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Overlander.tv - Sydney by Day, Harbour cruise and fish market

In Sydney I Interviewed Richard Maddrell, who works in the tourism industry. If someone has a day to spare in Sydney, Richard suggested taking a harbour cruise, and visiting the fish market.

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