First inhabited in 1788 by a biscuit stealer, Fort Denison was an isolated prison for Sydney's most dangerous convicts. Also ... More
First inhabited in 1788 by a biscuit stealer, Fort Denison was an isolated prison for Sydney's most dangerous convicts. Also known as "Pinchgut" due to the meager rations given to its prisoners, the island has a grim history of incarceration. These days, the island is a part of Sydney Harbour National Park and visitors are offered a cannon museum, a bell tower, a working tide gauge, a beautiful view and cafeteria. Bookings essential.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian
traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The dramatic view of the bridge, the ...
The next best thing to being able to spread your wings and fly over Sydney is being aboard one of
Sydney Helicopters' scenic flights. Swoop over some of Sydney's best loved icons or soar further afield to the Blue ...
Take a journey through Australia's rich and diverse marine ecosystems and discover the world's largest collection of all Australian aquatic
life, with over 12,000 marine animals. Walk underwater and come face to face with dozens of fierce sharks, giant ...