I didn't rush over this stone stool at all. I don't think many Chinese tourists care about this. They mainly came here to take pictures of the Harbour Bridge and the Opera House on the opposite shore. Very good results can be taken here.More
Great views of the Sydney Opera House from this point. Great for people on a budget
The entire Sydney City offers so many free photograph-able spots, which becomes one of the city’s charms that gather the wanderer souls in Sydney, two of which most photographed landmarks are Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. So many places has claimed as the best location to capture both building, but my preference for the best free spot is Mrs Macquarie’s Chair at the north-eastern part of Farm Cope. Heading to this point at evening, and ensure to have your stunning picture of Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House with the exquisite sunset as its back drop.
A short walk through the botanical gardens in Sydney brings you to the green historic location of Mrs Macquarie's Chair. Relax on the many seats and take in spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, Opera House and City. The best time to go is late afternoon as the sun goes down looking west across the city. Best of all everything is free.