30 Places to Visit in Australian

1- Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is considered the city’s most important attraction.

2- Sydney Harbor Bridge
The bridge is a special kind in the world.

3- Bondi Beach
Bondi Beach never loses its popularity due to its golden sandy beach and clear sea.

4- Royal Botanical Garden
Filled with 30-hectare botanical gardens, guests are captivated by the breathtaking views of the harbor.

5- Neighborhood Cliffs
In 1788, it was the first colonial region in Australia founded by European immigrants.

6- Darling Harbor
Darling Harbor is another popular tourist attraction you can visit in order to enjoy the lively atmosphere and enjoy the moments.

7- Sydney Tower
If you want to see the original view of the city from a bird’s eye view, many travelers will find it.

8- Queen Victoria Building
The Quenn Victoria Building stands out with its Gothic exterior.

9- Taronga Sydney Zoo
Tarong Sydney Zoo is especially visited by families with children.

10- Blue Mountains
50 km from the city center; The city boasts exquisite landscapes, a busy Aboriginal population, impressive diversity of plants and animals and extreme sports.

11- Hyde Park
Hyde Park was built between 1810-1927. Australia’s oldest park is divided into two parts: south and north.

12- Manly Beach and Manly Ferry Port
Manly Beach is a place where you can enjoy the sea and take part in activities such as shopping, golf and workshops.

13- SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
THE LIFE OF THE SEA The Sydney aquarium, with 12 different thematic areas with unusual features, reveals the richness of the underwater world.

14- New South Wales Art Gallery
It is set in a beautiful park overlooking Sydney Harbor.

15- Australian National Maritime Museum
Sydney is an indispensable cultural resort for travelers interested in sailing.

16- Museum of Modern Art
It is one of Australia’s leading cultural sites.

17- St. Mary’s Cathedral
The Gothic-style building is based on Lincoln Cathedral in England.

18- Chinese Friendship Garden
China Friendship Garden was founded in 1988, the twin city Guangzhou city by landscape architects and gardeners.

19- Luna Park Sydney
In the amusement park you can look at classic options such as the carousel and the ferris wheel.

20- Chinatown
Chinatown is the last residential area I’d recommend adding to Sydney’s attractions.

21- Parliament Building
Designed by architect Charles Passley.

22- Old Treasure Building
It is considered one of the most impressive structures in Australia.

23- Princess Theater
The Princess Theater Melbourne is an example of spectacular historical buildings on the list of sights.

24- Federation Square
Federation Square is not very old.

25- Cricket Stadium
The MCG was the main stadium for the 1956 Olympics.

26- National Gallery of Victoria
In fact, the Victoria Gallery offers more than 68,000 works of art in two different locations.

27- Eureka Tower
The 91-story Eureka Rebellion skyscraper is also a monument.

28- Bazaars and Transitions
The streets of Flinders, Collins and Bourke are elegant, local, interesting and crowded streets and you must walk along the corridors.

29- Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building
Melbourne is actually a museum town.

30- Captain Cook’s House
This is a type of museum where many objects, adventures and discoveries from the captain’s life are exhibited.

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