Sydney: Darling Harbour

17 – 25 December 2017

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Darling Harbour is the less known cousin of Sydney Harbour. It is located just west of Sydney Harbour and is another center of tourist attractions, restaurants, and shops. Its residents include the Australian National Maritime Museum, International Convention Center, SeaLife Aquarium, WildLife Zoo, IMAX Theatre, King Street Wharf, The Star Casino, Chinese Garden of Friendship, and Harbourside Shopping Center. Despite all the activity here, Darling cannot compete with the Sydney Opera House and the constant influx of cruise and ferry ship passengers. Once you are done getting your mandatory Opera House selfie, take a stroll to Darling Harbour.

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2 Responses to Sydney: Darling Harbour

  1. tomsjohn2015 says:

    Its one of the best places to visit in Sydney. You missed to mention the cruises on the darling harbour.

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    • kenwehner says:

      You are correct. We did take a NYE cruise out of Darling (separate post) so we didn’t do a tour or dinner cruise. Taking any of the ferries is nice too, although a different experience. Sydney is a great city.

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