Where We Ate:
The Waterfront Restaurant: Enjoy a harborside dining lunch, Sydney style, at the Waterfront Restaurant in the heart of Sydney's historic Rocks precinct.
Hugo's Bar Pizza: Having won the crown of "World's Best Pizza," Pete Evans invites you to use your skills in a pizza-making lesson, then Hugo's award-winning mixologists demonstrate the art of the perfect cocktail.
The Argyle Precinct: Enjoy the best of multicultural Sydney dining in the historic Argyle Precinct. Dine at one of three restaurants: Sake, showcasing modern Japanese; The Cut, which serves the finest cuts of prime Australian beef and sustainable seafood; and The Argyle Bazaar, presenting an Australian twist on Spanish tapas. Everyone will come together in the sandstone courtyard that dates back to the early 1800s to finish the night with cocktails and dessert.
Bungalow 8: Enjoy a waterside brunch at Bungalow 8 at Sydney's King Street Wharf.
What We Saw:
Taronga Zoo: Australia's unique wildlife welcomes you to Sydney's Taronga Zoo. Board the Captain Cook Cruises' MV Sydney 2000 for a luxury cruise across spectacular Sydney Harbor before meeting the friendly locals, including koalas and kangaroos.
Royal Botanic Gardens: See why the world flocks to Sydney in the summer. Enjoy the Royal Botanic Gardens, which is nestled between the city and the harbor.
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