When you take a family holiday to Sydney there are 2 things that you absolutely must see.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.
Fortunately they are not hard to find.
Turn the other way and the Sydney Opera House is jutting out sitting on the water with her white peaks pointing to the sky.
Walking along the water front towards Circular Quay the Sydney Opera House is visible for miles.
Just looking at the intricate architecture you can understand why it is has become an icon for Sydney and Australia since it was completed in 1973.
As we get closure we can see that there is more to this building designed by Jorn Utzon than first meets the eye.
There is a maze of paved stairs and forecourts leading up to the white tiled shells, which are quite awe-inspiring to stand under.
As we make our way on the stone patterned concrete paths around the parameter of the building we end up back on the water front with pretty parkland to one side.
And there in the other direction is the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Yes they are 2 must see items when you travel to Sydney, but the only way you’ll miss them is if you have your eyes closed.
Have you seen the Sydney Opera House or is it on your bucket list?
Tell me in the comments.
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