Opera House, Sydney
Located in Sydney, New South Wales, Opera house is one of the major tourist attractions in Australia, and is one of the very distinctive buildings of 20th century. The building was opened in the year 1973 and is designed by Jorn Utzon, a Danish architect. This is a must-visit tourist spot in Australia, if you are visiting New South Wales.
There are various entertainment options in Opera house. You can enjoy performances, there are restaurants to dine in, there are cinemas, there is a concert hall, exhibition rooms, studios and much more. Don’t forget to take pictures while you are at the iconic Opera house. Also, there are tons of tourist spots in New South wales, in and around Sydney. Hence planning a tour to New South Wales would be a great Australian tour option. The photographic view of this majestic building is very distinct and has its own class, be it at night or during the day time. We would personally suggest you to visit the place both during the day time to explore all over the place as well as in the night for its glorious view after it is all lit up. Plan it as per your convenience.
How to reach
- You can catch a Sydney Bus or take the City Rail or even take the Sydney Ferry to Circular Quay. From there, Opera House is just less than 10 mins walk away.
- For elders and/or physically challenged, there operates a shuttle between Vehicle Concourse and Circular Quay (stand E)
- Bike parking is available
- Car park is at – 2 Macquarie St
Admission Fee: Vary as per the kind of tour you are taking.
- Opera Performance at the Sydney Opera House charges you $69 and above.
- Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour is charged at $37 and above
- Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour is charged at $45 and above