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Chinese Garden of Friendship

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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 7th 2012


The Chinese Garden of Friendship (otherwise known as the Chinese Gardens) in Sydney's Darling Harbour, is much loved by Sydneysiders and within good reason as well.

It is simple, classic and elegant and definitely portrays the Asian theme well. Many couples have even arranged to get married in this oasis.



It does not take long to navigate your way around the gardens, yet it is a great little sanctuary to allow people to take a break from the city while still in the city. Expect a sea of tropical goldfish, waterfalls and an abundance of nature as you navigate your way around the circuit, and then you find yourself at a cafe.

The Chinese Gardens is great to come to once in a while, and is highly recommended for visitors to Sydney who might appreciate it slightly more than the locals would. However, if you live in Sydney you will still appreciate. This is not a a garden you will want to come to too frequently, otherwise the experience will start to get really boring as opposed to refreshing.

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Why? Take a break from the city while still in the city
When: Anytime
Where: Cnr Harbour St &, Pier St, Darling Harbour NSW 2000
Cost: $6 per adult, $3 per child
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