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Get an insider look at the World Heritage–listed Sydney Opera House on this 1-hour walking tour...
Want to see Sydney Opera House, SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Taronga Zoo, Sydney Harbour and more?...
Discover the stories, history, and magic of Sydney Opera House with an incredible hour-long guided t...
Spend an afternoon or evening at the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Sydney Opera House for an ama...
Go behind the scenes of the iconic Sydney Opera House on a backstage tour of one of the world's...
Experience the dazzling drama of Eliza Doolittle and Professor Higgins at a performance of the ic...
Take a guided walking tour of Sydney Opera House while your cruise ship is in port to experienc...
Music lovers - why not enjoy dinner, guided tour of the Sydney Opera House and a Sydney Symphon...
Explore the best of Sydney on this half-day city tour as you visit Sydney Harbour, Bondi Beach and ...
Enter the Sydney Opera House without having to see a show on a 1-hour tour of one of the world’s mos...
Sydney Opera House was built especially for opera performances. Book your tickets online and get the...
2 hours 30 minutes
Celebrate New Year's Eve 2017 in operatic style at the Opera Gala at Sydney Opera House, where ...
This is an 80-minute “jukebox opera,” featuring well-loved operetta tunes and plenty of laughs....
Some of Australia's biggest names in the performance arts can be seen at the Sydney Opera House...
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Exclusively for Vivid Sydney (May 26 - June 17), the Sydney Opera House Tour is offering a rare glim...
Enjoy the Sydney Opera House's Gala concert with talented performances and a dazzling fireworks show...
This intimate tour grants you exclusive access to areas normally reserved for the stars and their cr...
One of the most famous and iconic buildings in the world, the Sydney Opera House on the harbor is the acme of architectural brilliance.
One of the most famous and iconic buildings in the world, the Sydney Opera House on the harbor is the acme of architectural brilliance. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its creative structural design and form. Designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon, the Modern Expressionist masterpiece was built between 1959 and 1973. The 183 metre long and 120 metre wide pink granite building is topped by soaring white roof shells shaped like billowing sails, a design which suits the waterfront.
The main Concert Hall in the western group of shells is home to the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, and contains the Sydney Opera House Grand Organ, the largest mechanical tracker action organ in the world with over 10,000 pipes. The smaller venues - Drama Theatre, Playhouse, and Studio are underneath the Concert Hall. The interiors have 2 large murals – John Olsen's 'Five Bells', and Michael Nelson Jagamara's 'Possum Dreaming'. The building also houses a recording studio, cafes, restaurants, bars and retail outlets.
1 hour long guided walking tours of the Sydney Opera House offer a glimpse of what lies behind the scenes at the renowned performance theatre where over 1500 concerts, ballets, musicals and plays are staged every year. Learn about the history and architecture of the magnificent building, and get awed by largest pillar-free chambers in the world. Upgrade your tour to include a tasting plate for two at the Portside Sydney or a meal at the Opera Bar with spectacular views of the harbor.
Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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The Government House adjacent to Sydney's Royal Botanic Gardens is the vice-regal residence of the Governor of New South Wales
The Hickson Road Reserve in The Rocks is a popular filming spot for its picture-perfect backdrop of palm trees, and extensive views of Sydney Harbour, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge
Stretching from the Overseas Passenger Terminal on West Circular Quay to the Sydney Opera House forecourt on East Circular Quay, the Sydney Writers Walk is a path lined with a series of 60 metal plaques dedicated to authors who have spent time in Australia at some point of time in their lives
The Kirribilli Point has the Gothic Revival style Kirribilli House which is the Sydney residence of the Australian Prime Minister, and the Admiralty House where the governor general stays when he is in town
Dating back to 1816, Cadmans Cottage is one of the oldest residential buildings in Sydney
Originally used as the Water Police Court (1856), then the Water Police Station (1858) and the Police Court (1886), the elegant sandstone building on the Albert Street corner in Circular Quay is today home to the Justice and Police Museum
Housed in a restored mid-19thcentury sandstone warehouse, The Rocks Discovery Museum tells the story of The Rocks area of Sydney from the pre-European era when it was known as Warrane to the present day
Known as the 'coat hanger' among locals for its arched design, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is an icon of the city
Gannon House in the Rocks is an art gallery dedicated to works by renowned as well as upcoming indigenous artists such as Gloria Petyarre, Jeannie Pwerle, and Charlie Tjapangarti