Sydney Harbour, Sydney
Favorite thing: The synonymous Sydney view - the Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House as seen from the Botanic Gardens.
Visit this harbor. I heard this is this place where Capitan Cook landed on Australia. This was the first touched place in Australia by Capitan Cook.
Fondest memory: You will have a nice view about Sydney.
This was the view she saw, but it was almost 200 years ago then. What she was looking at? Well, I have a idea..., and you?
Favorite thing: Get a transportation pass and ride the extensive ferry system. They go by all the interesting sites and are very relaxing. The jetcats are pretty fast, but I liked the open decks on the slower boats.
Go to Circular Quay, buy an inner harbour ferry ticket and go around the whole way. Do this at least twice, dawn and dusk.
Fondest memory: The Harbour followed very closely by sea breezes.
Favorite thing: Enter Sydney by ship. There's nothing like sailing under the Harbour Bridge. It was a really tight fit.
Favorite thing: You should take a harbour cruise. It doesn't matter whether it's a formal cruise or a ferry ride. Ferries from Circular Quay to Darling Harbour or Parramatta pass under Harbour Bridge.
Fondest memory: Had a great party here on millenium eve in an apartment overlooking the harbour so we got to see the fireworks. This is a view from the window.