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Sydney-which pass to buy?

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Our family-2 adults and 2 children under 15 will be in Sydney March 28. March 29 (sunday), I scheduled a full day tour to Blue Mountains, Featherdale. We will be in Sydney for 4 nights and back for 1 more night April 5. So I am researching the best pass to buy.
1. I currently have a Blue Mountains trip scheduled on Sunday. But should I change this from Sun to Mon to take advantage of Family Funday Sunday ticket. Will it cover ferry to Manly?
2. On the day we arrive, if I start MyMulti1 week, i will not be able to get April 5 covered. However, if I move Blue Mountains trip to Monday and start the pass on March 31, then it works.
3. If I do the above, then should I just buy single passes on the day of arrival (Saturday) and use the Family Fare on Sun?

Basic itinerary which is all flexible is
1 day-manly/spit bridge
1-day-Bondi/Coogee and Watsons Bay
1-day-Blue Mountains/Featherdale
1-day-Downtown walking tour, bridge, opera house, etc
Last night (april 5th)-walk around....

Thanks. From looking at the transportation pages, I was getting confused as they changed the rules for MyMulti1 and wasnt sure what the best option is for me.

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