Take a Grand Tour of the Iconic Sydney Opera House

Lauren Powell
by Lauren Powell

It’s one of the most iconic buildings in the world and we’re lucky enough to call it our own—the Sydney Opera House has been Australia’s most famous landmark (rivalling the Harbour Bridge, of course) since it’s completion by the then unknown Danish architect, Jørn Utzon in 1973. We’ve all admired the exterior of this thriving hub of arts, culture, and history a thousand times over, but it’s only on a rare occasion that we are treated to the delights of its breathtaking interior.

If you haven’t set foot inside the architectural masterpiece before, do yourself a true favour and book yourself and your SO a ticket to the ballet, a music gig, a cabaret show, or reserve a table at the famed Bennelong restaurant (take your pick!) and finally tick it off your bucket list. Because let’s be honest, what’s more special than seeing a show on the harbour, a glass of bubbles in hand and sitting inside one of the most iconic buildings in the world? Don't want to wait? Scroll down now to take a tour inside the building which is just as impressive on the inside, if not more so, as it is on the outside.

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