Sydney Darling Harbour

     If you are planing to spend outside some quality time with your friends and Family, then you should visit Sydney Darling Harbour..

   In 1988 during Australia's Bicentennial Celebrations, Darling Harbour was formally opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

     Located minutes from Sydney CBD it has become a very common and popular attraction for many tourists, Sydney locals and anyone who comes to visit Sydney today from other parts of this great Australian Nation.

   Within 5 minutes walk from Chinatown and about 10 minutes walk from Paddy's Markets Darling Harbour has almost everything you would want to find here.

    It is a home to a number of major public facilities and attractions with shopping of over 120 retail outlets at Harbourside.

  When it comes to Food & Wine - you will find that Darling Harbour has more than 50 restaurants and cafes and all are waiting for you to choose and explore some of the delicious and exotic cuisine.

     Besides great shopping facilities there is also Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and an Australian National Maritime Museum minutes walk from Darling harbour.
 

     Here at Darling Harbour you will find a massive children's playground with water fountains, swings and many other exciting activities created and designed just for kids enjoy. 

    You will also find LG IMAX theater right in the heart of Darling Harbour. It is highly recommended and not to be missed as IMAX theater offers to you the ultimate movie experience as the world's largest cinema screen.

    Today Darling Harbour has become one many favourite destinations for many Australians and for many visitors to enjoy a day out with friends and Family.

Darling Harbour Attractions:


Sydney Entertainment Centre


Paddy's Market


Chinese Gardens


Tumbalong Park


Convention and Exhibition Centre


Australian National Maritime Museum


The Star City Casino


The Powerhouse Museum


Sea Life Sydney Aquarium


IMAX theatre - the Largest in the world


Sydney Wildlife World


Aboriginal Centre