Barrenjoey House

Address: 1108 Barrenjoey Rd, Sydney, New South Wales, 2108, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Northern Peninsula area of Sydney, is near Palm Beach, Avalon Beach, Whale Beach, and Newport Beach.
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        .....its time to face the final curtain

        A travel blog entry by alandhelen on Oct 03, 2015

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        ... and trying to summarise it all. This is clearly impossible, so I have picked 4 pictures of moments when it was all so stunningly beautiful we had to stop and I was almost in tear.Images cannot do justice to just how gorgeous New Zealand is,but I hope these few give you some idea

        We got up at 3 am NZ time and quickly checked out of our hotel and got a shuttle ...

        The Zoo and The Tower

        A travel blog entry by smithputney on Aug 25, 2015

        ... very hard stares. Mountain goats perched precariously on their rocky enclosure, then the last big animals were the lions. The tigers are having a new enclosure built so couldn't be seen. Done with animals we headed back to the exit near the ferry, passing the Red Pandas who were now out and about, although fast asleep in a tree - typical pandas. The ferry ride back was uneventful and from there we headed to the Skytower (Sydney Eye Tower as its now branded). ...

        I Come From the Land Down Under

        A travel blog entry by mjreiber on Aug 19, 2015

        11 photos

        ... of myself. Australia also does attract a sizeable number of Brits and there is a smattering of various European and Asian groups, but nothing like the sheer quantity of Germans.</li><li>There are lots of Asian sectors here (i.e. Chinatown, Thaitown, etc.) However, despite the proximity of the continents and the low cost of standard ingredients in Asian cooking, the food at the restaurant is surprisingly ...

        Day 1

        A travel blog entry by jessanderson on Aug 10, 2015

        3 photos

        ... to circular quay for a nice stroll and some selfies in the sun. It was awesome to finally see the harbour bridge and opera house in person, the experience immediately perked our tired selves up. After that we jumped on a ferry over to Taronga Zoo, the ferry itself was so cool I wouldn't have minded if the zoo wasn't any good, but we both had a lot of laughs and enjoyed all the animals. While wandering around the zoo our early start definitely caught back up with ...

        Only one day, and it rained.

        A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Jul 07, 2015

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        ... the harbour bridge. So that is what we did, but unfortunately, by the time we climbed to the top, it had started raining and the clouds filled in the entire sky. It was still a avery cool place to be, and i got some nice pictures.
        After climbing dow, we walked over to the Opera house, and took a few pictures there before heading around a nice walkway through a park to then get a view of the opera house and the bridge behind it. ...