Our first trip down under and our expectations were surpassed, beautiful Sydney harbour with the fabulous harbour bridge and fantastic opera house.
One of the world's iconic places. Fabulous views of the bridge and opera house from many aspects. Attractive botanic gardens and lovely walks. A stunning natural harbour and all round beautiful area. Impossible to dislike!
Great walks on both sides of the Harbour taking in the views. Take a Manly Ferry from near the Opera House to Manly or to Watsons Bay, passing the Bridge, the Opera House and the homes of the well heeled at Darling Point and Vaucluse.
I truly left a piece of my heart in Sydney, and one of the reasons is the Harbour. One of Sydney's main access points to the harbour is Circular Quay. It is a center of culture, commerce, and casual gatherings, surrounded by the Museum of Contemporary Art on one side, the Sydney Opera House on the other side, flanked by... More
A beautiful Harbour with so many places to explore. The ferries are a great way to see the Harbour and so too some of the many walks available. A visit to the Islands in the Harbour is yet just another way to explore and enjoy this Jewel. Try packing a picnic and booking a ferry to Clark Island.
Very busy with tourists, but still nice. really enjoy the Opera House and the walk through the adjoining botanic gardens. Do wear a hat and sunscreen though as there are lots of places with no shade in the area. The restaurants are quite expensive in the area so if you want to avoid the tourists, east somewhere else.
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