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Australia - Let's start with Sydney

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Photo by David  Messent Bridge during Olympics
The Harbour Bridge is always the centre piece of any fireworks celebrations The Harbour Bridge during the Olympics.
Photo by David Messent CBD from Darling Harbour
The Opera House at Dusk The CBD from Darling Harbour
Circular Quay Bounty on Harbour
Ferries at Circular Quay The Bounty - a replica of the original, made for the Mel Gibson film, is a regular visitor
Photo by Larry Gilmore Photo by Utz Hahn
Centrepoint Tower Sydney CBD from the air
Monorail Darling Harbour
The Sydney Monorail - not universally admired! Darling Harbour - converted railway yards now a convention, conference and shopping centre with a Maritime Museum and the Sydney Aquarium.
Opera House from bi-plane Welcoming the Second Fleet
Opera House and Government House from a bi-plane The harbour during the 1988 bi-centenial celebrations. This was "Welcoming the Second Fleet". A re-enactment of the original First Fleet with various Tall Ships from around the world.
Tall ships on the harbour Manly Beach
Tall Ships regularly visit and mix with ferries and yachts on the harbour. Manly Beach - Seven miles from Sydney, one thousand miles from care!
Photo by Craig Lamotte Queen Victoria Centre
Queen Victoria Building - Shopping Centre Pierre Cardin called this "The most beautiful shopping complex in the world"
Opera House from Mrs Macquarie's Chair Opera House from Circular Quay

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