Also worth seeing is the magnificent Queen Victoria Building, which extends over an entire housing block in the vicinity of both George and Market Street.
Picture #1: Diana, Princess of Wales / Picture #2: Queen Elizabeth II / Picture #3: Queen Victoria
Those who want to get the best bird’s eye view of the city should visit the Sydney Tower. At an astonishing height of more than 250 meters, you can enjoy a fascinating view of the city in all directions.
Picture #1: Sydney Tower / Picture #2: Stratosphere Tower, Las Vegas, Picture #3: Olympic Tower, Munich
It takes only 20 minutes by bus from the centre to the most famous beach in the city, Bondi Beach. The one-kilometer long sandy beach is a true paradise for sun worshipers, water rats and surfers.
Picture #1: North Sea / Picture #2: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil / Picture #3: Bondi Beach, Sydney
Australia is not only a country but a whole continent — the smallest continent on earth. It lies in the southern hemisphere between the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Picture #1: Italy - Northern Hemisphere / Picture #2: USA - Northern Hemisphere / Picture #3: New Zealand - Southern Hemisphere