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Cruising Along Sydney Harbour Photos

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Sydney Harbour

is a must see attraction here in Sydney. In one fine day, where the sky is so generous to share it’s blueness and the sun rays reflect on the crisp water of Sydney Harbour, is perfect day to catch a Sydney Ferry at Circular Quay or Darling Harbour for an awesome trip. Here are some photos that we took doing this short ferry trip at Sydney Harbour:

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The towering Sydney Harbour Bridge

that connect Sydney CBD and North Sydney is unmissable! Get a glimpse of people doing the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb. If you want to do this, Click this link “Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb” to book.
Sydney Harbour Cruise Ship
The Sydney Harbour is a major stop over for International Cruise lines. Sydney Harbour hosts an international ferry terminal where thousands of tourists visiting Sydney

Sydney Harbour Cruise ship photo
This massive Cruise Ship dwarfs The Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Sydney Harbour Luna Park Rides

Sydney Luna Park

is amusement park at Milsons Point. You can catch a ferry and it stops right in front of its iconic welcome arch that have been preserved for many years. They offer rides and shows which is like that of a smaller version of famous Disneyland Parks.
Sydney Harbour Luna Park

The beautiful gate of Luna Park Sydney

Sydney Harbour Luna Park Entrance Gate

Sydney Harbour Cruising photo

Sydney Harbour Cruising

Barangaroo Park at Sydney Harbour

Sydney Harbour Barangaroo

Towering Buildings at Sydney CBD

Sydney Harbour Skyline photo

Sydney CBD Skyline

Sydney Harbour Skyline

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