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Farewell Sydney, from beautiful Watson’s Bay

Sydney has never stopped surprising me, there is just so much to see and do in this city, it feels endless – you never get bored! My last trip during my internship at WTC was to the beautiful Watson’s Bay – what a great way to finish this trip to Australia!wb6

The unique suburb Watson’s Bay is only a short ferry ride away from the city. It offers some nice views of Sydney’s magnificent skyline and there are restaurants, bars and cafes in the area to suit anyone’s tastes.

The Watson’s Bay Beach Club Restaurant is one of a kind and definitely my favourite. The Restaurant has the perfect spot overlooking Sydney and the gorgeous Watson’s Bay Beach. The atmosphere is unbeatable and is definitely an amazing spot to catch up with some friends or just enjoy the view with your favourite drink in your hand.wb5

I highly recommend to catch the Ferry and see Watson’s bay. It’s beautiful, it is only 30 minutes from the city and it only coasts you a couple of dollars to get there; so why not? While you are there and have some spare time, you should walk the five kilometre cliff-top walk (‘The Federation Cliff Walk’) from Watson’s Bay to Dover Heights. It’s a stunning postcard view out to the Pacific Ocean and, if you are brave enough, there are some places where you can go cliff jumping (tick that off your bucket list!!)wb3

This is my last post for the WTC blog and my interning has sadly come to an end 🙁  I am so very grateful for this amazing and unique opportunity and I couldn’t have been happier with my time in Sydney and at WTC. I have learnt that anything is possible, you just have to believe in yourself and it will all work out! Over these past two months I have grown so much, and learnt a lot about myself. I have gained invaluable experience which will be useful for my studies and my future carrier in the Travel & Tourism industry. I have created life-long memories for which I will be forever grateful.

Thank you Sydney for the amazing time and I will see you again one day (for the fifth time!)  Like the WTC travel agent said (in his charming Aussie accent) when I said goodbye: ‘You are like a boomerang, you just keep coming back!’ And I guess he is right, this was definitely not the last time I will travel to the land down under.wb4

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