Sydney Wildlife World

Last day at Sydney, night we flying off to Melbourne, but before that we visit Wildlife World, truly unique experience in viewing wildlife. From there we get to see the Australia’s animals Koala bear and Kangaroo, a hugely popular spot for families to visit. And whole day free and easy at Darling Harbour, can see many peoples dressed formal and sexy, guess a lot parties going on night there.

Sydney Wild Life
Australia’s most famous four-legged animal Koala, this fluffy sleeping under the broad daylight. It's not often to see them awake, since they're sleep 18-20 hours per day.
Sydney Wild Life
I didn't know kangaroo can lay down like this, how do they get up?
Sydney Wild Life
Up close with kangaroo, they are hopping around. Did you know how kangaroo got its name? It seems that some explorers were in Australia, and they saw these animals jumping around, so they asked the Aborigone people what they were. The response was 'Kangaroo', means I don't understand.
Sydney Wild Life
Another type of marsupial family of kangaroo, Wallaby.
Sydney Wild Life
An awakened koala, he is so lazy that he lay his ass on the stick.
Sydney Wild Life
Adorable.
Sydney Wild Life
The Last Living Dinosaur, monster Crocodile.
Sydney Darling Harbour
Wildlife World just next to the Aquarium at Darling Harbor.
Sydney Darling Harbour
After visit the Wildlife World, we got whole day free at Darling Harbour until the night.

Sydney Darling Harbour

Sydney Darling Harbour

Sydney Darling Harbour
Find something to eat for lunch, a huge portion of duck noodle is like half duck inside the noodle, cost eleven Australian dollor.
Sydney Darling Harbour
Street performance.
Sydney Darling Harbour
I though of watching Harry Potter 7 instead of walking around for time pass.
Sydney Darling Harbour
Darling Harbour Aquarium Ferry Wharf is one of the commuter wharves serving the locality of Darling Harbour in Sydney.
Sydney Darling Harbour
Cool structure of net building.
Sydney Airport
Next, we ready to fly to Melbourne.
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