This is the quintessential view of Sydney: a glorious panorama that takes in the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, ... More
Mrs. Macquarie's Chair
This is the quintessential view of Sydney: a glorious panorama that takes in the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Kirribilli House, Fort Denison and the Woolloomooloo dockyards. Mrs. Macquarie's Point is the peninsula to the East of Farm Cove, just a little further along Art Gallery Road from The Domain, and adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens. Mrs. Macquarie's chair itself was hand carved by convicts from sandstone in 1810 for Governor Macquarie's wife.
Built in 1858, the Observatory operated until the 1980s and gained an international reputation for its work. This elegant, sandstone
complex is now part of the Powerhouse Museum. The permanent exhibition, by the light of the southern stars', is ...
Located on historic Macquarie Street, Sydney's Parliament House comprises a complex of buildings, dating from 1816 to the mid 1980's.
A guided tour is available on Parliamentary non sitting days and includes The Legislative Council Chamber (Upper House) and ...
Like every Chinatown across the globe, this area in central Sydney is famous for its Chinese restaurants, antique shops and
annual festivals. The area has a distinct Chinese look to it, between the architecture and colorful items on sale ...
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