Going to Sydney, what are the attractions to punch in? I think when you are doing the Raiders, the first thing that comes to mind is the Sydney Opera House and the Harbour Bridge. Of course, these two buildings, as Sydney's long-lasting landmarks, have been well known by many people. But as a landmark, you probably won't think of it for the first time. It is the Sydney Tower. Today we are talking about the Sydney Tower, one of Sydney's three landmarks.
First introduce the Sydney Tower. The tower was built in 1968 and was completed in 1981, lasting 13 years. The landmark building was originally designed as a shopping center, but it was not implemented at the end. The exterior of the Sydney Tower is golden yellow and is exceptionally spectacular under the sun. The shape is relatively simple, but it does not lose the atmosphere. Underneath is a straight tower, which is a cylindrical building at a height of 250 meters. And the biggest height we have to go up today is the viewing layer located here. Here is the 360° viewing deck, where you can overlook the whole of Sydney.
Take the elevator to the observation deck. In less than 1 minute, the speed is not bad. The popularity here is good and many tourists enjoy the scenery here. Its great to shoot Sydney here, unless you venture to fly a drone, otherwise there is no place that is more suitable for taking a big city scene. However, because it is viewed through the glass, it is still good to see it with the naked eye, but the camera has obvious reflections. This is a common problem of all glass viewing platforms, and there is no way to solve it well. However, the Sydney Tower is just reflective in the glass, relatively clean, which at least avoids the slightest out of the pockmarks. It is also very good.
Sydney is a city surrounded by the Tasman Sea and is home to the South Pacific. So in Sydney, there is no shortage of sea views. On the Sydney Tower, you can clearly see the seamless integration of the city and the sea. And some islands in the distance. The traffic on the Bay Bridge is moving, and on the waterway under the bridge, the ships are equally busy. In Sydney, rich people are basically equipped with water toys such as yachts or sailboats. Because such a good water resource, if you don't play water projects or entertainment, it is a waste of resources.
The weather in Sydney is not bad. As long as it is not rainy, you can basically see the blue sky and white clouds. This is really good news for people who like to take pictures. The same was true on the Sydney Tower today. The time was at 3-4 pm, and there were few scattered clouds in the sky. It was set in the blue sky and looked unusually ethereal. With the dense buildings underneath, such a picture is very visually impactful. The pulse of the city starts here, and this is the charm of Australia, and even one of the most important cities in the southern hemisphere.
I have already boarded Eureka 88 in Melbourne, and then boarded the 304.8-meter Sydney Tower. The whole of Australia's two largest cities will have a panoramic view.
Sydney Tower and Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge and is known as Sydney's three landmarks. It seems that no matter where you go, you can see this tall building like a lightning rod. Because 300 oceans per person in advance booked the top-level revolving restaurant buffet lunch, so the view of Sydney does not have to turn around again - the restaurant rotates about 105 minutes, a lunch is just right.
Built in 1981, the Sydney Tower is a observation point that offers a panoramic view of the city. And it is also one of the three landamarks of Sydney, together with the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. It is quite worthwhile to visit this Centrepoint. The short journey of 40-second high speed lift to the top itself is unforgettable. The Sydney Tower stands 300m above the CBD. The four sections are occupied respectively by two revolving restaurants, a observation deck and a café. The observation deck is equipped with high-powered telescopes, through which visitors can see the scenery as far as 70 kilometers. At the top of the Sydney Tower, you can also walk outside the tower 260 meters above the ground, exthremely exciting.