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    The art gallary is neat,

    I like to just wander around and discover new little shops and cafes tucked away.

    Theres a rad comic book store (but i somehow get the feeling its just me that thinks thats cool)

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    yeah I know hens why I wanna avoid those areas hahaha where exactly is the show held ?
    Easter Show is at Homebush, west of the city. Same place as where the Olympics were. Olympic park often have free holiday activities so don't plan to go to them if you want to avoid the hustle and bustle of the show. Darling harbour (city) has a brand new massive park right outside maccas - perfect for a budget family day out. A walk around darling harbour is also nice. There are often street performers and things to see. Theres also the aquarium and wildlife world there but they are a bit exxy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    The art gallary is neat,

    I like to just wander around and discover new little shops and cafes tucked away.

    Theres a rad comic book store (but i somehow get the feeling its just me that thinks thats cool)
    might try the art gallery and sure my grandma would like that too is it in city?

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    thanks forgot to mention I don't have kids haha so don't need parks and kid friendly stuff some great suggestions thanks !

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    There are some lovely places to eat in darling harbour

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondEyes View Post
    The art gallary is neat,

    I like to just wander around and discover new little shops and cafes tucked away.

    Theres a rad comic book store (but i somehow get the feeling its just me that thinks thats cool)
    Are you talking about Kings Comics?

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    - art galleries. The Modern Contemporary Art Museum is free and has some amazing stuff.
    - markets in The Rocks - love it!
    - catch a ferry to the Sydney Harbour Islands.
    - guided tours around Sydney Harbours national parks.
    - National Maritime Museum in Darling Harbour
    - Sydney Observatory in The Rocks
    - Luna Park
    - IMAX theatre
    - Powerhouse Museum
    - Justice and Police museum
    - Have a drink at The Argyle Bar in The Rocks- you'll love it.
    - Catch a train to Bondi Junction followed by a bus to Bondi Beach

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    just arrived in Sydney so thanks heaps for a the good suggestions !! love the ideas of ferry, IMAX, museum, art gallery etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    just arrived in Sydney so thanks heaps for a the good suggestions !! love the ideas of ferry, IMAX, museum, art gallery etc
    Didnt you like my suggestion of flying back home for a few hours

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    Have fun! Enjoy. It's not the best weather today. Hopefully tomorrow will be a nicer day x


 

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