Cockatoo Island Camping

Address: Sydney Harbour, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia | Campground
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This campground, located on Sydney Harbour, Sydney, is near Cockatoo Island, AAT Kings Sydney Day Tours, Clarkes Point Reserve, and Dawn Fraser Pool.
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    Sydney To Prague via Hong Kong & Paris

    A travel blog entry by myxr80254 on Oct 12, 2015

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    ... 30 Sydney time). Good flight. Waited 3 hours for connecting flight to Prague

    Finally arrived in Prague , checked into Masna Apartments right in the centre of The Old Town, within walking distance to all main attractions. Masna is a beautiful old apartment, built in 1890. Prague is cloudy & cold - about 3 C. Had dinner in nice restaurant with nice cold beer & wines. Bed early


    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by rarablue4 on Sep 06, 2015

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    ... at large sheets of ice - we were flying over Antarctica! We saw massive icebergs and ice sheets. We could only imagine how large the icebergs were as we were seeing them from such a height. Absolutely stunning.
    Finally arriving home in Adelaide after a very full flight from Sydney we fell into bed exhausted, our long journey over with many shared memories, photos and new friends. An experience never to be forgotten.
    ˇHasta luego sudamérica!


    Rocks Market and Luna Park

    A travel blog entry by smithputney on Aug 23, 2015

    ... on a few other things too. The dodgems were ok, but not very fast and there was a central island which prevented the narrow turns and general chaos that you can get in the UK. I went on the Hir Raiser, which was a classic drop ride, but very high. It simply went up, got to the top and dropped down again. It was higher thn the ones I've been on in the UK, the drop was much longer and faster and you couldn't tell when you were at the top to know when ...

    July/August outback trip 2015

    A travel blog entry by judybrown on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... the Burkes. Booked into motel $139/night, newly refurbished room then and went Burkes for a half decent Chinese meal. Was a it of a find in PA!. Returned to motel, heaps of traffic! 10 minutes later we had a fireworks display right outside the motel. Pretty good end to a very long day. Day 3 Sunday 02/8/2015 Left Port Augusta 0720 81520kms. Cool and clear. Burkes in tow. Stopped in Glendambo and and had morning tea. Arrived Coober Pedy 1300. Met the Lippeys and ...

    A little stroll over Sydney Harbour

    A travel blog entry by jolawrence1 on Jun 29, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... scary at first but boy were the views worth it! And once I realised I wasn't going to plummet to my death over the side I actually really, really enjoyed it. It wasn't even tough going as you're constantly stopping and listening to the guide tell you 'bridge stories', like the man that fell into the cement mix and is entombed in the wall, and other delightful tales... Anyway after a fab ...