Recommended Attractions in Sydney

21/03/2020

Sydney is one of the largest cities in Australia. Apart from being the capital of the state of New South Wales, Sydney also have many favorite tourist destinations to visit. In Sydney, you can find parks, beaches, historic sites, and other attractions. You can also enjoy a variety of cafes, restaurants, even sports bars such as the Tradies sports bar Sutherland Shire. Here are some of the best tourist attractions in Sydney:

  1. Art Gallery of New South Wales

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the most important public art gallery in Sydney and the fourth largest in Australia. The museum was founded in 1897. it provides many Australian history as well as several works of art made by local and international artists. Having a building with five floors, this museum has been used as a showplace for talk shows with celebrities, music, films, and other shows.

  1. Taronga Zoo

if you are animal lovers, Taronga Zoo is the right place for you.

This Zoo is located on Bradleys Head Road. It has at least 2,900 species of exotic and rare animals such as the Sumatran Tiger, Kodiak Bear, Chimpanzees, Western Lowland Gorillas, Wallaby, Alligators, and even typical Australian animals such as kangaroos and koalas. Not only that but here you can also enjoy some animal shows and take pictures directly with them.

  1. Sydney Aquarium

Sydney Aquarium holds the largest marine fauna in Australia. It has around 60 tanks and 3 very large oceanariums. This aquarium depicts marine life in the waters around Darling Harbor. By visiting tourist attractions here, you can find around 12,000 marine animals, which are divided into 60 species. In addition to a variety of marine animals, you will also be presented with a view of coral reefs complete with a variety of seaweed.

  1. Dolphin Point

dolphin Point is one of the best beaches in Australia. The waves are not too big. Dolphin Point beach is safe for children and adults to visit. If you want to explore this beach, you can ride a boat while seeing a herd of dolphins that jump in the middle of the sea.

  1. State Theater

Having a building design resembling theater decorations in Italy, the State Theater was dubbed the Palace of Dreams. This luxurious theater is located on Market Street, Sydney. Once you enter this theater, you will be presented with the second largest chandelier in the world by Koh-I-Nor. David Byrne is one of the plays that is presented in the State Theater.