There’s a lot of diversity in Sydney that makes it an exciting city to visit. May it be urban marvels or natural charm, you can’t seem to have enough of The Emerald City. Here are some of the Instagrammable places in Sydney to share in your stories:
Chippendale suburb of Sydney, one can find a small public park that gives
pedestrians access to and from Central Park Mall. That’s Balfour Street Park,
where one can find a brick swale, and native plant and bird species.
centre occupies what used to be the Eveleigh Carriage Workshops. These days,
Carriageworks has several spaces for various kinds of arts. The 19th century structure also hosts a farmers’ market every Saturday.
Sydney’s Chinatown holds a pocket of beautiful green space – the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Glistening waterfalls, lovely bamboo plants, dynasty dated porcelain and antique lacquer objects can be seen within this garden. The Dragon Wall, pavilions and tea house are among the spots you should not miss.
On Angel Place in Sydney, one can find a public artwork called “Forgotten Songs”. Michael Thomas Hill is behind this art installation of 120 bird cages suspended above a portion of Angel Place. Walking under the Forgotten Songs allows you to hear sound recordings of 50 bird species that have become extinct or are nearing extinction in central Sydney.
an art deco building, the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Australia in Sydney has
a broad collection of paintings, sculptures, photography and other artworks by
Australian artists. Its Mordant Wing also attracts locals and tourists alike
with its “contemporary” architecture that strikes a remarkable contrast against
the main building.
views, pleasant bridge vistas and various public art works await you at
Observatory Hill Park. While there, you might also want to have a look at the
activities in its tennis court and rotunda.
Stepping inside this Romanesque Revival, heritage-listed retail arcade is like taking a trip back to the 19th century. The sandstone walls, copper domes, tilework, mechanical clocks and statuary of the building all contribute to its Victorian charm.
hard to see why gardens are Instagram-worthy. The same goes for the Royal Botanic
Gardens of Sydney. With 30 hectares of green space, there are lots of
interesting finds in the Lower Gardens, Middle Gardens, Palace Gardens,
Bennelong Precinct and Palm Grove Centre. If
you want to capture wildlife, there’s a colony of flying foxes residing
in this recreation area.
Libraries have a certain appeal that can add a hint of cosy charm into your gallery. The State Library of New South Wales can do just that. But once you walk through its different buildings and wings, you will soon discover that this public library also gives a modern twist into its reading rooms.
Harbour Bridge links the North Shore and Central Business districts of Sydney.
One of the iconic structures in Sydney, it was opened in 1932 and up to this
day, continues to carry rail, vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
you wouldn’t want to miss the Sydney landmark that dominates its skyline: the
Sydney Opera House. The Expressionist design of this performing arts theatre is
known worldwide and continues to be a captivating sight.
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