The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most well known and photographed landmarks. It is the world's largest (but not the longest) steel arch bridge with the top of the bridge standing 134 metres above the harbour.
Fondly known by the locals as the 'Coathanger', the Sydney Harbour Bridge celebrated its 70th birthday in 2002, with its official opening in March 1932.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge in all its night-time glory!
The Sydney Harbour Bridge in all its night-time glory II!
The face of Lunar Park looks over the Sydney Harbour like a centennal!
Cockle Bay, adjoining Sydney Harbour is a picturesque place, especially at night,
when cruise boats come and go with their passengers. This is one of them preparing
to berth and unload passengers after an evening of entertainment & food
The Boardwalk of Cockle Bay. On the right are Bars and Restaurants and on the left are the wharves. In the distance you can make out the Sydney Ballroom, a pleasure cruise ship moored.
Harbour Ballroom...A floating entertainment venue that seats more than 300 guests
whilst sailing around Sydney Harbour
Sydney Opera House - Front View
Sydney Opera House with City Background
Sydney Harbour with Bridge and Opera House looking around to Circular Quay
Sydney Harbour with the Opera House and ferries leaving
It's amazing the different colours of the harbour on different days!
International Passenger Terminal & Sydney Harbour Bridge
The City of Sydney looks small and compact from Cremorne Point
Fort Denison, a Martello Tower was built to defend Sydney against a possible attack by Russian warships, which never eventuated. Built from 8,000 tonnes of sandstone quarried near Kurraba Point,
Neutral Bay, it was named after Sir William Denison, then Governor of New South Wales. By the time the fort was completed, it was redundant.