Sydney attractions

– Sydney Opera House: it’s listed as UNESCO World Heritage Site
– Harbour Bridge: arch bridge across Sydney Harbour
– Darling Harbour: convention centres, attractions, shops, food
– AMP Tower: with Skywalk platform at 260m high
– Circular Quay: transport gateway for ferries, trains, buses
– Parliament House: parliament of New South Wales
– Chinatown
– Bondi Beach: world famous beach 7km from Sydney
– Manly Beach: long ocean beach with lots of restaurants, cafe’s
– The Rocks: historic buildings
– Chinese Garden: Chinese pavilions, ponds, trees and statues
– Monorail loop: connect CBD with Darling Harbour
– Star City: casino open 24/7
– Hyde Park: large park in the city
– Sydney Observatory

Zoo, sport, movie & events

– Cricket Ground
– Sydney Olympic Park
– Oceanworld Manly:
– Sydney Aquarium: 150m glass tunnels, tropical fishes and sharks
– Taronga Park Zoo: local animals, reptiles and birds
– Imax Theatre: largest cinema screen in the world
– Entertainment Quarter: specialty shops, bars, cafes, restaurants, cinemas
– Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras: annualy in March

Museum, culture & nature

– Powerhouse Museum: science, aviation. Australia’s largest museum
– St Mary’s Cathedral: one of the world’s largest cathedrals
– Australian Museum: natural history museum
– Art Gallery of NSW: important public gallery in Sydney (free)
– Australian National Maritime Museum
– Customs House: arts and cultural centre
– Royal Botanical Gardens: 30 hectares gardens in central Sydney (free)
– Sydney Mint Museum
– Garrison Historical and Military Museum
– Blue Mountains National Park
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