Annandale in Australia, from South Pacific region, is best know for Bodies of Water. Discover best things to do in Annandale with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Annandale
5 based on 18 reviews
Secluded Beaches, quiet coves and soaring headlands predominate this harbor, which is considered one of the world's most beautiful.
Sydney Harbour and the Circular Quay are a must for all travelers to experience, fun restaurants, shops. beautiful scenery, plenty of activity
5 based on 39 reviews
Photography classes and photo tours for beginners and intermediate photographers at Parramatta, Sydney Harbour and Leichhardt.We also offer workshops in Melbourne & Canberra. Half day or full day classes at scenic locations to enjoy learning and taking better photos. Ideal for people who want to get the best use of their camera, enjoy the outdoors and take better photos.Our sunset classes are also great for tourists who want to capture postcard images of their time in Australia.Classes are small to allow easy interaction and the trainer provides handout notes.Please also join us on Facebook to learn and review other students photos.
From meeting in a great little pub and going over the settings of the camera to walking around to local attractions and great views this tour was well worth it. Terry took us to some great sites for Vivid and taught us about long exposures...MoreHi Louise, you guys had the best night weather wise and some awesome photos captured, well done! Happy we avoided the crowds and thanks for your kind words. Hope to see you on our Blue Mountains or South Coast experience too. Terry
4.5 based on 18 reviews
One of the most iconic buildings in the world – the Sydney Opera House is an architectural masterpiece and vibrant performance space. It's a place where the past shapes the future, where conventions are challenged and cultures are celebrated. Step inside and discover the stories that make the Opera House so inspiring. Whether you’re a local or a tourist, a first-timer or an aficionado, the Sydney Opera House has something for everyone.
The must see attraction of Sydney, unique architecture.
Interesting to know the struggle for completion and budget issues.
Stunning views from Ferries, harbor bridge and botanic garden towards this iconic building.
Evening opera is nicely lighted but less stunning as expected, lot’s activity towards the bar restaurants towards the ferry area (circular quay)
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Spanning the city center to the North Shore, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is a wide steel arch bridge known for its beauty as well as function, providing a crossing for cars, trains, bikes and pedestrians. While the more daring can do the BridgeClimb to the top of the structure, opened to traffic in 1932, anyone can enjoy a walk for free.
If you are in Sydney then it just has to be seen - it's a must. A magnificent sight crossing a magnificent harbour - and it dominates the harbour because you can see it from some many different vantage points. Its a great piece of engineering and transformed Sydney when it was opened in the 1930s.
And see it differently when you are on the harbour itself on a boat.
We were so thrilled to be able to see it and I am sure that it will bring special memories back when we see it on the tv news each New Year when they have their fireworks display.
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Sydney Ferries is a public transport agency, providing ferry services on Sydney Harbour and the Parramatta River in Sydney, Australia.Having operated on Sydney Harbour and its related waterways since 1875, today Sydney Ferries carry over 14 million customers each year to destinations in and around Sydney.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Scenic entertainment complex that features shops, restaurants, museums and other tourist attractions.
Darling Harbour is a must see just for the sheer number of first rate restaurants lining it. This is a hub of activity as offices and business district is nearby. We took a ferry here and wished we had gone for an evening.
5 based on 146 reviews
Barque James Craig is rightly famous around the world. She is Sydney’s only 19th Century square rigger (or Tall Ship) and her incredible restoration to full sailing condition was recognised in 2003 by the World Ship Trust’s award of their prestigious Maritime Medal. Her restoration cost almost $A30 million and took nearly 40 years to complete after she was rescued from Recherche Bay in far southern Tasmania. This beautiful ship regularly goes to sea with up to 80 passengers and is open for public inspection at her berth at Wharf 7, 58 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont. She is also available for charter and for functions. Tall Ship James Craig is looked after by Sydney Heritage Fleet, a community-based non-profit organisation, with the following mission: To build and maintain an internationally recognised centre of excellence in maritime heritage for the benefit of all Australians by presenting through research, acquisition, conservation, restoration, education and operation, our continuing maritime history. The Fleet is funded through donations, membership subscriptions and income from vessel charters and tours. The Fleet’s 1200 strong membership and 450 dedicated volunteer workers restore, operate and maintain the fleet of vintage vessels. In the process they preserve traditional technical methods and skills.
Booked 9 months ago to go on the James Craig whilst visiting Sydney after Reading previous reviews and wow what an evening, Our best New years eve ever. Got on board to be greeted by the crew and given a drink which flowed all night, crew kept coming round with canapes. Then after the 9pm fireworks and taking part in the light parade, a full buffet was served downstairs. The excellent band played all evening up on deck. Plenty of room on the ship and then to be moored so close to the bridge for the fireworks was a dream. Would love to be able to experience this all again.
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