The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre located on the banks of Sydney Harbour. Often considered the most famous building in the world, the iconic structure is also regarded as a masterpiece of 20th century architecture.
Situated adjacent to the Sydney central business district, Darling Harbour is a large recreational precinct. Several large marinas and other attractions are located within the harbor, which is home to various entertainment options.
The Queen Victoria Building in Sydney is the oldest building in the country. It was completed in 1898 and included a large marketplace, concert hall for 500 people and a residential hotel called Coffee Palace. It was slated for demolition in 1959, and again in 1975
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is a heritage listed, major 30-hectare botanical garden and public recreation area located on the eastern fringe of the city’s central business district. The gardens are a popular spot for public events and are open to the general public
For surfers, Bondi Beach is the go-to spot for reliable waves and an ocean pool that stays open all year round. The relaxed atmosphere of casual pubs and cafes on Hall Street make it an ideal spot to meet health-conscious Sydneysiders. Coastal walk from Coogee to Bondi offers dramatic scenery and views of the city skyline
A trip to Taronga Zoo will allow you to get close to animals that you’ve never seen before. The zoo’s “Rustic Bridge” opened in 1915, providing the main entrance. Early photographs show the rustic effect created by embedding stones into the wall.