-A magnificent view of the Harbour Bridge and the sea. -Great picnic and photo spots. -Free entrance to Sydney Observatory and Space Exhibition. -The toilets in the Sydney Observatory are clean. -Give yourself 1-2 hours to stroll leisurely. Tips on how to get here: 1. Take the train to the Circular Quay. 2. Walk towards Argyle Street in the Rocks District. 3. There are 2 ways to get to the Sydney Observatory from Argyle Street: (a) just in front of the tunnel and go up the stairs at night, or (b) go through the tunnel and turn left to Watsons Road.
The lawn outside the planetarium can see the Sydney Bridge in the other direction is beautiful! And it's very quiet and suitable for picnics, the scenery is very good:) If you are interested in astronomy, the exhibition in the planetarium should feel pretty good! There are a lot of related equipment and introductions! Even people who are not interested in astronomy recommend the scenery!
We visited the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles two years ago and it was truly spectacular. So, it is a pity to say that the Sydney Observatory cannot be compared with Griffith Observatory, but don't let this review stop you from visiting.
Sydney is located in rocks called a astronomical observatory (windmill) on the top of the mountain, is a astronomical museum, is also the only one can watch Sydney to astronomical phenomena
Geoff was an excellent guide with well targeted delivery for the adults and kids in our school holiday evening tour.
The Sydney Observatory is a well-known science museum and planetarium in Sydney. It is very suitable to go with children. The big telescope and the third holiday movie make this place worth visiting. Bridge) has a great view and all the staff there are very friendly and very friendly. Can help, it is the earliest observatory in Australia, where you can see the constellations of the southern sky every night.