A well looked after Park in the middle of the CBD. Great for strolling or take a park bench seat and people watch. Great photo opportunity too. Visitors or local, great to come and relax from the hustle and bustle of the city.
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I went to this Park everyday. It was a wonderful place to spend couple of hours, just relaxing and enjoying the Beauty of Nature.
A lovely stroll or somewhere to sit and eat a sandwich. Lovely large shade trees to sit under, or take in the War Memorials.
The oldest and best known park in Australia, it lies in the middle of Sydney’s CBD, split into 2, north and south. Many large shade trees, lots of grass, places for picnics and just relaxing. Here you’ll find Archibald’s fountain, the Anzac Memorial, the Pool...More
We crossed this park when walking from St Mary's Cathedral to the main shopping area. Pleasant enough, but nothing special.Worth a visit if you're passing by, but not a 'must see' attraction.
This city park is closely connected to the botanical gardens and is a great spot for a morning run/walk. Especially during the summer when the days can get very hot, it is a great start of the day.
A lovely place to wander on an afternoon, paths, grass and huge native trees, and a cafe/restaurant to sit and while away some time over a cup of delicious coffee.
Hyde Park is a great way to just get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a while. If the weather is hot then there's plenty of nice shady spots to sit under the big beautiful trees. I actually think they should...More
Hyde Park was definitely one of the highlights of my Sydney trip. There is lots of greenery, places to walk and relax and is popular amongst locals and tourists. When we went, there was a huge family Christmas event happening as well. The park is...More