About Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House stands as an iconic masterpiece of modern architecture, gracing the shores of Sydney Harbor in Australia. Designed by the Danish architect Jørn Utzon, this architectural marvel was officially opened in 1973, becoming a symbol of both Sydney and the nation. Its distinctive sail-like structures, characterized by a series of white shell-shaped roofs, create a stunning silhouette against the backdrop of the harbor. Beyond its visual allure, the Sydney Opera House is a globally renowned performing arts venue, hosting a diverse array of concerts, operas, and theatrical productions.

  • Sydney Opera House Details

    • World famous for it's stunning design and harbour location
    • Standing proudly as a symbol of Sydney and Australia
    • Performers include Pavarotti, the Rolling Stones and Prince

  • Price - Free

    Free to walk around and go inside some parts. Tours are paid, as are tickets to shows.


    Benelong Point, beside Circular Quay

    Address: Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000

Tours that visit Sydney Opera House