No trip to Sydney is complete without a cruise on the harbour, a visual feast of beaches, parks, sandstone caves, sea craft, historic homes and harbour islands. Made only more memorable by the iconic presence of the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Australia’s most recognizable icon, the Sydney Opera House has an impressive yearly program of up to 3000 contemporary and classical performances and is a truly memorable place for theatre, opera and ballet, in one of the most magnificent city settings of anywhere in the world.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is still recognized as the old ‘coat hanger’ and has many a story to tell, including the notorious painting job of Paul Hogan, a.k.a Crocodile Dundee.
Just 10 minutes monorail ride from the city centre, Darling Harbour is one big showcase of fun and entertainment primarily set up for the enjoyment of visitors to Sydney. Once a thriving dockland, its decline resulted in its reinvention as the dazzling Darling Harbour. home to a large exhibition and conference centre, shops, restaurants and other attractions.
Whatever your taste there is is plenty to see and do in Sydney.
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