The famous bridge opened in 1932 and offers great views from both the ground and the top.
If you are not brave enough to climb it to his top, lookouts and pedestrian paths are present along the way
This statue is situated in the city center, close to Town Hall.
It is a very common meeting point for all “Sydneysiders”, the inhabitants of Sydney.
I do remember visiting the North Shore during one of my first nights here in Sydney, taking the train across the bridge.
This shot is the result of that trip.
The Sydney Heads (also simply known as The Heads) form the entrance to Sydney Harbour in Sydney.
On the right of this picture we have the Ocean, on the left Sydney Harbour.
The Hornby Lighthouse, located on South Head, is Australia’s third-oldest lighthouse.
This spectacular sunset showed up out of the blue while I was walking around Watsons Bay.
Sometimes in Australia you can have magnificent and unexpected views like this one.
The moon acts like a torch lighting the Opera House up
CBD ( Central Business District ) is the financial heart of Sydney.
This picture is taken from the pedestrian zone adjacent the Opera House.
Manly offers plenty of scenic walks along the shorelines.
North and South Heads divide Sydney Harbour from the Tasman Sea.
Manly is a quiet and relaxed town 30 minutes from Sydney.
A ferry ride to Manly will cover all the Sydney Harbour offering magnificent sceneries.
This tiny Sydney beach is famous for surf.
Her “tows” and “rips” are known for being among the most dangerous on the East coast of the Australian continent.
Bronte Beach on a cold April day
Colorful sky painted in red during sunset
The harbour-facing part of Sydney shot from the Harbour Bridge pedestrian path.
Moonlight and a quiet, silent night are the frame of the picture.