Easy walk one-way is about an hour on foot - amazing sights along the way, and plenty of opportunities for photos along the way. You can also do the Bridge Climb, up and over half of the bridge (but...
Yes it's only a Bridge, but it is The Sydney Harbour Bridge. Have seen many of the world's most famous bridges but Sydney Harbour bridge is my favourite. Have climbed it twice but not on this trip, ...
We did the bridge walk early one morning to avoid the heat. We took the ferry from Circular Quay to Milsons Point. Then we walked the 400m up the hill to Kiiribilli and found the lift up to the bridge...
One of Sydney’s most famous landmarks, the best way to experience this structure is either by foot or bicycle.
Australia's Sydney Harbour Bridge is the world's tallest steel arch bridge, and the world-famous Sydney Opera House across the sea has become one of Sydney's most well known symbols. Since 1998, the Sydney Bridge has been open for climbing under the guidance of professional coaches. The bridge has been erected 134 meters from the sea. The 360-degree view of the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour and the city skyline can be seen from a unique perspective. The busy boats and the vehicles coming and going on the bridges will make Sydney's most beautiful scenery unobstructed.
Speaking of the most livable cities in the world, you may think of some countries in Northern Europe, such as Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway and other countries. It is true that Nordic is not only well-paid, but also particularly livable. But today I want to tell you that one of the most liveable cities in the world, it is located in the southern hemisphere, also known as New York in the southern hemisphere, do you know where?
Yes, it is Sydney, Australia, on the southeast coast of Australia, the capital of New South Wales and the largest and most populous city in Australia. Between 2012 and 2013, Sydney's regional GDP reached 33.7 billion, which is known as New York in the Southern Hemisphere. Sydney has also been named one of the most liveable cities in the world by UN-HABITAT for many years. I think this is why I fell in love with Sydney.
The Sydney Opera House is Sydney's landmark building and must come to Sydney for a card. It is located in the northern part of Sydney, designed by the Danish architect Johann Uzon, underneath a scalloped roof, a water complex that combines theatre and hall. The interior structure of the Opera House is modeled after the Mayan culture and the Aztec temple. The building began construction in March 1959 and was officially completed and delivered on October 20, 1973. It took 14 years.
In addition to the Sydney Opera House, there are also the University of Sydney, Chinatown, the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Tower. It is not to be missed. The Sydney Tower overlooks the entire city of Sydney and has a wide view. fundus.
Sydney has a lot of accommodation, you can choose accommodation according to your own budget. This time, I am booking a homestay through Tujia. The homestay is located in the Chinese area on the outskirts of Sydney. The supermarkets, restaurants and foods are all available, and there are direct trains. It takes only 20 minutes by train to Sydney CBD. It is very convenient.
The Harbour Bridge is a representative bridge in Australia. Opposite the Sydney Opera House, it is a single-hole arch bridge, known as the world's first single-hole arch bridge, and is an early representative building in Sydney. The
Harbour Bridge was completed from 1857 to 1932 and is an important bridge connecting the north and south of the port.
1) Best viewing position, Sydney Opera House by the sea
2) If you are courageous, you can pay to climb the Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is construction representative of early Sydney. It is like a long rainbow across the bay, facing the world-famous Sydney Opera House across the sea, becoming a symbol of Sydney. Built in 1932, the Sydney Harbour Bridge has a total length of 1,149 meters, a width of 139 meters and a commanding height of 503 meters. It is a world famous steel arch bridge. Now climbing the Sydney Bridge has become Sydney's more popular tourist attraction, and it is one of the few bridges in the world that allows visitors to climb to the top of the arch. In addition to climbing, you can also drive under the bridge, take the train through the bridge or sail under the bridge, but the fullest experience is had by walking the bridge.
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