Hyde Park is a street park in Sydney. Between the two main roads, there are no fences and free access. No tickets are required for botanical gardens or street parks in Australia. It is open to the public free of charge. Hyde Park is also the starting point for hiking around the famous scenic spots in Sydney. To the north, the New States Art Museum of the Botanical Garden, Mrs. Macaulay's chair, Governor's Palace and the Royal Botanical Garden are in turn. And Sydney Opera House, tired, in the famous "theater kitchen" drink a glass of wine. Hyde Park is a good place for Sydney residents to relax. It was originally a barracks, but somehow it became a place for prisoners. In the corner of the park, there is a prisoner exile site Hyde Park Barracks, a product of the early colonial period. The ARCHIBALDFOUNTAIN fountain at the southern end of the park is in memory of the Sino-French-Australian Union in World War I, in 1933. Two years by Mr. ARCHIBALD donation, the fountain is designed by the French, so it is very romantic. The Australian-New Zealand Legion War Memorial in the park is also one of the attractions. It has a free exhibition, introducing 10 overseas battles in which Australia participated. There are 120,000 stars in the vault of the memorial, representing 120,000 soldiers serving in World War I. On the east side of the park is St. Mary's Church, on the west side is Sydney's Great Synagogue. The oldest St. James'Cathedral in Sydney is located on the south side of Hyde Park and can be accessed through King St. The Australian Museum is on the corner of William Street, opposite the park, with a ticket of 12 yuan. On the opposite side of the road is St. Mary's Cathedral. It is free to enter or walk north for about 20 minutes to Sydney Opera House and Rocky Ring Pier.
It's enough for you to spend a whole day just visiting the attractions in the park. Hyde Park is the most famous park in London. Hyde Park is the largest Royal Park in Britain. Located in the heart of London, the Westminster Church area covers more than 360 acres and belongs to the Westminster Church industry. Before the eighteenth century, this was the King's deer farm. In the 16th century, King Henry VIII used it as a royal park. During the reign of Charles I, Hyde Park was open to the public. The Northeast Gate was once entered as Buckingham Palace, and into the park were Speaker s Corner, who was standing on a ladder to make speeches. Then he went to the fountain in memory of Princess Diana and stepped on the water bicycle on S to the more tranquil side of the park, setting up different stone statues and rose gardens, etc. Hyde Park, a Londoner's treasure, has different scenes in spring, summer, autumn and winter: biking around the garden in spring, enjoying flowers, lying on the grass for a picnic, and feeding swans and ducks in Serpentine Lake.
Hyde Park (HYDEPARK) is just a few steps away from the city. The short and neatly mowed lawn under the shade is a favorite place for lunchtime appointments, strolling over soft hills and through the surging Akibod fountain (ARCHIBALDFOUNTAIN), built in memory of the French-Australian Alliance in World War I, leaving the noise of vehicles far behind. Hyde Park is rectangular in shape, square in the South and round in the north, bordering Elizabeth Street in the west, College Street in the east, St. James Road and Prince Albert Road in the north, and Liverpool Street in the south.
Sydney Hyde Park is located in the east of Sydney City Center. It was first built in 1810. It has a history of more than 200 years. It has a large area of clean lawn and tall trees over a hundred years. It is a good place for leisure. The centre of the park is a unique fountain. He is made up of a group of bronze sculptures, high in the middle of which is a young man holding a guqin. Behind him are fan-shaped sprinklers, and there are several groups of bronze sculptures in the pool. The park is located in the city, but it looks lush with flowers, trees, sculptures and fountains. On the opposite side of the road is St. Mary's Church. It has a beautiful scenery.
Today's itinerary is relatively relaxed, in fact, the whole Sydney itinerary is relatively relaxed, sleep until natural awakening, in the hotel soak to 10 o'clock on time check-out, check-in baggage, because tonight to fly to Melbourne. Today's weather is super fine. We walk to Hyde Park nearby. It is only a few steps away from the city. It was first built in 1810. It has a history of more than 200 years. There are a lot of clean lawns and tall trees over a hundred years. The center of the park is a unique fountain designed to commemorate the Sino-French-Australian Alliance in World War I.
Hyde Park is very large. It is a free and open public green space in the center of the new market, which is divided into two parts, north and south. There is a big Obelisk facing the shopping mall in the south, which imitates the design of the Obelisk in Egypt. In fact, it is the ventilation port of the underground station. To the south, there is a memorial hall of the Australian and New Zealand Legion, especially a large pond of thought, beside which is a huge stone sculpture. It takes 25 minutes to walk around the south. There are many people gathering here, or there are elementary schools. For a picnic, there is an Australian museum near the outside. You can visit it when you have time. If you go to the giant sculpture in the north, it will take about 20 minutes.
Hyde Park is a historic park built in 1810. Park Street divides the park into two parts, north and south. On the south side are mainly monuments such as the Australian and New Zealand Legion War Monument for soldiers killed in World War I and the bronze statue of Captain Cook. On the North side, Archibald Fountain is the center of the fountain and the beautiful tree-lined avenue. Street artists often perform in the fountain square, which is a good place for people to take a leisure walk.
Hyde Park is located in the centre of Sydney. It is a quiet rectangular green space surrounded by tall buildings. It is only one road away from St. Mary's Cathedral. Sculptures, fountains, ponds and lakes are scattered everywhere in the garden. There are a large number of clean lawns and trees over a hundred years. It is a good place for leisure. Near Town hall, Sydney's busiest subway station, there are many homeless people staying here at night.
The park is very clean, with a large lawn and neat construction, tall trees and many sculptures worth tasting. At present, it is free to open, and many local people can be seen shooting pictures and performing arts. Many citizens take their children for a leisurely walk and play in the park, giving a very quiet and peaceful atmosphere. The fountain sculptures in the central area of the park are very beautiful, and the sea is also very beautiful. Opposite De Park is St. Mary's Cathedral, Australia's largest and oldest religious building.
Sydney Hyde Park is very similar to London Hyde Park. They are both located in the center of the city. There are many beautiful buildings and sculptures in the park. The World War II Monument is right here. This is also Sydney's favorite place. He is a green space in the jungle of tall buildings. Sitting on a bench beside the lawn and reading newspapers is absolutely a very leisurely life.