Friendship Garden is a Chinese garden in Sydney. It is a classic garden that takes into account the landscape art of the northern part of Jiangsu and Zhejiang. There are not only deep houses and courtyards in the north, but also small and exquisite gardens in Suzhou. Although I am in Australia, I feel very friendly and beautiful when I see such a Chinese style garden.
Friendship Garden is a Chinese Suzhou style garden in downtown Sydney. It is quiet and elegant. The pavilions, pavilions, bridges and flowing water here are all imitations of Suzhou gardens, and the bonsai trees have the feeling of Taoguxianfeng. They are only suitable for the prosthetic rocks on the shore, not Taihu Stone, which is a pity.
Nestled in the Darling Harbor area, this attraction is worthy of it's own spot on the list. As soon as you enter the dragon gates you're suddenly transported to a tranquil Chinese garden, far away from the hustle & bustle of other tourists. The garden was designed and built by Chinese gardeners as a sign of friendship between Sydney (with it's large Chinese population) and Guangzhou, it's sister city. I visited multiple times while I lived in Sydney, each time discovering something new along it's winding walkways and pagodas. It's extremely serene, but you can just see the skyscrapers over the wall reminding you that you're still in the center of a city.
A small street park, mainly more Chinese, the park is free and open!