The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the major landmarks of Sydney, Australia, connecting the Sydney central business district (CBD) with the North Shore commercial and residential areas, both of which are located on Sydney Harbour. The dramatic water vista of the bridge together with the nearby Sydney Opera House is an iconic image of both Sydney and Australia. It was opened on 19 March 1932.
The University of Sydney, established in 1850, is the oldest university in Australia, and it is located in Sydney, the capital city of the state of New South Wales. 47,296 students and 2,451 employees in 2004
Taronga is the city zoo of Sydney, Australia. It is located on the shores of Sydney Harbour in Mosman. In February, 2003 it became the second zoo in Australia to breed the platypus. It's truly 'more than a zoo', in fact, two zoos. Taronga is linked to Dubbo's Western Plains Zoo in terms of breeding programs and such. A scenic cable car allows the visitor to get a good picture of the zoo and its...
Luna Park is a historical amusement park in Sydney, Australia, first opened in 1935. The park is located at Milsons Point, immediately west of the point where the Sydney Harbour Bridge meets the North Shore of Sydney Harbour. Like similarly-named parks elsewhere, the park's entrance features a giant face of the moon; in the case of Sydney, the face has been replaced several times, each differin...
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