Sydney Opera House is a masterpiece of late modern architecture. Housing multiple venues within the structure, the Opera House is a hub for artistic performances, as well as home to fine dining and a relaxed bar.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge, also affectionately known as the 'Coathanger', was opened on March 19th 1932 by Premier Jack Lang, after six years of construction. Boasting scenic Sydney views, the bridge is one of Australia's greatest icons.
Explore all that’s new at Barangaroo – the stunning headland park, Barangaroo Reserve, and the curated dining and shopping precinct. Take a gentle stroll, or a guided tour, dip your toes in the Harbour and check out a new view of the Harbour Bridge, bring a picnic or eat at one of the fabulous dining options in the southern precinct.
Experience a sense of Sydney's past exploring The Rocks' cobbled laneways, cosy cafés and oldest pubs in the country. Throughout this historic precinct you will find great places to eat, drink and shop – and a buzzing annual events calendar.
The gateway to Australia, cosmopolitan Sydney is one of the world's most vibrant, innovative and beautiful destinations. ICC Sydney is Asia Pacific's premier integrated convention, exhibition and entertainment precinct, underlining Sydney's place as one of the world's most desirable meeting and event destinations and providing the ideal platform to collaborate and innovate.
Pitt Street Mall is located in the heart of The Sydney CBD and is Australia's busiest and most cosmopolitan shopping precinct boasting retail centres Myer, David Jones, Glasshouse, Sydney Arcade, Westfield Sydney, Mid City Shopping Centre and The Strand Arcade.
The Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney, est. 1816, is the oldest botanic garden and scientific institution in Australia. It is home to an outstanding collection of plants from around the world with a focus on Australia and the South Pacific.