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All reviews maritime museum imax cinema hard rock cafe ferris wheel every saturday lots of restaurants sydney aquarium chinese garden madame tussauds street performers sea life watch the world other attractions great place to visit walk around opera house fireworks
Spent a couple of hours here on a Saturday night watching the world pass by whilst indulging in a icecream...very lively with livev music... Venues and dancing..shops were closed but look nice.. fantastic views
Splendid spot to spend a couple of hours. Nice boardwalk with plenty of restaurants and shops. Very practical pedestrian bridge.
Super views of the Harbour.
Fireworks on Saturday evening. Madame Tussauds and Aquarium ... we loved it, what are you waiting for ?
Darling Harbour is a multi-faceted precinct with shops, hotels, restaurants and there is a Ferry’s Wheel which is now becoming a common feature in many tourist locations.
There are some good spots to take photographs here but if one is restricted on time Circular Quay...More
We visited Darling Harbour several times. One evening for the fireworks where we watch a fantastic display. It is very busy but good fun. We also ate at a couple of the restaurants here where the food was good but on the expensive side.
So much to see and do here. Well worth a visit if you have the time. Quite to walk from Darling Square through the kids playground and across the bridge. Lots of places to choose to eat and drink at, just sit and relax and...More
Might be biased but as a first timer, we really appreciate the beauty of The Opera House that we came back at night to see more of it's charm. It's really a good place to visit once you come to Sydney. Lots of fòod, various...More
Upon recently revisiting Darling Harbour I was aware of the fabulous children's play activities. This is an urban playground that is unmatched and right next door to the CBD. An exceptional place to visit for shopping, wandering, entertainment and dining. Great accommodation also.
Response from WinnipegMaggie | Reviewed this property |
I agree with first response, you can walk (30-40) min but take the ferry for the best views of the bridge. The bridge is adjacent to central Quay, darling harbour is further inland and bridge is not visible from there.