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Opera Performance at the Sydney Opera House
"The 2016 and 2017 opera season promises to exceed all expectations as new stars join favorites from previous seasons to transport audiences to another world. Whether you’re an opera aficionado or just looking to add something special to your Sydney vacat a performance at the Sydney Opera House — a UNESCO World Heritage site — isn't any old night at the opera!Performances take place in the Opera Theatre. With seating for 1547 people the theater is the Sydney Opera House’s second-largest venue. All operas are performed in their original languages (mostly Italian); English subtitles are projected onto a screen above the stage.Bars inside the Sydney Opera House open one hour pr"""Spend an afternoon or evening at the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Sydney Opera House for an amazing performance by Opera Australia. This 2016 and 2017 season includes legendary operas by Mozart Puccini and Verdi
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Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour
"Your tour of the Sydney Opera House takes you behind the scenes of one of the world’s most iconic performance venues where more than 1500 concerts plays musicals and ballets are staged every year. Explore it with an insider guide who shares stories and fun facts about the opera house’s history performances and architecture throughout your 1-hour tour.Walk through the elegant foyers
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Seafood Buffet Lunch Cruise on Sydney Harbour
"Departing from Circular Quay or King Street Wharf around midday cruise aboard Sydney’s premier fleet — either the Sydney 2000 or John Cadman 2 both with million-dollar views and multiple cocktail decks.Settle comfortably in the casual dining room where expansive full length windows ensure superb viewing no matter where you are seated. Choose among the best available seats on the day or guarantee yourself a window seat depending on option selected. Then take pleasure in a mouthwatering buffet lunch featuring local seafood such as Sydney rock oysters or mussels ocean king prawns and fish — plus an abundance of non-seafood and vegetarian international hot and cold dishes salads
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Opera House

The Opera House is now the most famous landmark in Sydney, an eye-catching structure unlike any other that I have ever seen! This building has a history of its own, including the fact that it took 16...
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Bwana_Brown
Jun 01, 2003

Opera House in Sydney & Grt Ocean Rd at Melbourne

Obviously, the Opera House, the icon of Sydney, is the main attraction of the city. This beautifully and uniquely shaped building is the only one of its own in the world. Other attractions are...
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asitrav
Apr 19, 2003

More of the Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is a very beautiful and ever so unique building. It is a shame that I just saw it being vandalized by a bunch of punks that painted "NO WAR" on it's exterior. I am neither...
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Venturingnow
Mar 18, 2003

A walk through Sydney is a...

A walk through Sydney is a great way to see the sights and hear the sounds of this wonderful city. You can check out my travelogue on the main page if you want to see my detailed walk through Sydney,...
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Venturingnow
Mar 16, 2003

Tours of the Opera House

I'd definately suggest seeing the Opera House of course, go take a tour, I found it quite interesting. You will get the chance to tour the inside of the opera house, see the chambers in which...
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Venturingnow
Mar 16, 2003

The Opera House

If you are in Sydney for the first time, you have to go and see the Opera House. It would be like not going to the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Even if you are totally set against doing the standard tourist...
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bzh
Jan 24, 2003

Opera House

You should definatly try to see a gala or such like at the Sydney Opera House. I went and it was amazing. If you don't go in at least go see the building although it would be hard not to if you are...
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Brit_girl
Dec 24, 2002

Opera House

Sydney Opera House one of the world most famous landmark, is a 'Must See' during your tour to Sydney. Since its official opening by Queen Elizaberth II in year 1973, Sydney Opera House received...
beachboy
Nov 20, 2002

Sydney Opera House

the Opera House is one of the most recognisable sights of Sydney. Built in 1973 this building was designed by Danish architect Joern Utzon and contains a theatre, concert hall, bars, restaurants and...
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sunnywong
Nov 16, 2002

The Opera House

The Opera HouseIt cost the Australians so much that the least you can do is go and see it.Jokes aside, it is a very interesting construction under any angle. No wonder it is the symbol the world...
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Pierre_Rouss
Oct 20, 2002

Visit the Opera House

Visit the Opera HouseA wonderful building, with sensational design. I walked around and around and around in circles when I first saw it, the photographs simply don't do it justice. I know people who...
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cutestmidget
Sep 12, 2002

There is a lot more to the...

There is a lot more to the Opera House than opera. Once you've taken this famous building's photography, enjoy a guided tour and performance before visiting one of the restaurants or retail outlets....
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Sep 08, 2002
 
 
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Things to Do Near Sydney Opera House

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Circular Quay

Circular Quay is the main harbor of Sydney, from here ferries for the main spots of the city leave. It is also the area full of expensive Cafe and nice walk that takes you until the Opera house. Cause...
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Rock Discovery Museum

The Rocks Discovery Museum is a free attraction in the Rocks. The museum is an 1850's sandstone warehouse that was restored. Inside the museum are levels of artifacts and images that tell the story of...
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Cadman's Cottage

Totally overshadowed by Circular Quay, the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, it is little wonder that most visitors scarcely notice Cadman’s Cottage and those that do pay it scant regard, being...
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Justice & Police Museum

CIRCULAR QUAY Certainly a museum with a difference..located at the eastern end of the Circular Quay is the Police and Justice Museum..These lovely sandstone buildings were used to house the Sydney...
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The Rocks

Guys in green tshirts-i think- down by the harbor.........Very interesting and fun...its free (for a tip) and you can get some excellent local knowledge!! Just a walk around the Rocks with a lot of...
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Museum of Contemporary Art

This is supposed to be the most important museum for contemporary art in Asia Pacific. I cannot say if this true or not, but it definitely was a disillusion. I really hardly find something to stop at,...
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