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T2 Building - Darlinghurst Attraction. About Rennie's 'Always was, always will be' explores what it means to be an urban Aboriginal in contemporary Australian society.

T2 Building - Darlinghurst Attraction

Rennie aims to bring this representation into a very public forum, a unique space that due to its diurnal patterns, allows it to be seen by a broad range of people. His work uses geometric diamonds, referencing his associations to North-Western New South Wales and the traditional markings of the Kamilaroi people. 'Always was, always will be' uses the contemporary mediums of spray paint and stencils applied to 1-5 Flinders Street, a former Commercial Bank, built 1910. Across the front of the building façade, neon text (Always was, always will be) isincorporated into the geometric diamonds. Art Gallery of New South Wales - City Centre Attraction. About Explore five levels of art at one of Australia's most popular art museums, located within beautiful parklands overlooking Sydney Harbour just 10 minutes walk from the city.

Art Gallery of New South Wales - City Centre Attraction

See an extensive collection of Australian art, including one of the largest galleries of Aboriginal art in the country, alongside European masters, Asian treasures and leading local and international contemporary art. Enjoy refreshments in the award-winning restaurant or cafe, and pick up a unique gift from the Gallery Shop. La Perouse Museum - Surrounds Attraction. Museums in Sydney Things to Do in Sydney. Winter is the busiest time for Sydney’s museums as entertainment-seekers flock indoors.

Museums in Sydney Things to Do in Sydney

Locals and visitors are rewarded by a number of high quality and innovative displays and exhibits from the likes of the Powerhouse Museum, the Australian Natural Maritime Museum and the Museum of Sydney. It's a great time to explore Sydney’s indoor offerings and with a number of highly fascinating museums to entertain you and your whole family, you’ll have great day-out options the whole season. Established in 1827, the Australian Museum was the country’s first museum featuring extensive collections of natural science and cultural artefacts.

It has an international reputation for natural history and indigenous research, community programmes and exhibitions.Tyrannosaurs is the museum’s feature exhibition this winter. Sydney et ses environs. Soyez impressionés par les vues époustouflantes de l’océan pacifique tandis que vous marchez le long des falaises en grès sinueuses et sculptées par la mer entre Bondi et Coogee.

Sydney et ses environs

Nagez dans la fameuse piscine de bord de mer de Bondi Icebergs, ou bien regardez-la au coucher du soleil, un cocktail à la main, depuis le restaurant qui la surplombe. Profitez des les vagues folles de Tamarama, appelée « Glamarama » du fait des nombreuses personnes très « glamour » prenant le soleil sur son sable doré. De la mi-octobre à novembre, l’étendue entre Coogee et Bondi est transformée en galerie d’art en extérieur pour l’exposition Sculptures du bord de mer (Sculptures by the Sea). Vous pouvez faire du surf, un pique-nique sur l'herbe ou vous arrêter pour un café à Bronte, un quartier accueillant pour les familles. Sinon, nagez, faites de la plongée libre ou en scaphandre autonome à Clovelly et dans la baie tranquille de Gordon. Préparez votre voyage en Australie - Office du tourisme Australie.

In One Week in Australia. 0Google + Impossible!

In One Week in Australia

Australia is so vast that in 1 week, you'll only be able to get in a small corner of it -- perhaps one city or a few of the natural wonders. It will be memorable, nevertheless, and careful planning will maximize your time and allow you to see some of the major sights. Use the following itinerary to make the most out of a week in Australia, but make sure you don't exhaust yourself trying to cram everything in. Australians are a laid-back lot, generally, and in some places the pace is relaxed. If you have only a week and want to head farther afield, there are two main choices, depending on your interests.

Days 1 & 2: Arrive in Sydney Check into your hotel and spend whatever time you have after arrival recovering from the almost-guaranteed jet lag. Start Day 2 with a ride to the top of the Sydney Tower to experience Sydney's newest and highest open-air attraction, Skywalk, a breathtaking 260m (853 ft.) above Sydney. Day 3: The Blue Mountains Day 5: A Day Trip to the Reef. How to do Australia in a week. Www.zoo.nsw.gov.au 2 Surf's up You really don't need to go any further than Sydney to experience the exhilaration of one of the country's great national pastimes, surfing.

How to do Australia in a week

Bondi Beach is in a suburb of Sydney easily reachable from the centre. What a life! You can leave the office and within half an hour be out riding those waves at Bondi. Www.letsgosurfing.com.au 3 Howzat! Of all the sporting heroes Australia has produced, Sir Donald Bradman is arguably the greatest. There are black-and-white shots of ancient worthies such as Frank Spofforth and Tiger O'Reilly and memorabilia from the time of the controversial "Bodyline" series between England and Australia in 1932/33. Www.scgt.nsw.gov.au 4 A night at the opera.