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Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and is located right in the heart of the Sydney CBD.

It represents the epitome of the country’s creative endeavours and is a remarkable feat of engineering.

Sydney Opera House Tickets, Events, Shows, Facts, Location & Seating Map

The building’s construction was completed in 1973 and has since attracted millions of visitors who not only enjoy performances within, but also marvel at its grand structure. The design features a towering white roof whose shape is inspired by shells set on top of a granite platform. This sharp contrast creates a magnificent design that has been declared one of the most amazing works of architecture in the 20th century.

A national symbol and cultural centre, the Sydney Opera House is famous location for many international performing artists. Its structure includes a playhouse, a studio, concert hall, as well as opera and theatres.

Take a Sydney Opera House Tour which presents visitors with the opportunity to discover what makes the Opera House such an iconic landmark. The tour will lead you through each aspect of the building’s history allows you to visit areas behind the scenes that are normally inaccessible to the public. The tour last for around 1 hour and you will be taken around the venue by an experienced guide. The tours are available in both English and Chinese.

The Sydney Opera House tour is suitable for children and is not a strenuous tour. Please note however that there are a number of stairs involved in the regular tour, so for those with a disability, there is a daily 12pm Access Tour.

So come and visit one of the worlds most recognisable landmarks in the world on your next trip to Sydney.

Bennelong Point
Sydney, NSW

Operating Hours
Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm

Closed Christmas Day and Easter Sunday

(02) 9250 7111


Ticket Prices / Admission

Tours Available
Adult: $42
Child: $22
Concession: $32
Family: $105

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