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Sydney的观光景点和地标建筑

艺术博物馆

美术馆
“ the most important public gallery in Sydney and one of the largest in Australia.”
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美术馆
“Right bang in Circular Quay, the MCA has always something interesting going on as well as a terrace bar view great views. ”
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Museum
“The Australian Museum is the oldest museum in Australia, with an international reputation in the fields of natural history and anthropology. ”
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美术馆
“Beautiful heritage building home to a beautiful collection of Australian works and regular exhibitions including the Archibald prize. Dine at Chiswick at The Gallery with stunning views over Woolloomooloo Bay and the East. ”
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美术馆
“Local Photography centre and has regular exhibitions. If you're in Sydney for a long period they do great photographic courses”
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历史博物馆

History Museum
“Covering the origins of the city, Museum of Sydney provides a mix of historical and contemporary exhibitions. ”
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Museum
“20 local hosts recommend   If you like to walk inside submarine and war ship, this is right place to go.”
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Museum
“A lover of history and a fan of the navy? The Australian National Maritime Museum is the ideal destination for the next museum visit! The museum’s fleet consists of legendary vessels including a replica of James Cook’s HMB Endeavour, an HMAS Vampire navy destroyer, a real-life HMAS Onslow submarine, a century-old unmanned lightship Carpentaria, and an authentic 19th-century tall ship, James Craig, dating back to 1874. Let us know prior to your stay if you'd like to book the entrance fee to experience all exhibitions and to board all vessels open on the day of visit for a discounted price. *Subject to availability”
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History Museum
“The World Heritage listed Hyde Park Barracks is one of the most significant convict sites in the world.”
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History Museum
“There's little indication of the remarkable contents of the Sydney Jewish Museum on the street side of its heavy Darlinghurst Road doors. But once you step through, the museum opens up to a world of insight and learning, all bundled up in an impressive design. "The museum has got a well-needed facelift and it's now a vibrant institution, much bigger inside than you ever imagine from outside," says the museum's development and marketing director, Charles Aronson. "It offers a lot more than the history of Jewish people, culture and the Holocaust. "Of course we look at the Holocaust, the biggest genocide in world history, and it's part of the curriculum in NSW schools, but it's not a question of making people feel sorry for the Jewish people who suffered. The idea of the museum is for it to be used as anti-racism education; it's used to show what happens with bullying. In schools, if they have problems with bullying they bring them here and show them what Hitler did, the ultimate case of bullying in the whole world." During six months of renovations the building's ground floor was equipped with state-of-the-art presentations looking at Sydney and Australian Jewish history (including paintings by Jewish Australian artists such as two-time Archibald winner Judy Cassab) and the first Jewish cemetery. "It was found under Central Station," says Aronson. "When the Jews came on the first fleet, and there were a few of them, they weren't religious people, but they wanted to be buried Jewish, so they established a cemetery. We have actually found one gravestone dating back to 1842." Another interesting feature is a mosaic weighing six tonnes, found, in all places, in the toilet of a house in Oatley. "That's nowhere near any part of Jewish Sydney. A guy was pulling up his bathroom floor and it was underneath. It was made by the Melocco brothers [one of whom designed both the altar and crypt floors for St Mary's Cathedral] but we haven't been able to trace more than that." But the centrepiece of the space is the enormous Star of David covering the floor just as you enter and made in Jerusalem stone - the shape reflected on the four mezzanine levels above. Set against a reproduction of George Street from the 1840s, the result is striking. Guided tours of the museum are at noon Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday, and are about 45 minutes in duration. You can also arrange group tours of two hours with two weeks notice, or make an individual booking for an alternative time. In most cases tours are conducted with Holocaust survivors.”
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Museum
“Step inside the dark side of Sydney's past with visit to the Water Police station and courts that once made up one of the city's busiest legal hubs. In a city that's grown out from the harbour, the waterfront has always hummed with adventure and misadventure. Schemes devised, tempers lost deals done, and not always on the right side of the law. Crooks and cops, thugs and judges, locals and drifters, the guilty and the innocent have all left their stories here, With its 1890's holding cells, offices, charge room and courts, the museum draws you into a world of crime, punishment and policing from bushrangers, sly grog and razor gangs to forensics. A vast archive of crime scene photography and mug shots reveal more than a century of underworld Sydney.”
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History Museum
“Entry is for free. I.D. required. Very interesting history. The building is still in use and is sometimes closed for functions. Please check the website for updates.”
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History Museum
“Gorgeous and very old museum. An extremely lovely place and well-liked among local travelers.”
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观景台

古迹/地标建筑
“The stairs at Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair in the Royal Botanic Gardens are long—there are more than 115 to scale—and there’s a lot of flat parkland at the bottom so you can alternate between bodyweight exercises and cardio up the stairs. Plus, it’s one of the most stunning open-air gyms anywhere—you’re exercising while overlooking the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. At lunchtime on weekdays—roughly from noon to 2 pm—this becomes the busiest set of stairs I have ever seen. Everyone runs here from the city to train. I recommend visiting in the morning or after work instead. It’s also relatively quiet on weekends.”
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观景台
“Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The base office for this is just up the road.”
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观景台
“Barangaroo Reserve is a six-hectare re-imagined Sydney Harbour headland that sits above a spectacular cultural space called the Cutaway. Named after Barangaroo, a Cammeraygal woman who was a powerful voice in the early days of colonial Sydney, the reserve is rich in Aboriginal and cultural history and remains an area of great significance for Australians across all cultures”
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Transportation
“Oldest inner city neighbourhood. Can access harbour bridge walk here. Australia hotel good pub, great Japanese at sate. Markets at weekend”
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观景台
“Get off the train at Milson’s Point Station and walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. On your way across the bridge, you can stop by and visit the Pylon Lookout.”
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“Every year for three weeks from late May till mid June,.Sydney is lit up for everyone to see. Wander the Rocks and Circular Quay, Darling Harbour or the Botanical Gardens. Great for families also...”
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古迹

Library
“Huge resources. Lovely little places to sit and study/work. Close to the Domain park.”
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酒店
“On Level 2 (or 3, or 4?) there is a great wine bar: enoy delicious nibblies and wine overlooking George Street and the city.”
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历史景点
历史景点

图书馆

Library
“Huge resources. Lovely little places to sit and study/work. Close to the Domain park.”
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Government Building
“Want to read the paper or find a good book and relax in peace then this is the place for you”
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Library
“This 1875 Victorian sandstone library has delicate floral detailing. Inside, look for the 1910 photo of the Chung Shan Society in traditional costume on Dixon St.”
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