You must go to Sydney once in your lifetime! The most romantic city in Australia!
Sydney is the oldest, biggest, and most beautiful city in Australia, located at the fascinating juncture of land and sea.
Taking a ferry to tour the glittering harbour, watching the sails of the opera house shimmering in the sunshine, admiring the graceful arch of the Harbour Bridge, you will understand why it is one of the top cities in the world
🌸Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the greatest iconic buildings in the world, listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO and is a star attraction on the glittering harbour. This elegant edifice is shaped like shells or rolling sails and is perched on land surrounded by water.
🌸 Sydney Harbour Bridge
Nicknamed "the coat hanger", the Sydney Harbour Bridge is another iconic Sydney structure. Supported by two massive double piers at each end, it was constructed in 1932, and it still stands as the world's largest steel arch bridge.
Sydney is famous for its glittering seaside environment, and one of the most popular activities in Sydney Harbour is the sightseeing cruise. A two-hour Sydney Harbour Coffee Cruise takes you past all the harbour highlights, including the Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Fort Denison… During the annual winter whale migration, Sydney whale-watching cruises will take you past Sydney Cape to watch these magnificent creatures.
🌸The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney
Established in 1816, the garden is the oldest botanic garden in Australia. It includes 30 hectares of theme gardens with towering trees, palm groves, tropical gardens, rainforest plants, herbs, and oriental gardens, etc. Palace Rose garden blooms around 1,800 roses.
🌸Sydney Tower Eye
The Sydney Tower Eye is the tallest building in Sydney, towering over the city skyline. At this golden-domed building, you can head to the top-floor observation deck or open-air glass-floor viewing deck SKYWALK for panoramic views of Sydney and its surrounding suburbs.
Sydney is famous for its beautiful beaches. There are many secluded bays around the harbour, with calm waters and sugary beaches. Iconic Bondi Beach has excellent surfing, bustling cafes and an international atmosphere. If you want to admire wonderful seascapes, you can walk along the coast from Bondi to Coogee Beach.
Hyde Park in Sydney is Australia's oldest park, with broad lawns, shady picnic spots, flowers, fountains and fig trees providing a comfortable leisure environment. At the Queen's Square at the north end of Hyde Park are three exquisite Georgian buildings, listed as World Heritage sites by UNESCO. On the east side of Hyde Park is the Australian Museum, which has the country's largest natural history collection.
Here, you can get up close and personal with iconic Australian wildlife and other animals from around the world, feed giraffes. Meet Asian elephants, get close to adorable koalas, or make friends with mongooses. The zoo also has lively activities such as "Roar & Snore" zoo accommodations and summer concerts.
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