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Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden

Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden

2 Reviews
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"Botanical Garden"
2.6km from city centre
"[Super Whole Lavender Bay Scenic Area 𝔬𝔯 Playing the whole network] Wendy Whiteley's Secret Garden Detailed Address: Lavender St, Lavender Bay NSW 2060 Traffic Raiders: Self-driving (by navigation) 𝔬𝔯 Train to North Sydney (There are several hidden paths on the way, and even the vertical direction of the upper and lower stairs. Pay attention to the direction of navigation and observe the small roadside. Road, otherwise it is easy to go the wrong way) Opening time: ②④ hour ticket price: Free parking in the park free highlights feature: Wendys Garden not big, but everywhere is a surprise, every place is very good to take pictures, there is a big tree in the center very suitable for taking photos under the tree and many stairs are super suitable for taking pictures. Very interesting, there are some small delicate and cute sculptures after the stairs Lavender Bay Photo picnic address: Same bright spot: The most recommended lavender bay is the trestle, really how to shoot a good attraction, many locals like to fish in this place to say that picnic in Sydney The first thought is this, is the standard location of ⑦, looking at the sea across the sea, looking at the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and also encountering local with small tents and cushion food to enjoy life here ~The sunset here is too beautiful, as long as the sunny pink sky on the day sees the moon god park every day. Luna Park Sydney Detail Address: 1 Olympic Dr, Milsons Point NSW 2061 Traffic Raiders: Self-driving train to Millions Point Station walk ⑥ Minutes from Sydney Opera House circular quay Wharf by boat to Millions Point Wharf, disembark is the entrance of the amusement park (suit for the first time to travel, experience the baby by boat) Opening time: The business was suspended during the epidemic. After the opening, update the ticket price: free entry to the park and pay additional money, of course, you can also buy the annual ticket 𝔬𝔯 the day ticket 52AUD (the domestic platform purchase is definitely more cost-effective) bright spot characteristics: although the park is not big, but it is also small, although the sparrow is small, five-scrub, all-inclusive, Suitable for children and girls with less courage, there are activities every Christmas. Last year, they participated in the super praise. Tickets are small. 75AUD I don't know if the current entertainment project will be held as scheduled this year because the epidemic canceled the annual Vivid Sydney and will also launch tickets to the night amusement park. Last year I bought 45AUD a lot of photos of the stars' favorites compared to the regular fare discount! Returning to the girlhood only in Luna Park is enough! The night lights are also super beautiful"
Clifton Gardens

Clifton Gardens

1 Reviews
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"Botanical Garden"
5.2km from city centre
"Great views for picnics, snorkeling, fishing We visited Clifton Gardens in the US this summer. It's a nice park in a great location between the zoo and George Hyde. Early spring we drove through a signpost in Clifton Gardens from Mosman, so decided to take a walk. It was a lovely big park with bathrooms and playground right on the water. There were many fishermen on the dock, some people swimming in the blocked area, not afraid of nets or anything? So be careful if you go swimming. I have to say these gardens are now being built into a standard park with some playgrounds and facilities. They are surrounded by jungle and overlook the beautiful bay in the distance, with old military facilities (the current building includes several restaurants) and a large mesh swimming area. There are lots of parking if you get there early. Also parked not far away there is a wide beach, a fishing dock and playground. The harbour coast walk also passes here, on the short walk there is a good kiosk and Chowder Bay restaurant. In addition, the starting line for the holiday Sydney-Hobart yacht race is just over the other side. If you're looking for a picnic with a table and rooftop, there are only four. The rest are plenty of tables around the ground but no roof, plenty of room if you don't mind sitting on the grass. There is also iron plate burn available, but don't know if it's charged. Parking is $5 an hour and $20 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. if you stay longer than 5 hours. There is also a playground, basketball court and a cricket ground. Bring your family, food and dogs is recommended here. Tips: 1. Parking: Get there early or find this park will be a headache. Plus, parking fees are frighteningly high. $5 per hour. 2. Swimming: There are many divers and snorkelers at the dock, bring good gear. 3. Food / Coffee: There is a snack bar on the shore, it tastes good. (Fish and chips, 3 drinks $64!)"