The University of Sydney founded in 1851, is one of the Australia’s colloquially known “sandstone” universities. The main campus has been considered in the top 10 of the world’s most beautiful universities. Others include Oxford and Cambridge.
Located at the end of the (“Government”) Domain and at the far end of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs Macquarie’s chair is not really a chair but more like a carved sandstone bench seat.
The view from from Mrs Macquarie’s Chair is spectacular should not be missed.
Tucked away just off Queen Street Woollahra this is a wonderful bookshop to browse and shop.
A beautifully designed 50m outdoor pool behind Central Station that is ideal for lap swimming or recreation.
Not to be missed is the opportunity to sit at the Opera Bar for a cocktail or drink as the sun goes down and Sydney’s nightlife emerges.
You are sitting at the forecourt of the Opera House and gazing out across the harbour to the Bridge.