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The Rock Lookout
Mulgoa
The Rock Lookout area of Blue Mountains National Park is situated within the historic Mulgoa Valley, only minutes from the bustling city of Penrith. A short track of a few hundred metres leads to 'The Rock' with superb views of the Nepean River. A longer track of 2.5 kilometres leads from the car park through swampy heath and Eucalyptus forest to Riley's Mountain where more views of the Nepean Gorge and surrounds can be enjoyed by the keen walker or photographer.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Natural Attractions; Parks and Gardens; Scenic Drives and Walks;
Thirlmere Lakes National Park
Sydney Suburbs
Thirlmere Lakes National Park is situated on 627 hectares and is 105 kilometres south of Sydney and 10 kilometres from Picton.
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Underwater Bondi Experience at Marine Discovery Centre Bondi Beach
Sydney Suburbs
Underwater Bondi Experience - come and see real baby sharks in large camouflaged aquaria at the world's first re-creation of an actual dive site.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Zoos, Sanctuaries, Aquariums and Wildlife Parks;
Vision Valley Conference and Recreation Centre
Sydney Suburbs
Vision Valley Conference and Recreation Centre provides outstanding camps, retreats and adventure days. Since 1972 Vision Valley has been serving their guests with healthy food, lodge style accommodation, and adventure activities all within one hours drive from Sydney. You can be confident that your retreat is in safe and experienced hands.
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Categories: Natural Attractions; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Warragamba Dam
Sydney Suburbs
Warragamba Dam is the largest concrete dam in Australia and one of the largest domestic water supply dams in the world. Lake Burragorang, which is formed behind Warragamba Dam, is around four times the size of Sydney Harbour. To build the dam, three million tonnes of concrete were placed across the Warragamba River in a series of large, interlocking blocks.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Natural Attractions;

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