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    Hi!

    Just need a bit of advice about whether 6 days is long enough to experience Sydney. Obviously I know there is a lot of different things a person can do there, but I want to know how long people think is sufficient to keep a tourist interested.

    Basically I land on the 27th and will spend one night alone before my cousin joins me on the morning of the 28th. She will fly back home on the 8th. She has suggested that maybe we fly to Tasmania on the 3rd and return back to the mainland on the 6th in time for her to catch her flight on the 8th.

    My dilemma is, when I return to mainland from Tasmania, do I fly back to Sydney (to experience it some more), fly to Melbourne (to move on somewhere new) or scrap tasmania altogether and stay in Sydney for 2 weeks?
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    So are you just in Australia for 2 weeks?

    6 days is a good amount in Sydney. Theres obviously the opera house/ harbour bridge, zoo, bondi. Consider going to the Blue Mountains (awesome).

    Never been to Tas, so cannot really comment

    Melbourne is brilliant, but 2 days wont do it justice.
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    I spent 3 days in Sydney and 3 in Melbourne, internal flights are quite cheap so make the most of it!

    Melbourne is amazing but I felt Sydney was like many other city's and doesn't have that many Aussies there. The great ocean road is incredible, if you get the chance.

    My favourite places have to be The Great Ocean Road and North New South Wales. Make sure you go to Tazzie, I've heard it's breath taking


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