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FERRY TO MANLY.

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TORONGA PARK ZOO.

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THE ROCKS.

A brief walk west of Circular Quay takes you to the original site of convict settlement in Australia. It boasts some of Sydney's best restaurants. The Rocks
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BRIDGE WALK.

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BRIDGE CLIMB.

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OPERA HOUSE.

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ACCOMMODATION.

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Sydney is a popular destination with backpackers. They love the night life, shopping, beaches Camisola Bernardo Silva Portugal , scenery and climate. Backpackers of all age groups from 20 to 80 are looking for clean, cheap and safe accommodation and youth hostels are the answer. When I visit Sydney, I always stay in YHA Australia accommodation. There are 3 main hostels in Sydney and I have stayed at Sydney Central and Glebe. Both are clean and convenient. Sydney Central is conveniently located just a few minutes' from Central railway station. My daughter aged 22 stayed in both on a recent visit to Sydney and she commented on the friendliness of the staff and how she felt "safe". This is important for women traveling solo, in many cases, a long way from home.
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