The Sydney Bridge Opera House is a symbol of Australia, with its unique sail shape and the Sydney Harbour Bridge as a backdrop to the surrounding landscape. Thousands of new people come to photograph the building every year.
Australia’s oldest lighthouse, Australia’s first neo-classical lighthouse, is still a guiding light for incoming ships. This blue and white lighthouse is intertwined with blue sky, white clouds, silver beaches, waves and mountains. It is extremely beautiful and spectacular.
The rocks are the beginning of Sydney’s history. It is now home to some of Sydney’s most famous art attractions, as well as some of Sydney’s oldest bars. This historic area also has a lively weekend market that attracts tourists and locals alike. There are many historic buildings in this area, such as the Cardman Lodge, the Sydney Observatory and the first fortification site in New South Wales – Dows Point.