Sydney Harbour Bridge
Nicknamed “The Coathanger”, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most distinguished landmarks of Australia. The bridge runs across one of the world’s most spectacular harbours.
Acclaimed as the biggest steel-arch bridge in the world, the bridge is known to offer dramatic, breathtaking views of the famed Sydney harbour and the Sydney Opera House.
Bridge Climb at the Sydney Harbour Bridge has become a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can enjoy tours that take place throughout the day and night. For many years the bridge has also been the focal point for important national celebrations and fireworks displays on New Year’s Eve.
Situated on the foreshore of Sydney’s magnificent harbour, Taronga Zoo showcases more than 350 different animals.
Get up close and personal with wildlife from across the world. Open every day of the year from 9am to 5pm, there is something for everyone.
The historic site of Sydney's first European settlement, The Rocks boasts one of the best positions on the
harbour. The site successfully combines its colourful history with a warm ambience and Australian character.
The Rocks contains many beautifully restored buildings from Sydney's early days as a colonial town. It is also famous for its pubs and fine restaurants.