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Canberra Day tours from Sydney

Canberra Day tours from Sydney

Canberra tours departs Sydney on Monday, Wednesday and riday. Departs at Sharp 8:00AM from Sydney departure point Returns: at Around 9:00PM Duration: 13:00. Pickups for groups can be arranged.

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The Hunter Region

The Hunter Region

The Hunter Valley is an area that’s famous for its inspiring wilderness and world class wines and vineyards. No matter what your taste in getaways you’re bound to find something to savour, just two hours from Sydney.

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Cover More Travel Insurance

Cover More Travel Insurance

Global Travel Insurance offers top-notch cover at affordable prices. Our policy lets you choose the level of cover you want, whether that is low cost Budget Cover or our Comprehensive World Wide cover.

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Colony History Sydney walking Tour

Colony History Sydney walking Tour

Take a walking tour of the city’s most popular monuments and bustling piazzas starting from the Customs House, a precinct where old 19th century sandstone buildings. During our 3 hours walking tour we will admire historical buildings.

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BridgeClimb wins ‘Best Guided Tour in Australia’ at the 2012 Australian Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards

BridgeClimb wins ‘Best Guided Tour in Australia’ at the 2012 Australian Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards

BridgeClimb Sydney was awarded ‘Best Guided Tour in Australia’ at the 2012 Australian Traveller Readers’ Choice Awards held last night, Tuesday 4th December, at the Ivy, Sydney.

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Magic and history of Sydney’s iconic harbour islands

Magic and history of Sydney’s iconic harbour islands

The magic and history of Sydney’s iconic harbour islands will be showcased during a series of events celebrating nature and culture throughout October 2010.

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Heritage walks around Sydney

Heritage walks around Sydney

There are plenty of city walking tours in Sydney on offer, and lots of opportunities to explore magnificent walking tracks free of crowds.

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National Parks: Promotes and Protects

National Parks: Promotes and Protects

New South Wales’ national parks and regional tourism will both benefit from the passing of the National Parks & Wildlife Amendment Bill 2010.

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Kimberley Tourism

Kimberley Tourism

The Kimberley region in Western Australia will be included in Tourism Australia’s National Landscapes Program and will feature prominently within Australia’s future international tourism marketing.

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Bureaucracy and Tourism Like Chalk And Cheese

In the area of tourism, it is the government’s role to introduce strategies to grow the industry.

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eVisa

eVisa

All travellers to Australia, except New Zealanders, require some kind of a Visa to visit Australia. If you have a valid passport from one of the 32 eligible countries you can apply online for your Visa (also known as an eVisa/s).

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Handmade In Country

Handmade In Country

Offering visitors and residents alike, unique and real experiences and products that reflect our rich cultural heritage.

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