13D12N Australia Trip: Sydney Opera House & Harbour Bridge

Whenever Sydney is being mentioned, the Opera House and Harbour Bridge are always included as places of interest. Hence, we did not miss out the chance to visit these two places when we were in Sydney. But first, we need to board the metro to the nearest station named Circular Quay.

13D12N Australia Trip: Sydney Opera House & Harbour Bridge

We boarded the metro from Central station and this is our first time riding the metro in Sydney. For a start, the metro is double decker. Wow. The seats are irreversible too. You can adjust it so face whichever direction the metro is facing. 

Sydney Metro in Australia

When we came out from the train, we followed the walking path to view Harbour Bridge from the Opera House side. There are a lot of what-seem-to-be historical buildings along the way. 

Circular Quay Sydney Australia

Walking nearer to the Harbour Bridge and noted a huge cruise ship is currently docked nearby. Do you know that you can climb the bridge? 

Cruise docked near Harbour Bridge Sydney Australia

If you are interested to climb Harbour Bridge, you need to book a climb with BridgeClimb (www.bridgeclimb.com). There are four timings available for booking starting from dawn, day, twilight and night. The price ranges from AUD 238 to AUD 373.

Harbour Bridge Sydney Australia

Sydney Opera House is situated right opposite the Harbour Bridge. The sky was pretty cloudy that day. Thankfully, it did not rain. 

Sydney Opera House in Australia

You can find a lot of eateries on the path leading to the Sydney Opera House. I guess you don't have to get worried being hungry here in Circular Quay. 

Opera House in Sydney Circular Quay Australia

There are so many events and shows happening at Sydney Opera House every month so do check out their website (www.sydneyoperahouse.com) for the latest updates.

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