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Trip Report A family trip to Sydney and the Blue Mountains

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October last year we spent 3 weeks in and around Sydney visiting our son and DIL who live in Manly. We spent the vast majority of our time in Manly/Sydney with some side trips to other northern beaches and to the Blue Mountains.

In lieu of a trip report, here is a link to our blog with full details of our time there ( and a lot of photos).

https://accidentalnomads.com/category/australia/

Apologies for the family centric nature of the post, but some may find some of the info of use in planning a trip to the city and its environs.

We were lucky enough to be there for the Manly Jazz festival - highly recommended!

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