I spent couple days in Sydney in late July and visited some places that my friend suggested.   Hope you will like it. What a beautiful sky in Sydney!

1. Sydney Opera House
For sure, you must visit Sydney Opera House if you come to Sydney. Actually, you can see different angle of Sydney Opera House, like at the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Royal Botanic Garden, or take a boat from Circular Quay. It is fun when you see it in different ways, especially the weather is perfect.

2. Hyde Park
Kind of transition hot spot. You might take bus to Bondi Beach or somewhere. St Mary Cathedral is just right from Hyde Park.

2. Bondi Beach
Take a bus from Hyde Park and head to beach to enjoy sunshine. I really like the trails between Bondi Beach and Coogee Beach. Good for exercise and surfing. Every corner is always wonderful than last one. It’s just 6 km.

3. Art Gallery NSW
There are variety of collection from old to contemporary. General Admission for free. Some exhibition needs fee. I prefer more those in 20 centuries.

Address: Art Gallery Rd, The Domain 2000, Sydney
Opening hours: 10:00 – 17:00 (Wednesday till 22:00)

4. Rose Bay & Double Bay
There are so many places you can see the sky and the sea because of geography in Sydney. Get some rest and be ready when you need to back work.

5. The University of Sydney
Not student anymore? Fine! I’m not, too. Just come & see the beautiful building and sit at the grass, have a lunch here.

6. Manly Beach
Head to North Head and call “I see you”! The sunset is  so gorgeous when I came back to Circular Quay from Manly. It was amazing that you won’t forget.

7. Museum of Contemporary Art Australia
I like the way they present contemporary art. So bold and delicate. Gentle and strong preference. Free entry.

Address: 140 George Street, The Rocks, Sydney
Opening hours: 10:00 – 17:00 (Thursday till 21:00)

 

 

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