Things to see in Sydney
Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Sydney.
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The Sydney Opera House is, without question, an icon of the city. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2007 and was built in 1957 under the direction of architect Jon Utzon. It is a modernist work and consists of several overlap...
This is definitely one of the best beaches I've ever been to...and only a couple miles from downtown Sydney! All of those little black spots you see in the water are surfers trying for one fo the colossal waves. The sand is soft and...
You can enjoy a fabulous view of the city across the bay from this beautiful zoo located in Syndey´s Harbor. I was coincidentally photographing the giraffe licking himself after eating and I was hoping I could catch a "kiss" between...
This is the closest you could get to the harbour bridge in Sydney.
Sydney is a city that lives side by side with the ocean, which has allowed it to have one of the largest aquariums in the world. Situated in the port area of Darling Harbour, near the Maritime Museum, it has over 11,000 species of...
I don't think that anyone could imagine that, in the center of Sydney, less than 10 minutes walk from the Opera House, there is a colony of flying foxes. Walking through the botanical garden, I heard strange noises but I had no idea...
To visit Australia and not see kangaroos or koalas is like not to have even gone. To see them, It's best that you go to the zoo of the city of Sydney. This park is wild because you can feed kangaroos and pet them, and let's not forg...
When you are in the Opera House and see all that you have to walk by to get to the viewpoint, you think about it, but it's definitely one of the places you can not not go! If you are passionate about taking pictures, from here you ...
The Royal Botanic Gardens or The Queen Victoria Park is a place of natural beauty, where people come to learn about plants and animals. The surrounding green area of the park is a wonderful place for sport and entertainment. I recom...
The Rocks is the area from which the sailors disembarked on the First Fleet on January 26, 1788 and the location of the first British settlement in Australia. Today it is the historic old quarter of metropolitan Sydney, located betw...
The Queen Victoria Building is one of the most charismatic buildings in Sydney. Its construction began in the late 19th century and it certainly is a beautiful shopping centre, with a touch of classical "European" style which is not...
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Spectacular and highly recommended two-hour ride on Sydney Harbour, with views of the city from the water and a view of the harbor and the bridge and the opera house. After exploring Sydney, this is a nice way to relax a bit. The fo...
The Chinese Friendship Garden (Garden of Friendship) in Sydney is a must-see if you have the opportunity to travel to this city. It is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney city center, which is near the sea, shopping area and Chinatow...
The Cathedral of Santa Maria (St. Mary's Cathedral) was constructed for the Catholic community in Sydney in 1868. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Sydney and is in the same place where the first Catholic chapel was built in Austr...
The Sydney Spanish Quarter is a neighbourhood in the heart of Sydney that's clearly influenced by Spanish culture. It was formerly frequented by the city's large colony of Spanish immigrants, and even though it's no longer so popula...
The Mardi Gras is the gay pride festival in Sydney, and has been held since 1978, when hundreds of homosexuals marched through the city streets to protest against discriminatory laws and police abuses, and coincided with the famous ...
Sydney Harbour is one of the most known and famous areas of the city. You can take a lot of great photos of your trip here. Here you will find the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney business area which is full of skyscr...
Taken from the Cruise 'Voyager of the Seas'.
Circular Quay is in the Sydney harbor area, where you can catch ferries to different places and beaches in the city. It is a very touristy place, always full of travelers and different people walking around and you can see some of t...
This park is an hour and half from Sydney and devotes itself to the care and nurturing of Koalas. As well as Koalas you can also see kangaroos,wombats, emus and other Australian wildlife. (Wombats are native to Australia and have th...
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