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Paul Dudley | profile | all galleries >> Sydney City Buildings tree view | thumbnails | slideshow | map

Sydney City Buildings

Cities don't attract me particularly, but as cities go, Sydney is O.K. Visitors from overseas, particularly Americans, are happy in Sydney, so it's not just my bias as an almost-local. The risk of being robbed or run over or kidnapped – or of falling into a hole in the pavement or of offending somebody and being arrested, or of stepping in dog-poo – these risks seem less in Sydney than in other cities I have been in or heard about. And the food is good and you can drink the tap water. And Sydney Harbour is something very special. But in my infrequent visits to Sydney CBD, I still feel as much a tourist as a local, and I take photographs accordingly. Here they are:

Better hidden like this Macquarie Street From the Cahill Expressway Corner O'Connell and Hunter
In the Australian Museum Mint Museum Hyde Park Barracks Macquarie Street
 Parliament House  Il Porcellino  Hospital Little Shop  Hyde Park Barracks
 St Marys Cathedral  St Marys Cathedral  Archibald Memorial Fountain  Lands Titles Office
Hyde Park Barracks  Persistence of old myths  Anzac War Memorial  War Memorial Interior
Hyde Park Barracks Lands Building Impatient chess player The former GPO Building
Marttin Place T6114.jpg King Street corner Overshadowed landmark
New, and made new Old houses with a familiar background From Wynyard Park Across Wynyard Park
George Street  Sydney Grosvenor Street Corner Bridge and George Streets Tall Hotel
Henry Moore Bronze Bridge Crossing, northbound André Rieu on stage Government House gate
Government House Government House - west side Macquarie Street Tall tree, tall buildings
Shangrila Hotel Sydney CBD: North end and Opera House Narrow view of Sydney CBD Steps to the Opera House