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Sydney is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world to travel to. It is a major destination for millions of tourists from south-east Asia as well as Europe escaping from cold winters and looking for beautiful warm beaches. The land down under attracts hundreds of young backpackers and working holidaymakers to the city. The city offers good work opportunities as there is a lot of business activity all through the year.  

 Rocks and Circular Quay

The old historical quarters are close to the harbour bridge and once old limestone quarries, now heritage buildings and some of the most popular bars, clubs and restaurant. The Northern tip of the city is called Rocks and host Rocks weekend markets. Most cruise liners dock right next doors in Overseas passenger terminals. Some of the best hotels in the town including Grand Hyatt, Marriott, Inter-Continental, Shangrila and Four Seasons are walking distance from this area.

  • Places of interest in this area include
  • Observatory Hill
  • Opera House
  • Argyle 
  • SOMA (Sydney Museum of Modern Arts)
  • Bridge Climb
  • Mrs Macquarie Chair
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Sydney Museum

Darling Harbour