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Published July 11th 2013
I have lived in Sydney most of my life and have always enjoyed seeing the Harbour Bridge, but it wasn't until I went on a cruise to New Zealand, that I had an opportunity to compare our Harbour to other ports. It was then that I realised how stunning Sydney Harbour and the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge really is.
Admittedly, I have since then looked at the Bridge with a fresh pair of eyes. The truth is, no matter where you look at it from, it is an unbelievable structure, which is recognised around the world and rightfully so.
There are so many great places you can see the Sydney Harbour Bridge from. Which is your favourite?
Walk or drive across the bridge Address: Burton Street, Milsons Point To walk across Sydney Harbour Bridge, park your car at Milsons Point and access the walkway via a flight of stairs located on the east side at Burton Street, Milsons Point.
Sydney Botanic Gardens
Address: Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney
The bridge makes a lovely backdrop to the stunning gardens and walkways. Grab a coffee and enjoy a quiet morning with a book or a lovely stroll.
Blues Point Reserve
Address: Blues Point Road, McMahons Point
Lots of green spaces and a small playground for children to play. Ideal to enjoy a quiet coffee with the Harbour Bridge as the main feature of the picturesque view.
Address: Clovelly Street, Watsons Bay
Beautiful park with a large enclosed playground and lots of open spaces. In summer, enjoy a swim and then grab some fish and chips at the well-known Doyles restaurant or take away shop.