Darling Harbor (Darling Harbor or Darling Harbour, also translated as Lover Harbor) is located in the northwestern part of the city center of Sydney, the capital of New South Wales. It is one of Sydney’s most famous landmarks, and is a short distance from Sydney Central Station. (Central Station) 2 kilometers and connected to Sydney Chinatown (Sydney Chinatown). Darling Harbour is composed of a port terminal, green space and flowing water and various buildings. It is not only the most colorful tourism and shopping mall in Sydney, but also a place for major meetings and celebrations. Darling Harbour takes its name from Ralph Darling, the seventh Governor of New South Wales.
From east to west, crossing the tranquil St. Mary’s Cathedral and Hyde Park on William Street, you will come to Darling Harbour. Darling Harbour gathers a variety of leisure and entertainment venues, shopping malls food cort, high-end western restaurants, bars and dessert shops. Yes, there are maritime exhibition halls and small playgrounds near the pier. The new Darling Harbour is always a good place to see every year to see what has changed, and what new buildings or openings are. Since 1993, every year I like the new face of Darling Harbour. Many photos are taken every year. It’s hard to believe that the changes here are so fast. The harbor has changed its appearance.
Beautiful stroll by the water and excellent restaurants and bars with great views. Very close to the CBD.
Heymarket is a place where you can cheap goods and clothes and almost every things . China town located in heymarket . Darling Harbour its the favorite place for a tourist. Many cafes and restaurants and clubs . Perfect for a family during the day until midnight, after that it’s become full of drunk people.They do a firework every Saturday night “around 9 pm”
I prefer walking around for the vibe as the restaurants are full of tourists and can be a pain.
Darling Harbour has so much to offer. Shopping. restaurants and museums. There something for everyone.