The Sydney Opera House is located in the beautiful Sydney Harbor and features world-class performances of opera, ballet, classical and modern music, contemporary dance, drama, and much more. Opened in 1973, the Sydney Opera House hosts over 1,600 concerts a year, ranging from opera to comedy shows. Even public sails become a bright canvas for incredible digital lighting, such as Vivid Sydney, the world’s largest lighting, music and ideas festival, held in May and June. One of the vessels, with the work of the aboriginal artists on display, lights up at 7 pm, 8 pm, and 9 pm daily at sunset. Projections for 2021 include six first-rate female artists using works from NSW’s Art Gallery. You can walk around the Opera House forecast day and night, and be amazed at the unique building that uses seawater from the harbor to power both the cool building and the warmth. You can also enjoy interesting experiences and great ideas. At the Opera Bar, you can sip cocktails as you marvel at the Sydney Harbor Bridge.
The world’s largest steel arch bridge spans a scenic natural harbor. You will appreciate the Alfresco dining in the adjoining opera kitchen. Or you can reserve a table in Bennelong. You can choose from a variety of exciting dining options, including a pre-theater menu. With amazing views, Benellong’s Bar is the perfect place for an instant drink or a meal before and after a performance. The Sydney Opera House is located at Bennelong Point on the east side of Circular Road and adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens. There is a green sanctuary between the harbor water and the city center. The historic Rocks are located to the west. A public transport hub for ferries, trains, and buses can be used to reach this place.