your tickets here >>

Festival of Dangerous Ideas

by on 21/08/2014 - 10:04 am
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The Festival of Dangerous Ideas (FODI) is part of the year-round Ideas at the House program of the Sydney Opera House, presented in association with St James Ethics Centre. Over 30th and 31st August, leading thinkers and culture creators from around the world will take to the stage to bring contentious ideas to the fore and challenge mainstream thought and opinion.

You can find out more about Festival of Dangerous Ideas here >>

Sydney Tower Eye Stair Challenge

by on 19/08/2014 - 04:50 pm
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Sydney Tower Eye have officially raised over $100,000 for their charity partner Giant Steps! The event is not until this Sunday, there is still plenty of time to get on-board and sign up to run, walk, or crawl 1,504 steps to assist children with autism.

As a bonus this year, they've added the new category of Fancy Dress. Whether you sign up for a solo run, or grab the family or some friends.

In 2013, over 800 participants climbed from the city to the sky via 1,504 steps to the Observation Deck at the Sydney Tower Eye, and raised over $75,000 for our charity partner Giant Steps. This year over 1,000 people will attempt to make their way from Pitt St Mall, to Sydney's best vantage point, ...

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Under Sea Art Exhibition

by on 18/08/2014 - 08:20 am
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Head down to Cockle Bay to visit Alphie the 5 metre tall, 15 metre long turtle swam into Sydney Harbour and took residence in Cockle Bay at Darling Harbour. He is here all month to support our Undersea Art Exhibition!

The turtle - which will take residence floating in Cockle Bay for the next month - has arrived to celebrate a new underwater art exhibit unveiled at SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium; Undersea Art Exhibition Sydney.

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium’s Great Barrier Reef exhibit has been transformed into a thalassic art gallery with a stunning collection of single-edition prints curated amongst the aquarium’s diverse collection of marine species. This combin ...

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Madame Tussauds Sydney Receives Trip ...

by on 14/08/2014 - 02:37 pm
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We would like to congratulate our friends at Madame Tussauds Sydney for recieveing the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence!
The award signifies that Madame Tussauds Sydney has consistently earned outstanding feedback from TripAdvisor travellers.

August is also the last chance for Beatles fans to interact with the ‘Fab 4’ and recreate a moment of Beatles history in their very own Abbey Road album cover, as the group will jet off to San Francisco for the last leg of their tour in September. 

Taronga Zoo's New Baby

by on 12/08/2014 - 08:27 am
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Taronga Zoo's chimpanzee group welcomed a tiny new addition over the weekend, with experienced mother, Shiba, giving birth to a healthy baby. 

Visitors may spot the baby’s head or hands and feet occasionally poking out from Shiba’s embrace.

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Lighthouses, ferries and hands-on fun...

by on 11/08/2014 - 10:10 am
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On August 17th the Australian National Maritime Museum will celebrate the opening of its latest, transport-themed exhibition Going Places and International Lighthouse Day with a special family fun day focusing on the heroes of our harbours – lighthouses and ferries. Families will enjoy a lively day of crafts, storytelling, tours and films.
The full day of fun for all the family includes:
Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse and Lightship Carpentaria - 11am - 3pm
Climb to the top of the Cape Bowling Green Lighthouse for a bird’s eye view of Darling Harbour or see our lightshipCarpentaria from the wharf.
Visiting Rosman Ferries: Proclaim and&nb ...

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Yoga From The Sky

by on 04/08/2014 - 04:47 pm
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Back by popular demand, Yoga from the SKY classes are now held every Wednesday morning, hosted by the Sydney Tower Eye on the Observation Deck.

Participants can enjoy breathtaking 360 views of the city during a 45 minute Hatha Yoga class with Yoga by the Sea instructor, Sasha Hawley. What better way to start your hump-day Wednesday than with a sun salutation, 250 metres above the city?

Find out more here >>

Sydney International Boat Show

by on 01/08/2014 - 10:29 am
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The Sydney International Boat show running until August 4th.

The International Boat Show will be at several locations this year - Cockle Bay Marina which remains on its traditional site while the remainder of the show will be held at Sydney Exhibition Centre @ Glebe Island.

To learn more visit