From up on Potts Point, certain parts provide great views into the setting sun in the west behind the cityscape.
Two famous objects of Sydney in one pictureThe Sydney Opera House and The Sydney Harbour Bridge.
This photo was taken when I was on the way to Taronga Zoo. It was a pleasant ride, it took us about 15 minutes to reach the other side. Sit down, relax and enjoy the view of the city.
helicopter flight over sydney beaches and harbour.
an arial view over one of the best cities in the world
DARLING HARBOUR AND SKYLINE OF SYDNEY
Evening strolls along the darling harbour area under the stars is wonderful. The skyline of Sydney is breath-taking.
In the central part of Sydney there are spectacular views any way you turn. This is a view back to the 'inner harbour' from the promenade leading to Bennelog Point and the Sydney Opera House.
One last glimpse at Sydney's lovely DOWNTOWN area before moving on to the next subject.....
Sydney has many beautiful urban spots, busy streets, nice recreation parks and places, many many bars, restaurants, shops, markets... the olympic games also left some modern nice places.
The best way´s to see sydney´s skyline is from a sailingship.
we booked a sailingboat wíth skipper and had the most spectacular few.
Go up the Sydney (AMP) Tower as one of the first things you do. That wil give you a good view of the city and you won't feel so lost when you walk the city streets.