Sydney and Australia as a whole, even if everyone gives a star, no one should miss it. I concluded that there are three unnecessaries: the location is just east of the ring pier, which is impossible for tourists to miss. So you don't have to go out of your way because you can't escape it. You don't have to take a Gulf cruise to see it at sea when you go to Manley or Port Valentine's. It's much more beautiful than it is on land. Internal visits cost money, not to catch up with what you want, and the interior is not very large, the open area is limited, fair-faced concrete can not see how wonderful, for the general visitors will not feel good, at least much worse than the Tiananmen National Theatre interior, after all, is not a product of an era. So you don't have to visit the interior, but if you have your favorite performance, it would be great to see it in the evening. In addition, there is a large line of restaurants on the west coast of the theatre, which are more expensive than two blocks away. They can eat and drink with the sea breeze at the foot of the theatre. Tourists often shuttle and seagulls wait for the opportunity to steal.