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My wife and I will be visiting Sydney this October. Will be there two weeks, three days of a conference and the rest on the time to do the tourist thing.

Looking for definite places to see and places to avoid. Food, entertainment, culture, or whatever places you guys think.
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October? Do your three days in Sydney then leave. It’s a hole. Don’t waste your time there.

Hire a car and head north and visit Yamba, Byron Bay and Lamington National Park.
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Why would you recommend Byron bay to anyone?
It was once a nice little town, and now its full of rich hippies. Normal people.can't afford to live there. Its just another coastal town, and a tourist trap.
Things to do in Sydney, depends on what you are into I suppose. Great food, great restuarunts near the opera house, aria is a pretty good one.
Darling harbour is worth a look, catch a ferry over to Manly and check out the northern beaches.
Drive the coast road south to Wollongong, beautiful drive!
Canberra is only about 3 hours away by car, and the national war memorial (museum) is arguably the best in the world.
Sydney is a beautiful city, but when you go to the suburbs, its just like any other city.
I live in Darwin BTW, which is very remote, I always look forward to visiting Sydney. I grew up near Byron bay, and what it has become, I hate!
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