For fans of Warner Bros. films, Movie World is a must-visit agenda.
With a very thick hollywood feel, Movie World really spoils its fans with interesting attractions.
We can find favorite movie characters such as Batman, Looney Tunes, Austin Powers, Scooby Doo, Marilyn Monroe and so on there.
Movie characters that we can only see through the screen become real when we set foot into Movie World.
For those who like fun and adrenaline-challenging games, there are Superman Escape, Arkham Asylum, Batwing Spaceshot, Green Lantern Coaster, and so on.
An adrenaline-challenging game exclusively for adults only.
If you want to relax and don’t want a challenging game, at Movie World there are several theaters that provide 4-dimensional films.
The audience must wear special glasses in order to experience the 4-dimensional effect.
Meanwhile, if you invite children, there are special rides at Kids Fun with main attractions such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tweety, Sylvester, Wile E. Coyote, and so on. Opening hours: 10:00 – 17:00 local time
How to get there: Take bus number 705 from Surfers Paradise or Broad Beach South to Marina Mirage.
One of the fun refreshing places in Melbourne is South Wharf.
Besides being fun. South Wharf can also be one of the free recreational options in the middle of Melbourne.
Visitors can watch the beautiful sunset in the late afternoon.
If you want culinary, there are many cafes and restaurants around South Wharf.
For those who want to shop, you can walk to DFO South Wharf.
DFO is a shopping center that sells branded goods at discounted prices.
DFO South Wharf is a favorite place for brand-name hunters.
DFO 10:00 – 18:00. cafes and restaurants operating hours vary
How to get there: Take tram number 96 or 112 to the Clarendon Street stop. Continue walking to Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Then continue walking for about 500 meters beside the Exhibition Center along South Wharf. DFO is at the end of the pier. Cafes and restaurants are along South Wharf.
One of the favorite shopping centers of tourists in Sydney is Paddy’s Market.
There, foreign tourists can get typical Australian souvenirs at low prices when compared to tourist attractions.
There are many shops selling various kinds of souvenirs, so visitors can freely choose.
Some of the souvenirs that we can get at Paddy’s Market are key chains, fridge magnets, wallets for changing change, stuffed kangaroos, bags with pictures of Australian or kangaroo icons, stationery, and so on.
In the same area, there is a Market City that sells branded goods.
Market City concept is similar to factory outlets or DFO.
The goods sold are international brands, but at low prices.
In general, the condition of the goods is still quite good, but most of them are not the latest models.
Market City can be a choice for shopping for branded goods if we don’t have time to go to DFO or factory outlets which are usually farther from the city center.
Paddy’s Market opening days & hours:
Wednesday – Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 local time
Monday & Tuesday closed
Market City Opening Days & Hours: Daily 10:00 – 19:00
How to get there: Take the train to Town Hall station, then walk for about 5 minutes
Shades of blue dominate the Blue Mountains and its surroundings.
If it is not foggy and the weather is clear, the range of mountains, valleys, and hills in the Blue Mountains looks even more stunning, mysterious, wild, and difficult to conquer.
However, visitors still feel safe when traveling to the Blue Mountains, because a sturdy and strong fence limits the rows of valleys and hills.
The Three Sisters is a popular legend in the Blue Mountains.
Three Sisters is believed to be the incarnation of three sisters named Meehni, Wimlah, and Gunnedoo.
Their father turned them into stone to protect their tribe during the war.
But the shaman who transformed them died in the war, so the spell was irreversible.
So, until now the three sisters have remained stone.
If we pay attention, the three stones standing in the Blue Mountains do resemble human figures.
To see the Three Sisters, visitors must go to Echo Point.
From Echo Point, there is a path and steps leading to the viewing post.
From the viewing post, visitors can see the Three Sisters clearly.
There are other ways to see the Three Sisters besides taking the special route, namely by the Scenic Skyway, Scenic Cableway, and Scenic Railway.
but visitors have to pay a ticket to be able to ride some of these modes of transportation.
How to get there: Take the train bound for Mount. Victoria to Katoomba station from Sydney Central station. Travel time is about 2 hours.
How to explore Blue Mountain and its surroundings: take the Blue Mountains Trolley Tour whose office is opposite Katoomba station. The system is the same as Hop on Hop off. Visitors can go down to the tourist spots they like, then go up again if they want to go to other tourist attractions.
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