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No matter how popular it gets, the stunning Sydney harbour will still captivate first-time and returning visitors alike. Take to the stunning water at a pace of your choosing. You can take a ferry to soak in the views and use the slow speed to capture the perfect shot, or get the wind in your hair by trying jetboating. You could even test your endurance by kayaking across the water. Lounge on any one of Sydney’s 70 sparkling beaches, or get active as you dive with sharks at Manly SEALIFE. Refuel with a yum cha feast in Chinatown or tuck into a hearty pie at Harry’s Café de Wheels; this city truly has it all. Just a 90 minute drive to the west of Sydney, The Three Sisters is an iconic rock formation which happens to be a part of the World Heritage Blue Mountains. Ideal for canyoning and caving, the mountains have deep fissures gouged from the sandstone over eons. Jenolan Caves is a labyrinth of stalactitelined limestone chasms carved by underground rivers. Scenic World takes you into the Jamison Valley floor, via railway, cable car and skywalk. Follow the boardwalk through the trees and take in the sounds and tranquillity of the Jurassic rainforest. For generations the continent has attracted visitors hoping to get a real taste of 1950’s outback Australia. Broken Hill is the perfect solution, a unique outback experience complete with an authentic milk bar, famous sodas, and milkshakes. The local mailman also takes visitors out on tours, a first hand opportunity to witness his epic 550 km mail run. If not on foot, visitors can even take a camel safari to see indigenous animals, reptiles, birds and vegetation, along with a chance to explore the Mundi Mundi ruins, steep water-filled gullies, dry creek beds and ranges, all on a working sheep and cattle station.
No trip to Australia is complete without at least taking a shot at surfing. First-timers can head to Australia’s most famous strip of sand, Bondi Beach, to learn to surf. Let’s Go Surfing’s friendly and professional staff can help you catch the