Far as the Pacific coast goes is the big country of Australia lying with so much beaches and ocean which makes glaring for tourists to visit. It also goes with magnificent cities to visit for. One of which is the city considered to be the gateway of Australia-Sydney.
In this place hailed as Australia’s oldest and largest city, Sydney remains to be a leading port as well as manufacturing, commercial and financial center of the pacific coast.
If you are dreaming to visit this country this someday or is now planning a vacation, then consider a perfect spot where you can feel the sense of a true and magnificent city.
Mild climate, easy access to waterways provides many recreational choices: sailing, swimming, surfing, golf, tennis, rugby league football and many other outdoor sports. These are all enough reasons why most visitors enter and for some time get a roam-around for this city before leaving. It is a gate along the pacific coast for passageway of different ships and even luxurious cruises. Each year, about 150,000 passengers arrive and depart on ocean-going liners from the passenger terminal at Sydney Cove.
In addition, many fine shops, restaurants, entertainment and museums can be seen attractive with this city. Mild and pleasant climate especially during December directs tourists from the western countries to have their vacation within this city’s magnificent relaxing beaches.
Here are few of the attractions foreigners shall never miss at Sydney.
1. Sydney Harbour Bridge links central Sydney with suburbs to the north.
At night, city lights reflect in the water of the vast harbour, the focal point of the city. Sydney Harbour Bridge was opened in 1932. It is a steel arch bridge.
2. The Royal Botanical Garden show a wide variety of plants from many countries while paths wind through the gardens, and lead to statues, fountains, and duck ponds.
3. Taronga Zoo houses animals from every continent. Australian wildlife at the zoo includes Kangaroos, Koalas, and platypuses.
4. The Sydney Opera House is the city’s premier landmark. The billowing “sails” of its roof, and flawless acoustics, are features which make it one of the finest architectural achievements of the 1900’s. Danish architect Jorn Utzon designed the building for a world-wide competition.
5. The Rocks is the Sydney’s oldest section which appears much as it did in the early 1800’s. Buildings restored since the early 1970’s, as part of a restoration project, are used as shops and restaurants.
6. The Bondi Beach offers warm sunshine and good sand. Sydney’s sunny climate and numerous beautiful beaches make water sports a popular pursuit.
These are the things which make Sydney truly a different city among all other cities. It is an experience many of us cannot forget because the place is truly amazing.
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