Visit These Famous Buildings During Your Stay in Sydney

Posted in Local Attraction @ Apr 22nd 2018 7:39pm - By Administrator
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Queen Victoria Building
One of the most significant buildings in Sydney, the Queen Victoria Building is signature of the Victorian era in Australia during the 19th century. It was constructed in 1898, and is still a remarkable sight to see even after 100 years and multiple renovations. For one of Sydney’s oldest and most finest buildings, make to visit this one.

Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is arguably the most recognisable building in Australia, and its backdrop  of Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge makes it even better sight to see. This multi-arts performance venue is one of the best in the world, and features a regular program of live music performances, opera and classical concerts, theatre shows, comedians, and more. No visit to Sydney is complete without visiting the Sydney Opera House.

Dr Chau Chak Wing Building
The Dr Chau Chak Wing Building is one of the most unique you’ll ever see. Designed by architect Frank Gehry and completed in 2014, this oddly-shaped building is part of the University of Technology Sydney, and has been described as a “squashed brown paper bag”. See it to understand the comparison!

Sydney Tower Eye
Visit the Sydney Tower Eye for the best view over Sydney, offering a 360-degree experience from 305 metres in the air with the Sydney Opera House, St Mary’s Cathedral, Sydney Harbour Bridge, and more within sight. It’s height matches the Eiffel Tower, and it’s one of the most popular attractions to enjoy in Sydney. Located in the heart of Sydney, the Sydney Tower Eye is not easy to miss.

Anzac War Memorial
The Anzac War Memorial was unveiled in 1934 and designed by C. Bruce Dellit. It’s the main Sydney war memorial of commemoration ceremonies such as Anzac Day and Remembrance Day. Located in Hyde Park, the Anzac War Memorial is one memorial that’s well worth visiting during your stay in Sydney.

One Central Park
One Central Park is situated in Chippendale, and is an award-winning building featuring a mostly glass exterior covered in moss. It was designed by French architect Jean Nouvel and botanist Patrick Blanc, and comprises of two residential towers and a six-level shopping complex. It’s heliostat marks the first of its kind in Australia.

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