Even when the famous annual Vivid Festival isn’t on Sydney is pretty good looking at night, with many of it’s historic building beautifully lit up.
The Art Deco Anzac Memorial is a great place to start, looking equally stunning at dusk and night, particularly from across the Pool of Remembrance.
Sydney Town Hall is wonderfully lit, making the most of it’s classical forms.
Central Station has a suitably visible clock tower, even more visible with video projections cast across it.
As night falls Hyde Park is an atmospheric if rather spooky place to wander through. Behind the huge fountain is the Sydney Tower, the second tallest observation tower in the Southern Hemisphere (beaten by Auckland’s Sky Tower).
Macquarie Street is filled with the oldest buildings in Sydney, Hyde Park Barracks, The Mint, Sydney Hospital, and the Parliament of NSW.
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