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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
For the Hens night we did a ABBA Cruise and the group was outstanding. The harbour is beautiful by day but exciting by night, well worth a dinner cruise at least.
Darling harbour has a lot to offer with the Aquarium, our Madam Toussards where...More
I left a review a few years ago that was probably a little too critical. I focused on the touristy things which is true. However, there are also a ton of restaurants and it is on the water which is never a bad thing. It...More
I had read that Darling Harbour was designed to be a tourist spot and it certainly is. Despite this, it is worth a visit. The nightlife here is crazy and the bars and restaurants are bustling. We did try happy hour here as well as...More
A lovely area to visit with lots of restaurants and cafes (Halal options available). The conference center and Chinese friendship garden are all in the vicinity. There’s a playground for children. This area gives you access to Paddy’s market and China Town.
Lovely harbour with lots of restaurants and bars, excellent firework display on Saturdays 9pm running up to Christmas. Beware that some bars on a night time need proof of I'd and it not due to age it's standard requirement what ever your age is. Local...More
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.