This Australian location is a pilgrimage destination for visitors around the world; however it is a fully functional and ... More
This Australian location is a pilgrimage destination for visitors around the world; however it is a fully functional and operational cemetery first. In spite of its local, state, and national significance and being a treasure trove of history Waverley Cemetery receives no government funding for its operation. All revenue is derived from the provision of their services (the sale of Rights of Burial in graves and memorial gardens, burials and ash interments, grave maintenance plans, guided tours, etc).
Built in 1858, the Observatory operated until the 1980s and gained an international reputation for its work. This elegant, sandstone
complex is now part of the Powerhouse Museum. The permanent exhibition, by the light of the southern stars', is ...
South Head and Watsons Bay Walk is an easy trail, with some steps, that takes about two hours. Explore the
spectacular views of the Gap by walking to the top of Military Road and following the walkway. South Head ...
The next best thing to being able to spread your wings and fly over Sydney is being aboard one of
Sydney Helicopters' scenic flights. Swoop over some of Sydney's best loved icons or soar further afield to the Blue ...