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Urban Attractions in Sydney

Darling Harbour
1,324 Reviews
996m from downtown
"Today the blue sky and the white clouds are clear, the beautiful Darling Harbor of Sydney is more charming and more glamorous, and everywhere is bright and shiny, all kinds of ships or berthing on the shore or shuttle, without exception is clean and elegant, I really wish all the boats to ride once. Crown 👑 Grand Hotel Tan Yuli and the blue sea and the blue sky contrast each other, making Darling Harbor, which is originally beautiful, even more aristocratic."
Reasons to Recommend: Darling Harbour, also known as Lover Harbour, is located in Sydney and is a large leisure area with entertainment, dining and shopping. Darling Harbour consists of port terminals, green water and various buildings. King Street Wharf is a popular venue, with trendy dining options. There are also famous attractions such as Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, Wild Life Sydney Zoo and Madame Tussaud's Sydney. You can also choose to dine in the outdoor area on the shore, shop at the Port Mall, listen to the performances of outdoor performers, or interact with the little pigeons. You can also take a boat trip to enjoy the view from a closer distance.
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Sydney Opera House
3,227 Reviews
1.4km from downtown
"Today, I took the cruise to the deep sea whale watching. The pier was on the six platforms on the side of the Opera House. After departure, I found that it was more beautiful to see the Opera House from the water, because the boat was driving too fast and the photos were not ideal. [View] beautiful. [Interesting] high. [Cost-effective] is particularly high."
Reasons to Recommend: The Sydney Opera House is a symbol of Australia. It is recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the 20th Century and is also a landmark in Sydney. Its white exterior, a shell-like sculpture built on the harbour, like scattered petals floating in the air, have for many years left observers in amazement. It houses a concert hall, a music theatre, a performance theatre, a children's theatre and a photography studio. Auctions, concerts and other events are held every month or even every week.
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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
1,432 Reviews
556m from downtown
"About Sydney Aquarium everyone is mixed, I also hesitated for a long time, but as one of the four major attractions in Sydney, in the epidemic phase of the boring life is also very attractive four I went on Friday afternoon, there are quite a lot of people very lively, But it's not crowded. Overall, the aquarium is still much bigger than I thought (because some comments said it was too small to go, I don't know if it is the epidemic at home for too long, I think it is still very suitable to relax with friends and objects, entertainment), very emotional haha. There are still a lot of animal varieties, but of course not as good as the domestic aquarium, but it is not so good to say that there is no look ~ If you walk slowly, you can still feel the starfish for an hour or two. But some performances during the epidemic are still not bald ◎ during the epidemic period. : 10:00am 4:30pm (3:30 pm is the last admission time, Tuesday and Wednesday rest) I really think the weather in October is too suitable for going to the aquarium. The sun is warm and sprinkling on my body, blowing the gentle sea breeze and friends after visiting the aquarium. Eat a fish and chips, listen to the buskers' songs, amuse the snow-white gulls, is not beautiful"
Reasons to Recommend: Sea Life Sydney Aquarium is located in the eastern part of Darling Harbour, with the main building under the waters of Darling Harbour. The passage here is up to 100 meters long, with rounded transparent glass on both sides, offering you face-to-face encounters with marine life! The aquarium exhibits aquatic creatures from Australia's seas, such as the platypus, clownfish, little penguins, and the denaturing Napoleon fish. Many marine life can only be seen at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium, such as the large, spindle-shaped dugong! Many of the pavilions here are named after the Australian waters.
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Sydney Harbour Bridge
1,314 Reviews
1.7km from downtown
"From the direction of Rock Park, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is more beautiful and more fascinating. It is quite convenient to walk from Darling Harbour or the Opera House. [View] Beautiful. [Interesting] High. [Cost-effective] Extra high."
Reasons to Recommend: The Sydney Harbour Bridge is construction representative of early Sydney. It is like a long rainbow across the bay, facing the world-famous Sydney Opera House across the sea, becoming a symbol of Sydney. Built in 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge has a total length of 1,149 meters, a width of 139 meters and a commanding height of 503 meters. It is a world famous steel arch bridge. Now climbing the Sydney Bridge has become Sydney's more popular tourist attraction. In addition to climbing, you can also drive under the bridge, take the train through the bridge or sail under the bridge, but the fullest experience is had by walking the bridge.
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Sydney Fish Market
459 Reviews
1.5km from downtown
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"I left a short time after the end of the afternoon, and I didn't sell all the food I had to eat."
Reasons to Recommend: The Sydney Fish Market is a combined wholesale, retail and catering market. If you are a seafood lover, the Sydney Fish Market is definitely a must for Sydney. There is a variety of seafood from Australia and abroad: huge Australian lobster, king crab, oysters, salmon, squid and more. Many seafood stores sell already processed seafood, or you can have it processed in other locations within the market which should be less expensive and very fresh. In addition to trying delicious food in a restaurant, you can take it outside and enjoy a delicious picnic.
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Hyde Park
729 Reviews
743m from downtown
Lavender and Sun
"Near the exquisitely carved stone archway is Hyde Park's famous "Speaker's Corner", also known as the "Freedom Forum". Since the 19th century, there have been speakers standing on the wooden box filled with soap every Sunday afternoon, so there is the word "democracy on the soap box". Most of the speakers stood on their own staircase, talking and giving their speeches."
Reasons to Recommend: Located in the heart of Sydney, Hyde Park was built in 1810 and is just a stone's throw from Saint Mary's Cathedral. The park is divided by Park Street into two, north and south. The south side comprises mainly of monuments such as the bronze statue of Captain Cook, while the north side features the Archibald Fountain as a centerpiece as well as beautiful boulevards. The fountain square is often filled with street performers and is an ideal spot for a leisurely stroll.
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Queen Victoria Building
428 Reviews
472m from downtown
Lavender and Sun
"The Queen Victoria Building was completed in 1898 and the building itself is a dome of Roman style structure. For Australians, the Queen Victoria Building is a shopping mall, a good place to relax, a witness of history, and a pride of Australians."
Reasons to Recommend: The Queen Victoria Building, or QVB for short, was used as an office building and market for a long time. 1. The architectural style is designed by a famous British designer. It is 190 meters long and 30 meters wide, occupying an entire block. The Queen Victoria Building is a typical Roman-style structure with a mottled dark orange façade. The building is topped with a delicate glass dome, flanked by ornate stained glass windows, dense wood paneling, and a collection of well-known paintings. When you come to the mall, whether it is on the first or second and third floors, looking up, you will always see two huge treasures of the town store: "Royal Clock" and "The Great Australian Clock" ( GreatAustraliaClock). The "Great Australian Bell" is a full two storeys high and can be found on any floor. The "Royal Bell" from the United Kingdom is made of brown bricks on the upper part, beautiful badges are set on the city wall, and there are fresh and elegant dials on the four sides. Most people are impressed by the British style interior decoration. The parquet floor, the colorful dome, and the ancient hanging clock are very worth seeing. 2. Shopping mall As a major coordinate of Sydney, the Queen Victoria Building is a famous shopping mall in the city. It mainly sells clothing of brands and well-known designers. The upper shopping malls are mainly jewelry and antique shops. There are more than 180 shops, cafes and restaurants in the mall.
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Port Jackson Bay
314 Reviews
4.5km from downtown
"The famous Sydney Harbor in Sydney, Australia, has the Sydney Bridge and the Sydney Opera House, and the best thing to do is to take a boat, either a public transportation ferry or rent a yacht, to get a close look at the two iconic buildings in Sydney. The south Pacific is on the east side, the blue water here, the unmissable attractions in Sydney."
Reasons to Recommend: The natural harbour associated with Sydney, Australia is an iconic one, featuring the famous Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Located within Port Jackson, Sydney Harbour was the first European settlement in Australia, where British explorer James Cook landed in 1770 during the voyages that led him to discover the Hawaiian Islands. Today, Sydney Harbour is full of energy, where yacht races and New Year’s Eve celebrations are held annually.
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