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The Bondi to Manly walk is a new beautiful coastline track in Sydney. The full length of the track is 80km so if you want to do the entire walk you should plan your trip however a lot of people will do sections in one day as there are many scenic spots you can access. The track was officially opened on 8 December 2019.
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Hyde Park
Hyde Park is in the heart of Sydney. Located right in the middle of the road, a large rectangular green space between the high-rise buildings. In addition to the clean lawn, the towering trees for more than 100 years, there are many beautiful statues, fountains, ponds, etc. The environment is really calm and clean. It feels so good to be here. The park was opened to the public as early as 1810. Every holiday, there are many locals who come out for leisure and entertainment, and they are very popular. At the heart of the park is an Apollo fountain built according to Greek mythology, consisting of a group of bronze sculptures. The St. Mary's Basilica across the road is Australia's largest and oldest religious building, and the Gothic spires are particularly beautiful and spectacular.
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University of Sydney
The University of Sydney in Australia is one of the most interesting places besides the Opera House. On campus, you can see what life in Australia is really like. Some people are running, some are playing sports, yet others are reading under trees and some are even making movies. It is all so interesting!  The most important thing is that the campus is beautifully composed of ancient poetry, paintings and ancient buildings. There are green lawns and lavender growing in the garden. It is a truly beautiful place. 
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Mrs. Macquarie's Chair
Mrs Macquarie Chair is a free park open to all the public. At that time, Mrs Macquarie, the Governor’s wife, often painted and painted here. When the Governor retired and moved back to the United Kingdom, the public built the place where she often painted to make the seat in the park in order to commemorate her. The green grass is here, the towering ancient trees are tall and lush green, and the shades are arranged neatly with crimson wooden benches for people to rest. Mrs Macquarie's seat is only a narrow bay from the Sydney Opera House and is a must-visit place for tourists in Australia. Because the observation deck here is the best place to watch the Opera House and the Sydney Bridge. Here, you can enjoy the Sydney Bridge and the Opera House at the same time, so that you can once again admire these two modern architectural treasures, both of which are amazing in terms of geographical location and structural design.
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Helen
Sydney,Recommendations
Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
The Sydney Aquarium is the world's largest private aquarium with an area of 3,200 square meters with more than 5,000 species of marine life. There is also a 146-meter transparent undersea tunnel in the aquarium, where visitors can clearly see the various activities of various fish groups and explore the wonders of the underwater world. Unlike other aquariums, the Sydney Aquarium does not provide seals, dolphin shows, etc., and the aquarium is built similar to their natural habitat, the sea. The water for marine life is directly connected to the freshwater port. The marine life living here has basically the same habitat as the sea. There is not much difference. The penguins in the museum are loved by many tourists. They sometimes slide, sometimes show their affection, many children and adults have been reluctant to leave and love taking pictures.
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Sydney Fish Market
The Sydney Fish Market is the largest fish market in Sydney and Australia with a mix of wholesale, retail and catering. It ranks second in the world in terms of seafood and is the largest fish market in the Southern Hemisphere. It sells more than 100 kinds of seafood products every day, about 65 tons of fresh seafood that has just been salvaged. This is a colorful and vibrant fish trading venue. The fresh fish market is open to customers at 7:00 in the morning for sales. The batch of fish market transactions starts at about 5 o'clock in the morning and starts to dock a variety of fishing boats near the Gulf Pier. The freshly harvested fresh seafood comes ashore and some are to various places. Since we didn't do the Raiders beforehand, we went in the evening, and only a seafood dinner could be made. The harbor of the fish market is also unique. The sunset, the fishing boats and the bridge constitute a beautiful landscape. 
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Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most popular attractions in Sydney that must be checked out. During the day, I visited other attractions in the city and went to the Sydney Opera House to enjoy the sea breeze blowing at night. In the evening of the Sydney Opera House, there are many tourists, walking, chatting, and discovering that the pace of life here is also very slow. The sea view of the Sydney Opera House is relatively large and there is a fee for the tour. It is recommended that you wear a jacket when you go, otherwise, you will really shiver. The moon, the sea, the opera house, I want to stay here at that moment, continue to sit there for a while, just to watch the tides rise and fall, and the moon rising.
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Queen Victoria Building
The gorgeous Queen's Building is located in the entire block of Sydney. Now I see that the well-preserved seven-story building was almost demolished and the craftsmen were constantly working around the clock to restore and maintain the colored windows, spiral staircases, glass domes, Arches, railings and floor tiles so they have always been the same as a visitor. It is our greatest honour. Of course, as a commercial shopping mall, the Queen's Building will not disappoint nearly 200 shops, coffee shops, gourmet shops will definitely satisfy you. One-stop shopping experience, the most beautiful shopping mall in the world, this sentence is not what I said, it is what Pierre Cardin once praised.
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Alisa
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Queen Victoria Building
At QVB, the Queen Victoria Building on Sydney's busiest George Street, you can experience the history of Sydney. This dome-shaped Roman-style building was built in 1898 and has a history of more than 100 years. Up to now, it has been renovated many times, but still maintains the authentic Victorian style. Step into it, you will be amazed by the intricate and gorgeous windows, carvings, elegant spiral staircases and magnificent domes. There are 4 floors above and below, all of which are luxury shops, cafes, restaurants and special art shops. I found a good model shop here, but the price of the owner is not cheap. The most famous place in QVB building It is a super clock that is said to have been built by top craftsmen who designed clocks for the British royal family. It is said that the inspiration for the Big Bell is the Queen's favorite resort in Scotland, Belmore Castle, which is the largest bell in the Southern Hemisphere. At the time of festivities, the entire QVB echoed by the melodious bells.
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Art Gallery of New South Wales
When it comes to the competition in the field of art, compared with the ones in Europe and America, not to mention the old British Empire, Australia is a bit shy. But the New South Wales Art Gallery in Sydney is still worth a visit. After all, there are Van Gogh, Monet, Rubens and Picasso's originals, and compared to the overcrowded famous museums, there is simply a place to for illusion. The Art Gallery of New South Wales is next to the Royal Botanic Gardens, which are mainly composed of works of Australian native art from the 19th and 20th centuries – to be honest, the standards of these works are not too high. The treasure of the town hall is the works of the masters of Picasso and Monet and Van Gogh placed near the entrance. By the way, there is also a Chinese porcelain museum, which mainly houses some Song Jin and porcelain artifacts from the Ming and Qing Dynasties.
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Sydney Opera House
As a landmark in Sydney and throughout Australia, the Sydney Opera House has a unique charm from any angle. If you have the opportunity to come here to listen to a concert and appreciate the beauty of art and architecture, you should because it is amazing.  The opera house is not open to individual customers, but you can tour the place as a part of a group. There is a different group that is shown around every hour. There are very limited Chinese tours of the place. It is better to book in advance and find the time that you are most comfortable with. You can take pictures in most places in the Opera House, but you cannot take photos in several of the halls. The staff will remind you to respect the rules by cooperating.  The tour lasts for an hour, and besides learning about the building itself, you will also learn some of the interesting stories behind it. I highly recommend this tour. 
Helen
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