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Explore Hugh Jackman's Australia

James Fisher A raised safari bungalow at the Bamurru Plains bush camp, in northern Australia.

Photo: James Fisher

While Baz Luhrmann’s film Australia is set mainly in the Top End, Sydney makes an important appearance. Here, the star of the 2008 movie, Hugh Jackman, shares his favorite hometown spots.

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Inspired by: Investigating Australia’s Top End Outback — by Shane Mitchell, Published Sep. 2008

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    Catalina

    Seaplanes make dramatic landings right in front of this restaurant, a modern glass-and-steel space on the eastern harbor foreshore in Rose Bay. (Ro

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    Sydney Harbour National Park

    This patchwork of urban green spaces protects most of the city’s foreshore and islands. Hermitage Foreshore Walk, a mile-long trail, reveals vest-p

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    Kayak in Rose Bay

    Home to the Woollahra Sailing Club, this eastern harborfront is packed on weekends with sailing yachts, outrigger canoes, and kayaks. From October

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    Bronte to Bondi Coastal Walk

    This lovely coastal walk begins at Ben Buckler Point, on the northern end of Bondi Bay, and winds south for two miles along sandstone cliffs and wh

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    Australian Museum

    Established in 1827, this natural history and environmental sciences museum is a favorite for family outings. The institution also has an excellent

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