Sydney Australia is one of the most amazing cities in the world and has been blessed with countless tourist attractions including beautiful historical and modern buildings, stunning beaches and museums for all ages.
We’ve gathered a few recommendations for attractions in interesting areas that will make you buy a plane ticket right now!
Sydney Harbour Bridge
You can’t really talk about Sydney without mentioning the Sydney Harbour Bridge
The bridge, known as the “hanger” is considered to be one of the seven wonders of the modern world, it was built in 1924, 800 houses were demolished during the construction, and their residents left without compensation. The bridge is 1,149 meters long and 134 meters tall and was built over eight years by 1,400 workers.
Pylon Lookout, the observatory in the southern-eastern part, is worth the 200 steps climb. The story of the construction of the bridge is presented during the ascent. We recommend climbing as part of a guided tour to the top of the bridge, If you’ll climb there you will see a beautiful view of the opera house, the city center and the bridge itself it’s also recommended to climb to the arch of the bridge. Get off the tower and continue crossing the bridge on foot and then pass below it towards the amusement park adjacent to the bridge, an ancient park-style amusement park with classic facilities.
Sydney Opera House
No photograph can prepare you for the stunning view of the Opera House. It was built for more than 14 years and cost $102 million. It was designed by a Danish architect who had never visited the building after resigning during construction due to disagreements with the Australian government.
The building has five halls, with 2,400 performances a year and 1.5 million visitors each year.
Bondi beach is the closest beach to the city, the beach has a nice variety of good restaurants and bars and is full of beautiful people, which makes up for being so crowded, noisy and a bit expensive…
The main street is the bustling Campbell Parade, which runs by the beach and is filled with tourist attractions. The beach itself is excellent for surfing, you can rent surfing equipment here and even take lessons.
if you’re looking for a place a bit quieter you should visit the beach’s northern part. But don’t miss Bondi’s famous market that takes place every Sunday on Bondi Beach Public School, Campbell Parade.
Darling Harbor is a busy seaport filled with many cafes, restaurants and of course many attractions worth visiting: the aquarium, the Maritime Museum, the IMAX theatre and the “Australian Northern Territory & Outback Center”. The place is used mainly for the sale of arts and other items of the Aborigines, but its highlight is the performers playing the didgeridoo, as well as lessons and explanations about the instruments themselves and how to play them.
There’s so much more to see in the Land Down Under, Australia has truly something special to offer every visitor.
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Author: Josh Hayett
Josh is a retired comic book artist who never made it to the big leagues (to be fair- he never really tried) so now he’s here writing stuff about what other people are doing with their talents.
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