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Visiting Darling Harbour in Sydney
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Darling Harbour

Experience the High-Spirited Life of Sydney in Darling Harbour

Experience the High-Spirited Life of Sydney in Darling Harbour

Sea Life Aquarium

Sea Life Aquarium

Witness the exotic aquatic life of Australia at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium that has the largest collection of Australia's aquatic life. While exploring the aquarium, you will walk across 14 themed areas to encounter sharks, stingrays, penguins, and other animals. You can even snorkel with the sharks or enjoy a glass-bottom boat tour and other behind-the-scenes tours for a memorable experience.

Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Wild Life Sydney Zoo

Being an isolated country, Australia is home to exquisite wildlife. There are numerous species that are indigenous to the country. Get up close with these amazing animals at the Wild Life Sydney zoo. As you walk through the area you will encounter the cute Koalas, Kangaroos, platypus etc. The interesting walk through habitats, keeper talks, and intimate wildlife encounters will keep you fascinated and amused. Keep your cameras handy to save the precious moments.

Australian National Maritime Museum

Australian National Maritime Museum

Learn about the thrilling seafaring stories of Australia at the Australian National Maritime Museum. the intriguing tales of adventures at the sea will completely amaze you. The museum exhibits various themes ranging from naval to cultural with artifacts to give you an insight into the wildest experiences. The two most spectacular attractions of the museum are an 18th-century ship and a submarine. You can board the ship and the submarine to inspect their interiors.

Chinese Garden of Friendship

Chinese Garden of Friendship

After so much of exploration, you might need some time to rest and recharge yourself. Take a break from the hustle and bustle and head to The Chinese Garden of Friendship where you can enjoy some quiet time in nature. A haven for nature lovers, the Chinese garden has a mesmerizing landscape with shimmering waterfalls, calm lakes, luxuriant plants and hidden pathways. Enjoy a leisure walk in the garden exploring its enriching beauty. The tranquil and soothing ambiance of the garden will vanish all your fatigue.

Pyrmont Bridge

Pyrmont Bridge

A symbol of Australia's industrial history, Pyrmont Bridge is the world's oldest surviving swing span bridge operated by electricity. Designed by Percy Allan the bridge connected the city and Sydney's growing suburbs. It became operational in 1902. A spectacular work of engineering, the swing bridge has been a marvel of its time. It is open for the demonstration on weekends and public holidays.

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds

Madame Tussauds is a wax museum owned and operated by Merlin Entertainment. There you will find the life-like wax statues of popular personalities. Enjoy your moment of fame as you walk through the red carpet that showcases the life-like figures of world leaders, sports personalities, actors, music stars and other renowned names. Pose with your favorite stars and get clicked. The unique experience will remain etched in your memory for a lifetime.

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

Darling Harbour is a public place and is accessible by everyone. No tickets are charged for visiting the place. While some attractions and exhibitions are free, you will have to buy entry tickets to certain attractions like the zoo, aquarium, Madame Tussauds, etc.

How To Get Around?

The area is specifically designed for walking and all the attractions are easily accessible on foot. There are footways connecting major attractions and direction signs are put up to make your hunt easier. You can take a map from the tourist information counter. A motorized train service facility is also available for those who are too tired to walk further. The train will take you around the precinct.

What Should I Wear?

There is no dress code for the place. You can wear anything cool and casual. As there is a lot of walking involved you should wear comfortable footwear that does not hinder with your exploration pursuit. Something high on fashion will certainly do for those who love to cater attention and stand out, but heels think twice before you wear them!

Facts

Best Time to Visit

Sydney is a beautiful place located in Australia that sees pleasant weather through September and November and March to May. You can plan your visit to the Darling Harbour within this time. Otherwise, any fine day when you have an off from work or need a break, Darling Harbour is a place to spend some great time with family and friends.

Currency

Australian Dollar (AUD)

Will I Need a Guide?

The place is a recent development and is designed keeping in mind the ease of its visitors. Direction signs are put up to guide you through the place. Also, there are maps available at tourist counters that will help you keep a track of yourself. Thus, there is no need for a guide. It is completely your wish that how would you like to go about the place. There are numerous fascinating attractions that you can explore as per your will.

How To Get There?

Darling Harbour is adjacent to the city center of Sydney. It is at a walking distance from the Sydney's CBD (Central Business District) area. However, if you are coming from a place farther, then you can reach there by taking a train, bus or a private taxi. You also have the option to take a ferry ride if you are traveling from the Circular Quay.

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