39 Interesting Places In Australia
Tourist attractions in Australia a lot, especially in the continent many states and many Indonesian citizens who study there. Indeed, in addition to the continent of Europe and America, the interest of Indonesian citizens to study in the continent of Australia tends to be high and many scholarships are offered to be able to study in the continent. The continent turned out to save a variety of interesting sights to visit. Every country on the Australian continent offers a variety of interesting sights to visit.
On the continent of Australia consists of several countries, where in each country has its own charm. Every state in Australia, for example, Sydney has interesting sights to visit for Holiday In Australia.
Before leaving for Australia it’s good you know what the tourist attractions there. Do not until you do not know what tourist attractions are a favorite for tourists, in addition to wasting time tourist attractions that do not match expectations can cause disappointment. Therefore for those of you who Beru first time holiday to Australia should start by visiting the favorite location in advance for the Holiday In Australia more fun.
Here are some of the favorite sights you can visit when in Australia:
Sydney is a state on the Australian continent. Of course, we are familiar with this country because this country is a country that is quite famous in the Australian continent. Here are the sights in Sydney that you can visit:
1. Sydney Harbor Bridge
For those of you who have a tourist destination to Sydney, you should visit this place because this place is a favorite place in the state of Sydney.
This bridge is a bridge that serves as the core line when going to cross in Sydney Harbor. Sydney Harbor connects between the business center in Sydney and also in the northern part of Sydney and Holiday In Australia.
Tourists can see the railway line above the bridge, not only the railway line is there but the bridge can be used for motor vehicles, bicycles and even the pavement inside the bridge. This bridge is the icon of the city of Sydney. The design of this bridge is a curve at the top and if noticed the bridge is similar to a hanger of clothing.
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2. Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is an icon of the city of Sydney. Same with the Sydney Harbor Bridge. For those of you who first visit Sydney city you must visit this icon of Sydney city. Some say you have not been to Sydney yet to come to this opera house. This opera house is the most famous building when the 20th century. The location of this building is at Bennelong Point.
The attraction of this building is its shape that resembles a shell. Not only the unique shape but the activities that are in it. Its name just opera house, of course, there are some hints used to attract tourists for Holiday In Australia.
In this opera house, there are various kinds of performances such as theater performances, ballet and also various other art performances. For the design of the opera house was designed by Jorn Utzon from Denmark in 1995. Utzon came to Sydney to conduct maintenance in 1957.
3. The Rocks
Hearing his name, of course, you wonder what kind of tourist attractions. The Rocks is a tourist location in the suburbs of Sydney.
The Rocks streets are steeply stretching from the western side of Circular Quay and the Sydney Harbor Bridge arcades. Here tourists can see the ancient buildings that exist in The Rocks. For those who like to take pictures with the background of ancient buildings in The Rocks and Holiday In Australia.
4. Darling Harbor
For those who want to visit Sydney, you can visit Darling Harbor. Darling Harbor is a harbor within walking distance.
Can be reached from Paddy’s Market by foot then going through the Chinese Garden and into the southern port side. The scenery at Darling Harbor is a beautiful sight, with an urban setting with tall buildings and exquisitely exotic sea to be seen on Sydney’s outskirts.
The attraction of this Darling Harbor is the water attractions aimed at tourists.