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Sydney
NSW overview

Introduction

1. The City
2. Circular Quay
3. Sydney Harbour
4. Harbour Bridge
5. Opera House
6. The Rocks
7. Chinatown
8. Darling Harbour
9. Beaches

10. NORTH
11. EAST

12. Shopping

13.
Olympics

CHINATOWN


At the entrance to Chinatown

CHINESE GARDEN

Chinese temple inside the Gardens

Pier Street, Darling Harbour.

The Chinese Garden of Friendship, a gift from Guangdong Province in 1988 to celebrate Sydney's Bi-Centenary.
Watching the fish

The largest garden of its type outside China, provides brooks, lily ponds, weeping willows, Chinese temples and a traditional teahouse. Design follows principles of garden design dating back to 5th Century.

Admission charges.

Open 9.30am-5pm daily
Tel. 9281 6863

DIXON STREET
At the entrance to Chinatown

The centre of Chinatown, with a mixture of Chinese, Vietnamese, Thai, Korean and Japanese restaurants and shops.

Chinatown also includes nearby Sussex and Goulburn Streets.


PADDY'S MARKET

An entrance to Paddys Market

Cnr Hay and Thomas Streets, Haymarket

Located on southern edge of Darling Harbour.
Over 1,000 stalls selling the vast range of merchandise.
Clothes, cosmetics, CDs, food.

Open 9am-4.30pm,
Open Thursday to Sunday.
Ph. 1300 361 589    ...more info

MARKET CITY
Market City

Cnr Hay and Thomas Streets, Haymarket.

Located above Paddy's Markets. With shopping, restaurant and cinema complex.
Tel. 9319 2374


And now on to: Darling Harbour »     


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