We saw flocks of cockatoos, ibis, myriad parrots in many colors, great foliage, and stunning views of the opera house and harbour
Wind down and just enjoy the lovely walk from the Opera House to the Botanical Gardens or vice versa. Locals - pls take your overseas visitors on this on a beautiful Sydney day and they won't forget it in a long time.
This is a great activity whether you have just stepped off the plane and need to begin fighting jet-lag, or if you need a break from the pressures of the downtown area. My only advice is don't rush it. Take some time to practice your photography skills, as you'll be pressed to find greater beauty in the area.
Its a fair distance between the Circular Quay central area to the Opera House, it's quite nice to take the time to walk to the Botanics Garden and have a walk around. We went there in between time before our show starts in the evening, quite a nice view and a few attractions to notice in the Botanics Garden. One... More
One can witness grandeur in building and botanic architecture in 1 hour of a stroll. Where else in the world could one enjoy the splendor of Sydney harbor together with brilliant human creativity?
We managed to visit the Opera House late afternoon and booked the last tour at 5 pm. While waiting for that tour, we went over to the Botanic Gardens, and were fortunate to catch the last tram at 4.30pm. It was a wonderful value for money ride, as given the short time we have before the opera house tour started,... More
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