Some people talk to animals. Not many listen though. That’s the problem.
― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh
A continent that is disconnected to other world, creates its own specialty.
In Sydney, it is very convenient to go to most of the tourist attraction by walking or public transportation.
Here is the map of trains in Sydney : Download
In Darling Harbour lies three tourist attraction.
- Madame Tussauds
- Wide Life Sydney Zoo ( Two zoo in Sydney. The other is Taronga Zoo)
- Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
I visited the latter two attraction. In my opinion, they both worth a visit. Especially, if you only stay in Sydney, the most convenient way to see all special kinds of Australia is to visit Wide Life Zoo. As well, you can get a hug with koalas. Besides mild and cute animals, crocodile which length is 5 meter. Its name is Rex. Fierceness is in his nature. He is renown of killing his wives. For entertainment, the zoo offers a feeding show that Rex will jump out of the water and make a huge bite!
Their size can be like a small dog. They are endangered.
They look like Kangaroo. The difference between them is size, and the width of their tail.
Kangaroo is bigger, has bigger tail.
This heaviest bird in the world. Around 70 kg.
When I traveled in Queensland, I saw twice in the roads !
They can be easily found in zoos, but this one is the most beautiful I have seen.
Next Stop ! Sydney Tower
- 305m height
- built in 1970
- a 4D cinema beneath it. (Not really special)
See the whole Sydney !
They offer combo tickets including the followings
- Sydney Tower Eye
- Sydney Aquarium
- WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo
- Madame Tussauds
- Manly SEA LIFE Sanctuary
You don’t have to buy all in one, you can only choose where you want to visit. Find the price
In the meantime, I saw some free tour around the Sydney Tower.
Join them and start a “free” tour.
What is free tour?
- usually walking tour
- tips a guide valued by your own.
You can find free tour information here.
I joined a lot of free tours in different cites, it is a really good way to know more historical knowledge.
Next post: Let’s go to Cockatoo Island by “Fancy boat”