Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most famous and recognisable buildings in the world. It is located on Bennelong Point on Sydney Harbour and is near the Sydney central business district and the Royal Botanic Gardens. There are multiple performance venues at the Sydney Opera House, and it is well worth looking for a show that matches your interests. You can also experience the Opera Bar or the Opera Kitchen. One of the most interesting things to do at the Sydney Opera House is to take the guided backstage tour that gives you a chance to see places normally reserved for performers and crew.
Royal Botanic Garden
The Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney is 29 hectares and surrounded by an additional 51 hectares of parkland that make up The Sydney Domain. Access to the Royal Botanic Garden and Sydney Domain is free and open every day of the year. You can enjoy a number of easy walks through the various gardens or if you prefer, you can take a guided tour. If you get hungry, you can find several great places to get food and drink within the Royal Botanic Garden. There are also some amazing views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
The Sydney Tower was first opened to the public in 1981 and at that time was called AMP Tower. Though there is extensive shopping available at the base of Sydney Tower, the main attractions are on the top floors. There are two restaurants you can choose from both of which are circular and revolving ensuring you get a full 360-degree view of Sydney. The first is SkyFeast which is a buffet restaurant. If you prefer a la carte dining, then you can try Infinity at Sydney Tower. For a truly breathtaking experience go up a few levels from these restaurants to the Skywalk. It is a circular open-air platform around the Sydney Tower with a glass floor.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
No visit to Sydney would be complete without seeing the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. Visible from most of the surrounding Sydney Harbour, your experience will be enhanced if you get up close. One of the most popular things to do is to walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The main footpath of 1.5 km is free for all and will take between 15 and 30 minutes depending on your pace. For a nominal fee, you can climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge Pylon. It’s 200 steps to the top and offers great viewing. For the adventurous, you can experience a number of different options for climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
The Rocks in Sydney is a popular tourist destination in the city centre. Early European settlers chose this spot to come ashore in 1788. Now, it is a bustling place with several markets and stalls where you can satisfy your hunger and maybe find that perfect unique gift. You can find the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia at The Rocks as well as the Argyle Gallery and The Rocks Discovery Museum. Some of the oldest pubs in Australia are found in The Rocks alongside more modern bars. There are a few different walking tours of The Rocks available with the I’m Free Tour very popular at 6:00 pm daily.
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