Sydney the capital state of New South Wales often recognised as a wonderland full of beautiful scenic routes, beaches, and marvellous architecture. Here is the list of some amazing places in Sydney that can not be missed whilst visiting Australia.
Sydney Harbour is often described as the heart of Sydney where many of the man made wonders are located. You might have spent time in restaurants and boats. But have you ever been to a cruising restaurant? If not, I can suggest some to you. Cruising restaurants can be categorised as one of the main attractions in the Harbour. Get on board a Sydney Harbour dinner cruise. Let it be a luxury modern catamaran, or a premium glass boat or even an authentic paddle wheeler. During the cruise you can experience the best of Sydney Harbour views like Harbour Bridge, Opera House, Luna Park, and so on. Depending on the vessel, you will be provided with different views and cruising experience. But almost everyone provides restaurant quality dining setup, freshly cooked food, quality beverages, and the excitement of the best cruising experience. Hop on board a dinner cruise in Sydney Harbour for three hours and get delighted in the experience it offers.
Queen Victoria Building
Are you passionate about buildings and architectural features? If you are, Australia will not disappoint you. The place is quite famous for architectural wonders, especially late Victorian. There are many homes and restaurants that were built in the Victorian era. Sydney has an extravagant Romanesque style of building in its heart, the heritage-listed, Queen Victoria Building. It was built in the late 19th century, around 1898 in memory of Queen Victoria by a 28 year old architect George McRae. Now it is home to many Sydney stores, boutiques, and cafes. If you are keen on the architectural features, you should come and visit the QVB.
Barangaroo Reserve is one among Sydney's newest Harbour foreshore parks which stands out as an outstanding example of a successful urban renewal project. It is a six-hectare open space to spend your day in. Barangaroo got its name after a woman from the clan of Cammeraygal. The woman lived in the north and impacted a great influence upon the Australians in the days of early European colonisation. The reserve is home to many native trees, plants, animals, and shrubs. You can catch sight of Sydney Harbour from the Reserve. Also, there are many picnic spots and green serene spots that can help you to be calm and peaceful.
The reserve is popular for its abundance in Aborginal history, culture, and historical remains. If you have any particular interest in history, culture, and study about ethnic minorities, you should visit this place at least once whilst visiting Australia.
Hyde Park, the oldest in Australia, is a heritage-listed 40 acre urban park located in the business district of Sydney Central. The park was built around 1810 to 1927 and highly maintained till time. Hyde Park is popular for its Aboriginal history and culture. There are many shady scenic picnic spots, fountains, and more than 500 trees to watch. You can walk around the park and can spend some quality time with your family and friends. You can also see many statues and memorials including ANZAC Memorial for all the Australians who served in WWⅠ. Catch sight of Archibald Fountain, a large statue of Captain James Cook, and Emden Gun, etc.
There are many more in the list of attractions in Sydney. Hope you might find this helpful. Kick start your journey and reach out to some amazing places around the globe.