Best tourist places in Sydney


Sydney is a city in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Sydney is on Sydney Harbour, on Australia’s southeast coast. Sydney had more than 5 million residents in June 2016. It is the largest city in Australia and makes up about 40% of its population

Sydney has had more than 1 million residents since 1981. Sydney grew by 8% or 115,000 people between 1996 and 2001. Sydney hosted the 2000 Summer Olympics

Sydney has hot summers and warm winters with cool changeable conditions year-round. Sydney has many national parks like Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park which covers an area of about 125 km2 (48 mi2). The Royal Botanic Gardens are another big tourist place. Sydney has many museums like the Museum of Sydney which opened in July 2001. Sydney is also home to Sydney Opera House, Australia’s largest performing arts center

Sydney’s biggest export product is coal. Sydney has a lot of companies like Rio Tinto Group and Caltex Petroleum Corporation Ltd which are big employers in Sydney. Sydney has an elaborate transport system including buses, ferries, and trains called Sydney Trains. Sydney Trains runs to places outside New South Wales like V/Line Passenger which goes to Melbourne (Victoria) or Queensland Rail which runs long distances between Brisbane (Queensland) and towns near the coast

Australia is full of tourist attractions that attract people from all over the world. Some examples would be Uluru (sometimes called Ayers Rock) in the Northern Territory, Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House, and Sydney Tower which is a building that you can climb up Sydney’s tallest building. Sydney is also home to Sydney Kings which is a team in the NBL

Sydney is divided into different suburbs, each with its character. Sydney has several famous beaches like Bondi Beach, Sydney Beach, and Coogee Beach. Sydney also has an interesting pastime known as “Surfing” which you can do at many of Sydney’s beaches. Today Sydney is Australia’s most diverse city

The Sydney Opera House was designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon who won an international design competition in 1957. Construction began in 1959 but was not finished until 1973 due to problems caused by weather conditions and labor disputes. The Sydney Opera House ran out of funding before it opened so three other architects on the Sydney Opera House team designed interiors for each area. Sydney Opera House has more than 1,700 windows which are covered by different materials

The Sydney Opera House is surrounded by the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney’s Arts District, and Sydney’s Circular Quay. The Sydney Opera House includes two concert halls, two theatres, and five public areas each with its design concept. The Sydney Opera House was added to the UNESCO World Heritage Site list in June 2007. It is one of Australia’s most famous landmarks

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is an iconic symbol of Sydney that stretches over Sydney Harbour between Dawes Point on the North Shore to Milsons Point on the harbourside of the Central Business District (CBD). The bridge links six cities – Sydney, North Sydney, Mosman, Lane Cove North, Manly, and Balgowlah. Sydney is Australia’s biggest city with around 4 million people

The Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened in March 1932 after 7 years of building work. Six steel arches support the bridge which was built on each side of Sydney Harbour. The Sydney Harbour Bridge has over 80 lanes for vehicles to go across it every hour (five lanes per direction). Sydney Harbour Bridge is used by over 100 thousand vehicles every day

Sydney Tower is Sydney’s tallest free-standing structure at 309 meters (1,014 ft) above sea level. It also stands as one of Sydney’s most popular attractions, offering fantastic views across Sydney City for visitors to admire and photograph Sydney’s most cherished landmarks and Sydney’s vast coastal panorama. Sydney Tower consists of an outer concrete tube and an inner steel structure. Sydney Tower has a large ball on the top which can be seen from far away, offering great views

The Sydney Tower was only meant to be used as a transmission tower but now it is open as a tourist attraction. Sydney Tower means different things to people who live in Sydney–it is both loved and loathed by Sydneysiders because it blocks their view of Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Sydney Tower is above sea level so you can see for about 80km (50mi) on a clear day

Sydney also has plenty of historic places such as La Perouse, Parramatta, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney Harbour, and Sydney University. Sydney has the famous Sydney Opera House which you can go to watch big operas or musicals or sometimes even famous bands like AC/DC who performed there in 2010

Sydney is Australia’s most diverse city with lots of interesting stuff to do for all ages. It has amazing scenery whether you are looking at Sydney from Sydney Tower or just walking around on one of Sydney’s beaches. Sydney is home to many cool places that don’t even take long but are still worth checking out. Some examples would be the Taronga Zoo, Paddington Markets, and Bondi Beach

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