Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a massive steel arc across Sydney Harbour. It is a single arch bridge that connects the center of Sydney to North Sydney on the other side of the harbor. Nicknamed "The Old Coat Hanger" because of its appearance, the bridge has supported the development of Sydney since its opening in 1932. The Bridge Walk, which allows visitors to experience the splendor of the Harbor Bridge, now a symbol of Sydney, is a popular tourist attraction.
Sydney is the largest city in Australia. A port city located on the southeastern coast of the continent, it is a bustling center of economy, culture, and tourism. In addition to the Opera House, the symbol of the city that faces Sydney Harbor, the world's most beautiful city is full of fascinating buildings and spectacular views along the harbor that make it a must-visit destination. Zoos and botanical gardens that allow visitors to experience Australia's natural environment are also popular.