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For the art lover – Museum of Contemporary Art

Reopened in 2012, the Museum of Contemporary Art is home to an impressive, cutting-edge collection. Hosting all forms of contemporary art, from installations to experimental films, it has more than 4,000 pieces on display and frequent special exhibitions by international artists. Get hands-on experience at the museum’s National Centre for Creative Learning, an interactive space featuring digital and multimedia studios, a sensory room and a lecture theatre.


For the nature lover – The Royal Botanic Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens are just a short walk around the water's edge from the Sydney Opera House, with the gardens filling an area of land between the harbour and the eastern part of the central business district. There are large trees with a wonderful shade canvas and this makes the best spot imaginable to stop, sit on the grass and take in the harbour views. A walkway skirts around the harbour front at the lower part of the gardens and is popular for lunchtime walks or jogs. The gardens have more than one million specimens and there is even a hop-on hop-off "train" for the less energetic.

  • Opening times: Daily at 6:30 am and close at sunset. Entry to the gardens is free.
  • Address: Mrs Macquaries Road, Sydney
Adelaide Station

For the photographer - Opera House

Experience Sydney Opera House - one of the world's most creative and busiest performing arts centers and greatest triumphs of modern architecture. Spend a day at the World Heritage Site and you will be amazed at the life, culture and activity bursting from beneath the sails. Hop on one of the daily tours and discover the stories, history and magic of the building plus see the extraordinary interiors surrounding some of the most magnificent theatres and venues.

  • Opening times: Daily 9:00 am until late. Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.
  • Address: Bennelong Point, Sydney
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For an icon – The Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is Sydney’s crown jewel. It crosses one of the most beautiful harbours in the world from the city to the North Shore and is a striking feature of Sydney’s skyline. Opened in 1932, it is the world’s largest (but not longest) steel-arch bridge. Loved by the locals, the Bridge is at the heart of Sydney celebrations such as the annual New Year’s Eve fireworks.

  • Opening times: Daily 9:00 am until late. Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday.
  • Address: Bennelong Point, Sydney
Adelaide City Connector bus

For the historian – Discover The Rocks

Framed by diamond-sparkled waters of Sydney Harbour and shaped by history, The Rocks is where Sydney began. With 19th century warehouses converted to chic restaurants, stylish bars, hearty pubs, interactive museums, eclectic shopping and free events, it's also a place for now. Prepare to explore narrow streets, stroll along cobblestone streets and traverse historic sandstone steps on a fascinating walking tour.

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