Posted in Australia, Travel
October 23, 2017

Australia Diaries – Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour– famous worldwide for the beautiful Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Interestingly, the way the Opera House is situated, one can see it from every directions except maybe from the bottom so we got lot of photos of it.

On the ferry to Manly

Blue hour at Circular Quay

From the Rocks

Just as impressive the old but beautiful Sydney Harbour Bridge.

We didn’t do the bridge climb. Didn’t think it was worth it. Other than these 2 iconic structure, the area surrounding the Sydney Harbour was quite normal like our Marina Promenade. We took the ferry from Circular Quay to Manly for dinner one evening and on another evening we had dinner at one of the many eateries adjoining the harbour on another. Nothing fascinating – just malls and boats and ferries. We didn’t go to the Sealife Aquarium or the Wild Life Zoo at Darling Harbour as firstly I think a zoo should not be housed within a building and it was very crowded with many tourists outside the premises. Instead we walked from Darling Harbour to Baragaroo Nature Park which is a park with a beautiful walkway next to the harbour. If only we had discover this place earlier, would definitely have come for a run here!

From there we continued walking to the Rocks I supposed this display symbolise the Rock?

There are some nice houses and buildings here with schools, museums and of course the pier but nothing that was fascinating for us.

And with this final walk in Sydney, we wrapped up our visit to beautiful Australia. We hope to be able to come back to maybe another different state, for more sightseeing and of course more birding and more running. G’day!

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