Category Archives: Sydney Landmarks

It was on this day 200 years ago, 3 January 1813, that Bennelong died. Bennelong was born around 1764 and belonged to the Wangal clan of the Darug language group of Aboriginals, commonly referred to as the Eora people, the Aboriginal people of the Sydney area. The Wangal were the traditional custodians of the south side...
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Sydney Harbour is just a dream for any photographer. And I am a keen hobby photographer. All photos on this website have been taken by myself - with the exception of the historic images and this beautiful shot of last night's fireworks display on the Harbour, which was taken by Richard Hirst from Read more
After 14 years of construction the Sydney Opera House was formally opened by Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, on 20 October 1973. The ceremony included a performance of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, as well as a fireworks display. The Danish architect, Jørn Utzon, was neither invited nor even mentioned at all, due to an earlier falling...
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Welcome to my amazing Sydney Walking Tours, where you will discover an incredibly fascinating city, surrounded by the most beautiful harbour in the world - Sydney Harbour. Travel back in time with me and learn about the history of a fledgling colony, aspiring nation and vibrant metropolis. Visit the famous landmarks. Discover the hidden gems. Find...
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