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The IMAX Theatre: The IMAX Theatre claims to have the world's biggest movie screen; eight storeys high and showcasing spectacular nature films especially made for the format. There are usually three movies played each day, running for 45 minutes and screened in rotation. IMAX offers some of the best family entertainment in Sydney.

Oceanworld: Oceanworld in Manly is open daily, offering daily shark feeding sessions and a seal show. Though much smaller and less spectacular than the Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbour, Oceanworld is a great outing for children and is well worth a visit.

Customs House: Opening in 1845 and sitting behind the Quay, Customs House is an iconic Sydney space which runs valuable exhibitions and events, fostering a place for the community to connect and thrive with their cultural centre and al fresco dining.

Sydney Entertainment Centre: Centrally located, the Sydney Entertainment Centre is a major venue for international and domestic concerts, hosting everything from rock to Russian dances. Make sure you also take time to also check out the restored Capitol Theatre which is worth a visit if only to experience its amazing interior decor.

Star City: Opened in December 1997, Star City is the only legal casino in Sydney and is open 24 hours a day, every day. Offering 1500 slot machines and 160 gaming tables, Star City has a Lyric Theatre which seats 2000, 900 seats in the Showroom Cabaret seating 900, seven restaurants and five bars.

Art Gallery of NSW: Across from the domain is the renowned Art Gallery of NSW. The permanent display is varied, rewarding and free while revolving temporary exhibits offer cutting edge work from around the world (at a small fee).

State Library: More than library, the NSW State Library offers astounding exhibitions and collections of early Australiana including Captain Bligh's log from the Bounty. The ideal space to seek relieve from the city's bustle.

Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras: The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras takes place in early March each year. A major event with floats, bands, dancing troupes and spectacular costumes, people from all over the world line Oxford Street to experience the Mardi Gras magic, many making it the focal point of a holiday in Sydney.