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#1 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Whether seeing theatre, orchestra, opera, ballet, pop concert, musical or just amazing art projections on its iconic sails, perhaps dinner overlooking the amazing harbour or pre show drinks at the Opera Bar, the S...
Definitely take the tour.... it's an early start and you get breakfast.. Our guide was awesome - fun, informative, funny, and very knowledgeable!! Behind the scenes looks.... see the performers suites.... trivia a...
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#4 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
You finish in the very beautiful botanic gardens with the superb gardens and array of trees and plants all beautifully manicured, a cafe and a very good restaurant and a garden shop with interesting and different...
After seeing the sights of Sydney all day we enjoyed a pleasant walk from the Opera House to the Botanical gardens, the walk around the harbour offers amazing views as you make your way from the busy city to the t...
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#10 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We visited this grand lady of theatre on Sunday for a matinee performance of these two outstanding performers, and to see James two sons William and Harry it was such a pleasurable experience As always James is ju...
Sumptuous gothic architecture, fantastic entrance hall, fabulous and impeccable concierge service...
#12 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Queen Victoria Building has been a favourite & exquisite shopping destination for more many, many years !! Great shopping, great food, great coffee & a great central location with easy access !! Classic & Charming...
We stayed right near this building, so spent plenty of time there - wandering, shopping, eating .... from high-end shops to delicious eateries and wine bars, to the fabulous structure of the building (and statues...
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#14 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
A long stretch of footpath for couples, families to enjoy an evening stroll, with the perfect view of the opera house and harbour bridge and when you’re lucky, you’ll get a full rainbow view like we did!
Walking distance from it, is the Port, Opera House, Botanical Gardens,Harbour Bridge, The Rocks and also the place where you can take ferries to get the best views on Sydney's Skyline and its Icon places.
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#16 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
I have always loved this cathedral as its located next to hyde park, a very short walk to both St. James & Museum station, and close walk to Sydneys Westfield, the harbour, and the botanical gardens & domain.
Irrespective of your faith this is an amazing place of worship to visit this was after visiting gallery of nsw and before wandering thru the botanical gardens which are adjacent to this wonderful cathedral.
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#19 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
You can get in the other side, and the views of the memorial statues etc. are wonderful You'll be happy you did this, and so will the WW1 and other soldiers you are memorializing.
Statue of the sacrifice (soldier) sits atop a pedestal monument symbolic of support from soldiers mother and family.The volunteers explain details of the design and building that bring additional meaning and under...
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#22 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
If you're spending the day nearby around the harbour, cbd and/or botanical gardens, plan to score a ticket as a nice way of rounding off your day.The guides are exceptional and beautiful buildings are always fun t...
Highlights are the Main Hall, with the historic portraits of past governors and the coats of arms; the drawing room with portraits of Australia's first monarchs George III and Queen Charlotte, and the ballroom wit...
#29 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We had a great time here - the tour we got of the police station side - archives, cells and collections was great.
It documents the history of the justice system of Sydney and the shady characters that existed.
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#30 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
The restaurants, shops and all other amenities were a perfect backdrop against which to enjoy the sounds, sights and culinary variety on offer.
Wander around and choose from plenty of restaurants and there are great tourist attractions near by.
#31 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
... before trekking back to US.... our stay was fabulous !!! Loved everything from great restaurants and cafes to our walks in and around the Rocks, close by beaches to day trips and tours around Sydney and beyond.
The CBD is filled with skyscrapers intermixed with fine old historic buildings and it extends from about Circular Quay, along Sydney Cove, roughly ending a little past the Sydney Opera House.
#32 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Walking around in the evening in the Town Hall area you see the beautiful building all lit up with gorgeous lights.The building has simply stunning architecture and is a welcome sight amongst the building sites.
The building is painted in heritage colours and the vestibule is particularly intricate and well worth a look.
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#33 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
The three portions contain fantastic bronzes of Diana the huntress, represented here as a symbol of charity; the next is Pan with his hands resting on animals representing the good things of Earth.
A beautiful huge fountain with the gorgeous Hyde Park surrounding and views of St Marys Cathedral on one side.
#34 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
A stroll across the bridge in either direction and along the water on a sunny day is a fantastic way to soak up the history.
Coming from the CBD via Market Street, you have the option of taking the Pyrmont Bridge to get across the water to Darling Harbour or take the longer but still scenic walk along the Cockle Bay Wharf and the periph...
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#35 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
U can see Sydney with 360 degree view... what a site... capture views of Harbour Bridge and Opera House... the observation deck is breath-taking... entrance is from Pitt Street Mall... located centrally in CBD.
This is an event in itself up the tower the views from the top are spectacular in day or night Night is great to see all the lights, seeing all the landmarks from the tower, bridge, harbour, opera house etc Restau...
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#42 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We were there during the day with very few people present, but would love to return at night when the area is lighted which would add another element to the pleasure of enjoying the atmosphere with multiple bird s...
I was looking for something to see or do on my day of departure from this wonderful city and I found this place highlighted online so made the hour and a half train journey into the city to see this display for my...
#45 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Looking at cathedrals always keeps me in awe of their grandeur.
It has been described as Gothic Revival architecture and is worth a look.
#46 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
St. James Church (close to Sydney's cathedral and Hyde Park) is a beautiful example of Georgian church architecture and the oldest surviving church in Sydney.
Lovely Church - a real oasis in a busy city
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#47 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
... House; Conservatoire; Library; Parliament House; Royal Mint; Hospital (check out the ‘Good Luck’ Wild Boar Fountain; and Hyde Park Barracks Museum; ; plus various stately residences and commercial premises.
... who established the permanent public buildings that still stand along the street such as the Mint, Hyde Park Barracks, St James' Church as well as setting the boundaries of the streets we can see in the CBD now.
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#48 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We had a tour of the GPO Sydney, Margaret was very informative and we learnt about the history of this amazing building.
Go downstairs, bypass the restaurant entry, and free of charge you will find tucked in a corner a display and viewing opportunities for this underground watercourse.
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#49 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
He clearly has a passion for the history of the building, and his ability to answer questions and make the tour really enjoyable was brilliant.
Visitors are allowed great access to the building, including hands-on in both chambers, when on the (free) tour.
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#53 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
there is a small cafe and seating here if you want to pause on your journey through the botanic gardens.
We were keen to check out the carnivorous plant display and were not dissappointed by the variety on display.
#67 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
It was designed by Bertram Mackennal, and comprises a massive granite block, with bronze statues of a sailor at one end and a soldier at the other.
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#70 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
In the text, next to the statue is the instruction, that "If coins are dropped into the fountain, or donations are put into the box, legend says, that if you rub the nose of the boar, you’ll be endowed with good f...
It seems that most tourists like to see the wild boat fountain.
#74 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
The history of the synagogue is linked to that of the Jewish presence in Australia.
Beautiful building, worth going on a tour
#79 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
On the ground floor, in a chamber next to but separate from the retail bank, is a heritage gallery featuring original fittings, furniture and decor which also contains historic artefacts and explanatory posters re...
#92 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
#95 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
... glittering Cockle Bay & Sydney skyline, walking distance to CBD, adjacent to & surrounds gourmet eateries, restaurants, cafes, shops, boutiques, souvenir shops, ice-cream parlours all along in and outdoor Darl...
Went to the Def Leppard concert and the sound quality was outstanding, seating designed well and facilities great.
#99 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney