5 Tourist Attractions in “Sydney Australia”

Sydney, a vibrant and colorful city and beautiful architecture relaxing beach atmosphere, Aussie style, old luxury department store. The third largest fish market in the world or a zoo by the bay, known as one of the most beautiful in the world, is gathered in this city in harmony and in all dimensions.

1. Opera House

The Opera House is Australia’s number one destination, And it took 14 years to construct, which UNESCO recognized it as a World Heritage Site in 2007.

At the Opera House, tourists will have the opportunity to taste food from world-class kitchens. Watch an Australian ballet show Symphony orchestra performance Or shows of world-class artists And at the end of the year The highlight here is the countdown to the new year and the spectacular fireworks that people around the world have been looking forward to. 

Travel information

             – Train  line T2 T3 get off at Circular Quay station

             – Bus  No. 301 302 303 373 374 377 500 507 515 518 520 M52 X03 get off at Circular Quay

             – Ferry  to Circular Quay pier

Opening hours  : outside, every day, 24 hours a day

                 Closed (inside) Christmas Day and the Friday before Thanksgiving (Easter’s Good Friday).

2.  Harbor Bridge

 Harbor Bridge (Harbor Bridge), the longest steel-frame bridge in the world between the two poles. The stretch connects the cities of the North and the South of Sydney. This bridge is a world famous and memorable picture of Australia. Especially the pictures of the magnificent fireworks being lit over the enormous arch of the bridge on New Year’s Eve.    

The most popular things to do when visiting Harbor Bridge are: Walking tour of the steel frame of the bridge Go up to see the Pylon Lookout or simply walk across the bridge to the Milsons Point side for a bird’s-eye view of the beautiful Sydney Harbor.  

Travel information

             – Train  line T2 T3 get off at Circular Quay station

             – Bus  No. 301 302 303 373 374 377 500 507 515 518 520 M52 X03 get off at Circular Quay

             –  F1-F7 ferries get off at Circular Quay pier.

Opening hours  : open 24 hours everyday

                 Closed during certain periods, the bridge may be closed for certain events such as marathons.

3.  Darling Harbor

Darling Harbor is a busy area of ​​the day and night. This area was originally a community and home to an old, dilapidated industrial port.

where you can do lots of activities. There are parks and walkways, restaurants, bars and hotels. And tourist attractions / major attractions such as the Australian Maritime Museum Sydney Aquarium Sea Life and Sydney Zoo Wild Life.

Travel information

             – Train  T1 T2 T3 get off at Wynyard station and walk out at Barangaroo Light rail exit, get off at Paddy’s market, Convention, Exhibition Center and Pyrmont Bay.

             – Bus  number 252 261 290 get off at King Street Wharf

             – Ferry  lines F3 and F4 go up from Circular Quay to Darling Harbor.

             – Water taxis  can be taken at The Rocks, Circular Quay, The Opera House, Luna Park to reach Darling Harbor for around 15 USD per way.

Hours of Operation  : Open 24 hour

4. Queen Victoria Building

The Queen Victoria Building is a more than 100-year-old Romanesque Revival architecture built in the late 19th century. It is now a 4-storey and 2-storey shopping center with a wide variety of shops and houses. The building still maintains the architecture of great beauty.

If comparing the opera house Is the most beautiful woman in Sydney Queen Victoria Building is like a crown of precious jewels that stand out from the city. Here, tourists can enjoy products from various shops. Cafe full of delicious food And enjoy the beauty of ancient architecture at the same time

Travel information

             – Train lines T1 T2 T3 T4 get off at Town Hall station

             – Bus number 311 324 325 389 L24 get off at Town Hall Station or line 441 442 get off at QVB (Queen Victoria Building) stop

Opening hours  : 09.00 – 18.00 (approximate time)

              Closed every Friday before Thanksgiving (Easter’s Good Friday).

5.  St Mary’s Cathedral

St. Mary’s Cathedral is the largest cathedral in Sydney and also the tallest cathedral in Australia. It has the beauty of the Gothic architecture and its unique feature is the spire at the entrance of the church at two angles that soars into the sky. Can be seen from a distance

Just before Christmas, St. Mary’s Basilica will show light and sound effects projected onto the cathedral’s exterior for about 18 days. In the front square there is the Winter Festival, a large outdoor ice rink that will take place around 18 days.

Travel information

             – Train  to St James station, walk for 2 minutes, Martin Place station walk for 8 minutes or Town Hall station walk for 10 minutes.

             – Bus  lines that pass College St, Prince Albert Rd, William St and Elizabeth are 301 302 303 308 309 310 311 323 324 325 326 327 339 343 373 374 376 377 380 389 391 392 394 396 397 441 461 480 and 483.

Opening hours  : 6:30 AM – 6:30 PM (approximately)