See Sydney's Highlights. From the Rocks, to Darling Harbour. Visit Museums, St Marys Cathedral. What about the Botanical Gardens, Mrs Macquarie's Chair or Woolloomooloo Bay. Combine some of this with the North Shore or Eastern Suburbs for the perfect day out.
The Rocks is a tourist precinct and historic area of Sydney. It is located on the southern shore of Sydney Harbour, right at the base of the Harbour Bridge. Here are many historic walks and beautiful old restored sandstone buildings. Visit the many galleries, restaurants and bars in the area. Stroll towards the Opera House, pass Circular Quay where the harbour ferries come and go.
To the immediate east of the city lies the Botanical Gardens, the Domain, and the NSW State Art Gallery. A popular destination is Mrs Macquaries Chair, a great photo opportunity to see the Opera house and the Harbour Bridge in one shot.
Stop by Market St the shopping center of Sydney with Pitt St Mall, Sydney Tower and the Queen Victoria Building. Darling Harbour, would be a good stop after the city, with the Pyrmont swingspan bridge, the National Maritime Museum, Sydney Aquarium and an array of restaurants and shops.
Combine some of this with the North Shore or Eastern Suburbs along the harbour side bays and lookouts to Bondi or Manly Beach. Lunch at Darling Harbour, The Rocks, Watsons Bay, Mosman, Bondi or Manly.
See the Rocks is a historic area of Sydney with many historic buildings where we find shops, restaurants and old public bars. The harbourside offers views to the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, its just a short walk to Circular Quay
Hyde Park means the Archibold Fountain, the War Memorial, St Mary's Cathedral, tree lined walkways and City works taking lunch in the sun. Historical Macquarie street leads to the Hyde Park Barracks, The Mint, Parliament House, The Sydney Hospital and the State Library
Here we have the QVB (Queen Victoria Building) and Town Hall, not only is this a great shopping spot but its beautiful. Nearby Market St and Pitt St Mall offer Westfields, Grace Brothers, David Jones and many specialty shops. See the ornate art deco & gothic design Capital Theater. Stroll to Hyde Park, Darling Harbour and China Town.
The Australian National Maritime Museum, An ancient wooden swing bridge, shops, restaurants, bars, Darling Harbour is a pedestrian precinct to the west of Sydney's business district. Darling Harbour hosts major conferences and exhibitions at its newly developed International Convention Centre. The Sydney Aquarium is a popular stop or catch a cruise or dine in style at King Street Wharf.
View the City of Sydney, the Botanical Gardens, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge from this popular waterside parkland, look east to Garden Island at Navy Ships and Woolloomooloo
The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is a major botanical garden located just by the Sydney Opera House. Opened in 1816, the garden is the oldest scientific institution in Australia. It is open every day of the year and access is free. It is home to an outstanding collection of plants from around the world with a focus on Australia and the South Pacific. View the Harbour, North Sydney, the Bridge and Opera House as you stroll through this green wonderland.