Sydney Image Gallery

Aerial View of Sydney Ports

Sydney Ports is a beautiful port boasting the two symbols of the City of Sydney, Harbour Bridge and the Opera House.

Art Gallery of N.S.W.

Art collections from around the world are displayed by period and genre in the old wing and the new wing. It also offers a rich collection of Aboriginal art.

Blue Mountains National Park

Registered as a World Heritage site, this national park is located about 70 kilometers west of Sydney. The mountain range, about 1000 meters above sea level, is home to many waterfalls and valleys and is well known as a summer resort for Sydney residents.

Darling Harbour

Darling Harbour refers to the area on the west of Sydney, where a giant shopping center, a museum, an aquarium, a casino, and hotels attract a large number of tourists.

Harbour Bridge

Harbour Bridge, a symbol of Sydney, was completed in 1932. The overall length of the bridge measures approximately 1149 meters across.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is a vast oval-shaped park in the central area of Sydney. It is an oasis in the business district and many people enjoy reading and napping in the park.

The Museum of Contemporary Art

The Museum of Contemporary Art exhibits innovative modern arts.

Opera House

Opera House is a massive comprehensive art center comprised of four theaters and includes an opera theater, a reception hall, a restaurant, a bar, a library, and an art gallery. It was registered as a World Cultural Heritage site in 2007 for "representing a masterpiece of human creative genius".

Queen Victoria Building

Queen Victoria Building is a splendid structure built in 1898 decorated with stained glass windows, spiral staircases, a vaulted dome ceiling, and other fine details. It has now transformed into a shopping center featuring popular shops in Australia.

St. Mary's Cathedral

Solemnly standing between the Hyde Park and the Domain, St. Mary's Cathedral is a catholic cathedral and the largest Gothic sturcture in the southern hemisphere.

Sydney Luna Park

Located on the north of Harbour Bridge, Sydney Luna Park is an amusement park with a peculiarly nostalgic atmosphere.

Sydney Observatory

Built in 1858, Sydney Observatory is Australia's oldest observatory. It has contributed to the development of astronomy in the southern hemisphere, but in 1982, it became difficult to continue observation as a result of air pollution caused by city development. Consequently, it has been opened to the public as an astronomy museum.

Sydney Tower

The observatory room 250 meters above ground offers a panoramic view of Sydney from the coastal line of the Sydney Harbour and as far as the Blue Mountains on a sunny day.

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