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Opera House
Australia

The iconic Sydney Opera House is a perfect place to visit while in Sydney. On a warm and sunny summers day, the forecourt of the Opera House overlooks the harbour as well as providing views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and Circular Quay. Across the harbour is Kirribilli and the North Shore. The harbour is full of boats and the ever popular Sydney Ferries.

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Tags: opera house; sydney; nsw; harbour; port jackson; circular quay
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