The icon of Sydney is a must visit even for those who do not enjoy opera all that much.
All the lovers of plants, flowers, trees and greenery in general, should definitely place this stunning garden high on their to-visit lists.
This exquisite 19th-century building has been restored many times and has served various purposes before it came back to the original one -…
Situated in the heart of Sydney, this oasis of harmony makes for a great hideaway from the city's buzz and rush.
Also known as Sydney Tower Eye, this is the tallest building in the city. Climb up to the top and see Sydney spread out underneath you.
Founded in 1821, this majestic cathedral and its ornate decor make for a wondrous sight.
Originally being used as an area for playing cricket and horse races, this is the oldest public parkland in the whole country.
The sandstone here was cut into a benchlike-shape for the governor's wife who loved views of the harbour - now you can enjoy them too.
This large aquarium houses more than 700 species of marine animals. It is divided into 14 different habitat zones.
Built in 1995 on the ruins of Australia's first government house, this museum showcases the history of Sydney as well as its present…
Established in 1991, this giant white building houses extensive collections on all things maritime, divided into six galleries.
The Parliament House in Sydney is a heritage-listed complex of buildings housing the Parliament of the state of New South Wales, Australia.
Combining Gothic and Byzantine styles, this synagogue was built in 1878.
This place played an important role in history, being the ground where the public gathered to listen to various political rallies and…
Completed in 1889, this town hall is known for its Victorian interior and rich decorations.
Situated in the heart of the city's business district, this Victorian shopping mall will put an elegant spin on all your shopping needs.
Since 2013, this building once again serves its original purpose, being the residence of the Governor of NSW.
Unveiled in 1932, this fountain commemorates good relationships between Australia and France during WWI. It is named after J.
The Art Gallery of New South Wales, founded as the New South Wales Academy of Art in 1872 and known as the National Art Gallery of New…
St Andrew's Cathedral is a cathedral church of the Anglican Diocese of Sydney in the Anglican Church of Australia.
Situated in the very heart of Sydney, this is the place to go if you want to see various species of Australian unique fauna.