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  • Andrew L
    2 contributions
    Unfortunately it was a rainy day in Sydney. However, the Sydney Opera House left an unforgettable impression.
    Written 3 July 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • CupyDee
    Waikato Region, New Zealand145 contributions
    This gotta be one of the best free activities to do in Sydney, especially on a nice day. Walking across the harbour bridge was such an experience, it let you soap in the view, get close to the actual structure of the bridge and also watching lives go by. Definitely one of the highlights.
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • Jade P
    Coventry, UK178 contributions
    The gardens are well maintained and beautiful. They are home to many creatures from geckos to the wild cockatoos.

    It is nice and peaceful. It gives you a break from the noise and chaos of the city
    Written 25 June 2022
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  • Reid M
    3 contributions
    Walking the suggested route we saw lots of interesting murals (including several not listed on the tour) as well as street art of varying quality (some of it quite good). We almost quit the walking tour after the first 2 murals but were glad we did not. It turns out that the first 2 may be the least interesting of the bunch. In addition one of the murals seems to have been replaced with another (or we failed to locate it). All things considered it was a very pleasant 90 minutes. Plus there are many cafes to grab a coffee and a snack if so desired.
    Written 18 April 2022
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  • fatbear2000
    Oxford, UK3,838 contributions
    The Drummoyne Oval is a pretty ground which is the home of Sydney Cricket Club, who we watched play in the semi-finals of Sydney’s one-day knockout competition. It also hosts matches for the NSW Women team, the NSW mens team occasionally play here, and the touring England Lions recently hammered a NSW select XI here.

    There is a small concrete stand at one end ( the Greg Davis Stand, named after the captain of Australia’s Rugby Union side in the 1960’s who played for the Drummoyne Rugby club, who also play here in the Australian winter ), a small player’s pavilion on one side, a quirky old fashioned small stand with around 250 seats, and then there are grass banks around the rest of the oval.

    There are 6 floodlight pylons, TV gantries at both ends, as well as a large scoreboard in the far corner by a very large tree.

    When we visited there was a small food & drinks outlet open in the side of the Greg Davis stand, with cans of beer or glasses of wine for 5 AUD, and soft drinks for 3 AUD. There were also what looked to be pies and sausage rolls available.

    Entrance to the oval was free for this match, with a small number of people sitting on the grass bank, with everyone else in the Greg Davis stand.
    Written 25 February 2020
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  • Teresa C
    Metro Manila, Philippines1,253 contributions
    A fun place to spend a few hours. Plenty to see and loads of eats. Many people with dogs, some of them snappy and yappy.
    Written 14 February 2021
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  • calsimsek
    Melbourne, Australia22 contributions
    Great views from the water or the shore. Boat cruise can be a bit expensive, but they are worth it, some come with lunch or dinner services.
    Written 4 July 2022
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  • SandyW
    Hobart, Australia50 contributions
    Sitting amongst the tanks, with a good sound track in the background and the food van dolling out a great selection, we spent a delightful afternoon sharing 2 paddles of top quality craft beer. Ever reliable, Sauce Brewing was a great spot to spend Anzac afternoon. Great selection across the taps, and the 2 up game in courtyard was fun for all.
    Written 25 April 2022
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  • SonjaB
    Kiama, Australia630 contributions
    A great opportunity goes missing here. Could be much better with mapping, signage and cafes that say they're open...should be!
    Written 24 June 2022
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  • Mic M
    Sydney, Australia20 contributions
    I have been shopping here for years and years and years,
    Whereas the shops have changed, the bargains haven't.
    I very rarely pay full price for anything nowadays as the prices here are somewhat amazing.
    I once got a pair of running shoes, in perfect, new condition, reduced from $280 right down to $35 as they were the last pair and when I went to other shops outside this outlet they were still the original price.
    Shop here if you are on a budget or just don't want to pay full price.
    Written 27 May 2022
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  • SandyW
    Hobart, Australia50 contributions
    Authentic craft Brewery, interesting taps and an easy walk from Sydneham railway station. Bar service at the front of the brewing shed, surrounded by palates of malt and oats. Unpretentious, engaging and good sized pours for those wanting to taste a few. For beer lovers definitely worth a stop.
    Written 24 April 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • looshik
    St. Ives, Australia13 contributions
    Visited with a 7 and 14 yo. This historical house is amazing. Everything kept as it was. Unique way to learn history of Sydney. Highly recommend to take the guided tour with Wendy - she is amazing!!
    Written 17 April 2022
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  • cammerayguy
    Sydney, Australia402 contributions
    This park slopes down to the harbour with views across the water to Cockatoo Island. There are plenty of seats, a band rotunda, childrens playground and toilets. Another attraction is the Dawn Frazer Baths. Parking is easy round the park with plenty of unrestricted space.
    Written 27 June 2022
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  • Pete S
    Melbourne, Australia34 contributions
    Boys and girls interested in the military will be skipping and climbing about … if you see the big White House above the Watson’s Bay hotel that was the former Army officers mess… our bar and a few rooms were upstairs and our dining area is the large area at the ground floor. The entire area was used as a personnel and discharge unit (2MDPD) after the Vietnam war. It ceased being used as a mess about 1984. Great memories, a great location for natural fauna and fabulous views over Sydney harbour, the Gap cliffs and The Tasman Sea. And if there’s a yacht race or large ship entering or going there’s no better vantage point
    Written 5 April 2022
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  • Destination314459
    2 contributions
    I first came to Manly in the 80’s and remember the famous white dog that could ride the skate board himself.
    Have visited from England quite a few times over the years and have done the spit bridge to manly walk plus lots of interesting sites at north head.
    Hoping to come back next year.
    It’s my ‘special place’ in the whole world.
    Was 19 when I first visited and stayed at the periwinkle guest house ( gone now I think ).
    52 now and it’s always remained my ‘special place’.
    Well worth a visit - create your own special place guys.
    Written 21 June 2022
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