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Things to do near Sydney - Top 10 Tourist Attractions and places around Sydney
Blue Mountains (Three Sisters rock)Blue Mountains (Three Sisters Rock Formation)
The most visited attraction in the Blue Mountains, Echo Point is home to the famous 3 Sisters formation. Enjoy spectacular views over the Jamison Valley, try a Coo-Wee at Echo Point and see how many echos you can hear. A number of lookouts provide great locations to view these unusual formations. According to Aboriginal legend, three sisters were turned to stone by a medicine man who sought to protect them. Their names are Meehni (922 m), Wimlah (918 m), and Gunnedoo (906 m). An easy short bushwalk is available to the first sister, or if you are keen, you can endeavour the 1000 steps into the valley below. The area is also home to the World Heritage Plaza with a great range of shops. We visit Blue Mountains during the Blue Mountains  Private Guided Day Tour.
Grand Blue Mountains CanyonGreat Blue Mountains Canyon
The Great Blue Mountains Canyon is the deepest canyon within the Blue Mountains. It is about 850 metres deep and goes along the Grose River and Grose Valley. Some of the most impressive lookouts and waterfalls are located here! The Pulpit Rock lookout, Govetts Leap Waterfall 400 metres and many other natural wonders are hidden from ordinary bus tours. We visit Great Blue Mountains Canyon during the Blue Mountains  Private Guided Day Tour
Wenworth WaterfallWentworth Waterfall

Wentworth Falls is arguably the most stunning waterfall in the Blue Mountains. Having two sections falling from the top to a ledge half way down and then again to the very bottom of the valley, if there was no break, these falls would be the highest waterfall in the Blue Mountains. You can see the top half of the falls from Princess Rock a short walk from the car park, however to really appreciate the Wentworth Falls region you should plan at least a few hours for bushwalking. We visit Wentworth Waterfall during the Blue Mountains  Private Guided Day Tour

Featherdale Wildlife ParkFeatherdale Wildlife Park

Visitors are encouraged to embark on a unique journey, discovering over three hundred species of Australia’s diverse wildlife. Featherdale provides all-day FREE encounters with Australia’s most beloved and iconic ‘Aussies’, the Koala and Kangaroo. Education and conservation form an integral component of Featherdale’s philosophy. Not only is Featherdale renowned throughout the tourism industry but its extensive captive breeding programs have set the standard for animal conservation and management in the zoological industry. As a result, Featherdale animals and animal husbandry techniques are highly sought after by zoos and fauna parks all over the world. We visit Featherdale Wildlife Park during the Blue Mountains Private Guided Day Tour

nan tien temple wollongongNan Tien Temple

Nan Tien Temple is also known as the "Southern Paradise" and is the largest Buddhist temple in the Southern Hemisphere, located near Wollongong. The temple focuses on the exchange of eastern and western cultures; one of the most well known international tourist attractions. It attracts thousands of visitors from all over the world all year round. The temple has attractions such as lotus ponds, Chinese style garden, and a pagoda. Experience the delight of our fresh, healthy vegetarian meals and enjoy our wonderful selection of vegetarian cuisine. We visit Nan Tien Temple during the South Coast Private Guided Day Tour

Minnamurra Rain Forest of Giant TreesMinnamurra Rain Forest of Giant Trees

The Minnamurra Rainforest is an award winning attraction located in Budderoo National Park, a short fifteen minute drive west of Kiama. Visitors can experience the splendor and beauty of this rare remnant of subtropical and warm temperate rain forests which is dated to be 850 years old. The trees are 7 meters in diameter and are representative of the once extensive rainforests of the Illawarra region. Visitors regularly see first-hand the fauna of the area such as the normally allusive Lyrebird, the Eastern Water Dragons, Swamp Wallabies and a host of bird species which make Minnamurra their home. We visit the Minnamurra Rain Forest of Giant Trees during the South Coast Private Guided Day Tour

Kiama Blow Hole & WineryKiama Blow Hole & Crooked Winery

The Kiama experience starts with pristine uncrowded beaches, rolling green pastures, handmade dry stone walls, heritage architecture and spectacular natural scenery. The "Blow Hole" attraction is located on the cape of Kiama. Under the right conditions, large waves enter the mouth of the Blowhole & compress the air within the inner cavity as the retreating water leaves, it is forced upward by the compressed air, as the mouth is still blocked by the receding wave. The escaping air causes the loud "oomph", which accompanies the water spout. Over many years the Blowhole will become less vigorous, as the underground cavity erodes due to the pounding waves. Also, there are two wineries, the Crooked River and the Roselea which are about a 10 minute drive from Kiama. We visit the spectacular Kiama Blow Hole during the South Coast Private Guided Day Tour

Jenolan CavesJenolan Caves

Jenolan Caves are, without a question, Australia's most impressive limestone caves. Situated in the blue mountains wilderness, nine show caves are open to the public with spectacular lighting, underground rivers and cave formations that amaze visitors. The complex system is one of the largest underground cave systems in the world and was recently proclaimed the oldest open cave system in the world. Nearby, Oberon, Megalong Valley and Katoomba are worth a visit. We visit Jenolan Caves during the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Private Guided Tour

Reptile ParkReptile Park

The award winning Australian Reptile Park which is located near Gosford, Central Coast, is the hands-on zoo and boasts of animal interactions and exciting wildlife shows. Have a close encounter with some of the park's scaly and furry animals during Snappy Hour. Take a walk with Hugo the giant Galapagos tortoise and meet Elvis, NSW's largest crocodile. During warmer months, you will see the spectacular alligator feeding from the banks of their 'gator lagoon. See native and exotic reptiles and spiders in their unique exhibits the The Lost World of Reptiles and Spider World, featuring Tarantula-ville. Discover how efforts are being made to preserve the iconic Tasmanian devil with their exciting conservation project, Devil Ark. Witness venomous snakes and funnel web spiders milking every day or have a photo with a snugly python, wombat or cuddly koala. On the photo the oldest animal in Australia (142 years old turtle) we visit Reptile Park during the Sydney's Northern Beaches and Central Coast Private Guided Day Tour

Aboriginal Engravings in Ku-ring-gai Chase ParkAboriginal Engravings in Ku-ring-gai Chase Park

There are many engravings in the park, some of them were made more than 10000 years ago. Also, there is an aboriginal cave shelter site near West Head where you can find a cave shelter site 1.4 kilometres along the Aboriginal heritage walk. This walk also includes rock engravings and paintings. Starting from the Resolute picnic area, the track takes you first to the paintings at Red Hands Cave, then to some rock engravings (600 m along the track), then to a shelter site. From here, you can return to the picnic area by retracing your steps. Axe grinding grooves, try looking for axe grinding grooves - and rock engravings - on the America Bay Track, West Head. They're just off the path, near the start of the track. We visit Aboriginal Engravings during the Sydney's Northern Beaches and Central Coast Private Guided Day Tour

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