Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Sydney Opera House - Tourist attraction in Australia

Opera House in Sydney Australia is one of the "UNESCO world Heritage site". It is an arts centre situated in "Bennelong Point" in Sydney. It was built by the architect Jorn Utzon. It is one of the "top travel destinations". The building covers about 4.5 acres and 588 concrete piers were sunk up to 25 metres below sea level. The power supply there is equivalent to that needed for a town of 25,000 people .
It is close to Sydney harbour bridge. There are guides who speak different languages and take you through the Opera house. It was opened by Queen Elizabeth II. Apart from the opera theatre the Opera House has different venues. They are the
  • Drama Theatre
  • Playhouse
  • Studio
  • Utzon Room
  • Forecourt
  • Concert Hall
Venues at the Sydney Opera House are also used for conferences, ceremonies, and social functions. It also has restaurants, shops , recording studio and guided tours.

To know more about shopping in Opera house visit Shopping in Opera. For transport facilities visit Sydney Opera House Pubic Transport. To buy tickets and and events in Sydney Opera House visit Buy Tickets. You can also hire Opera House official photographers to take photos so that your trip will be an unforgettable one.

The opera house in Sydney has over 1,000 rooms, and is truly a marvel in architectural design and engineering. You will definitely be driven by the beauty of Sydney Opera House

1 comment:

  1. Excellent picture of opera house, Sydney. Thank you for giving such a wonderful description regarding it.

    Great post..