Events on 6 May 2017 - Page 8


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See Sydney in a Sidecar

What I offer is not mainstream, that's for sure. Anyone can catch a hop-on-hop-off bus, but that's not how you experience Sydney like a local. Sydney is not just about the icons. This is ideal for anyone who wants to…


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Chinese Garden of Friendship

The Garden was designed and built by Chinese landscape architects and gardeners, and is governed by the Taoist principles of 'Yin-Yang' and the five opposite elements - earth, fire, water, metal and wood. These…


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CHIC in the City

CHIC in the City fast tracks visitors to Sydney's fashion elite hotspots coveted by A-listers and the most stylish. This highly selective and fashion forward tour, ruthlessly handpicks the crème of Sydney…



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The best view of Sydney and beyond!

There is no better place to observe the buzzing harbour city than atop The Sydney Tower Eye, whether it be soaking up the sun outside on a 45 minute guided SKYWALK tour (now with Mandarin audio guides), or from the…


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Elizabeth Farm

Elizabeth Farm was commenced in 1793 and contains part of the oldest surviving European dwelling in Australia. Built for John and Elizabeth Macarthur, the homestead once overlooked an agricultural estate of nearly 1000…


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Vaucluse House

Vaucluse House survives as one of Sydney's only 19th century harbourside estates with house, kitchen wing, stables and outbuildings and is still surrounded by ten hectares of formal gardens and grounds. Vaucluse House…


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Elizabeth Bay House

Built between 1835 and 1839, Elizabeth Bay House was known as 'the finest house in the colony'. It is elegantly furnished in 1839 – 1845 furnishings and reflects the lifestyle of the Macleays. Guided tours are…


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