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  1. What are the things you can do in Sydney, Australia?

Famous mainly for its very own opera house and harbor, there are many other things of which Sydney is mighty proud. Sydney also boasts an incredible bridge, great parks, delicious food, lots of free stuff to do, and amazing surfing. Darling Harbor has a number of good restaurants and great entrainment venues, and the Chinese Garden is quite relaxing. For a night out on the town with colorful locals, there’s nothing like King’s Cross.

  1. How amazing is Uluru?

It’s pretty breathtaking, actually. The wind-blown cuts throughout the rock make it look like a wave of sand climbing over the desert. The iron in the rock produces amazing shades of red and orange during sunrise and sunset. While you can climb Uluru, be forewarned that it is a sacred area to the people of this area.

  1. What can you use to protect your phone when diving?

You’ll be needing a Universal Waterproof Phone case. This universal-fit case protects your phone from dirt and dust, water, scratches, and some impacts while also still allowing full use of your device even underwater including the camera. Perfect for an underwater selfie at the Great Barrier Reef (wink, wink).

  1. What’s one weird adventure you can try in Australia?

Go cage-diving in Australia. Although this does sound like someone’s out with a death wish, it’s not as scary as you think. On one hand, it is pretty adrenaline-pumping. The very idea of being in a steel cage and witnessing some of the deadliest animals in the world is in itself pretty intense. On the other hand, the activity is pretty safe and there will be other experienced animal experts with you, so you don’t have to die in worry.

  1. What’s a great sight to see in Melbourne?

You don’t have to go very far. Simply stroll along the city streets of Melbourne and marvel at their graffiti. Yes, street art at its absolute finest, really.

  1. Can you climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge?

Yes, you actually can. If you’ve got your heart set on conquering the 440 ft climb there are a variety of time slots to choose from. You can climb at sunrise or sunset, and a few spots in between, with the option of an express climb for those short on time or for a half-climb for those who are scared of heights.