Sydney Australia Tourist Guide
Sydney CBD with the Opera House and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
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From Chinatown to Circular Quay, Sydney City Central Business District (CBD) is filled with things to do, places to visit and things to see.
The city’s underground railway makes it easy to get around, with shopping, restaurants, cafe’s, lots of attractions and sightseeing. You may also wish to check the weather for today and forecasts for the city:
Sydney is noted for its great shopping opportunities, particularly in the Central Business District:
Amongst the many major attractions worth visiting in Sydney city is the AMP Tower Centrepoint, with excellent 360 degree views of the City. Below, you will find major fun shopping opportunities at Pitt Street.
Here is a list of the latest and best top picks for Sydney Restaurants and other great places to eat:
Places to go in the City: Museums include Hyde Park Barracks, The Art Gallery of NSW, Museum of Sydney, the Justice and Police Museum, Customs and the Australian Museum, documenting our history, culture, and the natural development of this continent. Details about our many attractions, museums and art galleries:
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Visit The Royal Botanical Gardens for a serene and enjoyable walk with great harbour views - found alongside the Sydney Opera House at Circular Quay:
The Rocks, by Circular Quay at the foot of the city, is Australia’s finest restored historical district. Visit the Sydney Information Centre there for a good look at our history and walk the cobbled streets. You will also find excellent restaurants and eateries of all kinds, pubs dating back to the early days, a lively market on weekends and plenty of entertainment.|
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Sydney city maps with attractions, touristic places to see and visit, museums and art galleries:
Map showing the Sydney Opera House, Circular Quay, The Rocks and Sydney Cove:
There are events and festivals in Sydney City the year round see more about:
Every January, the city celebrates with the Sydney Festival. At indoor and outdoor venues all over the city, there are artwork, music and dance exhibitions. Australian and International theatre during the month is also featured, from Aboriginal to Opera and Contemporary. Many of these events are free.
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Sydney City Centre
In the Sydney City Center, the best places to see includes Sydney Cove, where you can find the Sydney Opera House, the Royal Botanical Gardens and The Rocks with its many attractions.
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There are numerous attractions in the city centre as well as Darling Harbour and The Rocks, a number of significant museums as well as art galleries:
For Sydney and Early Australia history see:
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Art Galleries: NSW Art Galleries
Attractions: NSW Attractions
Museums in NSW: NSW Museums
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