It's a great road. It's shady. Many people run or bask in the sun on the lawn. On the other side of the detour is Mrs. Macaulay's seat, the best photographic spot of the Harbour Bridge at the Sydney Opera House. There are several exits of Royal Park. The exits are surrounded by the New South Wales Library, the Sydney Art View and the School of Music and Art with a strong humanistic score.
There are many scenic spots along the way. I walk from 12:00 Central Station to the Opera House at about 1:30. Then I stroll around the Opera House. At 2:30, I enter the Botanical Garden from the entrance of the Botanical Garden near the Opera House. I walk all the way to Mrs. McQuilly's chair. Then I walk out of the door next to the State Library. At 5:00, I go to Martin Place Metro Station.
Mrs. Macaulay's chair in the Royal Botanical Garden area is the best place to view the Sydney Opera House panoramic view, as well as the Sydney Bridge, but it takes a morning to get a non-backlit view. The opera house can reach within half an hour at a fast speed, which is an acceptable distance, and there are considerable market views and selected plants on the road.
If there is enough time in Sydney, I can walk by. I walk along the Botanical Garden from the Opera House to Mrs. Macaulay's chair and then come back. I haven't counted the miles, but it's a long way, and my knee hurts. Flowers and plants along the way, all kinds of birds, people sitting on the floor, there are partys. On one side of the road is the botanical garden and on the other side is the sea, and you can see the seaweed floating on the shore. From a distance, you can see the opera house and the Harbour Bridge in the same frame. The opera house is beautiful in the sunset.
Summer in the southern hemisphere is also a hot dog. Wearing trousers to this famous landmark, it was too hot to move a step, neither wanted to go to the opera house, and wanted to go to the rhythm of the Golden Coast every minute. Because there is no boat, nor can we find the best place to take pictures, we wander around, everywhere surprises. Compared with those urban attractions, they prefer nature. Final in search of delicious food.
The walk from the Sydney Opera House to the Royal Botanical Garden is a walkway with many sights to see. After visiting the Opera House, we walked along the roadside to see that there are many unique Australian plants that keep our eyes attracted. Because of the time, we went to Mrs. Macaulay's seat and never left. This is the best place to shoot Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. We also took many pictures here.