Hyde Park Sydney - Things to Know Before Visiting
Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
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About Hyde Park Sydney
It contains well-kept gardens and approximately 580 trees; a mixture of figs, conifers, palms, and other varieties. It is famed for its magnificent fig tree lined avenues. It is the oldest public parkland in Australia.
Attractions Near Hyde Park Sydney
St Mary's has the greatest length of any church in Australia. Despite the high-rise development of the central business district, the cathedral's imposing structure and twin spires make it a landmark from every direction.
Sydney's tallest structure offering a 360-degree birds-eye view of the iconic landmarks of the city.
A heritage-listed, major botanical garden, event venue, and public recreation area. The gardens is the oldest scientific institution in Australia and one of the most important historic botanical institutions in the world.
One of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings. Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts center at Sydney Harbour.
Heritage-Listed steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district (CBD) and the North Shore. The view of the bridge, the harbor, and the nearby Sydney Opera House is regarded as an iconic image of Sydney, and of Australia itself.
A heritage-listed amusement park. Luna Park is one of two amusement parks in the world that are protected by government legislation and it is a filming location for several movies and television shows.
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Located at the northern end of Hyde Park, between Elizabeth street (St James station entrance) and the famous Archibald Fountain, Nagoya Gardens isn't hard to miss, especially due to the presence of a giant chess set. However, the signage of the garden is hidden inside so passers-by might not realise it's called Nagoya Garden. A giant chess set and a chess board was installed near the garden under a big fig tree for the public to play. I've seen lunch crowd on weekdays where office workers take respite in the park by playing a game or two. At times people would swing by to make a move and leave the next move to another person who stop by. The chess set also attracts some elderly men to make their moves and some were seen deep in thought, strategising their next move.