One of the cities of Australia, administratively administrated to New South Wales and is an administrative capital, founded in 1788 by the British commander Arthur Philip. It is one of the oldest and largest cities in Australia with a land area of 12,367 km², Meters, with a population of 4.757.083 million, according to statistics for 2012.
It is located on the Australian continent between the Blue Mountains on the west and the Pacific on the east. It overlooks the Pacific Ocean and is located along 151.20732 degrees east of the Greenwich and 33.86785 south of the equator. Its climate is very cold in the winter,and mildly mild in the summer, January is one of the coldest seasons, and July is the hottest season.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge
Completed in 1932, and “Coathanger”, as it is locally known, is popular by Sydney who cross by train, bus, car and bicycle. It is a vital piece of industrial heritage in Sydney, the bridge independently can be explored on foot, by bicycle (there is a separate bike path) or by joining one of the (www.bridgeclimb.com) missions climb the bridge organized well organized – you can even Climb the bridge at night.
Daily, 10:00 – 05:00.
Entry ticket prices are
$ 9,50 (4, £ 35)
The Sydney Opera House
Opera House is one of the most famous buildings in the world. Designed by Danish architect Jorn Oatson, a white-sloping building, making it a performing arts center to appear as a giant ship set to the sea. The complex was completed in 1973 after 16 years of construction and cost more than $ 100 million. It was renovated in 2004 with the addition of its glass walls to the reception hall, which offers views of the harbor visitors. The (1.500) seat opera house, a center with a concert hall and three other theaters, as well as various bars and restaurants.
The Rocks located between Harbor Bridge and the northern edge of Sydney’s Central Business District. It was named after its beaches with rocky beaches, and the rocks were the first permanent European settlement in Australia. By the late 1800s, the area had been transformed into a slum filled with pubs and brothels where crime spread in narrow streets. In 1970, the city began a massive renovation project to save historic houses and warehouses in this province. Today it has been rebuilt as a popular tourist destination filled with art galleries, boutiques, modern restaurants and souvenir shops.
One of the most beautiful cities in Sydney, and one of the most popular cities in the world to live in, Jackson Bay is one of Sydney’s most famous tourist attractions, with hundreds of bays, waterways and beaches.
Beach, just minutes from Sydney’s CBD, is a sweeping stretch of golden sand lined with red-roofed houses, apartments and greenery. There is a nearby sand park that runs along the beach in a crescent shape. Bondi Beach is very popular by attracting large numbers of swimmers, lovers of recreation, and sunbathing. The beach is well patrolled with changing rooms and adjacent neighborhoods with cafés, bars and shops.
It is a tourist area in the city center of Sydney visited by
Hundreds of daily tourists and trekkers and is considered one of the important tourist places in Sydney where many markets, cafes and restaurants known as the Sydney tourism city.
The fish market in Sydney has few cities to do seafood as well as Sydney and when visiting this grubby, smelly and random building you have to understand why. Variety, freshness and a flurry of fish are available and really amazing – everything from huge plates of tuna to the most delicate slices of whiteness. There are mountains of oysters, prawns, kohl, mussels, crabs and lobsters, plus some aquatic creatures you have never seen before. Grab some sushi or some cheap fish ‘n’ chips while you’re here. For real fish fanatics the market offers regular cooking lessons and tours.
Daily from 07:00, regardless of Christmas Day
The Blue Mountains
is located 65 km from the center of Sydney, and the Blue Mountains are much more than the Chintzy cafes and the train ride depicted in the tourist brochures. In fact, they are packed with remarkable wildlife walks, breathtaking views and endless camphor forests. Do not miss the Lindsay Norman Gallery in Faulkonbridge, the three sisters in Katoomba and the 400-year-old Jinolan Caves. And do not forget walking shoes.
Daily, 9:00 – 17:00. Closed on Christmas day.