It feels like very few tourists will come to this place. This is the parliament of New South Wales, which is equivalent to the Provincial People's Congress of China, and it can be visited free of charge. If you have the opportunity, you can also enter the conference hall. The staff are very friendly. Security inspection is required at the entrance
This is a complex of ancient and modern buildings. When you get inside, you will be awed.
The Parliament of New South Wales, I can't see from a distance that this is a government agency.
Hundred-year-old buildings, the interior of the building is also very aesthetic art, pool water and installations in the night is very charming. Parliamentary corridor walls are covered with art works, retaining the essence of the building but doing modern decoration inside, which is an important feature of Australia's various old buildings.
The tram arrived at the State Capitol, just after a simple ceremony with relatives and friends in the garden sculpted by Adam Lindsay, an early Australian poet. The city is full of beautiful scenery, walking on the streets, if people are in the picture. The State Capitol is open to the public, but for a fixed period of time.
Because of time constraints, we did not visit the additional attractions nearby. If you have enough time, it's really good to see more of it.