Visit Sydney Harbor

Visit Sydney Harbor

One of the things you should see in Australia before you die is Sydney Harbor. The only problem is ‘how.’ Locals have been inventing new ways to see the harbor for years: you can sail it, cruise on it, swim in it, sit by it, canoe on it, fish it, eat on it, dance on it, drive over or underneath it, fly past it…the list goes on and on.

My Facts About Australia: Sydney Harbor

It is also becoming increasingly possible to walk around the harbor: there are 28km of track, many of which go through national parks and along beaches, covering points of historic and natural interest as well as hundreds of beautiful vantage points.

My Facts About Australia: Sydney Harbor by Night

There are plenty of historic sites around the harbor such as: The Rocks under the Bridge in Sydney Cove…the site of old Sydney Town. Ancient grain stores and custom built houses that are now restaurants, art galleries and shops. Don’t forget to visit the Rocks Market, it’s one of the cities best for art.

My Facts about Australia: Sydney

Did you know Sydney Harbor has not one, but two state-of-the-art aquariums…the Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbor and Oceanworld in Manly.
Yes, Sydney Harbor has plenty to do for all and is a visit that you’ll remember for a lifetime.


Dive Into The Great Barrier Reef

Dive Into The Great Barrier Reef

It doesn’t matter how many documentaries you have seen on TV or video, until you’ve actually taken a dive into the Great Barrier Reef, you’ve never experienced it. Some people call it the ‘world’s biggest aquarium,’ but the vivid colors, interactions between all the life forms and their subtle movements are completely mesmerizing.

My Facts About Australia: Dive in Great Barrier Reef

The reef boasts green turtles, a huge variety of dolphins and whales, and more than 1,500 different species of fish, 200 species of birds and 4,000 types of mollluscs. The only way to experience the reef is to dive right in. And if diving isn’t high on your priority, you can take a cruise or scenic flight and still be amazed at all the experiences.

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Did you know the Great Barrier Reef stretches more than 2,300km on the northeast coast of Australia stretching from the northern tip of Queensland to just north of Bundaberg and is the single largest structure made out of living creatures on the face of the earth?

My Facts About Australia: Great Barrier Reef

The best time to go and see the Great Barrier Reef is pretty much any time of the year. There are many gateways to get to the reef, and if you are serious about taking a trip to see it, just google it on the internet and you’ll have plenty of links that give you directions, explanations and dangers of the reef and more.