Mrs Macaulay's stone chair is located in the Royal Botanical Garden, across the Bay from the Sydney Opera House. Here the grass is stunted, the grass is tall and thick, and there are dark red wooden benches for people to rest in neat rows under the shade. Mrs. Macaulay's seat is only a narrow bay away from the Sydney Opera House, which is a must-see place for tourists, because the viewing platform here is the best place to see the Opera House and the Sydney Bridge, where you can enjoy the Sydney Bridge and the Opera House at the same time. The chair was said to be a stone chair, but it was actually a bench with a stone back. It was rumored that Mrs. Macaulay, the fourth wife of the Governor of Australia, was sitting here looking out at the sea and looking forward to her husband's return. Because it is a must-see place for tourists, it is very difficult to get a picture of an unoccupied chair, let alone sit and pose (fortunately, I have no intention of sitting on it). The Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge are really the best angles to take from the nearby viewing platform. It's easy to get good pictures.
Mrs. Macaulay's chair (because that stone is where she often sits) - a very beautiful view of downtown, including Opera House and Harbour Bridge
Mrs. Macaulay's seat is located in the northernmost corner of Sydney's Royal Botanical Garden, where there is a very beautiful story. From the angle of this seat, you can see the Harbour Bridge opposite and the famous Sydney Opera House. From downtown, you only need to take a bus to the park. Remember 941, it's very convenient. Sitting on the shore and looking at the beautiful scenery and blue sea sky opposite, it is very suitable for a rest in a daze.
It is situated on an extended Peninsula in Sydney Bay. On the right is the military harbor, and on the left you can see a panoramic view of the Sydney Opera House and the Great Railway Bridge. It is said that Mrs. Mai likes to sit on a rock which looks like a bench. Over time, the rock is named after her.
Mrs. Macaulay's seat is in Sydney, Austria, next to the Royal Botanical Garden. The scenery is beautiful and the grass is growing around her. Mrs. Macaulay's chair commemorates the wife of Australia's fourth Governor in the 17th century. Local craftsmen carved the huge open-air stone chair.
Mrs. Macaulay's seat is actually a stone, situated in the Royal Botanical Garden of Sydney. It can see the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge in the distance, and the warships in the opposite direction. The story of this stone is a love story. The wife waits for the return of her long-distance husband. It is touching and thought-provoking. I recommend my friends to Sydney. The scenery is good.
Mrs Macaulay's seat is located in the Royal Botanical Garden, across the Bay from the Sydney Opera House. It is rumored that Mrs. Macaulay, wife of Australia's fourth Governor, is sitting here looking out at the sea. This is the best place to take panoramic photos of Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge.