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Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney, Australia 4.0 mi away
#2 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Loved every minute of Sydney & the bridge didn’t disappoint we drove over it sailed under it & climbed it what a fabulous experience highly recommend the bridge climb views you can only imagine & memories for a li...
Love the Sydney Harbour Bridge and all it's history and majestic structure.. it signifies unity between places and people .. it has become an icon on its own right.. Looking forward to climbing the bridge someday...
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Sydney Opera House

Sydney, Australia 4.4 mi away
#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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Darling Harbour

Sydney, Australia 4.2 mi away
#3 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Exquisite dining whilst the sights of Darling Harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Opera House, The Rocks & Kirribilli House kept us in awe, as the sunset made for wonderful photos too.
Visiting over the new year time I loved the vibrancy of darling harbour Loads of amazing eating places which caters for all Area was full of some entertaining buskers Must visit the maritime museum at end of darli...
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James Craig Tall Ship

Sydney, Australia 3.9 mi away
#7 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We loved our 5 hour voyage on the 19th cent square rigged barque James Craig, through beautiful Sydney Harbour, under the Harbour Bridge, past the Opera House and out into the Pacific under sail.
You can get as involved as you choose in the raising of the sails or you can just sit back and enjoy the beauty of sailing through the magnificent harbour and out through The Heads.
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Pylon Lookout at Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney, Australia 4.0 mi away
#8 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Tickets to the look-out are 'free' with the Bridge Climb and its worth going up the pylon as unlike on the bridge climb you are able to take your camera, so you can get some great shots.
A great vantage point for the harbour delights of Sydney, went on many occasions over my younger life, white cats used ti inhabit the castle like pulpits of the SE Pylon, great for anyone scared of heights, and th...
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The Opera House to the Botanic Gardens Walk

Sydney, Australia 4.4 mi away
#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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BridgeClimb Sydney

Sydney, Australia 4.0 mi away
#13 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Even though expensive I think it’s worth the experience especially if it’s a lifetime trip definitely one of the top things to do here views are spectacular loved the stories by the staff member a great memory.
Absolutely Fantastic, We went on the night time climb, it was the one if the best things we have done, we had clear views of the harbour, it was beautiful, the city lights at night was magical, our climb guide was...

The Rocks

Sydney, Australia 4.1 mi away
#11 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Full of past history , great walks, close to Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Botanic Gardens a short stroll away, Clarke Quays, for train and ferry transport, just an amazing area, also a lot of construction work goi...
Beautiful historic area in the center of the city, great atmosphere and great pubs, some of them with panoramic terraces with amazing views over the city and into the harbor and opera house
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Sydney Harbour Circle Walk

Sydney, Australia 4.0 mi away
#17 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We did the whole walk on this lovely sunny day and went right the way around to Wooloomooloo with the sea on the right with the amazing sights of the Opera and the Harbour Bridge and the stunning gardens on the left.
I got the T2 train to Circular Quay for my first visit ever into Sydney's CBD and it was an amazing thing to get off that train and be able to see the Harbour bridge, a cruise ship, so much activity, and of course...
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Tramsheds

Sydney, Australia 3.6 mi away
#24 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
A fantastic supermarket with everything you will need, along with an fantastic array of restaurants chemist/medical centre, Gym, Barber, Farmers Markets on a sunday.
Conveniently located next to the Jubilee Park light rail stop, so easy to walk to, have a coffee or a meal (or a delicious gelato), and connect to anywhere in the city.

Barangaroo Foreshore Walk

Sydney, Australia 3.9 mi away
#20 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Beautiful views of Sydney Harbour, The Sydney Harbour Bridge, The Anzac Bridge, heaps of fabulous Australian native plants, rolling lawns and comfortable park benches make for a sensational walk.
We enjoyed a great Barangaroo Foreshore Walk that showcases Darling Harbour, the great and extensive waterside landscaping, huge array of flora and also past the murals and depictions of Sydney's early settlement...
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Observatory Hill

Sydney, Australia 3.9 mi away
#21 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
We stayed at the magnificent Langham Hotel, which is only a few steps away and then enjoyed a pleasant stroll through The Rocks area as we headed towards Circular Quay, where we dined at one of the outdoor eaterie...
Once there, we were delivered a unique perspective of The Rocks and Sydney Harbour Bridge, framed by the warm tones of the autumn trees.
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Circular Quay

Sydney, Australia 4.3 mi away
#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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Chinese Garden of Friendship

Sydney, Australia 4.5 mi away
#9 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
A wonderfully typical Chinese garden with rocks, boulders, flower beds, trees, bridges, pagodas, wild life and this coupled with (usually) good Australian weather makes it a fabulous way to pass a few hours.
If you enjoy landscape design the garden is truly beautiful and if you have children perfect for nature play, lots of hiding places, stepping stones and abundant koi and water dragons which were quiet friendly.
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The Spit Bridge

Sydney, Australia 4.2 mi away
#18 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
The bridge opens during the week and more frequently on weekends (see below) which stops traffic to see sail boats and the odd super yacht sail through to Middle Harbour.
We did the Spit to Manly walk, what great scenery, but the thing which I remembered was the work and upkeep that had gone into providing a safe and interesting walk, steps and climbs in good condition with informa...
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State Theatre

Sydney, Australia 4.5 mi away
#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...

Queen Victoria Building (QVB)

Sydney, Australia 4.5 mi away
#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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The Lord Nelson

Sydney, Australia 3.8 mi away
#28 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
When visiting The Rocks area it is recommended that you drop into The Lord Nelson brewery pub, especially if it is around lunchtime or dinner.
This is Sydney's Oldest Hotel (the oldest pub is The Fortune of War) and it has plenty of character.

Milsons Point

Sydney, Australia 4.1 mi away
#25 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Many people and families visit this place for park (small), seaside walk to Lavender Bay, Kirribilli Club for lunch and Lunar Park with kids.
Its only 1 train stop from Wynyard Station (in the city), and a short walk from Milsons Point train station.
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Cremorne Point to Mosman Bay Walk

Sydney, Australia 5.0 mi away
#5 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Such a beautiful walk; wonderful views across to the Bridge, Opera House and CBD and beautiful parks and gardens overlooking Mosman Bay - such variety of aspects and such a wonderful way to start your day
It's a little piece of heaven with a natural beauty of parks and reserves that are beautifully maintained by the local council and residents The views are spectacular, the best of the harbour plus a view across Mo...

Government House

Sydney, Australia 4.4 mi away
#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...

St. Mary's Cathedral

Sydney, Australia 4.8 mi away
#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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Anzac Memorial

Sydney, Australia 4.8 mi away
#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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The Bay Run

Rozelle, Australia 2.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Rozelle
... still require retail therapy after the exercise :) Also great access to Drummond salt water pools if you want to include a swim (do a mini triathlon) Good choice of cafes for pit stops along the way to refuel.
The views are amazing and you can park at any point around most of the track - it is a full round trip so you will always get back to the car.
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Central Business District

Sydney, Australia 4.3 mi away
#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.

Justice & Police Museum

Sydney, Australia 4.4 mi away
#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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Cockle Bay Wharf

Sydney, Australia 4.3 mi away
#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.

University of Sydney

Sydney, Australia 4.7 mi away
#26 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Coffee shop near the grass in front of the Great Gothic buildings is a lovely place to sit and gaze at the view.
The photographers in our group were then able to take 'afternoon' photos of the buildings with the different shadows enhancing the lovely stone work.
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Waverley Cemetery

New South Wales, Australia 3.1 mi away
#199 of 1,028 Sights & Landmarks in New South Wales
A coastal walk detours through a grandiose cemetery with huge sculptures of angels and grand mausoleums housing the dead of centuries from all corners of the world.
It's absolutely worth slowing your walk down and taking a look at the gorgeous sculptures and headstones everywhere.
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King Street

Sydney, Australia 5.0 mi away
#23 of 202 Sights & Landmarks in Sydney
Easy access by bus or train and the long street of Newtown and Enmore holds a treasure trove of quirky shops and especially good food, gelati to die for.
I loved wandering this neighborhood, exploring the menus of the eclectic restaurants, gazing into the cafes, and wandering off King Street to see the partially gentrified residential areas.
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