b. Sydney Circular QuaySydney Pt. Jackson. Cruise ship at Sydney's Overseas Shipping Terminal. Circular Quay is at the foot of the central business district and the older, historic end of the city. Buses depart here for Bondi and the eastern suburbs.
c. Sydney Opera House and City from North SydneySydney Opera House and City from North Sydney. At sunrise after a very heavy fog looking from Milsons Point to the city. The Sydney Opera House demonstrates how buildings can add to our environmental experiences rather than detracting from them. It is both timeless and ageless.
e. Sydney - Sydney and the Tall Ship BountySydney and the Tall Ship Bounty.Sydney sunset with the replica Tall Ship Bounty and the harbour. The original Bounty in 1787 was a small three masted vessel. The whole area between decks was removed and converted into a greenhouse to house the 1,000 breadfruit plants to be transported from Tahiti to the West Indies. The hull was sheathed in copper to guard against marine worm. The refitting was completed in late 1787
f. Sydney - NightscapeSydney - Nightscape. Early evening photographed from Milsons Point across the harbour to Sydney.
h. Sydney from KirribilliSydney from Kirribilli. Circular Quay. On the southern side of Circular Quay is a walkway that leads to the Sydney Opera House and Royal Botanical Gardens; while on the northern side, a short walk along lovely landscaped walkways takes you to the Harbour Bridge and The Rocks one of the oldest, most attractive and most interesting parts of Sydney.
k. Australia Day, Sydney HarbourAustralia Day in Sydney Harbour 2010. During the last weekend in January, Australians enjoy folk dances and music of the many national groups that make up their land. These musicians and dancers appear in the oldest part of Sydney (called The Rocks) near the harbor where the first Europeans landed. Captain Arthur Phillip's landing in the harbor is reenacted each year.