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With 10 days, your visit to Australia will be much more relaxed and you'll get a greater sense of the diversity of Australia landscape, wildlife, and people. You will get to see all three icons -- ...

With 10 days, your visit to Australia will be much more relaxed and you'll get a greater sense of the diversity of Australia landscape, wildlife, and people. You will get to see all three icons -- Sydney, the Great Barrier Reef, and Uluru -- in more depth, and maybe even have time to go outside those areas, especially if you limit your icons to two instead of three.
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    • 10 days in Australia
    • Day 1 Circular Quay Sydenham Circular Quay is built around Sydney Cove and is considered by many to be the focal point of the city. The first European settlement in Australia grew around the Tank Stream, which now runs underground into the harbour here. For many years this was the shipping centre of Sydney, ... Read More
    • Day 1 Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydenham Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world's largest steel arch bridge, and, in its beautiful harbour location, has become a renowned international symbol of Australia. Its total length including approach spans is 1149 metres and its arch span is 503 metres. The top of the arch is 134 me ... Read More
    • Day 1 Sydney Opera House Port Jackson The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre in New South Wales, Australia. It was conceived and largely built by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, opening in 1973 after a long gestation that began with his competition-winning design in 1957. Joseph Cahill's New Sou ... Read More
    • Day 1 Manly Beach Sydney View this itinerary on mygola.com, explore more details about this trip. You can create your custom plan from this itinerary and book. http://www.mygola.com/10-days-in-australia/i291 Manly Beach is "seven miles from Sydney and a thousand miles from care" - a quote penned by the Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company who were in operation from the late 19th and 20th Century. Manly is everything Australian. Its alive with screeching seagulls, long sandy beach ... Read More
    • Day 2 Skywalk Sydenham Sydney Skywalk is an exhilarating 40 minute outdoor experience on top of Sydney Tower, a breath-taking 260 metres above the harbour city. Walk across Sydney's skyline, more than a quarter of a kilometre up above the city. Skywalk will literally send you over the edge, take in sen ... Read More
    • Day 2 Sydney Aquarium Sydenham This is one of the world's best aquariums and should be near the top of your itinerary. The main attractions are the underwater walkways through two enormous tanks -- one full of giant rays and gray nurse sharks and the other where you can see the seals. The sharks get fed at 2pm ... Read More
    • Day 2 Australian Museum Sydenham Though nowhere near as impressive as, say, the Natural History Museum in London, Sydney's premier natural history museum is still worth a look. Displays are presented thematically, the best being the Aboriginal section with its traditional clothing, weapons, and everyday implemen ... Read More
    • Day 2 Australian National Maritime Museum Sydenham Beneath an Utzon-like roof. the Maritime Museum sails through Australia’s inextricable relationship with the sea. Exhibitions range from Aboriginal canoes to surf culture and the Navy. You can almost taste the salt. Free tours happen half-hourly from 10am to 2.30pm; kids’ act ... Read More
    • Day 2 Powerhouse Museum Sydenham The Powerhouse Museum, Australia's largest and most popular museum, is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney. Its unique and diverse collection of 385,000 objects spans history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration. The Museu ... Read More
    • Day 2 Hyde Park Barracks Museum Sydenham These Georgian-style barracks were designed in 1819 by the convict and architect Francis Greenway. They were built by convicts and inhabited by prisoners. These days they house relics from those early days in modern displays, including log books, early settlement artifacts, and a ... Read More
    • Day 2 Bridge Climb at Sydney Harbour Bridge Sydenham The Bridge Climb The Bridge Climb is a 3.5 hour guided journey to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, taking you along the outer arch of the Bridge on catwalks and ladders all the way to the summit, 134 metres above Sydney Harbour. In Climb groups of up to 14 people, you’ll b ... Read More
    • Day 3 The Three Sisters Katoomba The Three Sisters is the Blue Mountains’ most spectacular landmark. Located at Echo Point Katoomba, around 2.5 kilometres from the Great Western Highway, this iconic visitor attraction is experienced by millions of people each year.  The Three Sisters is essentially an unu ... Read More
    • Day 3 Jenolan Caves Jenolan Stalactites, stalagmites, columns, and lacelike rock on multiple levels fill the fascinating Jenolan Caves, a labyrinth of vast limestone caverns sculpted by underground rivers. There are as many as 320 caves in the Jenolan area. Three caves near the surface can be explored on ow ... Read More
    • Day 4 Cairns Wildlife Dome Cairns The Cairns Wildlife Dome is a spectacular all-weather wildlife exhibit encased by a 20 metre high glass dome on the rooftop of the Reef Hotel Casino, right in the heart of Cairns. Rainforest birds and animals wander and fly freely throughout the enclosure that replicates their na ... Read More
    • Day 4 Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park Cairns Whether you choose the day or night experience, the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is one of the best chances you'll have to discover the history and culture of the Aborigines without going to Central Australia. However, it is a much different experience from that which you wo ... Read More
    • Day 5 Reef Fleet Terminal Cairns The Reef Fleet Terminal is located at the end of Spence Street between the Pier Shopping Centre and Cairns Habour Lights. The terminal provides a single hub for travellers to access the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. An estimated 650,000 visitors pass through the terminal ann ... Read More
    • Day 5 The Esplanade Cairns The Cairns Esplanade, in Tropical North Queensland, Australia, has been a focal point for locals and visitors in Cairns city since the region was founded in the late 1800s. It is a recreational area for people from all walks of life — backpackers travelling around Australia, vi ... Read More
    • Day 6 Kuranda Scenic Railway Cairns The original Kuranda Scenic Railway is a spectacular journey comprising unsurpassed views of dense rainforest, steep ravines and picturesque waterfalls. This famous railway winds its way on a journey of approximately 1 hour 45 minutes from Cairns to Kuranda, the village in the ra ... Read More
    • Day 6 Kuranda Riverboat Tour Cairns Behind the train station. Hop aboard for a 45-minute calm-water cruise along the Barron River. There are several signed walks in the markets, and a short walking track through Jumrum Creek Environmental Park, which is off Barron Falls Rd, leads you to a big population of fruit ba ... Read More
    • Day 6 Skyrail Cairns Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, Cairns Australia, is a world first in environmental tourism taking you on an amazing experience over Australia’s World Heritage listed Tropical Rainforest canopy and deep into the forest. The Skyrail experience, spanning 7.5kms over pristine rainfor ... Read More
    • Day 7 Uluru Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre Uluru The Cultural Centre is a good starting point for visitors to the park as it offers information about activities and park info as well as an introduction into Anangu culture. Because of the deep spiritual nature of the area and what is contained within the Cultural Centre, visitor ... Read More
    • Day 8 King's Canyon Petermann Kings Canyon, in Watarrka National Park, is one of the most spectacular sights in central Australia. Sprawling in scope, the canyon's sheer cliff walls shelter a world of ferns and woodlands, permanent springs, and rock pools. The main path is the 6-km Canyon Walk, which starts ... Read More
    • Day 8 Glen Helen Gorge Mt Zeil Glen Helen Gorge slices through the MacDonnell Ranges, revealing dramatic rock layering and tilting. The gorge was cut by the sporadic Finke River, often described as the oldest river in the world. Here the river forms a broad, cold, permanent water hole that's perfect for a brac ... Read More
    • Day 9 Alice Springs Desert Park Flynn Focusing on the desert, which makes up 70% of the Australian landmass, this 75-acre site contains 320 types of plants and 120 animal species in several Australian ecosystems—including the largest nocturnalanimal house in the southern hemisphere. An open air habitat is also ope ... Read More
    • Day 9 Mbantua Australian Aboriginal Art Gallery and Cultural Museum Alice Springs Vividly colorful paintings line the walls at this museum-gallery, which is a highly respected and reliable source of authentic Aboriginal art. The selection is dizzying, but prices can be affordable, and chances are good that an artist or two will be around when you visit. The ar ... Read More
    • Day 9 Alice Springs Telegraph Station Historical Reserve Stuart This oasis marks the first European settlement of Alice Springs, which takes its name from the water hole nearby. Alice Springs began life here in 1872 as a telegraph repeater station, against a backdrop of red hills and sprawling gum trees. Arm yourself with the free map or join ... Read More
    • Day 10 Bronte Beach Sydney A pretty and green beach, equipped with barbecuing facilities and popular with families, spread out across the parkland that provides much needed shade on a sunny day. The surrounding district is rich with refreshment facilities for those with no respect for a Great Aussie Barbec ... Read More
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