Take a walk on Sydney’s wild side
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Take a walk on Sydney’s wild side

Sydney is a city for nature lovers. Yes, it’s got plenty of culture and refinement — witness the iconic Opera House — but it’s also got Outback topography, loads of wildlife and aboriginal sites easily accessible within the metro area. I traveled there in August to report a story on Australia’s new National Landscapes program that highlights Sydney Harbour and its unique wilderness for the New York Times. Australia2013 230Australia2013 253

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