This graceful building, shaped like shells or billowing sails, perches on a finger of land surrounded by water. Stroll around its exterior.
Supported by massive double piers at each end, it was built in 1932 and remains the world's largest steel arch bridge.
The gardens were established in 1816 and encompass 30 hectares of themed gardens with towering trees, palm groves, orchids, ferns.
Bondi Beach beckons with its great surf, cafE scene, and cosmopolitan vibe. For fantastic ocean views, take the coastal walk along the cliffs.
Soaring above the city skyline, the 309-meter-high Sydney Tower Eye is the city's tallest building and one of its great landmarks.
Originally built as a market hall in 1893, this elegant building is crowned by a high central dome surrounded by 20 smaller domes.
The name of the Rocks comes from the rocky coast on the west side of Sydney Cove, where the convicts pitched their tents.
Built by convict labor in Sydney Cove, bustling Circular Quay is now home to the city's main ferry terminal.
Darling Harbour is a waterfront pedestrian precinct packed with shops, restaurants, museums, exhibitions, and entertainment venues.
Barangaroo Reserve is an excellent example of a successful urban renewal project and a lovely spot for a walk along the harbor.
At Taronga Zoo, you can enjoy close-up encounters with iconic Aussie wildlife and other animals from around the world.
Hyde Park is a sanctuary of sprawling lawns, shady picnic spots, flowers, fountains, and fig trees, like a mini Central Park.
Inhale the fragrance of sizzling Szechuan spices, shop for Chinese specialty items, or feast on authentic Asian cuisine at Chinatown.