It's always worth waking up early to catch sunrise at Opera House. This spot is really close to one of the luxury holiday hotels in Circular Quay, so all you have to do is step out to your balcony and see this amazing view.
The best places to experience in Sydney are here!
Great location allows countless surfers to experience and feel the power of nature!
"City-Beach" long-distance running, "Wind Festival" Kite Festival, there are plenty of local and international events throughout the year. There will be a grand Christmas in the summer!
From the 6km long Bondi Cliff Walk to Tamarama, Bronte and Coogee, the scenery is beautiful! The name
restaurant is to pay tribute to a group of local enthusiasts who swim at the beach all year round, where celebrities often appear. Below the restaurant is the net red pool!
Transportation: Take the train or bus in the city and get an OPAL card in advance!
2University of Sydney
Science and medical science is at the forefront of the world
160 years of history. The University of Sydney is known as the Australian First School and has the reputation of Southern Hemisphere Oxford.
The old buildings of the University of Sydney and the real location of the Hogwarts School of Magic, the Durham Cathedral in the United Kingdom is still somewhat similar, but "Harry Potter" really did not take pictures in Australia.
However, it has become a popular place for newcomers to hold weddings. Pick a good day and dress up to attend the quaint palace, perfect!
Transportation: opal card by train at Redfern station
3 Circular Quay
Sydney's Circular Quay can be said one step at a time, especially the 23-day colorful Sydney lights starting at the end of May each year Festival, beautiful, wonderful!
The must-see places around the Circular Quay: Customs House - Sydney Opera House - Museum of Contemporary Art - Harbour Bridge!
Transportation: opal card by train at Circular Quay stop, from here you can continue to take the ferry to other terminals
4Sydney fishing market
Sydney Fish Market Sydney Fish Market is the largest in the southern hemisphere Fish market!
From 4 o'clock in the morning, you can see the busy figure of the shops, open to the public from 7 am to 4 pm!
Pick good food, recommend it outdoors, enjoy the pier and the Harbour Bridge in the sun! But beware of the seagulls here, they will grab your food! So don't feed them!
Transportation: Light rail to the Fish Market stop
5The Grounds of Alexsandria
The mini city was successfully built, with a coffee shop, garden, courtyard, market and flower shop. ..... Their home garden is so beautiful that taking pictures is more attractive than eating!
If you are coming here for a full meal, be sure to pick up the number at the entrance of the restaurant, because even on weekdays, it is quite hot. At 12 o'clock in the afternoon, it is basically 20-30 minutes. !
After dinner, go shopping outside the market and small shops, as well as a variety of animal nests, the ecology is not too good! Get ready for 2 to 3 hours, and take a lot of pictures!
Address: 7a/2 Huntley St
The Sydney Opera House, Sydney's iconic building, is also the world's leading performing arts center, and it has a different charm from any angle. Regrettably, the designer of the Sydney Opera House did not have the ability to see his own masterpiece before his death until his death. Now, in addition to admiring the exterior of the 20th century's most distinctive buildings, you can walk inside, see its architecture and muscles up close, or watch a lively performance in the Opera House.
[Sydney Opera House]
Sydney Opera House is a world-famous attraction in Sydney and throughout Australia. Although I have seen countless photos on the Internet before, I was shocked when I saw it. ~
There are many restaurants under the Opera House. It also attracted a lot of seabirds to eat. The seagulls here are very fierce and directly dive. Its not very recommended to eat at the peoples table, so its not recommended to eat under the opera. Otherwise, its a good choice for a meal~
grab me The food can't be robbed, let the seabirds come to be a model~
With the white opera house and sparkling sea water as the background, it is impossible to take a couple photo.
The Sydney Opera House is a symbol of Australia. It is recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the 20th Century and is also a landmark in Sydney. Its white exterior, a shell-like sculpture built on the harbour, like scattered petals floating in the air, have for many years left observers in amazement. It houses a concert hall, a music theatre, a performance theatre, a children's theatre and a photography studio. Auctions, concerts and other events are held every month or even every week.
Foreigh Language tours of the Opera House may differ in itinerary from that of the English speaking tour. There is no photography allowed in the concert halls of the Opera House. Visitors are encouraged to wear comfortable flat walking shoes for the tours. When attending a performance at the Sydney Opera House, formal attire is required.