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The best tourist places in Australia

The best tourist places in Australia

Tourism in Sydney
Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens are sandwiched between the Sydney Opera House and the public green space. Overlooking the harbor, the urban park contains more than 7,500 species of plants, many of which are indigenous to Australia.

The standout collections include the Tropical Center, which features pyramid-shaped greenhouse plants, and the garden’s rare and endangered species. There is no entrance fee to the park, and there are free tours available as well.

 

 

Sydney Tower

The Sydney Tower is the tallest structure in the city and the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere. , which offers a 360-degree view of the compact city, harbor and the surrounding countryside. Designed by architect Donald, the building opened to the public in 1981.

The tower contains three dining facilities, including the revolving 360 restaurant, bar and dining. The latest addition to the tower is the 4D cinema, which will enhance the theatrical experience with special effects.

 

 

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is a beautiful beach in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Bondi Beach is located 7 km (4 mi) east of the Sydney CBD, in the local government area of ​​Waverley Council, in the eastern suburbs. Bondi Beach is one of the most visited tourist sites in Australia, the area being Bondi Beach, North Bondi And the intersection of Bondi and neighboring suburbs.

Bondi Beach is also known as Bondi Bay; It is located 7 kilometers to the east from the central business district in Sydney, and this area is considered one of the most visited tourist sites in the Australian country, and the beach is divided into two parts: the first is the northern end, which is safe for swimming, and the southern end contains seven streams; Because of its proximity to the bus station, it is reserved for surfing, and there are red and yellow flags along it to identify safe swimming areas in it, and it has been added to the list of national heritage.

 

 

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most prominent cultural landmarks in it. The building was built of concrete and steel cables to prevent cracking. It is one of the most beautiful theaters in the world. Construction began in 1958 and opened on October 20, 1973. The Opera House building includes three groups of interlocking shells that house two performance halls. Two mains and a restaurant. The structure is surrounded by pedestrian paths. In 1957, an international jury entrusted the task of completing the Sydney Opera House project to the Danish architect, Djörn Utzon,

The World Heritage Committee recognizes through the inclusion of this building in the Sydney Opera House as an artistic monument open to the community as a whole. The exhibition is an opportunity for all visitors to the house to wander inside the sculptures as if you were swimming in a sea of ​​light and brilliant colors. The exhibition extends for a distance of fifty-three meters and is nine meters high, containing a maze of tunnels and domes full of colors and sounds.

 

 

Darling Harbor

It is one of the large areas dedicated to shopping and entertainment, located in the center of Sydney and contains many of the most famous international and local restaurants, museums, shops for shopping and many places worth visiting,

Here, for example, you can visit the Australian National Maritime Museum, the Sydney Aquarium and Sydney Wildlife World. Then you can buy ice cream, drink coffee and eat at the many restaurants available in this area.

 

Queen Victoria Building

The Queen Victoria building contains 4 floors of high-end shops, restaurants, cafes and unique shops, characterized by beautiful architecture and decorations, and it is connected to Westfield Market by an underground corridor.
Some of the stores I like:
Vanato wood-fired pizza.
– Bobbyco toy store A large store characterized by exotic toys, especially hobby toys such as trains, cars, planes, a beautiful and entertaining store, and it occupies a large part of the market in the upper floors.

 

 

Sydney Aquarium

When you visit the Sydney Aquarium, you will see sharks swimming above and below you, in addition to more than 12,000 species of Australian marine creatures, which can be seen when you enter the glass tunnel, which extends over 160 meters,

There are long queues to enter the aquarium, so it is best to visit early. A visit to the Sydney Aquarium is a wonderful opportunity, especially for marine creatures lovers.

 

 

Darling Harbor

Darling Harbor is located ten minutes from the center of Sydney, and it is a vital location that includes many restaurants, shops, and entertainment attractions. 1831 AD,

It is now home to some of Sydney’s most popular tourist attractions, including the Australian National Maritime Museum, the Sydney Aquarium, an Aboriginal Center and an IMAX theater with the world’s largest screen. A kid-friendly Harborside shopping center that boasts a bowling alley. The eastern side of the waterfront includes upscale shops, bars and restaurants.

 

 

Sydney Harbor Bridge

It is a metal arch bridge that allows cars and all transportation, connecting downtown Sydney to its North Shore. The aesthetic view of the bridge and its proximity to the Opera House made them two famous tourist symbols for the city of Sydney in particular and Australia in general. The bridge contains eight lanes designated for crossing cars and trucks, two pedestrian tracks, and two rail tracks for the passage of trains.

The total length of the bridge is one thousand one hundred and forty-nine meters, and it extends from Dawes Point to Melsons Point, and its width is forty-nine meters, and its height is one hundred and thirty-four meters.

to five hundred and three meters, and its height is thirteen meters above sea level.

 

 

Hyde Park in Sydney

Hyde Park is characterized by its location in the city center and its proximity to the markets, surrounded by several important buildings such as St. Mary’s Cathedral and the Australia Museum.

Vast green spaces, fountains and memorials to a number of Australian VIPs. It is the oldest and most famous park in Australia and one of Australia’s tourist attractions, with an open area of ​​more than 16 hectares in the heart of Sydney, and Park Street divides the park into two halves, referred to as Hyde Park North and Hyde Park South.

 

 

Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo is located in the northern part of the city and overlooks the port directly, and can be visited by ships departing from Circular Quay port on a 12-minute trip. The most important tourist places in Australia are in Sydney, and the park is divided into eight geographical animal areas spread over 28 hectares It includes 4000 animals of 350 species,

It also has a shop, café and information centre. When you visit the park, you can walk around the place and see many animals of various kinds, such as giraffes, monkeys, koalas, and others. We advise you to allocate a full day to the park to enjoy all its facilities, preferably not during the weekend, which is very crowded with visitors., The park also offers many offers Animals suitable for adults and children, where you can see a display of birds, squirrel monkeys, and seals.

 

 

Luna theme park in Sydney

A small amusement park in the northern part of the city can be visited by boat from Circular Quay or after crossing the Harbor Bridge. Luna Park is one of the fun places in Sydney, through which you can see the most beautiful attractions, such as the Harbor Bridge, the famous Opera building with its unique design and the Botanic Gardens

It is very close to the Sydney Bridge, and if you have the opportunity to visit it, you will find many diverse games that are suitable for young and old, such as the ship game that everyone knows, the spinning wheel, the train game, aerial games and simple games for children.

 

 

Sydney beaches

Sydney is famous for its wonderful beaches. Dotted around the port are several sheltered bays with calm waters and sugary sands. For a great view of the ocean, take a coastal tour along the cliffs from Bondi to Coogee. Other ocean beaches include Kronulla (the only one easily accessible by train from the city), Bronte, Tamara, and Marobra.

 

 

Barangaroo  Reserve

The Barangaroo Preserve is an excellent example of a successful urban renewal project and a beautiful area for walking along the harbor. Transformed into a public container terminal in 2015, this 22-hectare terminal is now home to more than 75,000 native trees and shrubs, walking and biking trails, shops, restaurants, and event and exhibition space. It is named after an influential indigenous leader at the time of European colonization.