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Chinese Garden of Friendship

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by Ashleigh Meikle (subscribe)
Writer, student, traveller.
Published May 3rd 2012
[ADVERT]In the midst of the hub bub of Darling Harbour's cafes, museums, ferries, aquarium and zoo, and shopping, lies the Chinese Garden of Friendship. Tucked away behind Oriental-esque walls, it is a place of tranquillity and peace. Once behind the high walls, the only sound is the trickling of the water fall, flowing through the garden placidly.

In the middle of the quiet and contemplative garden, in the centre of Lake of Brightness, Dragon Rock sits regally and proudly, his head towards the sky, breathing warmth and luck over the garden. . He is joined by his friends the Unicorn, the Phoenix and the Tortoise.

The Dragon Wall, near the entrance, greets visitors kindly and brightly. .

The Chinese Garden of Friendship are a delightful place to visit on a weekend. You can spend as long as you like there for only $6 for an adult or $3 for a child or concession - a very affordable, very enjoyable place for all, on a nice sunny day to get the full peaceful experience.
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Where: 28 Harbour Street, Sydney NSW 2000
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Ashleigh, I've been to the Chinese Garden for a few times. It is nice and I love the tea house.
by Wendy (score: 2|882) 2939 days ago
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