We have seen a few shows here and are always impressed with every aspect. Currently very well adapted to be COVIDSafe while still providing a great service throughout. It's always worth a trip to this...
My five year old son and I have enjoyed a number of children's performances at the Opera House, and 'The Gruffalo's Child' did not disappoint. A high quality performance which we all enjoyed.
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most popular attractions in Sydney that must be checked out. During the day, I visited other attractions in the city and went to the Sydney Opera House to enjoy the sea breeze blowing at night. In the evening of the Sydney Opera House, there are many tourists, walking, chatting, and discovering that the pace of life here is also very slow. The sea view of the Sydney Opera House is relatively large and there is a fee for the tour. It is recommended that you wear a jacket when you go, otherwise, you will really shiver. The moon, the sea, the opera house, I want to stay here at that moment, continue to sit there for a while, just to watch the tides rise and fall, and the moon rising.
I felt so lucky to be at the last day of annual Sydney Light and Music Festival. The 2019 Festival of Lights is from 5.24 to 6.15 every night from 6 to 11 o'clock. The city centre of Sydney is lit with colorful lights, displaying various projections, light sculptures, and lighting art installations. I believe that every art piece will indulge you. Also not to be missed is the Sydney Opera House. During the festival, all kinds of lights light up the sail roof of the Opera House. Every night at 6 o'clock, the beautiful colors and lights of the Central Business District will surely make you stunned from the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Explore the famous light and shadow avenues in the depths of the Royal Botanic Gardens and then in the charming buildings on the streets of the city. This is what Sydney is, wonderful Sydney. You should remember not to miss it on your visit.
As a landmark in Sydney and throughout Australia, the Sydney Opera House has a unique charm from any angle. If you have the opportunity to come here to listen to a concert and appreciate the beauty of art and architecture, you should because it is amazing.
The opera house is not open to individual customers, but you can tour the place as a part of a group. There is a different group that is shown around every hour. There are very limited Chinese tours of the place. It is better to book in advance and find the time that you are most comfortable with. You can take pictures in most places in the Opera House, but you cannot take photos in several of the halls. The staff will remind you to respect the rules by cooperating.
The tour lasts for an hour, and besides learning about the building itself, you will also learn some of the interesting stories behind it. I highly recommend this tour.
The Sydney Opera House is one of Australia’s most iconic buildings. The impressive sails of the building characterise Sydney City and provide a fascinating place to explore the culture and modern history of the country.
The Sydney Opera House is a symbol of Australia. It is recognized as one of the Seven Wonders of the 20th Century and is also a landmark in Sydney. Its white exterior, a shell-like sculpture built on the harbour, like scattered petals floating in the air, have for many years left observers in amazement. It houses a concert hall, a music theatre, a performance theatre, a children's theatre and a photography studio. Auctions, concerts and other events are held every month or even every week.