Chatswood Inn

34 Fullers Road, Sydney, 2067, Australia
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Forum Posts

About what time will Sydney be completely dark in May?

by asas2007

I checked that the sunset time is about 5:00 pm in Sydney.
Does it mean that it'll be almost dark at around at about 6:00 pm?

I wanna take fotos of sunset. So I suppose I gotta go earlier...

Re: About what time will Sydney be completely dark in May?

by sufr54

I would think you would want to be to your location before the sun starts to set.

Across from the Opera House, on the bay at the Rocks, is a great place for a reflective picture of the Opera House and the bay.

Re: About what time will Sydney be completely dark in May?

by asas2007

Ya, I think I'd be at the location before 5:00 pm.
I just noticed the early sunset time yesterday,
as earlier I've planned the places to go, that means I may have to shift the activities earlier, otherwise, it'll be dark.

by the way, wot could I do at nights?

Travel Tips for Sydney

Take the evening 'haunted...

by zanzan

Take the evening 'haunted sites' walking tour around The Rocks and the Harbour bridge. I guess the reason why I like Sydney so much is because it is almost exactly like San Diego. Same weather, similar geography and nightlife, etc.

My own personal best memories of Sydney involve the time I spent singing with the Sydney Harmony Chorus, the 90-man barbershop chorus in Sydney.

Aboriginal Cave Drawings

by unravelau

I am sure that there are more around Sydney but the only ones that I have seen are those highlighted at Taronga Park if your time in Sydney is limited, I can recommend a trip over the harbour on the ferry and to the Zoo. If you go to the top and work your way down these drawings may be found in the Australian section that starts immediately from the left hand side when you come through the turnstyles. PS it is a good idea to pick up one of their maps from the kiosk just to your right when you go in. I can remember singing in the School's choir every year and performing on the Sydney Town Hall with representatives from all of the other schools. Must be a sign of age, or is it that the long term memory rushes up to take the short term memory's place? Ha Ha.

Darling Harbour II

by iandsmith

What you now have is an Entertainment Centre, Sydney Aquarium, Star City Casino, IMAX Theatre (pic 4), Powerhouse Museum, 5 star accommodation - and that's just to name a few!
There are also pleasant things like the Japanese Gardens and lots of fountains. Needless to say shopping, especially for souvenirs, is another activity many people undertake. By day or night, this is well worth a look. The Maritime Museum has features other than the Endeavour. You can climb aboard HMAS Onslow, a submarine, if you so choose. There's also a frigate and assorted smaller craft as well as a lighthouse as you can clearly see in picture 5.
The eastern side now has a modern architectural front (pic 3) with things jutting out everywhere so your eye is continally pondering unusual shapes.

discovery of australia as we know it!

by willy_wonka

it was good old captain cook that discovered the sydney area in 1788. he landed in botany bay at a spot called la perouse, and proclaimed australia as a british colony. little did they know that the dutch discovered it like 200 years earlier on the west coast, but they were too bloody slow to stake their claim!

the statue of captain cook can be found in hyde park. you can also go to botany bay and see some of the early convict history there.

Socceroos game

by oznztofro

The socceroos play at least 1 game of Football in Sydney every year.

It is either held at Anz Stadium (In olympic park) or the SFS in Moore Park

Tickets rage from back rom seats for about $28 to green & gold arm seats for $125 behind the net

Or you can be a brave person & sit in the visiting countries suporters section for only $50

Its a good game & we all go home happy no matter what happens If you want a momentom from attending a Socceroosgame. i say Buy an official socceroos scarf for only $30


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