Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Woolloomooloo NSW

Notable People from Woolloomooloo

Woolloomooloo, NSW is a Sydney suburb that has been home to many notable people throughout history. They include:

Mark Bosnich

Mark is an Australian football player who has played as a goalkeeper for Australia and Aston Villa. Mark was born in Sydney but moved to the United Kingdom when he was just seven years old. He is best known for playing with Chelsea from 1994- 1999 where he won numerous awards including The FA Cup (2000), Charity Shield (1998), and Goalkeeper of the Season (1996 and 1998).

Russell Crowe

Having been born in Wellington, New Zealand, Russell has always had a connection with Australia. He moved to Sydney when he was sixteen years old because it “seemed the sensible thing to do.” Since then he has become an Australian citizen which allowed him to play rugby league for the South Sydney Rabbitohs under his birth name Russel Arnold during the late 1990s.

He went on to have success as an actor throughout his career winning many awards including Academy Awards(Best Actor), Golden Globe Award (Best Actor) BAFTA Award (Best Actor) LAFCA Award Best Supporting Actor, and SAG Award (Best Actor).

Alessandro Del Piero

Alessandro was born in Conegliano, Veneto, Italy on November 9th, 1974. After a successful career with Juventus F.C., Alessandro transferred to Sydney FC for the 2007-2008 A-League season On March 24th, 2008 Alessandro made his debut for Sydney against Melbourne Victory scoring two goals and helping Sydney win the match. He played twenty games throughout his first season in Australia netting an impressive thirteen goals. The following year he extended his contract with Sydney for another two seasons. In 2012 it was announced that Alessandro would be transferring to Japan at the conclusion of the 2012-2013 A-League season. He was best known for his “spinning back kick” goal celebration which he would do after scoring a goal and upon leaving Sydney FC in 2013 it was announced that Alessandro had set an Australian sporting record by playing ninety-seven A-league games consecutively without being substituted.

Delta Goodrem

Delta grew up in East Lindfield, New South Wales, and has been influenced greatly by her family–her father (a musician) and brother (also a singer). She began performing at local talent quests when she was just six years old with her brother acting as a manager. They won their first competition in 1990. By the time she was twelve, Delta had recorded a demo tape, and when it landed in front of Sony Music Australia CEO Denis Handlin–who was so impressed by her voice that he signed her on the spot to a recording contract with his company.

These are just some of the notable people from Woolloomooloo.


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Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Address: Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9231 8111

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Latitude: -33.8641859

Longitude: 151.2165708

Did you know that Royal Botanic Garden Sydney rates 4.7/5 based on 23818 total ratings?

Reviews for Royal Botanic Garden Sydney

Endang Purwasari

Endang Purwasari

5/5

10 months ago

I couldn’t stop myself for coming here again and again. This garden have it’s own charisma. In every corner you would found a little gem. Perfect place to breath and take a small gateway from city. You can smell the fresh breeze while enjoying sunset over Sydney Opera House. It so refreshing and calming.

Thomas Ricks

Thomas Ricks

5/5

11 months ago

Lovely botanical garden. It has a lot of native Australian plants and definitely well maintained. It is situated at a very conviennent location next to the circular quay, the art gallery of new south whales near the ferry and train station. It is big and lots of lovely locations to have a run, walk, a workout and picnic. They also have a nice cafe/restaurant inside the garden. Definitely recommend a visit.

mark bogue

mark bogue

4/5

in the last week

This place is always worth visiting. The theme changes at least twice a year, and are always magnificent. I gave 4 stars only because this theme, “Inside the Tide” wasn’t as visually appealing to me as some of the past exhibits they’ve done. It’s still worth seeing, the attention to detail is always amazing, and it’s educational as well.


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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

Address: 1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: 1800 195 650

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Latitude: -33.8695997

Longitude: 151.2021381

Did you know that SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium rates 4.3/5 based on 13656 total ratings?

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Chandni Bansal

Chandni Bansal

4/5

a week ago

Its a nice place to visit one time.. when started the sea life journey, it was not very exciting, but later on as we progressed we enjoyed.. the later parts were sharks, whales, and cute penguins.. i just loved watching penguins, jelly fishes.. and the coral reef… It was beautiful.. obviously we will can have so many pictures as its beautiful there.. watching the beautiful fishes… And the sea life…

João Monteiro

João Monteiro

4/5

in the last week

Used to work in the industry and I have to say that you guys have an awesome setup I was really impressed.
The only downsize was the tank cleanliness…
Several tanks had windows covered in algae which was disappointing to see, considering that if you keep on top of it, they’re easy to keep clean.
Apart from that, loved everything, I’d definitely come back again

Ollie Bown

Ollie Bown

3/5

in the last week

Some highs and some lows. Great fish, especially the rays. Generally not so great use of digital screens and general information. Most surprising in 2022 that the entire experience was absent of anything Aboriginal. Would have been so simple to have an acknowledgement of country and some local and traditional context about fishing and Indigenous perspectives on nature.


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Darling Quarter

Address: 1-25 Harbour St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 8267 8200

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Latitude: -33.875235

Longitude: 151.2021757

Did you know that Darling Quarter rates 4.6/5 based on 1154 total ratings?

Reviews for Darling Quarter

Oliver Roths

Oliver Roths

5/5

2 months ago

What fantastic place for young and old. Kids love the waterpark and could go there each day for hours. Mum and Dad don’t mind the varied choices of food and drink on offer. Each time we visit everybody is happy and having a good time. For once City of Sydney did an amazing job !

Jazbir Dhillon

Jazbir Dhillon

5/5

2 weeks ago

This is a great place to take the family and anyone who visits Sydney. Lots of this to do and great selection of restaurants all around. During winter and some occasions the place is always decorated beautifully.

ankush malhotra

ankush malhotra

5/5

3 months ago

Every visit to this place is amazing. One place for entertainment, food, recreational activities, shopping with a skyline view of skyscrapers. It’s one end is hep, flashy with lots of bars and other end is calming, soothing. With the current Christmas lights it’s more beautiful.


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Powerhouse Museum

Address: 500 Harris St, Ultimo NSW 2007, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9217 0111

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Latitude: -33.878518

Longitude: 151.1995418

Did you know that Powerhouse Museum rates 4.5/5 based on 6413 total ratings?

Reviews for Powerhouse Museum

John Chen

John Chen

5/5

a year ago

Power House Museum is my prefer museum because it full of science and spaces knowledge.

The Wiggles park let kids fell happy. And spaceship and old train attract people too much.

This is a interesting & happy place you will not get disappointment.

A T Bekri

A T Bekri

5/5

3 months ago

My little daughter loved this place. It is full of interesting and informative items, including full size trains, cars, planes etc. Definitely a must see with family. Their cafe is not bad either.

Pascal Raabe

Pascal Raabe

5/5

3 months ago

I was positively surprised about the breadth and variety of exhibitions on show now. You can easily spend a whole afternoon here. Easily one of the most interesting and engaging museums in Sydney.


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The Sydney Fernery

Address: Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9231 8111

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Latitude: -33.8658113

Longitude: 151.2164174

Did you know that The Sydney Fernery rates 4.9/5 based on 21 total ratings?

Reviews for The Sydney Fernery

Cherie Hung

Cherie Hung

5/5

4 months ago

Ae usual place for healing your spirit.

Thomas Whitaker

Thomas Whitaker

5/5

a year ago

Beautiful atmosphere.

Fernando Javier Figueroa Gonzalez

Fernando Javier Figueroa Gonzalez

5/5

a year ago

The Sydney Fernery inside the Royal Botanic Garden is a beautiful place. Very peaceful and the pay to go for any fern’s lover.


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Hyde Park Barracks

Address: Queens Square, Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 8239 2311

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Latitude: -33.8696036

Longitude: 151.212585

Did you know that Hyde Park Barracks rates 4.5/5 based on 706 total ratings?

Reviews for Hyde Park Barracks

Eimear

Eimear

5/5

3 weeks ago

Amazing place to visit! Great audio tour and helpful staff. Very clean and well maintained. Extremely interesting. It was free when we went but it would be well worth the $24 entry fee. Highly recommend! 👍🏻

Michael Drew

Michael Drew

5/5

a month ago

A number of years since I’ve been to the Hyde Park Barracks. It won’t be so long next time. The Hyde Park experience, with voice commentaries on your headphones as you walk around 4 levels of archaeological finds and well-researched history, should be a ‘must’ for every Australian. Reasonably priced too – free if you’re a member of Sydney Living Museums. Bring the kids or leave them home – there is something for everyone.

Cindy

Cindy

3/5

2 months ago

It was very interesting, unfortunately the sound was not working properly. This is something they could improve, because you miss interesting information. Also, it’s not always clear were you have to go during the tour. But, definitely worth to go.


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BridgeClimb Sydney

Address: 3 Cumberland St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: 1300 908 057

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Latitude: -33.857439

Longitude: 151.2077747

Did you know that BridgeClimb Sydney rates 4.7/5 based on 3750 total ratings?

Reviews for BridgeClimb Sydney

Caitlin Traynor

Caitlin Traynor

5/5

a week ago

Great experience, wasn’t as hard a walk as I had anticipated, and although the weather earlier in the day was rainy it was absolutely perfect and a huge relief to see some sun. The tour guide Emily was lovely and informative, and the group atmosphere was friendly. Nice facilities and clean most importantly. Would definitely recommend light layers under suits and sunglasses were helpful for wind and also sun. I am fair skinned so sunscreen a must. Would recommend to friend and suitable for most age groups and ages

Andrew Taylor

Andrew Taylor

5/5

a month ago

Brilliant experience!! Expert guides, excellent safety our guide Debs was very informative. Do not be put of about the negative posts on photos it’s not actually that expensive considering what you are actually paying for. An overall experience if your in Sydney that must be encountered.
Many thanks for the excellent trip team bridge Climb.

Lindsay O Driscoll

Lindsay O Driscoll

5/5

a month ago

Had an amazing experience climbing the sydney harbour bridge. Our guide Grace was amazing, really informative and made us feel at ease the whole time. I’m quite scared of heights but felt very comfortable and really enjoyed the whole experience. Got some great pictures and great views! Would really recommend! Thanks again grace!


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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

Address: 1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: 1800 195 650

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Latitude: -33.8694129

Longitude: 151.2017032

Did you know that WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo rates 4.1/5 based on 3866 total ratings?

Reviews for WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo

Jenaya Mobbs

Jenaya Mobbs

5/5

a month ago

Loved it!! I recommend buying the combo ticket it’s worth it. The lady with the Koala’s was so friendly and answered all of our questions. We got some lovely photos with the Koala’s that we will cherish forever.

Judith Godden

Judith Godden

5/5

4 months ago

My 4 year old grandson loves this place. The zoo keepers were exceptional – friendly, happy to talk to children and to explain things to them. Thank you to Jess etc (wish I could remember all your names).

Kylz Mac

Kylz Mac

4/5

4 months ago

We loved Wild Life Sydney Zoo!! There was alot of excitement as we walked around discovering the animals. It is only quite small so only takes a small amount of time to look at everything. Staff are friendly and interacted with everyone. A lovely place to visit- we had a great time.

Virtual Room Sydney: Virtual Reality Escape Room

Address: 5/393 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9053 0221

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Latitude: -33.8696532

Longitude: 151.2068003

Did you know that Virtual Room Sydney: Virtual Reality Escape Room rates 4.8/5 based on 421 total ratings?

Reviews for Virtual Room Sydney: Virtual Reality Escape Room

Alicia Tyler

Alicia Tyler

5/5

a month ago

Wow this was an out of this world experience. Each participant had their own room so there was no chance of knocking into each other but we could still communicate seamlessly. The graphics and imagery were amazing, I could have spent time just looking around if it weren’t for the timer to complete the tasks! The puzzles were a lot of fun to work through. We’ll be booking in for mission II shortly.

Victoria Fabian

Victoria Fabian

3/5

5 months ago

EDIT: Virtual Room has friendly staff, the place is clean, and has a good atmosphere. However, the games they provide aren’t as fun or engaging when compared to other Virtual Reality gaming venues I have visited. The different variety of games is also extremely limited. The game I participated in felt too disjointed, and the puzzles in the game weren’t enjoyable to do as it was difficult to work with teammates. It is also way overpriced! The combination of the poor variety of games, the lack of enjoyment experienced, and the price has led to my low rating.

So, dear Virtual Room, I stand by my 3/5 star rating. I did not confuse you with another business, I rated the correct business. Congratulations on getting mostly all 5/5 star reviews on Google, want a prize? Too bad I didn’t think your business was worth the 5 stars!

Cecil Simon

Cecil Simon

5/5

a week ago

An experience to remember. Went in with 9 others and came out with massive smiles and a lot to chatter about.

The staff were very friendly and the games were so fun. While initially skeptical about having individual rooms, it exceeded expectations. Would definitely go back for another go. Give it a shot – you won’t be disappointed.


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Darling Harbour

Address: Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9240 8500

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Latitude: -33.87488

Longitude: 151.2009

Did you know that Darling Harbour rates 4.6/5 based on 45791 total ratings?

Reviews for Darling Harbour

Tara Sana

Tara Sana

5/5

2 months ago

It was amazing. The people performing there were incredibly talented. The restaurants too. There were SO MANY PEOPLE, yet the food only took like 10 minutes to arrive. And the waiters were so sweet too. I enjoyed it

Steven Grallelis

Steven Grallelis

4/5

a year ago

Good open air experience, perhaps diminished by the seemingly perpetual construction activity.
Some fantastic features (the swirling water pool, kids play area) and water views.
More visible signage for amenities would be useful.

Sreerag Nampoothiri K

Sreerag Nampoothiri K

5/5

11 months ago

Bustling with crowd and lot of shops especially at night. Lovely place to sit and spend time with your loved ones. I was here during the night and the streets had some performers. There were several shops which sells food that is for all sorts of taste pallets. The giant wheel is a nice addition and would love to try it. The circular water flowing thing was quite fun and made me wish I was a kid again.


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The Rocks Discovery Museum

Address: Kendall Ln, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9240 8680

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Latitude: -33.8586259

Longitude: 151.2085849

Did you know that The Rocks Discovery Museum rates 4.3/5 based on 360 total ratings?

Reviews for The Rocks Discovery Museum

Felicia Chiew

Felicia Chiew

5/5

3 months ago

Friendly and welcoming staff! Free museum that’s worth a visit if you’re around, especially love the interactive map that shows what the nearby places looked like in the olden days.

Tanya Vanderkooi

Tanya Vanderkooi

3/5

a month ago

Found this little museum while walking around The Rocks was amazed that it also had an aboriginal photographers pictures displayed as well.

Jia Wen Lim

Jia Wen Lim

5/5

2 years ago

Excellent museum – small but filled with information. You can learn about The Rocks and also the Aboriginals. Best of all, its free!


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Art Gallery of New South Wales

Address: Art Gallery Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9225 1700

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Latitude: -33.8688037

Longitude: 151.2174138

Did you know that Art Gallery of New South Wales rates 4.7/5 based on 8590 total ratings?

Reviews for Art Gallery of New South Wales

Roslyn Clifford

Roslyn Clifford

5/5

a month ago

Went to see the Matisse exhibition. Loved it! Well set out. Beautiful artworks. The staff are very helpful, polite and excited about the gallery. I was told of upcoming events that may be of interest. You have to prove your vaccination status and mask up, but these things are not an inconvenience in order to see this exhibition. Book ahead but if you still have and want to use your NSW Discover voucher you must redeem these in person.

SML 1

SML 1

5/5

a month ago

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the most important public gallery in Sydney & one of the largest in Australia. It’s currently running an exhibition with one of the world’s most celebrated artists, Henri Matisse.
The exhibition runs until March 13, 2022 – and definitely worth a visit ⭐️

The building itself is stunningly beautiful & a free public institution. The newly extended | renovated building enables more of the State’s outstanding art collection to be displayed.
The gallery is located between Royal Botanic Garden & Sydney Harbour & is part of a rich natural setting.

Seven different exhibitions are currently running, all of which are equally interesting & enriching. The shops are full of great products, neat design & exciting large art books in abundance.

The restaurant is bright & spacious with a green outdoor area. Good menu & flexible chefs who’s happy to help with vegetarian options.
On top of that, the staff from the entrance & throughout the different units are tremendously nice & accomodating.

If you live in the city, make time to visit the art gallery to be inspired & learn new things. If you are visiting, I highly recommend a visit that delivers fantastic exhibitions & also offers a wonderful green lush environment in the surroundings.

Keegan Thomson

Keegan Thomson

5/5

2 months ago

One of the most fantastic spaces for a free day out in Sydney. Escape the heat, rain or wind and you won’t need to spend a cent! So many different galleries and from so many corners of this earth. This is maybe my favourite place in Sydney. Don’t forget to feed yourself at the tasty cafe with indoor or outdoor seating. Recommend!

Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

Address: 140 George St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9245 2400

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Latitude: -33.8599358

Longitude: 151.2090295

Did you know that Museum of Contemporary Art Australia rates 4.4/5 based on 6814 total ratings?

Reviews for Museum of Contemporary Art Australia

Stephen Williams

Stephen Williams

5/5

a year ago

The MCA is somewhere to visit 2-3 times a year to see what is new.

Travel Bug

Travel Bug

5/5

a year ago

Lots of things to see at this and they also got cool events here! Great place to kill some time!

Michal Moczynski

Michal Moczynski

5/5

4 months ago

Definitely should be on todo list if you’re visiting Sydney. It has great exhibitions and is located in such an easy place to get to.
If you’re there, check out the cafe at the top floor! It has some epic views to the Opera House and the harbour👌


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Mrs Macquarie’s Chair

Address: 1d Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9231 8111

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Latitude: -33.8596569

Longitude: 151.2225335

Did you know that Mrs Macquarie’s Chair rates 4.6/5 based on 7139 total ratings?

Reviews for Mrs Macquarie’s Chair

Zahra

Zahra

3/5

2 months ago

Was an okay place. Save your money and go to Bradley park for NYE, the spots weren’t good, they were moving people from the rocks all day and then after 8pm stopped so people ended up with a better spot and blocking the view.
They also had the rule to someone was not allowed to leave once they came into the park which I found to be a bad rule, as we showed up early just to check the area and found out we could not leave.
They did not have much food choices (just 3 trucks)
No kids activities. When advertised online it gave the impression of a sort of street van festival with NYE fireworks.
If you were to come to the area as a normal it’s beautiful and clean.

Mike Down Under

Mike Down Under

5/5

in the last week

Unbeatable views of the Bridge, and across to Kirribilli, and around the corner to Garden Island Naval Base, all for the cost of parking……or why not stroll across the Botanical Gardens from the Opera House? Bring a rug and a picnic and your favourite friend for a day out.
This is surely one of Sydney’s highlights, and it’s there for all to enjoy.

jebin dravyam

jebin dravyam

5/5

a year ago

Good view and good picnic spot for less members


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Australian National Maritime Museum

Address: 2 Murray St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9298 3777

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Latitude: -33.8693567

Longitude: 151.1986328

Did you know that Australian National Maritime Museum rates 4.5/5 based on 3764 total ratings?

Reviews for Australian National Maritime Museum

Inna

Inna

5/5

in the last week

Excellent venue on a rainy day! Wonderful exhibits of Alick Tipoti’s art and stories of immigrants. Quite an amazing experience to explore the ships outside. Don’t be shy to ask volunteers about history of each ship, they’re happy to share their knowledge and fun facts.. Museum has a lot to offer, and I can’t wait to visit again soon.

Steven Farrell

Steven Farrell

5/5

2 months ago

Visited with my eight year old daughter who got to choose what to see and I what order. First we saw the small wooden replica ship, followed by the navy destroyer and submarine. They were all interesting, varied and enjoyable. Next we stopped for morning tea at the cafe before heading inside to the play area and to see some of the exhibitions. The small ocean lab outside also taught us new things in an engaging way. A great visit for all.

Harso Forever

Harso Forever

5/5

2 weeks ago

Views Outside Are Great For Taking Pictures. Since We Came In Group Well. Price Could Have Been More Cheaper For Groups. Staffs Were Great And Friendly. We Could Take Pics Of Many Ships & Boats. It’s Cool. We Love It Around Here


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Madame Tussauds Sydney

Address: 1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: 1800 205 851

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Latitude: -33.8696002

Longitude: 151.2017779

Did you know that Madame Tussauds Sydney rates 4.3/5 based on 3879 total ratings?

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Jane Brooker

Jane Brooker

5/5

a year ago

It was great fun. Lots of interactive attractions.

Divyam Bansal

Divyam Bansal

5/5

3 months ago

Madame Tussauds Sydney is a wax museum located in Darling Harbour in Sydney, Australia and is situated on the Aquarium Wharf. Madame Tussauds is part of Merlin Entertainments which owns and operates attractions globally. It makes you feel like you are standing in the middle of the world, with every celebrity near you.

Francis Sitaca

Francis Sitaca

5/5

3 months ago

Lots of photo-worthy things to do! Great for friends and family. Would definitely come back!


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Sydney Opera House

Address: Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9250 7111

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Latitude: -33.8567844

Longitude: 151.2152967

Did you know that Sydney Opera House rates 4.7/5 based on 60841 total ratings?

Reviews for Sydney Opera House

Jeffrey O'Neill

Jeffrey O’Neill

4/5

a year ago

Came with a friend to enjoy my guest visit back after lock down.

Great views. Staff are friendly and efficient. Prices ain’t too bad. You’re paying for the amazing views.

Fun place to sit and chat

Patricia Murphy

Patricia Murphy

5/5

9 months ago

Sir Michael Parkinson is a legend. What a great show. The audience were hanging off his every word. A perfect setting at the Sydney Opera House. The Concert Hall could do with a face lift. A wonderful evening. So happy I attended.

Prodip Rozario

Prodip Rozario

4/5

a year ago

Sydney opera house is one of the symbols of Australia. If you are in Sydney you just can not miss it. You will see it from the harbour bridge, from ferry, from train or on the big bus trip. It’s in the heart of Sydney. It’s a piece of modern architecture and a place meeting together. There are theatres and other entertainments in the building which I didn’t adventure but had great walk in the years by the sea.


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Sydney Observatory

Address: 1003 Upper Fort St, Millers Point NSW 2000, Australia

Main Phone: (02) 9217 0222

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Latitude: -33.85954

Longitude: 151.2047413

Did you know that Sydney Observatory rates 4.6/5 based on 3202 total ratings?

Reviews for Sydney Observatory

Redd Lightyear

Redd Lightyear

5/5

a month ago

Visited a while ago. Very well preserved. Facilities and information provided. Great lookout of the Barbour views. Nice walk and fresh air that is just in the city. Definitely recommend a visit.

Byungjae Jin

Byungjae Jin

5/5

a year ago

a nice place

Warwick Wyndham

Warwick Wyndham

4/5

a year ago

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