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Samantha stumbles upon a letter tucked between pages of a Travel3Sixty magazine, while waiting for her flight to Sydney in the Premium Red Lounge. What follows the intriguing opening line of “follow this letter and the more you’ll see…”, are random actions, almost as if specifically addressed to the bold and free-spirited. Close to dismissing the letter at the call of an airport announcement, she decides to bring it with her, only to realize what she sees now can change anytime – if you take the leap and fly.


Follow Samantha in a journey of discovery and inspiration in this 3-series throughout Sydney & New South Wales!

Sydney & New South Wales 

Samantha takes the letter as a guide in Sydney, watch how her adventure unfolds!

See how everything comes together in this third episode.

You’ve seen things of the adrenaline rush, but how about the rush of emotions?

What are you waiting for?

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Blue Lake, Jenolan Caves

Lotte World
Hangang Park

Sydney Harbour

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Enjoy the freshest and purest forms of gelato as you indulge in flavours like best-seller salted caramel with white chocolate chips and poached figs in marsala. Gelato Messina uses only ingredients in their raw and most natural form and make everything from scratch – there’s no such thing as colourings, flavourings, preservatives and pastes here.

Symbio Wildlife Park

Vivid Sydney

Want to stroke a cuddly koala or hand feed a kangaroo? Australia is home to wildlife found nowhere else on Earth and at Symbio Wildlife Park you get a chance for hands-on, close encounters with these animals. Just 45 minutes south of Sydney, it is home to more than a thousand Australian native, farmyard and exotic animals.

This is a beautiful active lighthouse located in Wollongong, overlooking the Tasman Sea from the top of Flagstaff Point. Popular with both locals and tourists alike, it is a scenic spot where visitors can walk by the coast or enjoy a picnic with views of the ocean. 

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The Three Sisters

Hangang Park

Step back in time on the quaint cobblestone laneways of The Rocks, the birthplace of modern-day Australia, where European settlers first stepped ashore. Be fascinated by over 200 colourful stalls at The Rocks Markets during the weekends and find anything from locally designed fashion to handcrafted accessories. On Fridays, The Rocks Foodies Markets transform the place into a food paradise offering fresh fruit, bread, chocolate, olive oils and a whole other range of Australian-made gourmet produce.

Skydive the Beach

The Jenolan Caves in the Blue Mountains are the largest, most spectacular and most famous caves in Australia – and the world’s oldest. Be fascinated by the spectacular formations inside the ancient caves and its pure underground rivers. There are various cave tours to suit people of all ages and fitness levels. 

Take your road trip experience to a totally new level and jump from Australia’s highest altitude of up 14,000 ft. Skydive directly over the beach in Wollongong and enjoy unparalleled views of the coastline. Just one hour south of Sydney CBD, there are free return bus transfers provided every day of the week by Skydive Australia.



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Hangang Park

Bondi to Bronte Coastal Walk

Scenic World

This is the largest working market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere. Here you will be able to taste a wide variety of fresh oysters, crayfish, sashimi slices and more seafood. Join the busy scene of fishermen, traders, gourmet food outlets, cafés, restaurants and market stalls offering more than 100 species of fish daily. It doesn’t get fresher than this. 

Scenic World offers the ultimate Blue Mountains adventure with a range of experiences found nowhere else on Earth. Journey on the world's steepest incline railway with spectacular views of the Three Sisters, glide between clifftops on the glass-floor of Australia’s highest Skyway suspended 270 metres in the air, descend into the ancient Jamison Valley by Cableway and explore Jurassic rainforest along the 2.4 kilometres walkway – the longest boardwalk in the Southern Hemisphere.

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Sydney & New South Wales

BlackStar Pastry

Wollongong Head Lighthouse

Fresh, light and fragrant. Who knew that watermelon slices would taste so good between layers of rose-flavoured cream, topped with fresh strawberries and garnished with pistachios and dried rose petals? Dubbed the most instagrammed dessert in the world, be sure to try one of these famous, mouthwatering strawberry watermelon cakes at BlackStar Pasty in Newtown, Sydney CBD (George Street) or Roseberry. 

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The world-famous, sparkling harbour of Sydney needs no further introduction. There are so many ways to enjoy it. Zip past the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge on an exciting jet boat ride, hop on the public ferry to Manly Beach, or simply relax on a sunset dinner cruise as the sun casts its golden hues on the icons. 

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A 90-minute drive from Sydney, the Blue Mountains is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed range of mountains known for its dramatic scenery, steep limestone cliffs, varied hiking trails and ancient caves. Visit Echo Point for stunning views of the iconic Three Sisters, where you can even hike right up to the first ‘sister’ via the honeymoon bridge.

Sea Cliff Bridge

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The 665-metre Sea Cliff Bridge is a highlight along Grand Pacific Drive and has become an icon to the people of Wollongong and around the world. It is also a great viewing platform for migrating whales heading north/south during migrating season. Ride across the scenic bridge in style with Just Cruisin’ Harley & Trike Tours for a drive vastly superior to anything else in thrill value and visual experience.

The Rocks 

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Jenolan Caves

Bald Hill Lookout

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Enjoy breathtakingly beautiful views high above the rugged coastline at Bald Hill Lookout, where you will see breathtakingly beautiful views over the Pacific Ocean. It is also one of the best launching pads in the world for hang gliding and para gliding.

Take a hike around the Jenolan Caves Blue Lake and be mesmerized crystal clear waters. It’s hard not to feel energized by the abundant and pristine beauty that surrounds you on this gorgeous, easy walk. Beginning and ending from the eastern side of Grand Arch, the track rewards you with beautiful views of the river, lake, waterfalls and suspension bridge. You can even bring your gear to enjoy a dip in one of the swimming holes.

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Gelato Messina

Sublime Point

Hangang Park

It will feel like being on the edge of the world as the views go on forever at Sublime Point lookout – Leura, in Blue Mountains National Park. Gaze across scenic valley views and soak up the unending wilderness upon arriving after an easy trek. On a misty morning, Mount Solitary rising out of the clouds is a magnificent sight.

The iconic Bondi to Bronte coastal walk is dotted with plenty of stunning stops. Stroll along dramatic coastal cliffs, with various lookouts that offer spectacular views of the ocean. If you are lucky you may even spot a humpback whale from afar during the migration season from May to November! Do check out the colourful graffiti on the Bondi sea wall and the iconic Bondi Icebergs POOL – a gorgeous ocean pool that gets its natural refill from the pacific waves. Don’t miss Sculpture by the Sea if you are there from 19 October – 5 November 2017.

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Sydney Fish Market

Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk & Zipline Experience

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The award-winning Illawarra Fly Treetop Walk is one of Australia’s premier treetop walk experiences. Positioned 710m above sea level, the stunning views take in everything from the rainforest floor into the canopy and out to the Pacific Ocean.

Vivid Sydney is the world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas – Australia’s biggest event. From May to June 2018, watch Sydney transform into a colourful, bedazzling outdoor art exhibition. During this annual event, enjoy spectacular light installations and projections on buildings, including the sails of the Sydney Opera House.