SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium (formerly known just as Sydney Aquarium) contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 700 species comprising more than 13,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia’s water habitats.
The Aquarium features 14 themed zones including Jurassic Seas, Discovery Rockpool, Shark Walk, and the world’s largest Great Barrier Reef display. Visitors encounter animals unique to each habitat, including two of only five dugongs on display in the world, sharks, stingrays, penguins and tropical fish, among others.
Open Daily from 9-30am – 6pm
We highly recommend you consider a visit to Scenic World as part of our Blue Mountains & Featherdale Private Tour. This is a privately owned tourist attraction located in Katoomba in the Blue Mountains. It hosts 4 main attractions, Katoomba Scenic Railway, Scenic Skyway, the Cableway and the Walkway.
Whilst theme parks or man made tourist attractions may not be your thing, I recommend you go to Scenic World as all the attractions are designed to give you a real experience in this rugged National Park.
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Long Reef Aquatic Reserve, on Sydney’s northern beaches is a unique environment due to its geology and exposure to all four points of the compass.
There are many submerged shipwrecks off Long Reef Reserve, some due to accidents and others where vessels have been sunk to create artificial reefs.
Amongst the many marine animals and plants, migratory birds travel tens of thousands of kilometres from Siberia and Japan to spend time at Long Reef. It must be good!!
The Greater Blue Mountains region is Australia’s most accessible wilderness area approximately 90 minutes drive from Sydney.
This is a world heritage listed National Park with a diverse mix of temperate rainforest, native forest, rugged sandstone cliffs, deep canyons and towering waterfalls.
This area offers some of those most spectacular views and too many to mention. However any visit to the mountains would not be complete without a viewing from Echo Point and Govetts Leap. Don’t miss these. See our Blue Mountains & Featherdale Tour.
Located at Helensburgh south of Sydney this is a family owned wildlife park with a good range of local and exotic animals.
Symbol is home to a good variety of native Australian wildlife including koalas, kangaroos, wombats and birds; a range of exotic wildlife including Sumatran tigers, meerkats, red pandas, monkeys, ring-tailed lemurs, cheetahs, farmyard animals along with many more species of animals from around the world.
Over the past decade Symbio Wildlife Park has grown substantially, welcoming some of the worlds most endangered and loved creatures.
This is option on our Grand Grand Pacific Drive Tour (incl:Royal National Park).
This is a world class facility located in one of Sydney’s most beautiful locations on the lower North Shore.
Centennial Parklands (“ CP ‘) is one of Sydney’s real gems and it includes Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park. Close to the CBD this is where the locals go to play sport, ride a horse, take a walk, ride a bike , picnic, feed the ducks or explore the nation’s Federation history.
- Formal gardens, ponds and heritage features
- Native wildlife
- Sporting Fields
- Picnic sites
- Bike and horse riding facilities.