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Saturday, 12-Apr-2008 02:12 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour: Sydney-I want MORE!

pamphlet

There are still places/things that I didn't get a chance to visit/do when I was in Sydney.
o1 - pancake parlour yg khabarnya sgt sedap/famous giler kat Sydney
o2 - Malaysia Hall
o3 - Parks+Gardens
o4 - Paddy's Market
o5 - climb Sydney Harbour Bridge
o6 - jalan2 Darling Harbour+Chinese Garden of Friendship waktu siang
o7 - try Sydney Tower+SkyWalk waktu siang
o8 - naik monorail+tram+ferries+bus
o9 - Queen Victoria building on George Street
1o - beli souvenir kat Sydney Opera House
11 - take better pictures!
and the list goes on and on

kena kumpul duit banyak2 pasnie, kalau nak g meronggeng2 lagi!!!


Saturday, 12-Apr-2008 02:10 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour: Sydney - Canberra [Tribute I]

aku+steve
saleh
huong at blue mountain
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My roomates - Huong, Linn & Sabin
Soalan pertama yg Huong tanya aku masa kitaorg sampai kat bilik ialah "what is your religion?" Nak gelak pon ada time tuh agaknya dia pelik kot sebab aku pakai tudung


Amoi said that she love this picture, so I upload it for her

Masa 1st night di Canb, I wasn't feeling well so x join diaorg g dinner. Then, tak lama lepas tu, dapat call dari Huong. She asked me what I wanna eat for dinner, dia nak belikan utk aku *tersentuh hatiku, rasa macam sangat2 disayangi* Linn & Sabin pon sama. Balik je dari dinner, bukak je pintu terus menuju ke bilik aku. Tanya how I was feeling

Masa di Sydney, malam aku nak g Sydney Tower tuh diaorg nak ke bar so diaorg tanya aku whether ada bar yg best2 kat Darling Harbour (sah minah2 ni tatau yg alcohol are prohibited to muslim) Siap ajak aku join sekali Lepas dah explain, diaorg relax je ok. Diaorg pon takde mabuk2 masa balik bilik. Best sgt stay dgn diaorg nieh

Linn & Sabin kalau tak silap aku Norwegian. Diaorg ni Exchange Student. Pasnie, takde la rezeki nak jumpa diaorg lagi dah


Amoi - Etta ni aku jumpa masa tgh dinner. Camna ntah leh ngam plak dgn dia. Mungkin sebab kepala dia sama je gila dengan aku Minah ni jauh lebih muda dari aku, tapi dia dah abeh masters pon (org semua dah abesh grad, aku ni ntah bila nak abesnya ) Lepas graduation ceremony (bulan 5 kot) amoi dah nak balik mesia takpe amoi, nanti bila cuti2 aku balik mesia kita g ronggeng2 sama ok?

Aku: Amoi, u jump la. I take ur picture bila u dah sampai bawah!.
Tak perasan plak yg aku dok amik gambar ni, si Saleh tengah posing depan aku. Mencapap la aku kejap dalam gambar Saleh tuh


Javier - masa mula2 nampak mamat ni sebelum bertolak ke Sydney, aku rasa hepi (baca: dalam hati kata "wah!!! ada mamat melayu ke? ada peluang nak ngendeng2 nieh" ) Dah kenal2, baru ku tahu rupanya dia Mexican (baca: aisehhh! melepas! ) Before we parted at Canberra, Javier said to me: "I've never met any girl as crazy as you! I'm gonna miss your craziness" Thanx dude! For all the stories & laughter.

Javier pon akan balik Mexico lepas abes semester ni. Dia amik english course di LTBU so, tak dpat nak jumpa dia masa di uni (baca: English course punya class di Languange Centre, dekat2 dgn main campus)


amoi+javier+agnes(tour organizer)

Saleh - seorang pendidik yg comel yg sangat baik hati.

I had a great time with you all. Thanx a lot guys!.

Radin - Ntah macam mana aku leh tercampak dok sebelah mamat nie. Memula ackward giler rasa, but after a while rancak arr jadinya kitaorg dua orang. Mamat ni plak kaki sembang, lagi la menjadi2. Nasib baik takde gambar awek2 member2 uni dalam iPod. Kalau ada, nak jugak aku tunjukkan gambar Muneera buat offer kenen2kan utk dia Kalau Mun tak nak, Kak Betty pon bleh gaks Cik Dah nak jugak ke? Aisyah takleh kot, pasal dia tgh under training utk jadi studyholic person (ader ke perkataan studyholic nie? )

Steve the bus driver - He called me "my little princess" Perasan la aku kejap lepas tuh Lelaki itali mmg semua gelenyar eh?

Steve: Let me carry you on my back.
Aku: It's alright. I prefer jump

Lastly, semua2 yg tahan telinga mendengar aku meraban, tahan mata melihat aksi2 tak masuk akal aku & melayan+menyokong aktiviti+idea2 gila aku

Special Tribute: Muneera.
Few days sebelum ke Sydney, aku msg Mun tanya kalau2 dia mahu join ke Sydney+Canb. Sayangnya, dia kena balik mesia jumpa dentist "which kinda urgent"<--- ayat mun. It's ok my dear, lenkali kalau ada rezeki kita g meronggeng sesama orait?

p/s: amacam gigi? dah ok ke dear?
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Some people find it very difficult to pronounce my name, so aku dapat beberapa nama baru. The arabs called me "Nura" @ "Nurah" while some called me "Nora". Yang paling x tahan tu, ada tour leader panggil aku "Yusoff". Tuh nama bapak aku weh!!!! Kesian abah, mesti tersedak setiap kali tour leader tuh jerit nama aku (Yusoff).

Masa kat Scenic World (Blue Mountain), kitaorg terlambat sebab tunggu Scenic CableWay. So one of the tour leader dok asking around if anyone have my number.

Q: Does anybody have Nurul's number?
A: Nurul who?
Q: The girl that wears scraf. The one that cover her head.
A: u mean Nurah?"
A: u mean Nura?"
A: u mean Nora?"

Honestly, masa memula nak pergi tuh nervous jugak. Ye la, aku sorang je female+malay+muslim dalam tour group tuh. But alhamdulillah, dapat new friends semua yg broad-minded & sgt2 memahami.Tak lupa juga, yg utama Allah permudahkan urusan aku semua sepanjang tour Sydney-Canberra nie. Biasa la dalam apa2 keadaan pun, ada yg positive & ada yg negative. Yang negative2 tuh aku tamau kenang2, cuma amik pengajaran buat masa depan bila pegi travel/backpacking.

These are some of the great people that I met during this tour.


Saturday, 12-Apr-2008 00:34 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour: Sydney-Sydney Wildlife World

dah tutup daaaa
siblings???
tongue infection
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SPOILER: this is gonna be a very LONG entry :SPOILER

Balik dari BM, sampai city around 1600. Ikut schedule, takde apa2 activity dah for that day. Most people g shopping time tu. Aku plak? Blom puas merayau arrr! Plan asalnya aku+Huong+Radin nak g Sydney Aquarium+Sydney Wildlife World around 1830@1900, so ada few hours to kill. Radin nak g spa+massage & Huong plak nak g Kingston jumpa member dia. Tinggal aku dengan Javier je melongo

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The origin of Paddy's as a distinct market dates back to 1834 when Governor Bourke decided to move traders in hay and grain to a site next to the new cattle market in Campbell Street, Sydney. The move created a split among stallholders within the "fringe" market. Some had regular customers among the cattlemen and hay and grain growers, and they moved to join farmers in the new Haymarket area. The food sellers and second hand dealers also did a good trade, both in the vicinity of the market house and around the Haymarket pubs. The majority, however, stayed on at the George Street market.

Governor Bourke's decision to allow the market to stay open until 10.00pm on Saturdays marks the real beginnings of what we know today as Sydney's Paddy's Markets.

By 1842, when the markets came under the jurisdiction of Sydney Council, the Saturday Paddy's-style market was well established. The Council gave it another boost by allowing the George Street market to remain open until 10.00 pm on Wednesday nights.

source: http://www.paddysmarkets.com.au

Aku ingat nak pegi Paddy's market kat Haymarket sebab Etta (amoi) kata tempat tu macam Queen Victoria Market (sapa2 penah dtg Melb tau arr camna rupa QVM nieh). Tapi market tuh bukak ari khamis sampai ahad je *sigh* Aku plak dok craving for masakan melayu, sambil merayau2 tuh dok usha2 kalau2 ada restoran malaysia. Aku seret mamat Mexico tu teman aku g cari restoran malaysia.

Pusing punya pusing, sekali jumpa Cafe Kasturi on George Street!!! YAHOO!! tepon amoi ajak kalau2 dia nak join makan pasal siang tuh dia ada citer yg dia pon tgh ngidam nak makan rendang Tunggu amoi datang dengan Yen, dah dekat pkl 7. Pastuh tunggu Radin plak datang, abes dinner semua pon dah pkl 1900++. Kelam kabut kitaorg (aku+Javier+Radin+amoi+Yen) jalan laju2 g Darling harbour sbb takut terlepas last entry ke Sydney Aquarium+Wildlife World.
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During the tour, bebudak tuh ada dok tanya kat aku pasal makanan malaysia, so aku cakap nanti balik Melb aku masakkan utk diaorg *masakkan megi boleh?* Dah jumpa restoran malaysia tu aku kasik arr diaorg try sambal ikan bilis nasi lemak. Radin menjerit kepedasan *jahat kan aku?*

p/s: masakan kat Cafe Kasturi mmg sedap arr. Layanan dia pon best! Cuma its a little bit pricey arr. Either that that, superb!


Memula kitaorag g aquarium, tapi lady kat reception centre tuh x kasik dah kitaorg masuk. Jadiknya, semua muka seposen pasal xdapat masuk aquarium Lepas tu, g cuba nasib kat Sydney Wildlife World, SWW plak. Javier tak pernah tengok koala, so mmg harap sgt2 dapat masuk. Memula reception lady tuh x kasik dah kitaorg masuk pasal dah pkl 2000 time tuh. Diaorg suh kitaorg datang balik esok siang Maka, dengan muka seposen kitaorg pon bgtau arr yg itu malam last kitaorg kat Sydney sebab esok pagi dah nak kena balik. Tactic menjadi woo!!! Guard bagitau kat reception lady suh kasik gak kitaorg masuk

Sydney Wildlife World ni macam zoo in the city of Sydney arr. Baru lagi bukak menda ni, around September 2006 gitu. Sebab dia attached to Sydney Aquarium, so memang ada offer kalau beli ticket 2in1(~$45+ kot harganya kalau x silap). Kitaorg student, so dapat diskaun tiket masuk SWW (~$19)

Kat dalam SWW ni ada few exhibits. First sekali "Butterflies - Flutter Bys". For me, yang ni biasa je, sebab semua kat dalam dinding kaca. Tahun lepas masa g Melbourne Zoo dulu, ada Butterflies Garden where u can touch the butterfly (check entry lama2, page 4@5 kalau x silap)

The next exhibit is "Invertebrates - Spineless Wonders"


sengih hepi je si Javier sbb kitaorg dapat masuk SWW




Masa nak masuk "Reptiles - Scales and Tails" exhibit, aku nampak pokok keladi.

Aku: sedapnya kalau dapat makan asam pedas keladi, terliur je bila teringat
Amoi: pokok keladi tuh apa?
Aku: aiyark, amoi!!! tuh yang kat belakang you tuh. Yang kaler hijau tuh pokok keladi arr!!!
amoi: oh ye ke? amik satu my picture with this pokok keladi, boleh?





Javier cakap kat aku, "I think they know that u are coming here, Nurul Thats why they put up that sign for you! "
Hampeh sungguh mamat nieh!!!

Sapa tau apa nama menatang nieh? Dok kalut2 amik gambar, aku lupa nak check nama dia

Dulu masa Amien (adik aku yg bongsu) kecik2, dia tengok menatang ni kat channel animal planet then dia akan tanya aku "binatang apa tu kak ayu?" Aku jawab "owth, tuh bapak cicak. Tuh pasal dia besar"

Habes tengok reptilia, kitaorg g tengok "Flight Canyon - Walking on Air"

Pastu plak "Nocturnal After Dark", "Semi-Arid Grasslands - Red Heart", "Rainforest - Lush Canopy" & "Wallaby Cliffs - High and Dry"

malam tuh, amoi jadi model tak bergaji

Nie lagi satu binatang yg aku tatau nama


Yen+Amoi+Javier+Radin

aborigin's painting

Last exhibit, "Koala Sanctuary - Gum Tree Gully". Tercapai jugak cita2 Javier nak tengok Koala & Kanggaroo+Wallabees.




Cumil pulak aku tengok mamat sorang tu bila main2 dengan binatang melalui dinding kaca. Terserlah sifat penyayang dia pada binatang <---mati la kena belasah kalau mama baca statement nieh Javier mmg nak buat Veterinary bila masuk uni kat Mexico tahun depan.

Abes dah! Kalau nak lagi banyak info pasal SWW pegi surf kat sini ---> http://www.sydneywildlifeworld.com.au/

Kluar je dari SWW, hujan lebat. Yang ada payung cuma Yen sorang, & hujan takde tanda2 nak surut. Makin lebat ada arr. So I came out with a brilliant idea "redah hujan, jom!" Yang hampeh nya tuh, bila dah halfway perjalanan hujan berhenti daaa. Sabar je la, tahan muka malu jalan kat tgh2 city berkaki ayam & baju basah lencun


Wednesday, 2-Apr-2008 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour: Sydney-Blue Mountain

echo point
cliff
three sisters
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Last Day in Sydney. Pepagi lepas breakfast kitaorang dah berangkat ke BM. Around 2hrs journey, sempat arr melelapkan mata seketika, huhu.
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The Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia, are found approximately 48 kilometres west of Sydney. They are a range of sandstone geological structures that reach to at least 1,190 metres AHD (in the Lithgow area). The Blue Mountains are not as the name suggests a range of mountains but rather a plateau with rugged eroded gorges of up to 760 metres depth. A large part of the Blue Mountains is incorporated in the Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage Site and its constituent seven national parks and a conservation reserve.

The mountains were originally named by Arthur Phillip in 1788 as the Carmarthen Hills for the northern section near Sydney, and the Lansdowne Hills for the southern, however Blue Mountains quickly became preferred as the popular name. Although known by Indigenous Australians for thousands of years, the Blue Mountains were thought to be impenetrable by the early white settlers of Sydney, and were not crossed until convicts and other explorers found their way across. The most famous expedition was in 1813, by Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson. Rather than, like earlier explorers, following the river valleys—only to discover usually that they were terminated by vertical cliffs several hundred metres high—the trio followed the ridges to reach the plateau. This 'first crossing' by Lawson, Blaxland and Wentworth is a common misconception due to various monuments claiming this to be so. Indeed the only geographical reward they received for their efforts was the naming of three hills in the Kanimbla Valley northwest of Mount York. This crossing of the Blue Mountains has traditionally been regarded as a critical step that opened the west of New South Wales to European settlement; however, modern historians point out that until about the time the mountains were first crossed there was still ample land available closer to the coast. The oft-told tale, that the Blue Mountains were a crippling barrier to colonial expansion, is largely myth.

A road crossing the mountains was built in only 27 weeks by William Cox, at the behest of Governor Lachlan Macquarie, using 30 convict labourers and 8 guards and was completed in early 1815.


Our first stop was Echo Point in Katoomba.
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Ka-toom-ba is Aboriginal for "shining falling water" and takes its name from a waterfall that drops into the Jamison Valley below the Harry's Amphitheatre escarpment. Previously, the site was known as William's Chimney and Collett's Swamp. In 1874 the locality was named The Crushers after the name of the railway station that served a nearby quarry. The name Katoomba was adopted in 1877 and the town achieved municipality status in 1889

Katoomba's main industry is tourism based on spectacular mountain scenery. The rock formation known as the Three Sisters, viewable from Echo Point about two kilometres south of the main town, is the most famous feature. Other features of the Jamison Valley visible from Echo Point include Mt Solitary and the rock formation known as the Ruined Castle. A short walk from Echo Point leads to The Giant Stairway which provides access to a number of nature walks through the Valley. Some of these are quite rugged and not recommended for inexperienced walkers. Several of the Jamison Valley tracks including the Stairway itself were closed in recent years due to maintenance, but most have since been re-opened. The section of track between the Ruined Castle and Mt Solitary is not well marked, and recommended only for experienced bushwalkers. Bushwalkers in the area will be much rewarded as the local geography includes extensive areas of dense sub-tropical rainforest, hanging swamps and a series of spectacular waterfalls (albeit with a relatively low water volume).

Other attractions include Scenic World, a tourist complex in the southwest of the town. This site is home to the steepest funicular railway in the world, the Katoomba Scenic Railway, which was originally built to facilitate coal and oil shale mining in the Jamison Valley. Scenic World also offers the Scenic Skyway cable car, which travels over an arm of the Jamison Valley and offers views of Katoomba Falls and Orphan Rock. In 2004 the original Skyway car was replaced by a new car with a liquid crystal panel floor, which abruptly becomes transparent while the car travels. In 1983 construction began at the site on a rollercoaster called the Orphan Rocker; the track was completed, but this attraction has never been opened to the public.

Katoomba is well-served by hotels and guest-houses, the oldest and most prominent of which is the Carrington Hotel, established in 1882 and occupying the highest point in town. The nearby village of Leura also features numerous well-appointed hotels and health spas and Medlow Bath boasts the grand Hydro Majestic Hotel, originally built in 1891. The busy town centre, centered on Katoomba Street, features dozens of cafes and restaurants, including the Paragon which dates the early 1900s, as well as a number of second-hand book and antique stores.


I found 2 version of the legend. One is from the Information Center at Echo Point & the other one is from internet (wikipedia)


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The Three Sisters are a famous rock formation in the Blue Mountains of New South Wales, Australia. They are close to the town of Katoomba and are one of the Blue Mountains' most famous sights, towering above the Jamison Valley. Their names are Meehni (922 m), Wimlah (918 m), and Gunnedoo (906 m).

The Sisters were formed by erosion. The soft sandstone of the Blue Mountains is easily eroded over time by wind, rain and rivers, and the cliffs surrounding the Jamison Valley are being slowly broken up. Formations like the Three Sisters are created when water seeps into small cracks in the rock, gradually enlarging them over time to form large indentations. Eventually, the Sisters will be eroded away completely.

The modern day tourism industry has created a legend that says that three sisters fell in love with three men from a neighbouring tribe, but marriage was forbidden by tribal law. Battle ensued, and the sisters were turned to stone by an elder to protect them, but he was killed in the fighting and no one else could turn them back. This legend is falsely claimed to be an Indigenous Australian Dreamtime legend.

From the nearby Echo Point, a bushwalking trail leads to the Three Sisters and down to the valley floor via a set of well-maintained steel steps. The Federal Pass is a trail leading to the base of Katoomba Falls and the Katoomba Scenic Railway.

The Blue Mountains are considered one of the most scenic and beautiful sites in Australia.



Dah abes pusing Echo Point, kitaorg g Scenic World. Kalau ikut plan asalnya, tour group kitaorg akan hiking ke bawah then naik balik ke atas via Scenic Railway. Tapi seperti selalu nya jugak la, mana la aku nak join Aku plan nak naik semua sekali (Scenic Skyway+Scenic Railway+Scenic Walkway+Scenic cableway) so I separated myself from the group. Lagipon lebih baik try semua sebab tiket dia cuma $28 je kalau termasuk Skyway. Kalau x campur Skyway, harga dia $16 kot kalau x silap.



Sebab mostly semua orang tak nak dah spend money, so cuma kami berempat je kali ni (Me+Huong+Javier+Abd Aziz)



Kalau sayangkan anggota badan, dok dalam train tuh diam2!

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Scenic World

Float on air in the recently unveiled Skyway with its world first Electro-Sceni Glass Floor. Ride the steepest incline Railway in the world down to a lush and hidden valley. Stroll along the Walkway through towering Jurassic rainforest, and refresh both your spirit and soul! Quietly glide out of the valley aboard the Cableway, taking in the breathtaking panorama of the stunning World Heritage Listed Blue Mountains National Park. At Scenic World Blue Mountains enjoy 360° views, taking in the famous Three Sisters, the magnificent Katoomba Falls, Mt Solitary and the near endless vista of the Jamison Valley.

For more information, visit http://www.scenicworld.com.au




1st shoot=semua posing cun2 (kamera Javier), 2nd shoot=Huong kasi tanduk kat Javier (kamera Huong), 3rd shoot=Aku plak tambah tanduk utk Huong (kamera aku).

Gambar ni masa kat Scenic Walking. Nampak tak Three Sisters kat belakang tuh?

p/s: gambar dalam Cableway takde. Giler padat orang dalam tuh, nak snap pon jenuh kena mencelah. Kalau badan kurus macam si Muneera boleh arr nak sempit, kalau dah saiz triple XL macam aku ni... melongo je la tengok


Tuesday, 1-Apr-2008 09:09 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tour: Sydney-Sydney Tower/Skywalk

Sydney Tower Guide
7 of us
ozTrek
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Balik dari Bondi Beach around 1730. Tunggu dinner at 1830 then sambung merayau. Kali ni pegi nak try Sydney Tower/Skywalk plak. Sebab memang join tour nie sorang2 so takde geng dgn sapa2. Tak sangka ramai gaks yg nak ikut. Kitaorg pergi bertujuh (Me+Huong+Javier+Saleh+Radin+Muhamed+Jihad). Tak jauh mana pon Sydney Tower dari tempat kitaorg stay, jalan kaki tak sampai 20 minit pon

Sebab kitaorang pergi in a group+student so dapat diskaun. Tiket $40 for Sydney Tower+Observation Deck+Skywalk+OzTrek (Note: Sydney Tour Guide cost me $3 only)
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Sydney Tower

Construction of Sydney Tower Centrepoint began in late 1970 with the first 52 shops opening in 1972. The office component was completed in 1974 and the final stage of the complex, the Sydney Tower, was opened to the public in August 1981.
Ranked as one of the safest buildings in the world the design has made the tower capable of withstanding earthquakes and extreme wind conditions. 56 cables stabilise the tower, and if the strands of these cables were laid end to end, they would reach from Sydney to Alice Springs, or from Sydney to New Zealand.

The turret has a capacity of 960 persons, and contains two levels of restaurants, a coffee lounge, an Observation Deck, two telecommunication transmission levels and three plant levels. Three high speed double deck lifts take approximately 40 seconds to travel from top to bottom.

The 1504 stairs, constantly monitored by security, provide emergency exit from the tower. Divided into two fire-isolated sets of pressurised stairs, they allow patrons direct access to street level.

The 420 windows of the tower are cleaned by a semi-automatic window-cleaning machine, which recycles and filters 50 litres of water. This machine takes two days to clean all 420 windows.

A 162,000 litre water tank, the tower's primary damping system, one million dollars worth of fire protection equipment and countless sprinklers add to the safety standards which far exceed normal building requirements.



picture credit to Saleh & Amoi

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Observation Deck

This is the gem at the top of Sydney’s crown. It's the best way to appreciate the contours of the Harbour and the spread of the city. There are two ways to get to the turret's Observation Deck - climb the 1504 stairs! - or ride to the top in one of three small, but fast, lifts. They power up the steel shaft of the tower in about 40 seconds to deposit you at the roof of Sydney for a 360-degree panorama you’ll never forget.

Standing 250 metres (820 feet) above the city streets, you encompass the breathtaking views of one of the world's most spectacular cities. Imagine if the first settlers were able to see such a view now! In the thriving city, everything looks neat: the tops of the fig trees in Hyde Park move in the wind like waves and the busy city streets seem to run smoothly.

You can now see Sydney Harbour Bridge as a bird does. Watch as ferries & yachts zoom around the stunning harbour. Watch cars and people going about their busy daily lives. Then cast your gaze around the horizon to see north towards the Central Coast of New South Wales, south towards the Royal National Park and Wollongong, and west all the way out to the distant Blue Mountains.

Towards Sydney airport the red tiled roofs of suburban bungalows stretch ever southwards, blue squares of swimming pools shimmering from grassy back yards. You might even catch a game of back yard cricket in action through the binoculars or see families enjoying time together in the many parks.



Diaorg semua tinggi2! Aku dgn Huong je yg katik (baca: jari aku tuh sepatutnya nampak macam nak gunting Sydney Haarbour Bridge, tapi x jadi la plak )

Naik Skywalk takleh bawak apa2, leh bawak badan je. Skyguides je yg bawak kamera & amik gambar semua. Cermin mata pon diaorg taruk tali supaya tak terbang (baca: rasa macam dah jadi nenek je bila kena pakai spek bertali gitu )

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Skywalk is a unique high-altitude adventure on top of Sydney Tower. At 260 metres above Sydney, experience an exhilarating outdoor walk on the roof of the city. Skywalk is a 45 minute adventure, running approximately every 45 minutes- no bookings required.

Dressed in protective clothing and safety-harnessed to external walkways, Skywalkers experience a buzz unmatched by any other Sydney attraction, at double the height of Sydney Harbor Bridge and the same height as the Eiffel Tower. Step out onto the clouds as you venture across the glass-floored viewing platform for unique 360-degree views over glittering Sydney and beyond.

Expert Skyguides accompany you on your journey, providing colourful commentary. From the city’s famous golden beaches to the distant Blue Mountains, push your willpower to the edge as you face Sydney like never before: feel the high-altitude breeze, touch the clouds or simply hang out on the horizon.



Dah abes skywalk, kitaorg masuk plak OzTrek. Best giler!!!!!! Memang berbaloi arr bayar $40 for everything. We were the last group on tour that night, so xyah rush2 utk kluar & dapat arr ronggeng semua activities lama2 sket.
Picture credit to http://www.sydneytoweroztrek.com.au
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OzTrek - An amazing virtual reality ride across Australia

The largest simulated ride in the southern hemisphere and the only one of its kind in Australia. OzTrek takes you on an amazing virtual adventure across Australia’s cultural history and geography, where diverse Australian landscapes are brought to life with a unique integration of 3D holographic technology, animated models and scenic art.
Start your OzTrek journey soaring like a sea eagle above Sydney’s icons, gliding effortlessly over the Bridge, Opera House and the warm sands of Bondi beach; feel the exhilaration of white water rafting down a tropical Queensland river; take a mark on the field at a game of Aussie Rules Football; muster wild buffalos by helicopter in the Outback and get right into the jaws of a huge saltwater crocodile!

Your OzTrek journey excites the senses with its 180-degree cinema screens, special effects with sensational surround sound and heart-stopping real-motion seating! This ensures your virtual Australian tour is a fun addition to your Sydney visit and it should not be missed.

source:http://www.sydneytoweroztrek.com.au


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