Sydney is a gem during the day and during the night alike. There is so much to see and do both during the day and the night. There are lots of interesting places to see at night in and around the Sydney CDB, and all are within easy traveling distance from one another. From Centerpoint Tower you can see all of Sydney & inner suburbs. Sydney’s Centerpoint tower is a great place to start the evening with a meal in its revolving restaurant that has gives the visitor a spectacular look over the city and harbor from all angles. You can also take a drink as you take in this great view all in from one of the bars.

A few yards away is Circular Quay with the famous Sydney Opera House on one side and the Sydney harbour Bridge on the other. You can get here just by walking form the Centerpoint. Across the harbour are the bright lights of Lunar Park where those looking for an adrenalin rush can try some of the rides.

Sydney Observatory is Australia’s oldest observatory and the perfect place for visitors from the northern hemisphere to view the southern skies. This wonderful spectacle was built in 1858. Tourists are able to experience a virtual reality 3-D space theatre and nightly viewings through telescopes of the moon, the planets and some of features of the southern sky. If you have children there are activities to keep them busy as well.

Circular Quay is the Rock area which is the old part of Sydney town with cobbled stone lanes and plenty of pubs and restaurants, is also in the hood. A short walk up from the Rocks brings you to the Sydney Observatory at Watson Road, Observatory Hill the Rocks.

After visiting the observatory and experiencing the Circular quay where you can catch a Sydney ferry around to Darling Harbor. The ferry trip alone is an experience by itself. Arriving at Darling harbor there is an array of activities there to choose from that include more restaurants, more bars, cinemas, Imax Theatre, convention centers and a monorail to take you all around the harbor site.

One little know attraction at night is Sydney’s Centennial Park where Rangers take night tours of the park showing visitors this unique place and the nocturnal animals that can be found there and you get to see them properly. The Centennial Park is very close to Paddington and Oxford Street where there is an array of night clubs and up-market pubs where you can stop by for a drink or two.

Just down the road from Paddington is Moore Park where there are two major sporting stadiums for the sporting fans, The Sydney Cricket Ground and Aussie stadium that host Rugby league and soccer. And right next to the stadiums is the Entertainment Quarter that backs on to Fox Studios and is a popular place for more restaurants, bars and cinemas.

Star City in the Darling Harbour is a place for those folks that are feeling lucky. It offers the choice of 1500 slot machines and 200 gaming tables offering everything from blackjack, roulette and craps to big wheel and pontoon. Other than gambling, Star City offers entertainment at the Lyric and Showroom Theatres, bars and restaurants, hotels and apartments, banqueting and conferencing.

The nightlife in Sydney compares to none other. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss.




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